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Gufu Oba, Norwegian University of Life Sciences
In Nomads in the Shadows of Empires, Gufu Oba offers accounts of the outcomes of imperial state contests over trans-frontier treaty, nomads grazing and watering movements, banditry, ethnic conflicts and wars that created lasting legacies along the southern Ethiopian-northern Kenyan frontier.
Robert Ross, Leiden University, Marja Hinfelaar, Southern African Institute for Policy and Research, Zambia and Iva Peša, Leiden University
In The Objects of Life in Central Africa the history of consumption and social change from 1840 until 1980 is explored. By looking at the socio-economic, political and cultural meaning and impact of goods the contributions reassess Central African history
John A. Chesworth, University of Birmingham, and Franz Kogelmann, Bayreuth University
Sharīʿa in Africa Today. Reactions and Responses explores how Islamic law has influenced relations between Muslims and Christians, through a series of case studies by young African scholars working in four African countries: in Sudan where total Sharīʿa was applied until recently; in Nigeria ...
Lucy Koechlin, University of Basel
Corruption as an Empty Signifier critically explores the ways in which corruption in Africa has been equated with African politics and political order, and offers a novel approach to understanding corruption as a potentially emancipatory discourse of political transformation.
Edited by Andreas Mehler, Henning Melber and Klaas van Walraven. Sub-editor: Rolf Hofmeier
The Africa Yearbook is a reliable source of reference covering major domestic political developments, the foreign policy and socio-economic trends of all sub-Saharan states – all related to developments in one calendar year.
edited by Alessandro Triulzi, Università di Napoli-L’Orientale and Robert McKenzie, School of Oriental and African Studies, London
What does it mean to cross half a continent without documents or rights? The self-told story of African migration.
R.M. Dilley, University of St. Andrews
Nearly Native, Barely Civilized by Roy Dilley offers an in-depth, intimate and rounded biography of Henri Gaden (1867-1939), an exceptional colonial soldier, ethnographer and linguist, lover, father, administrator and Governor, who lived for 45 years in French West Africa.
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