Southern Africa


General

3713 Derman, B. Ferguson, A., Value of water: political ecology and water reform in Southern Africa. Human organization 62 3 2003 277-288

3714 Mcgregor, J., The Victoria Falls 1900-1940: landscape, tourism and the geographical imagination. Journal of Southern African studies 29 3 2003 716-737

3715 Nieman, M., Migration and the lived spaces of Southern Africa. Alternatives 28 1 2003 115-140

Agriculture

No entry See also 3814

Anthropology

See also 3843

3716 Becker, H., The Least sexist society? Perspectives on gender, change and violence among Southern African San. Journal of Southern African studies 29 1 2003 5-23

3717 Bhebe, N., Oral tradition in Southern Africa. Windhoek Gamsberg Macmilla 2002 306 pp.

3718 Bregin, E., Miscast: bushmen in the twentieth century. Current writing 13 1 2001 87-107

3719 Dening, G., The Comaroffs out of Africa: a reflection out of Oceania. American historical review 108 2 2003 471-478

3720 Guenther, M., Ethno-tourism and the Bushmen. Senri ethnological studies 60 2002 47-64

3721 Hitchcock, R.K., 'Hunting is our heritage': the struggle for hunting and gathering rights among the San of Southern Africa. Senti ethnological studies 59 2001 139-156

3722 Le Roux, M., Lemba: a lost tribe of Israel in Southern Africa. Pretoria Unisa Press 2003 328 pp.

3723 Lewis-Williams, J.D., Putting the record straight: rock art and Shamanism. Antiquity 77 (295) 2003 165-176

3724 Merry, S.E., Hegemony and culture in historical anthropology: a review essay on Jean and John L. Comaroff Of Revelation and Revolution. American historical review 108 2 2003 460-470

3725 Parkington, J., Eland and therianthropes in Southern African rock art: when is a person an animal? African archaeological review 20 3 2003 135-147

3726 Volz, S., European missionaries and Tswana identity in the 19th century. Pula 17 1 2003 3-19

Archives

3727 Ngulube, P., Future of the past: access to public archives in southern Africa and challenges to historical research. Historia 47 2 2003 563-582

Bibliography

3728 Ranko, L., Gender and urban housing in Southern Africa: bibliography and information sources. Roma Institute of Southern African studies 2003 240 pp.

Biography

3729 Abrahams, Y., Colonialism, dysfunction and disjunture: Sarah Baartmann's resistance (remix). Agenda 58 2003 12-26

Botany

3730 Arnold, T.H. and others, Medicinal and magical plants of Southern Africa: an annotated checklist. Pretoria National Botanical Institute 2002 203 pp.

3731 Burke, A. and others, Species richness and floristic relationship between mesas and their surroundings in Southern African Nama Karoo. Diversity and distributions 9 1 2003 43-53

3732 Palgrave, K.C. Palgrave, M.C., Trees of Southern Africa. Cape Town Struik 3rd edn, 2002 1212 pp.

3733 Pooley, E., Southern African mountain flowers: a field guide to the flora of the Drakensburg and Lesotho. Durban Natal Flora Publications Trust 2003 288 pp.

Current Affairs

3734 Abrahamsson, H., Understanding world order and structural change: poverty, conflict and the global arena. Basingstoke Palgrave 2003 256 pp.

3735 Bernstein, H., Land reform in Southern Africa in world-historical perspective. Review of African political economy 30 96 2003 203-226

3736 Melber, H. (ed.), Special issue: Limits to liberation in Southern Africa. Journal of contemporary African studies 21 2 2003

3737 Nevin, T., The Great ivory debate. African business 285 2003 38-39

3738 Ngoma, N., SADC: towards a security community? African security review 12 3 2003 17-28

Economics

3739 Ashton, P., The Search for an equitable basis for water-sharing in the Okavango River basin, in Nakayama, M. …

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