Current Issue: Volume 22, 2020, is published!

MANDE STUDIES, Volume 22, 2020

Introduction by the Editor-in-Chief
Rosa de Jorio

General Articles
Les grandes figures féminines de la société moaaga au Burkina Faso
Lydia Rouamba

Building Benkadi: The Role of Trust in Malian Women’s Community Savings Groups
Tara F. Deubel and Micah Boyer

“You can glorify your daughter in her song”: Exploring Musical Narratives of Gassuus Initiates
Elizabeth Rosner

Je suis sañse rëkk, mais auma xaalis (I’m dressed up, but I don’t have money): Pretense, Camouflage, and the Search for a Lifestyle by Young Men in Pikine, Sénégal
Sebastian Prothmann

“The World Began with Farming”: Creativity and Resilience in West African Savanna Agriculture
Stephen Wooten

Le conflit foncier entre les Guébié et les Lobi a Gnagbodougnoa (Gagnoa) en Côte d’Ivoire de 2000 à 2015
Noël Okobé Datro

“Paka constitution:” Le pragmatisme des représentants de l’État burkinabè dans la gestion des conflits locaux
Yacouba Cissao

L’usage politique de l’islam au Mali
Boubacar Haidara

Special Feature on Chérif Keïta
Introduction
Dianna Bell

Chérif Keïta: A Professional Narrative
Dianna Bell

“In the Hunter’s Footsteps: Chérif Keïta – Scholar, Teacher, Griot”
Joseph Hellweg

Honoring the Unflinchingly Positive Chérif Keïta, the Mande World’s Extraordinary Ambassador
William G. Moseley

To Live in a World without Strangers: The Legacy of Professor Cheick Mamadou Chérif Keïta
Bruce Whitehouse

The Hospitality of a Mentor: A Tribute to Chérif Keïta
Ryan T. Skinner

Epilogue: Chérif Keïta in South Africa: A Conversation with Albie Sachs
Dianna Bell

About Mande Studies

Mande Studies (ISSN 1536-5506, E-ISSN 2379-5506) is published annually by Indiana University Press on behalf of its sponsor, the Mande Studies Association.
Our interdisciplinary journal publishes original research that focuses on the Mande-speaking peoples of West Africa and the Mande community in diaspora, from slavery to the post-colony. Mande Studies is one of the very few US publications with contributions in both French and English. It is also the voice and the point of encounter of a multiplicity of scholars from diverse scholarly traditions, as it brings together North American, European, and African scholars. We welcome articles in the social sciences and the humanities including, but not limited to: history, art history, archeology, sociology, and public health.

Editorial Team

Editor-in-Chief
Rosa de Jorio (University of North Florida) rdejorio@unf.edu

Editors
• Stephen Belcher (Independent Scholar) spbelcher4@myfairpoint.net
Joseph Hellweg (Florida State University) jhellweg@fsu.edu
Patrick Royer (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute) patroyer64@gmail.com

Managing Editor
• Meridith Murray, mlmindexing@gmail.com

Editorial Board
• Stephen Belcher
• Alicia Bellagamba
• David Conrad
• Drissa Diakité
• Mamadou Diawara
• Odile Georg
• Alma Gottlieb
• Walter Hawthorne
• Joseph Hellweg
• Barbara Hoffman
• José da Silva Horta
• Lansine Kaba
• Martin Klein
• Christoph Kohl
• Kassim Koné
• Robert Launay
• Peter Mark
• Wilson Trajano Filho

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