Africa

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Africa


Barringer, T. A., Africa


General

1 Afrika zwischen Agonie und Aufbruch,
  Munchen Bayerische
  Landescentrale fur politische
  Bildungsarbeit 1998, 190 pp
2 Aas, N., Auseinandersetzung mit
  zeitgenossischer afrikanischer Kunst
  jenseits von romantischen
  Illusionen, Internationales
  Afrikaforum, 34, 3 1998 255-261
3 Acheampong, A., The Africa
  Centre in London, Courier, 171,
  1998 76-77
4 Achebe, C. Lyons, R.
  [photographer] Another Africa,
  London Lund Humphries 1998,
  122 pp
5 Adeleke, T., Black Americans and
  Africa: a critique of the Pan-African
  and identity paradigms,
  International journal of African
  historical studies, 31, 3 1998
  505-536
6 Alessandrini, A.C (ed), Frantz
  Fanon: critical perspectives, London
  Routledge 1998, 303 pp
7 Arinze, E.N., African museums:
  the challenge of change, Museum
  international, 50, 1 1998 31-37
8 Bayart, J-F. and others,
  L'Afrique et la fin de l'ere
  <>, Esprit, 243, 1998
  61-80
9 Bernardi, B., Africa: tradizione e
  modernita, Roma Carocci 1998,
  249 pp
10 Chinchen, D., Valentine's day
  comes to Africa: clashes between
  modern and traditional ways of life
  are occurring all across Africa
  today, Evangelical missions quarterly,
  34, 2 1998 198-204
11 Copans, J., Six personnages en
  quete d'un africanisme, Politique
  africaine, 69, 1998 89-108
12 Daloz, J-P., Misere(s) de
  l'africanisme, Politique africaine, 70,
  1998 105-117
13 de Villiers, G., Les Etudes
  africaines en Belgique: evolution et
  perspectives, Bulletin des seances de
  l'Academie royale des sciences
  d'outremer, 44, 3 1998 329-349
14 Diawara, M., In Search of Africa,
  Cambridge, Mass. Harvard
  University Press. 1998, 288 pp
15 Diouf, M., La Societe civile en
  Afrique: histoire et actualite, Quest,
  12, 1 1998 179-202
16 Diouf, M., Africa's desire to be
  different, and transcultural values,
  Courier, 171, 1998 44-47
17 Ekeh, P.P., Colonialism and the
  two publics in Africa: a theoretical
  statement, in Lewis, P. (ed), Africa:
  dilemmas of development and change,
  pp. 87-109 (item 29)
18 Ela, J-M., Innovations sociales et
  renaissance de l'Afrique noire, Paris
  L'Harmattan 1998, 425 pp
19 Garrett, G., African popular
  culture and the western scholar,
  Journal of popular culture, 32, 2 1998
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20 Geary, C.M., Different visions?
  Postcards from Africa by European
  and African photographers and
  sponsors, in Geary, C.M. and
  Webb, V-L. (eds), Delivering views:
  distant cultures in early postcards,
  Washington: Smithsonian
  Institution Press, 1998, pp.
  147-177,
21 Harding, L., Tradition,
  traditionelle Institutionen und
  traditionelle Autoritaten in Afrika,
  Afrika Spectrum, 33, 1 1998 5-17
22 Hilliard, C.B. (ed), Intellectual
  traditions of Pre-colonial Africa,
  Boston McGraw-Hill 1998,
  463 pp
23 Howe, S., Afrocentrism: mythical
  pasts and imagined homes, London
  Verso 1998, 337 pp
24 Jaygbay, J., Self-censorship in
  African scholarship and scholarly
  publishing, Journal of scholarly
  publishing, 29, 2 1998 112-117
25 Kabe, M., Quelques reflexions sur
  les etudes historiques de l'Afrique
  Noire, Studia, 54/55, 1996 11-19
26 Kakole, O.H. (ed), The Global
  African: a portrait of Ali A. Mazrui,
  Trenton Africa World Press 1998
27 Kanneh, K., African identities: race
  nation and culture in ethnography,
  pan-Africanism and Black literatures,
  London and New York Routledge
  1998
28 Kanneh, K., History, `Africa' and
  modernity, Interventions, 1, 1 1998
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29 Lewis, P. (ed), Africa: dilemmas of
  development and change, Boulder
  Westview Press 1998, 456 pp
30 Maier, K., Into the house of the
  ancestor: inside the new South Africa,
  Chichester Wiley 1998, 278 pp
31 Mane, I., La Mondialisation et ses
  enjeux pour l'Afrique, Democraties
  africaines, 4, 13 1998 17-49
32 Marah, J.K., African people in the
  global village: an introduction to Pan
  African studies, Lanham University
  Press of America 1998, 309 pp
33 Munker, H-H. … 

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