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The African Studies series, founded in 1968, is a prestigious series of monographs, general surveys, and textbooks on Africa covering history, political science, anthropology, economics, and ecological and environmental issues. The series seeks to publish work by senior scholars as well as the best new research.

  • Editorial Boards: David Anderson, University of Oxford, Carolyn Brown, Rutgers University, New Jersey, Christopher Clapham, University of Cambridge, Michael Gomez, New York University, Richard L. Roberts, Stanford University, California, David Robinson, Michigan State University, Leonardo A. Villalón, University of Florida