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Periodical issueCinnamon, John M. (ed.) (2013)
See this publicationMissionaries, enslavement and antislavery
Abstract presentSocial Sciences and Missions = Sciences sociales et missions. Volume 26 #1. 122p.

Periodical articleCinnamon, John M. (2012)
See this publicationSpirits, power and the political imagination in late-colonial Gabon
Abstract presentAfrica: Journal of the International African Institute. Volume 82 #2. p. 187-211.

Periodical articleCinnamon, John M. (2011)
See this publicationFieldwork, orality, text: ethnographic and historical fields of knowledge in colonial and postcolonial Gabon
Abstract presentHistory in Africa. Volume 38. p. 47-77.

Periodical articleCinnamon, John M. (2006)
See this publicationRobert Hamill Nassau. Missionary Ethnography and the Colonial Encounter in Gabon
Abstract presentLe Fait Missionnaire: Social Sciences and Missions. #19. December. p. 37-64.

Periodical articleCinnamon, John M. (2006)
See this publicationMissionary Expertise, Social Science, and the Use of Ethnographic Knowledge in Colonial Gabon
Abstract presentHistory in Africa. Volume 33. p. 413-432.

Conference paperCinnamon, John M. (2005)
Multiple Itineraries of Mademoiselle: Spiritual Geography, Healing, and Power in Northern Gabon
Paper presented at the 104th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association (AAA), November 30-December 4 2005, Washington, D.C. Arlington, Virginia.

Periodical articleCinnamon, John M. (2003)
Narrating Equatorial African Landscapes: Conservation, Histories, and Endangered Forests in Northern Gabon
Journal of Colonialism and Colonial History. Volume 4 #2. Fall.

Periodical articleCinnamon, John M. (2002)
Ambivalent Power: Anti-Sorcery and Occult Subjugation in Late Colonial Gabon
Journal of Colonialism and Colonial History. Volume 3 #3. Winter.

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