Publications by Members in 2014

Olayiwola Abegunrin (2014), Africa in the New World Order: Peace and Security Challenges in the Twenty-First Century, Lanham and New York: Lexington Books, 276pp, 978-0-7391-9351-8; £59.95; www.lexingtonbooks.com/ 

Saheed Aderinto (2014), When Sex Threatened the State: Illicit Sexuality, Nationalism, and Politics in Colonial Nigeria, 1900-1958. University of Illinois Press, 264pp, 978-0-2520-08042-5, £19.99.

Afe Adogame (ed) (2014), The Public Face of African New Religious Movements in Diasporas: Imagining the Religious ‘Other’. Ashgate, 300pp, 978-1-4724-2010-7, £70.

Afe Adogame and Andrew Lawrence (2014), Africa in Scotland, Scotland in Africa. Brill, 370pp, 978-90-04-27620-8, £50.

Stanley B. Alpern [translator, Christiane Owusu-Sarpong] (2014), Les Amazones de la Sparte Noire: Les Femmes Guerrières de l’Ancien Royaume du Dahomey. Paris: Éditions L’Harmattan, 340pp, 978-2-343-04802-4, €32.78; E-book: 978–2336362731, €26.99.

An Ansoms and Thea Hilhorst (eds) (2014), Losing Your Land: Dispossession in the Great Lakes. Boydell & Brewer, 220pp, 978-1-84701-105-3, £19.99.

Acacio Barada (ed) (2014), Agostinho Neto, An Unremitting Life: 1922-1979. 222pp, 978-989-97163-3-9, £20; order from Central Books: mo@centralbooks.com

Terry Barringer and Marion Wallace (eds) (2014), African Studies in the Digital Age: DisConnects? Brill, 262pp, 978-90-04-27230-9, £39.

Andrea Behrends, Sung-Joon Park and Richard Rottenburg (2014), Travelling Models in African Conflict Management. Brill, 248pp, 978-90-04-26460-1, £51.

Thomas Bierschenk and Jean-Pierre Oliver de Sardan (2014), States at Work: Dynamics of African Bureaucracies. Brill, 400pp, 978-90-04-26478-6, £53.

Jacky Bouju and Mirjam de Bruijn (eds) (2014), Ordinary Violence and Social Change in Africa.  Brill, 180pp, 978-90-04-27155-5, £38.

Todd Cleveland (2014), Stones of Contention: A History of Africa’s Diamonds. Ohio University Press, 240pp, 978-0-8214-2100-0, £16.

Paul Clough (2014), Morality and Economic Growth in Rural West Africa: Indigenous Accumulation in Hausaland. Berghahn, 468pp, 978-1-78238-270-6, £75.

Peter Cole and Brian McQuinn (eds) (2014), The Libyan Revolution and its Aftermath. Hurst, 320pp, 978-1849043090, £30.

Daniel Conway and Pauline Leonard (2014), Migration, Space and Transnational Identities: The British in South Africa. Palgrave Macmillan, 224pp, hardback, 978-0230346574, £60; E-book, 978-1137319135.

David G. Dickinson (2014), A Different Kind of AIDS: Alternative Explanations of HIV/AIDS in South African Townships. Femela, 408pp, 978-1920196981, £12.95.

Allison Drew (2014), We Are No Longer in France: Communists in Colonial Algeria. Manchester University Press, 336pp, 978-0-7190-9024-0, £75.

Ulf Engel and Manuel João Ramos (2014), African Dynamics in a Multipolar World.  Brill, 220pp, 978090-04-25604-0, £51.

Amanda Hammar (ed) (2014), Displacement Economies in Africa: Paradoxes of Crisis and Creativity. Zed Books, 288pp, 978-1780324883, £21.99; www.zedbooks.co.uk/node/16925

Deborah James (2014), Money from Nothing: Indebtedness and Aspiration in South Africa. Stanford University Press, 296pp, 978-0-8047-9267-7, £16.99.

Elizabeth Mamukwa, Ronnie Lessem, Alexander Schieffer (eds) (2014), Integral Green Zimbabwe: An African Phoenix Rising. Gower, 306pp, 978-1-4724-3819-5, £58.50; http://www.gowerpublishing.com/isbn/9781472438195.

Giles Mohan, Ben Lampert, Daphine Chang and May Tan-Mullins (2014), Chinese Migrants and Africa’s Development: New Imperialists or Agents of Change? Zed Books, 192pp, 978-1780329161, £19.99.

F. Fiona Moolla (2014), Reading Nuruddin Farah: The Individual, The Novel and the Idea of Home.  James Currey, 216pp, 978-1-84701-091-9, £45.

Tanja R. Müller (2014), Legacies of Socialist Solidarity – East Germany in Mozambique. Lexington Books, 222pp, 978-0-7391-7942-0, £51.95; rowman.com/ISBN/9780739179437

Abdul Raufu Mustapha (ed) (2014), Sects and Social Disorder: Muslim Identities and Conflict in Northern Nigeria. James Currey, 256pp, 978-1-84701-107-7, £50.

Knut G. Nustad (2014), Creating Africas: Struggles Over Nature, Conservation and Land. Hurst, 224pp, 978-1849042581, £25.

Ebenezer Obadare and Wendy Willems (2014), Civic Agency in Africa: Arts of Resistance in the 21st Century. James Currey, 256pp, 9781847010865, £45.

Barnaby Phillips (2014) Another Man’s War – The Story of a Burma Boy in Britain’s Forgotten African Army. OneWorld Publications, 336p, 978-1780745220, £20.

David W. Phillipson (2014), Foundations of an African Civilisation: Aksum and the Northern Horn, 1000 BC – AD 1300. James Currey, 304pp, 978-1-84701-088-9, £16.99.

Gérard Prunier and Éloi Ficquet (eds) (2014), Understanding Contemporary Ethiopia: Monarchy, Revolution and Legacy of Meles Zenawi. Hurst, 224pp, 978-1849042581, £19.99.

Ato Quayson (2014), Oxford Street, Accra. Duke University Press, 344pp, 978-0-8223-5747-6, £15.99.

David Richardson and Filipa Ribeiro da Silva (ed) (2014), Networks and Trans-Cultural Exchange: Slave Trading in the South Atlantic, 1590-1867.  Brill, 284pp, 978-90-04-28057-1, £79.

Hugh Roberts (2014), Commanding Disorder: Military Power and Informal Politics in Algeria. IB Tauris, 336pp, 97801860647178, £29.50.

Andrew Sardanis (2014), Zambia: Fifty Years of Nationhood. IB Tauris, 336pp; hardback: 978-1780768212, £35; paperback: 978-1780768229, £12

Jeggan C. Senghor (2014), The Very Reverend J. C. Faye: His Life and Times, A Biography, Author House Publishers, 388pp, 978-1-4918-6954-3, £12.

Ian Taylor (2014), Africa Rising? BRICS – Diversifying Dependency. Oxford: James Currey, 194pp, 978-1847010964, £19.99.

Rijk Van Dijk, Hansjörg Dilger, Marian Burchardt and Thera Rasing (eds) (2014), Religion and AIDS Treatment in Africa. Ashgate, 320pp, 978-1-4094-5669-8, £70.

Maaike Voorhoeve  (2014), Gender and Divorce Law in North Africa: Sharia, Custom and the Personal Status Code in Tunisia. I.B. Tauris, 320pp, 978-1780765297, £65.

Kaye Whiteman (2014), An African Journey: Essays, 2011-2014. Business Council for Africa; £10; order through: info@bcafrica.co.uk