Publications by members in 2013

The Power to Name : A History of Anonymity in Colonial West Africa by Stephanie Newell
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Leonardo R. Arriola (2013), Multiethnic Coalitions in Africa: Business Financing of Opposition Election Campaigns. Cambridge University Press, 304pp, 978-01-10760-543-5, £19.99.

William Beinart, Karen Middleton and Simon Pooley (eds) (2013), Wild Things: Nature and the Social Imagination. White Horse Press, 250pp. ISBN 978-1-874267-72-0, £65.

Duncan Clarke (2013), Africa’s Future: Darkness to Destiny: How the Past is Shaping Africa’s Economic Evolution. Profile Books, 328pp, 978-1846685705, £14.99.

Brenda Cooper (2013), A New Generation of African Writers: Migration, Material Culture and Language. James Currey, 192pp, 978-1847010766, £17.99.

Michael Deibert (2013), The Democratic Republic of Congo: Between Hope and Despair. Zed Books, 176pp, 978-1780323459, £12.99.

James Fergusson (2013), The World’s Most Dangerous Place: Inside the Outlaw State of Somalia. Bantam Press, 432pp, 978-0593068359, £20.

Ellen Grünkemeier (2013), Breaking the Silence: South African Representations of HIV/AIDS. James Currey, 251pp, 978-1847010704, £50.

Stig Jarle Hansen (2013), Al-Shabaab in Somalia: The History and Ideology of a Militant Islamist Group, 2005-2012. C. Hurst, 208pp, 978-1849042505, £25.

Paula Heinonen (2013), Youth Gangs and Street Children: Culture, Nature and Masculinity in Ethiopia. Berghahn Books, 180pp, 978-1782381327, £15.50.