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Table of Contents
|Pondoland and the Eastern Cape:|
|Family, friends, and mentors: Monica Hunter at Lovedale and Cambridge, 1908-30|
|The 'intimate politics' of fieldwork: Monica Hunter and her African assistants, Pondoland and the Eastern Cape, 1931-2|
|City dreams, country magic: re-reading Monica Wilson's East London fieldnotes|
|Pondo pins and Nyakyusa hammers: Monica and Godfrey in Bunyakyusa|
|Working with the Wilsons: the brief career of a 'Nyakyusa clerk', Leonard Mwaisumo (1910-38)|
|Fort Hare and the University of Cape Town:|
|'Your intellectual son': Monica Wilson and her students at Fort Hare, 1944-6|
|Witchcraft and the academy: Livingstone Mqotsi, Monica Wilson, and the Middledrift healers, 1945-57|
|'Speaking from inside': Archie Mafeje, Monica Wilson, and the co-production of Langa: A study of social groups in an African township Andrew Bank with|
|'Part of one whole': anthropology and history in the work of Monica|
|Gleanings and leavings: encounters in hindsight|
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