13.1 - Archaeology Out of Africa

Spring 1994
Theme Editors: Rachel MacLean and Timothy Insoll


John Alexander

Power and the State in the Middle Nile. An example for the study of state development in Sudanic Africa
David Edwards

Imported or Indigenous: a recurring debate in West Africa’s Prehistory
P. Allsworth-Jones

The External Creation of the Western Sahel’s Past: Use and Abuse of the Arabic Sources
Timothy Insoll

The Emergence of Social Formations and Inequality in the Great Lakes Region
Andrew Reid and David L. Schoenbrum

Recognising the Social Dimension in the Early Iron Age of East Africa
R. MacLean

Kings, Cattleand Social Change in Southern Madagascar
Mike Parker Pearson

Basarwa and Bamangwato Interaction in Botswana: Implications for the Transition to Agriculture in European Prehistory
Kathryn Jane Fewster

Review Articles

Desperately Seeking Gender
Review of Gay Robbins Women in Ancient Egypt
Lynn Meskell

Chiefdom, State or Checklist?
Review of David O’Connor Ancient Nubia: Egypt’s Rival in Africa
Dorian Q. Fuller

Book Reviews

Foundations of Civilisations in Africa
Edited by B.W. Andah and A.I. Okpoko
Reviewed by Alinah K. Segobye

Some Nigerian Peoples
Edited by B.W. Andah and A.I. Okpoko
Reviewed by Alinah K. Segobye

The Representation of the Past: Museums and Heritage in the Post-Modern World
By Kevin Walsh
Reviewed by John Carman

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