Africa and the Africans in the Nineteenth Century: A Turbulent History

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Bibliography

This bibliography is not at all exhaustive. It includes only (but not all) works actually used in the book and rather focuses on recent publications (revised edition, given the fact that the French edition was published in 1999). I assume that the reader is already familiar with older classics and basic manuals; they are not included here unless specifically mentioned in the text. I have organized the bibliography by theme and region in an attempt to follow the structure of the book. The reader may thus have to consult more than one category.


Themes

General Works

Ajayi, A. and M. Crowder. 1985. Historical Atlas of Africa. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Coquery-Vidrovitch. 1988. Africa. Endurance and Change South of the Sahara. Trans. David Maisel. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press. Originally published in French as Afrique noire. Permanences et Ruptures. Paris: Payot, 1985.

Coquery-Vidrovitch, C. and O. Goerg, eds. 1992. L’Afrique occidentale au temps des Français: Colonisateurs et colonisés c. 1860–1960. Paris: La Découverte.

Coquery-Vidrovitch, C. and H. Moniot. 1974. L’Afrique noire de 1800 à nos jours. 5th revised ed. 2005. Paris: PUF.

Delneuf, M., J.M. Essomba and A. Froment, eds. 1999. Sur les traces des Ancêtres. Paléo-Anthropologie en Afrique centrale: un bilan de l’archéologie au Cameroun. Paris: L’Harmattan.

Iliffe, J. 1995. Africans: The History of a Continent. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Mbokolo, E. 1992 and 1995. L’Afrique noire. Histoire et civilisations. 2 vols. Paris: Nathan Aupelf-UREF.

Parker, J. and R. Rathbone. 2007. African History: A Very Short Introduction. London: Oxford University Press.

Shillington, K. 1995. History of Africa. Revised ed. New York: St. Martin’s Press.

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