Vol. 6 Nbr. 5, October - October 2013
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- Dancing through time and space: African dance and the Gewel Tradition of Senegal at Suffolk University.
- Contending issues of intellectual property rights protection and indigenous knowledge of pharmacology in Africa South of the Sahara.
- Dr. Floyd W. Banks: from social activism to reflections in retirement.
- Beyond the language debate in postcolonial literature: linguistic hybridity in Kojo B. Laing's. Woman of the Aeroplanes.
- The sentence(d) story-teller: forged and legitimated constructions in Nkosi's Mating Birds and Pepetela's Mayombe.
- Media reporting of the "Sandy Hook Elementary School angels".
- Sam Ukala: African tradition in his plays.
- The proverb: a preserver of Shona traditional religion and ethical code.
- An embodied culture of optimism and struggle: the Sungura Music of Tongai Moyo.
- Hilarity and the Nigerian condition.
- Only a Unified Africa can give us our fullest power: a commentary by and interview with Mafa Kwanisai Mafa.