East Africa


General

1661 Askew, K.M., As Plato duly warned: music, politics and social change in coastal East Africa. Anthropological quarterly 76 4 2003 609-637

1662 Job, H. Metsler, D., Tourismuseumwicklung und Tourismuspolitik in Ostafrika. Geographische Rundschau 55 7/8 2003 10-17

1663 Laberronde, L., 2001, chemins de mer saouahil: les boutres entre tradition et mouvement, reve et realite. Afrique orientale 2001 407-448

1664 Shaw, T.M., Human development, security and the prospects for African governance in the twenty-first century: lessons from/for Uganda and the Great Lakes region, in Morrison, B., Transnational democracy in critical and comparative perspective: democracy's range reconsidered, Aldershot: Ashgate, 2003, pp. 107-118.

Anthropology

1665 Basu, H., Afro-indische Besessenheitskulte im interkulturellen Vergleich (sidigoma in Indien, zar in Ostafrika, candomble in Brasilien). Zeitschrift fur Ethnologie 127 1 2002 41-55

1666 Ceyssens, P.K., Le roi Kanyok au milieu de quatre coins. Fribourg Editions Universitaires 2003 559 pp.

1667 Cronk, L., Public and hidden transcripts in the East African highlands: a comment on Smith (1998). Journal of anthropological archaeology 20 1 2001 113-121

1668 Fratkin, E. Mearns, R., Sustainability and pastoral livelihoods: lessons for East African Maasai and Mongolia. Human organization 62 2 2003 112-122

1669 Jackson, D., Twa women, Twa rights in the Great Lakes Region of Africa. London Minority Rights Group 2003 40 pp.

1670 Spencer, P., Time, space and the unknown Maasai: configurations of power and providence. London, New York Routledge 2003 304 pp.

1671 Wolf, J.J.de, Talking sheep, dancing calabashes, devouring gourds: natural symbols of the 'uncanny' in East African folktales. Afrika und Ubersee 84 2 2003 257-276

Arts

1672 Mann, R., The History of beads in East Africa. Kenya past and present 31 2000 36-47

Bibliography

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Biography

1673 Hussein, S.A., Ali A. Mazrui. Journal of Muslim minority affairs 23 1 2003 127-145

Botany

1674 Dharani, N., Field guide to the common trees and shrubs of East Africa. Cape Town Struik 2002 320 pp.

Current Affairs

1675 Ferguson, A., The Attack against the US embassies in Kenya and Tanzania. New York Rosen Publishing Group 2003 64 pp.

1676 Huchon, J., Le Massacre du 12 mars 2001: pour une nouvelle perception des conflits Pokot/ Marakwet. Afrique orientale 2002 305-324

1677 Montclos, M.A.P. de, Les Deplacements forces de populations en Afrique de l' Est (Kenya, Tanzanie, Ouganda). Afrique orientale 2000 191-235

1678 Muli-Grignon, K., Disintegration and integration: will the institutions of the East Africa Community help it achieve its objectives? Afrique orientale 2002 153-222

1679 Mvungi, S.E.A., The Draft Treaty for the establishment of the East African Community: a critical review. Dares Salaam Dares Salaam University Press 2002 117 pp.

1680 Okuku, J.A., Civil Society and the democratisation processes in Kenya and Uganda: a comparative analysis of the contribution of the church and NGOs. African journal of political science 7 2 2002 81-97

1681 Shinn, D.H., Terrorism, in East Africa and the Horn: an overview. Journal of conflict studies 23 2 2003 79-81

Demography

1682 Heuveline, P., HIV and population dynamics: a general model and maximum likelihood standards for East Africa. Demography 40 2 2003 217-245

1683 Vavrus, F. Larson, U. Girls' education and fertility transitions: an analysis of recent trends in Tanzania and Uganda. Economic development and cultural change 51 4 2003 945-975

Economics

1684 Cooper, S. Asay, C., East African Monetary Union: the domestic politics of institutional survival and dissolution. Perspectives on global development and technology 2 2 2003 131-160

1685 Kristiansen, S. …

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