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Jack Davies. ‘George Harold Williams: An appreciation’. p. 3.

Chris Milner. ‘South Sudanese theatre in 2015’. pp. 4-17.

Chris Vaughan. ‘Colonial governance in Darfur during the Anglo-Egyptian Condominium: Violence and accommodation’. pp. 18-28.

Ricardo Preve. ‘The story of the Macellé’. pp. 29-43.

Ashraf Khalifa. Report on the symposium panel, ‘Youth radicalisation among Sudanese’. pp. 44-47.

Philip Winter. ‘The collapse of governance in South Sudan – Some comments on Gérard Prunier’s ‘hukum’ explanation’. pp. 48-53.

Derek A. Welsby. ‘The Sudan Archaeological Research Society’. pp. 54-66.

Peter Verney. ‘Darfuri singer Surooq Abu el-Nas sings at the 2016 Holocaust Memorial Day commemoration’. pp. 67-69.

Nicki Kindersley. Gender, home and identity: The Nuer repatriation to South Sudan. Review of a book by Katarzyna Grabska. pp. 70-72.

Jack Davies. ‘Disrupting territories: Land, commodification and conflict in Sudan’. Review of a book edited by J. Gertel, R. Rottenburg, and S. Calkins. pp.73-75.

Peter Woodward. ‘The paradox of two Sudans: The CPA and the road to partition’. Review of a book by Mansour Khalid. pp. 76-78

Rashid Sid Ahmed Elsheikh.Sudanese proverbs: Translated, transliterated, explained’. Review of a book by Muna Zaki and Edmund Wyatt. pp. 79-80.

Fergus Nicoll. ‘The last of the great proconsuls: Sir William Luce and the British empire in the Middle East’. Review of a book by M. W. Daly. pp. 81-83.