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Æquatoria was an important journal in the Belgian colonial context, if only for its link with everyday life in the colony, its viewpoints in relation to colonial practice and the rights of the African populations. It was published in Coquilhatville (now, Mbandaka), the Belgian Congo, from 1937 to 1962.
The journal Æquatoria was launched by the founders of the Centre Æquatoria in 1980, under the new name Annales Æquatoria and ceased publication with the 30th (2009) issue. Annales Æquatoria appeared once a year (around 600 pages per volume), with articles in French and English. A gap of 18 years separates the Annales Æquatoria from its predecessor. But the mission remained the same. Annales Æquatoria encouraged research on the Central African languages, literatures, cultures, and history in general, and on the Mongo people in particular.
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