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MISR Working Paper No 30: Yemeni Diaspora, Law and Colonial Social Order in 1930 Djibouti.

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NOTE TO CONTRIBUTORS

The MISR Review welcomes two types of contributions:

first, submissions from doctoral students from within the African continent, based on primary research and an original theoretical engagement;

second, think pieces from scholars around the world, inviting and initiating a critical discussion on the literature focused on a particular theme.

Submissions should be original contributions and not under consideration by any other publication.

Contributions should be limited to 10,000 words, but not exceeding 15,000.

MISR Working Paper No. 23: Beyond Nuremberg: The Historical Significance of the Post-Apartheid Transition in South Africa.

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