Publications by members in 2012

Charles Ackah and Ernest Aryeetey (eds) (2012), Globalization, Trade and Poverty in Ghana. Sub‐Saharan Publishers, 258pp, 978‐9988647360, £22.95.

Saheed Aderinto and Paul Osifodunrin (eds) (2012), The Third Wave of Historical Scholarship on Nigeria: Essays in Honor of Ayodeji Olukoju. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 430 pages, 978-1443839945, £54.99.

Martin Banham, James Gibbs and Femi Osofisan (eds) (2012), African Theatre: Festivals. James Currey, 172pp, 978‐1847010575, £18.99.

Francesca Biancani (2012), ‘“Let Down the Curtains Around Us”: Sex Work in Colonial Cairo 1882-1952’, Ph.D thesis, LSE, University of London. Supervisor: Dr John Chalcraft; http://etheses.lse.ac.uk/486/

Johanna Boersch-Supan (2012), ‘Peace as Societal Transformation: Intergenerational Power-Struggles and the Role of Youth in Post-Conflict Sierra Leone’, D.Phil. thesis, University of Oxford. Supervisor: Dr Ricardo Soares de Oliveira.

Imogen Bellwood-Howard (2012), ‘Soil Fertility Management and Intermediate Transport in Northern Ghana’, Ph.D thesis, King’s College London. Supervisor: Dr Deborah Potts.

Götz Bechtolsheimer (2012), ‘Breakfast with Mobutu: Congo, the United States and the Cold War, 1964-1981’, Ph.D thesis, LSE, University of London; http://etheses.lse.ac.uk/403/

Chloe Campbell (2012), Race and Empire: Eugenics in Colonial Kenya. Manchester University Press, 224 pages, 978-0719071614, £14.99.

Maddalena Campioni and Patrick Noack (eds) (2012), Rwanda Fast Forward: Social, Economic, Military and Reconciliation Prospects. Palgrave Macmillan, 296pp, hardback: 978‐0230360488, £57.50; £36.24 (Kindle).

Andy Catley, Jeremy Lind and Ian Scoones (eds) (2012) Pastoralism and Development in Africa: Dynamic Change at the Margins? Routledge, 320 pages; hardback: 978-0415540711, £85; paperback: 978-0415540728, £24.95.

Peter Clegg and David Killingray (eds) (2012) The Non‐Independent Territories of the Caribbean and Pacific: Continuity and Change. Institute of Commonwealth
Studies, University of London, 228pp, 978‐0956954602, £25.

Daniel Conway (2012), Masculinities, Militarisation and the End Conscription Campaign: War Resistance in Apartheid South Africa. Manchester University Press and University of the Witwatersrand Press, 176 pages, 978-0-7190-8320-4, £65.

Patricia Crisafulli and Andrea Redmond (2012), Rwanda Inc.: How a Devastated Nation Became an Economic Model for the Developing World. Palgrave, 256pp, 978‐ 0230340220, £16.99.

Linnéa Gelot (2012), Legitimacy, Peace Operations and Global–Regional Security: The African Union–United Nations Partnership in Darfur. Routledge, 186 pages, 978-0-415-52653-1, £80.

Giuma Gamaty (2012), ‘Management of the Brain Drain and its Relationship with Democratisation and Human Development in Libya’, Ph.D thesis, University of Westminster. Supervisors: Dr Abdelwahab El-Affendi and Professor Simon Joss; http://westminsterresearch.wmin.ac.uk/12193/

J. N. C. Hill (2012), Nigeria Since Independence: Forever Fragile? Palgrave MacMillan, 173pp, 978-023029-852-1, £55.

Hiroyuki Hino, John Lonsdale, Gustav Ranis and Frances Stewart (eds) (2012), Ethnic Diversity and Economic Instability in Africa: Interdisciplinary Perspectives. Cambridge University Press, 360 pages, 9781107025998, £60.

Afua Twum-Danso Imoh, and Robert Ame (eds) (2012), Childhoods at
the Intersection of the Local and Global
. Palgrave. 208 pages, 978-0230342323, £55.

Miles Larmer, Peter Dwyer and Leo Zeilig (2012), African Struggles Today: Social Movements Since Independence. Haymarket Books, 260 pages, 978-1608461202, £12.99.

John McCracken (2012), A History of Malawi, 1855-1966. James Currey, 503 pages, 978-1847010506, £60.

Fraser G. McNeill (2012), AIDS, Politics, and Music in South Africa. Cambridge University Press, 306 pages, 978-1107009912, £55.

Olatunji Ojo and Nadine Hunt (2012), Slavery in Africa and the Caribbean: A History of Enslavement and Identity since the 18th Century. I. B. Tauris, 320 pages, 978-1780761152, £59.50.

David Phillipson (2012), Foundations of an African Civilisation: Aksum and the Northern Horn, 1000 BC-AD 1300. James Currey, 304 pages, 978-1847010414, £40.

Richard Reid (2012), Warfare in African History. Cambridge University Press, 212 pages, 978-0521123976, £17.99.

Chris Saunders, Gwinyayi A. Dzinesa and Dawn Nagar (eds) (2012), Region-building in Southern Africa: Progress, Problems and Prospects. Zed Books, 368 pages, 978-1780321783, £21.99.

Jason Stearns (2012), Dancing in the Glory of Monsters: The Collapse of the Congo and the Great War of Africa. Public Affairs, 417 pages, 978-1-61039-107-8, £16.99.

Randolph Vigne (2012), Thomas Pringle: South African Pioneer, Poet and Abolitionist. James Currey, 288 pages, 978-1847010520, £45.

Richard Vokes (ed) (2012) Photography in Africa: Ethnographic Perspectives. James Currey, 978-1847010452, £40.

Saheed Aderinto and Paul Osifodunrin (eds) (2012), The Third Wave of Historical Scholarship on Nigeria: Essays in Honor of Ayodeji Olukoju. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 430 pages, 978-1443839945, £54.99.

Chloe Campbell (2012), Race and Empire: Eugenics in Colonial Kenya. Manchester University Press, 224 pages, 978-0719071614, £14.99.

Andy Catley, Jeremy Lind and Ian Scoones (eds) (2012) Pastoralism and Development in Africa: Dynamic Change at the Margins? Routledge, 320 pages; hardback: 978-0415540711, £85; paperback: 978-0415540728, £24.95.

Daniel Conway (2012), Masculinities, Militarisation and the End Conscription Campaign: War Resistance in Apartheid South Africa. Manchester University Press and University of the Witwatersrand Press, 176 pages, 978-0-7190-8320-4, £65.

Linnéa Gelot (2012), Legitimacy, Peace Operations and Global–Regional Security: The African Union–United Nations Partnership in Darfur. Routledge, 186 pages, 978-0-415-52653-1, £80.

Hiroyuki Hino, John Lonsdale, Gustav Ranis and Frances Stewart (eds) (2012), Ethnic Diversity and Economic Instability in Africa: Interdisciplinary Perspectives. Cambridge University Press, 360 pages, 9781107025998, £60.

Afua Twum-Danso Imoh, and Robert Ame (eds) (2012), Childhoods at
the Intersection of the Local and Global
. Palgrave. 208 pages, 978-0230342323, £55.

Miles Larmer, Peter Dwyer and Leo Zeilig (2012), African Struggles Today: Social Movements Since Independence. Haymarket Books, 260 pages, 978-1608461202, £12.99.

John McCracken (2012), A History of Malawi, 1855-1966. James Currey, 503 pages, 978-1847010506, £60.

Fraser G. McNeill (2012), AIDS, Politics, and Music in South Africa. Cambridge University Press, 306 pages, 978-1107009912, £55.

Olatunji Ojo and Nadine Hunt (2012), Slavery in Africa and the Caribbean: A History of Enslavement and Identity since the 18th Century. I. B. Tauris, 320 pages, 978-1780761152, £59.50.

David Phillipson (2012), Foundations of an African Civilisation: Aksum and the Northern Horn, 1000 BC-AD 1300. James Currey, 304 pages, 978-1847010414, £40.

Richard Reid (2012), Warfare in African History. Cambridge University Press, 212 pages, 978-0521123976, £17.99.

Chris Saunders, Gwinyayi A. Dzinesa and Dawn Nagar (eds) (2012), Region-building in Southern Africa: Progress, Problems and Prospects. Zed Books, 368 pages, 978-1780321783, £21.99.

Jason Stearns (2012), Dancing in the Glory of Monsters: The Collapse of the Congo and the Great War of Africa. Public Affairs, 417 pages, 978-1-61039-107-8, £16.99.

Randolph Vigne (2012), Thomas Pringle: South African Pioneer, Poet and Abolitionist. James Currey, 288 pages, 978-1847010520, £45.

Richard Vokes (ed) (2012) Photography in Africa: Ethnographic Perspectives. James Currey, 978-1847010452, £40.