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The Nordic Africa Institute

Books on Africa

Detail from a Zimbabwean fabric,


The Nordic Africa Institute Art Collection, Uppsala

Catalogue 2006/2007
Nordiska afrikainstitutet • the nordic africa institute

A research, documentation and information centre

Nordiska Afrikainstitutet (The Nordic Africa Institute) in Uppsala, founded


in 1962 and jointly financed by the Nordic countries, is a research, docu-
mentation and information centre on modern Africa for the Nordic coun-
tries. The Institute promotes both research and studies on Africa in the
Nordic countries and co-operation between mainly African and Nordic
researchers. It also disseminates information on current African issues,
through publications, seminars, conferences and various policy related
activities. Lately these activities have focused on the New Partnership for
Africa’s Development (NEPAD), the African Union, African regional co-
operation and monitor democratic development. The Instituteís studies
also reflect upon the recent past particularly with regard to the liberation
struggles in Southern Africa, and the very volatile situation in Central and
West Africa.
A list of the Institute’s ongoing research activities can be found on the
back cover of this catalogue. More information about the different activi-
ties, grants, library services and publications is available on the Institute’s
website: www.nai.uu.se.

This catalogue
The Nordic Africa Institute has published over 600 academic titles on
African politics, economics, social issues and modern history. Publica-
tions are aimed at an international readership, at specialist researchers on
Africa, at policy makers at various levels and at individuals with a general
interest in Africa.
This catalogue includes the recent titles. Our on-line catalogue includes
all publications by the Institute with complete bibliographic information,
tables of contents, subject index and ordering information.
An order form may be found in the middle of this catalogue.
Books on Africa 2006/2007
(In alphabetic order by the author. All titles in paperback if not otherwise indicated.)

Bigsten, Arne, Bereket Kebede


and Abebe Shimeles (EDS) NEW TITLE
Brüntrup, Michael, Henning
Poverty, Income Melber and Ian Taylor
Distribution and Labour (Compiled by Henning Melber)
Markets in Ethiopia Africa, Regional Coopera-
Ethiopia is one of the poorest tion and the World Market
countries in the world with a Socio-Economic Strategies in
per capita income of just above Times of Global Trade Regimes
US$100. With such a low aver- Discussion Paper 31
age income, poverty is of course Under the regime of the World
widespread, so understanding Trade Organisation (WTO),
the causes of poverty is of utmost importance, but until local and regional policies are
recently very little household-data has been available. increasingly determined by global factors. Bi- and
This study deals with many aspects of poverty and multilateral trade relations between external actors and
income-distribution in Ethiopia, providing a wealth of individual African states or regional blocs are becoming
information on household-income and its determinants. ever more decisive. This is also true of the more recently
Arne Bigsten is Professor of Development Economics negotiated Economic Partnership Agreements (EPAs) in
at the Gothenburg University. Bereket Kebede has a BA the post-Lomé era of EU-African relations. In light of
in economics from Addis Ababa University and MSc such trends the question of coherence between “trade as
and DPhil degrees from Oxford University. He is cur- aid” and other areas of development strategy and coop-
rently lecturing at the School of Development Studies, eration remains to be answered. The contributions to this
University of East Anglia. Abebe Shimeles received a BA Discussion Paper reflect upon related matters of socio-
from Addis Ababa University and an MA from the Delhi economically viable strategies seeking to reconcile the
School of Economics, University of Delhi. global and the regional in an African perspective.
Ethiopia • poverty • economic conditions • income distribution •
household income • labour market
Michael Brüntrup is a Researcher with the German
2004, 200 pp, 91-7106-526-1 Development Institute (GDI) in Bonn. Henning Mel-
SEK 220, US$ 29.95 ber is Research Director at the Nordic Africa Institute.
Ian Taylor is Senior Lecturer at the School of Interna-
forthcoming tional Relations, University of St. Andrews; Professor
Basedau, Matthias, Gero Erd- Extraordinary at the University of Stellenbosch, South
mann and Andreas Mehler (EDS) Africa.
Votes, Money and regional cooperation • international trade • trade liberalization •
globalization • international economic relations • regional integration •
Violence agricultural markets • European Union • NEPAD • Senegal • Africa
Political Parties and Elections 2006, 72 pp. 91-7106- 559-8
in Sub-Saharan Africa SEK 110, US$ 13.95
Following the (re-)introduction
of multiparty systems in Africa Bull-Christiansen, Lene
in the early 1990s, third and
fourth elections in Africa’s new Tales of the Nation
democracies and hybrid regimes Feminist Nationalism or Patriotic
are now being seen. Although there is a large and grow- History? Defining National History
ing literature on democracy and elections in Africa, par- and Identity in Zimbabwe
ties and party systems have hitherto not been the focus Research Report No. 132 (E)
of research, which may be surprising given their central This research report focuses on
role in a liberal democracy. Research on political parties how versions of the country’s
and party systems in Africa is still in its infancy. liberation war history have be-
Various contributions in this volume examine the African come a site of struggle over the
parties and party systems with their particular features of definition of Zimbabwean na-
weak organisation, informal relationships dominated by tional identity. The study takes
‘big men’ and clientelism within a neopatrimonial set- a cross-disciplinary approach to the issue by ‘mapping
ting. Others raise the crucial question of representation out’ the imaginary field of Zimbabwean nationalism.
in relation to ethnicity, civil society and gender. Finally, This approach opens up the possibility of cross-reading
there are chapters which focus on the neglected area of the political discourses of the President and the ruling
electoral violence, and the moral role of money and vote party ZANU (PF) with opposing voices such as those in
buying is scrutinized through a case study. the works of the author Yvonne Vera. This cross-reading
Matthias Basedau, PhD and Gero Erdmann, PhD, are shows how Vera’s novels and the political discourses par-
Political Scientists and Senior Research Fellows at the ticipate in the struggle over Zimbabwean national identity
Institute of African Affairs (Berlin Office), German In- by offering different versions of the nation’s history in
stitute of Global and Area Studies, Hamburg (Germany). the form of ‘patriotic history’, ‘feminist nationalism’, or
Andreas Mehler, PhD, is a Political Scientist, Director narratives of difference.
of the Institute of African Affairs, German Institute of Lene Bull-Christiansen holds an MA in International
Global and Area Studies, Hamburg (Germany). Development Studies and Cultural Encounters from
elections • electoral systems • political parties • democracy • political Roskilde University in Denmark.
systems • political pluralism • multipartyism • Africa south of Sahara Zimbabwe • feminism • nationalism • identity • literature •
November 2006, 300 pp, 91-7106-579-2 Yvonne Vera • history • Matabeleland
SEK 290, US$ 37.50 2005, 118 pp, 91-7106-539-3
SEK 140, US$ 19.95

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Buur, Lars and Helene Maria


Kyed
forthcoming
Buur, Lars, Steffen Jensen and
State Recognition T h e S e c u r i T y- D e v e l o p m e n T n e x u S Finn Stepputat (eds)
of Traditional Authority
Expressions of Sovereignty and Securization

The Security-
in Southern Africa

in Mozambique Development Nexus


The Nexus of Community Expressions of Sovereignty and
Representation and State Securitization in Southern Africa
Assistance
The link between security
Discussion Paper 28 (E)
and development has been
How should the Mozambican
Edited by

rediscovered after 9/11 by


LARS BUUR

STEFFEN JENSEN

traditional leaders’ double role as FINN STEPPUTAT

a broad range of scholars.


community representatives and state assistants be cap-
Focussing on Southern
tured? This discussion paper addresses some fundamental
Africa, the Security-Development Nexus shows that
questions pertaining to the 2002 official recognition of
the much debated linkage is by no means a recent
traditional leaders as community authorities. After a brief
invention. Rather, the security/development linkage
history of the changing role of, and faith in, traditional
has been an important element of the state policies
authorities as a basis for understanding the importance
of colonial as well as post-colonial regimes during
of their recent official recognition, the paper outlines the
the Cold War, and it seems to be prospering in new
key objectives of the Decree 15/2000 that officially rec-
configurations under the present wave of democratic
ognises community authorities. Some of the key concepts
transitions. Contributors focus on a variety of contexts
underpinning the Decree are then critically assessed.
from South Africa, Mozambique, and Namibia, to
The paper concludes by pointing out some unintended
Zimbabwe and Democratic Congo; they explore the
consequences of these reified notions for kin-based forms
nexus and our understanding of security and develop-
of community authority and especially for the ideal of
ment through the prism of peace-keeping interven-
community participation.
tions, community policing, human rights, gender, land
Lars Buur is a Senior Researcher at the Danish Institute
contests, squatters, nation and state-building, social
for International Studies in Copenhagen.
movements, DDR programmes and the different tra-
Helene Maria Kyed is currently a PhD Candidate at the
jectories democratization has taken in different parts
Danish Institute for International Studies and at Roskilde
of the region.
University.
local government • traditional authority • Lars Buur and Finn Stepputat are Senior Research-
traditional leaders • political participation • government • Mozambique ers at the Danish Institute for International Studies.
2005, 30 pp, 91-7106-547-4 Steffen Jensen is Senior Researcher at the Rehabili-
SEK 90, US$13.95 tation and Research Centre for Torture Survivors
and teaches International Development Studies at
Roskilde University.
Co-published with HSRC Press, South Africa.
violence • crime • economic and social development • politics •
government policy • state • international relations •
peaceful coexistence • citizenship • human security • regional security •
South Africa • Mozambique • Namibia • Zimbabwe
November 2006, 300 pp, 91-7106-583-0
SEK 320, US$ 45
Available in Europe and the US only.

Signe Arnfred (Ed.) 2nd edition


Re-thinking 2nd reprint 2006

Sexualities in Africa
This volume sets out to critically investigate
existing lines of thought about sexuality in
Africa, while also creating space for alternative
approaches. Issues of colonial and contemporary
discourses on ‘African sexuality’ and on ‘female
genital mutilation’ are discussed, as are issues
of female agency and of feminist engagement


with HIV/AIDS. The volume contributes to current
efforts to re-think sexualities in the light of
feminist, queer and postcolonial theory.

A must addition to social science collections


in general and African studies in particular,
this volume will be of great importance to
professionals, graduate students, and advanced
undergraduates. 2004, 215 pp, 91-7106-566-0
F.P. Conanct, emeritus, Hunter College, CUNY SEK 220, US$ 27.95
Choice, March 2005, Vol. 42 No. 07

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NEW TITLE Ebeku, S.A. Kaniye

CHRISTIANSEN, Catrine, Mats Utas The Succession of


and Henrik Vigh (eds) Faure Gnassingbe to the
Navigating Youth, Togolese Presidency
Generating Adulthood An International Law Perspective
Social Becoming in an Current African Issues No. 30 (E)
African Context A critical element in the renewal
This book focuses on the lives of the African continent is the in-
and experiences of young peo- creasing and widespread demo-
ple in Africa. On agents who, cratic awakening in all parts of
willingly or unwillingly, see Africa since the early 1990s as
themselves as belonging to the evidenced by the number of multi-party elections. African
socio-generational category of youth and the ways in leaders, under the auspices of regional organizations, have
which they seek to shape and unfold their lives in a increasingly made a number of treaties, declarations and
positive manner. Rather than seeing youth as either other political commitments in the field of democracy
a social or cultural entity in itself, or as a predefined and good governance. Significantly, the recent politico-
life-stage, the book argues for an exploration of how constitutional crisis in Togo, occasioned by the sudden
youth position themselves and are positioned within death of President Gnassingbe Eyadema in early February
generational categories. In studying young people, social 2005, raised issues of democracy and good governance
scientists must conceptualise youth as both social being and provided an opportunity for African countries to
and social becoming; a position in movement. It is from test the effectiveness of the various democracy-related
the duality of being positioned and seeking one’s own instruments. Adopting a legal-jurisprudential perspective,
socio-generational position that this book engages in the the author skillfully examines the contradictions between
debate on contemporary African youth. the regional-international legal instruments that permit
The chapters are based on ethnographic research across interference in the internal affairs of a Member State of
the African continent and provide in-depth analyses of ECOWAS and AU and the principles of international law
the perceptions, positions, possibilities, and practices of that provide for sovereign equality of States and non-in-
diverse groups of young people. terference in the internal affairs of a sovereign State.
Catrine Christiansen is Research Fellow at the Uni- Dr Kaniye S.A. Ebeku is an Associate Professor of Law
versity of Copenhagen. Mats Utas holds a PhD in and the current Head of the Department of Law at Inter-
Anthropology from Uppsala University. Henrik E. college, Nicosia, Cyprus. He is a Barrister and Solicitor
Vigh holds a PhD in Anthropology from the University of the Supreme Court of Nigeria.
Togo • presidency • heads of state • inheritance • elections •
of Copenhagen. democracy • constitutions • international law
youth • adolescents • children • social environment • living conditions •
human relations • social and cultural anthropology • case studies • Africa 2005, 32 pp, 91-7106-554-7
2006, 272 pp, 91-7106-578-4 SEK 90, US$ 12.95
SEK 290, US$ 37.50
Eriksson, Hans and
Björn Hagströmer

Chung, Fay KING Chad – Towards


Re-living the Second Democratisation
Chimurenga or Petro-Dictatorship?
Memories from Zimbabwe’s Discussion Paper 29 (E)
Liberation Struggle This study provides a back-
This retrospective offers a first ground of the socio-political
hand account on internal conflicts situation in Chad and the oil
in ZANU during the 1970s, which project, and analyses how the
resulted in the defeat of its left two will develop and interact in
wing. Chung’s narratives include the future. A key feature is an analysis of the incentives
her experiences in two guerrilla in the oil project and their possible future changes. Chad
camps. She recalls her encounters with the charismatic is currently undergoing two processes of significant
Josiah Tongogara, a legendary military commander dur- importance for its future development – political de-
ing Zimbabwe’s liberation war (known as the “second mocratisation and transformation into an oil economy.
chimurenga”), who died at the threshold to Independence. The oil export started in late 2003, and boosted the
The personal recollection of a transition to national sov- economy in 2004. To avoid the disastrous experiences
ereignty concludes with an incisive analysis of develop- of most poor African oil states, unique oil management,
ments after Independence. It ends with Chung’s vision control mechanisms and other conditionalities have been
for the Zimbabwe of the future. imposed by the World Bank – much thanks to pressure
Fay King Chung served within the Ministry of Education from the civil society and the international community.
in post-colonial Zimbabwe for a total of fourteen years, If implemented well, Chad may become a model for how
at the end as the Minister of Education and Culture. Her a poor resource-rich country is able to promote socio-
autobiographical account has the childhood experiences economic development and poverty reduction.
in colonial Rhodesia as a point of departure. Like many Björn Hagströmer is a Graduate Student of International
other Zimbabwean intellectuals she joined the liberation Economics and Politics at Jönköping International Busi-
struggle. From the mid-1970s she worked within the ness School. Hans Eriksson is an Economist and Political
ZANU-organised educational sphere. Scientist at Stockholm School of Economics, Stockholm
Zimbabwe • biographies • national liberation movements • University. democratization • petroleum extraction • governance •
liberation • civil war • independence • ZANU political development • economic and social development • Chad
2005, 320 pp, 91-7106-551-2 2005, 81 pp, 91-7106-549-0
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Roger Southall and Henning Melber (Eds)

Legacies of Power
Leadership Change and Former Presidents
in African Politics
It was a widely dominant perception until the
early 1990’s that African rulers do not vacate
their office alive. But even in the brutal reality of
African politics, transition takes place and different
former presidents have dealt with how to maintain
power and privilege very differently. Presidential
transitions pose a dilemma in handing over the 2005, 350 pp, 91-7106-558-X
240 SEK (appr. 25 Euro)
power. Incumbent rulers often are confronted with
the desire of the retired president not to leave Co-publisher: HSRC Press, Cape Town


politics. The chapters to this volume consequently
pay special attention to the relationships evolving An excellent, uniquely valuable addition to
between the new regimes and their predecessors. the literature, rich in detail and dealing with
profoundly significant issues. The collection
The book stimulates careful further observation will be not only of immense interest to Africa-
and analyses concerning progress in this contested nists, but also of great relevance across a
arena of institutionalised political power in Africa. broad spectrum of research disciplines. It
Roger Southall is a Distinguished Research Fellow makes a highly distinctive contribution to
of the Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC).  the genre of transition studies in the demo-
cratisation literature.
Henning Melber is the Research Director at The Prof. Peter Burnell, Dept. of Politics and Inter-
Nordic Africa Institute in Uppsala, Sweden. national Studies at Warwick University, UK

Available in Europe only.

Gausset, Quentin,
NEW TITLE Michael Whyte and
Fombad, Charles Manga Torben Birch-Thomsen (Eds)
and Zein Kebonang
Edited by Henning Melber
Beyond Territory
AU, NEPAD and the APRM and Scarcity
Exploring Conflicts over Natural
Democratisation Efforts Explored
Resource Management
Current African Issues No. 32 (E)
The attainment of sound and
The African Union and the
sustainable environmental man-
New Partnership for Africa’s
agement is one of humanity’s
Development represent an un-
greatest challenges this century,
precedented collective political
particularly in Africa, which is still heavily dependent
effort by African governments
on the exploitation of natural and agricultural resources
at the beginning of the 21st
and is faced with rapid population growth. Yet, this chal-
century to address issues of democracy and good govern-
lenge should not be reduced to Malthusian parameters
ance on a continental scale. The visible commitments to
and the simple question of population growth and fail-
jointly tackle political and socioeconomic challenges are
ing resources. In this volume, ten anthropologists and
reflected in the adoption of a variety of programmatic
geographers critically address traditional Malthusian
blueprints and a series of newly created or recently
discourses in essays that attempt to move “beyond terri-
strengthened institutions. The most visible of these since
tory and scarcity” The studies are drawn from a range of
the integration of NEPAD into the AU is the African Peer
sub-Saharan African countries: Burkina Faso, Cameroon,
Review Mechanism, a process aimed at addressing some
Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ghana, Lesotho,
of the challenges on the basis of a voluntary assessment
Niger, Nigeria, Senegal, and Sudan.
of African government policies. The contributions to
Quentin Gausset is Associate Professor at the Institute
this publication trace these recent developments from a
of Anthropology in the University of Copenhagen.
policy perspective and explore the scope and limitations
Michael A. Whyte is Associate Professor at the Institute
of current democratisation efforts.
of Anthropology, University of Copenhagen. Torben
Charles Manga Fombad is Associate Professor in
Birch-Thomsen is Associate Professor at the Institute of
the Department of Law, University of Botswana in
Geography, University of Copenhagen, from which he
Gaborone. Zein Kebonang is Lecturer in the Depart-
also holds a PhD.
ment of Law, University of Botswana in Gaborone. resources management • environmentel degradation •
Henning Melber is Research Director of the Nordic natural resources • conflicts • boundaries • living conditions •
Africa Institute. Burkina Faso • Cameroon • Democratic Republic of the Congo •
institutional framework • African organizations • African Union • Ghana • Lesotho • Niger • Nigeria • Senegal • Sudan
NEPAD • democratization • government policy • development strategy • 2005, 218 pp, 91-7106-540-7
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2006, 56 pp, 91-7106-569-5
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Geisler, Gisela Lazarus, Jeffrey V.,


Catrine Christiansen,
Women and the Lise Rosendal Østergaard
Remaking of Politics AND Lisa Ann Richey (EDS)
in Southern Africa Models for Life
Negotiating Autonomy, Advancing antiretroviral therapy
Incorporation and Representation in sub-Saharan Africa
African women have a long Current African Issues No. 31 (E)
history of political involvement Advancing antiretroviral ther-
reaching back to anti-colonial apy in sub-Saharan Africa is
struggles but often this was not based on two conferences that
acknowledged after independ- were held in September 2004.
Second reprint
ence, leaving them to fight The events brought together more than 70 key actors
the struggle for representation and personal liberation from Denmark, Sweden and Uganda in the field of HIV/
on other fronts. The study looks at these struggles in AIDS and its treatment. The conferences were unique in
Southern Africa, analyses the post-colonial outcomes that each panel and the subsequent discussion brought
and examines the strategies that have been employed together researchers, donors and representatives from
by women’s movements to gain a foothold in politics. non-governmental organisations. The working paper
Extensive material from Southern Africa is compared and covers a wide range:Access to antiretroviral therapy,
juxtaposed, as women politicians and women’s move- Holistic approaches to providing antiretroviral therapy,
ments learned from each other’s experiences over time. prevention and support and Antiretroviral therapy and
The study also critically addresses the uneasy relation- public health services.
ship between the women’s movements and the state, and Catrine Christiansen is a Researcher at the Nordic
between women activists and women politicians as they Africa Institute and an Anthropologist from Copenha-
have negotiated co-optation, integration and exclusion. gen University. Jeffrey V. Lazarus is the Advocacy and
The methods used for the study, and its historical and Community Relations Officer in the Sexually Transmitted
geographical scope, put it in a class of its own. Infections/HIV/AIDS Programme at WHO/Europe. Lisa
Gisela Geisler is a Senior Researcher at the Chr. Ann Richey, PhD, is an Assistant Professor at the De-
Michelsen Institute, Bergen, Norway. partment of Geography and International Development
Southern Africa • women’s participation • political participation •
political movements • gender equality Studies, Roskilde University. Lise Rosendal Østergaard
2004, 241 pp, 91-7106-515-6 is the Coordinator of the Danish NGO Network on AIDS
SEK 280, US$ 37.50 and Development (Aidsnet).
HIV • aids • medical care • access to health care • medicinal drugs •
public health • aids prevention • nongovernmental organizations •
forthcoming Africa South of Sahara
Jassey, Katja and Stella Nyanzi 2005, 35 pp, 91-7106-556-3
SEK 90, US$ 12.95
How to Be a ‘Proper’
Woman in the Times of NEW TITLE
HIV and AIDS Lukalo, Fibian Kavulani
Current African Issues No. 34 (E) Extended Handshake or
Instead of stepping high as
Wrestling Match?
development and academic
Youth and Urban Culture
experts, the authors of this
Celebrating Politics in Kenya
publication identify with other
Discussion Paper 32 (E)
women and how as Women
This discussion paper addresses
make meaning of proper wom-
the varied notions of culture,
an-ness, respectability and personhood in the face of
politics and youth music in the
HIV/AIDS politics. When is one social script of being
Kenyan context during former
a proper Woman valid and what invalidates it? What
President Moi’s presidency.
kind of changes and norms are implicitly or explicitly
Moving away from the notion that youth activities can
promoted through development interventions? Can
be equated with terror and acts of idleness, the author
sexuality be separated from material, social and po-
examines the historical centrality of music and politics
litical realities? Why are there so many contradicting
in Kenya. Using imagery derived from proverbs as
messages and forces around ARV medicines? Why is
a basis of thinking, the author discusses the changing
there so much silence and so much noise at the same
views of culture and identity among the youth of Kenya.
time around HIV/AIDS? Can HIV/AIDS be a force
To enhance the discussion, politics and the urban context
for inclusion rather than exclusion? Through the use
serve as the basis for interrogating youth involvement
of personal and reflexive dialogue between a Western
through music in the political space in Kenya. Finally,
policy maker and an African researcher the publication
the discussion presents the youth musician Eric Wain-
aims at encouraging others to do the same.
aina and discusses his use of music as an intervention
Stella Nyanzi is a Ugandan Medical Anthropologist
into the issue of political decay and corruption. The
currently engaged in ethnographic research about
underlying thrust of this discussion is to reflect upon
sexuality and reproductive health among youths in
and dispel the assumption that, through their music,
The Gambia. Katja Jassey is a Swedish Development
youth in Kenya are engaged in violent activities against
Consultant working with issues around communication
the state.
and social analysis.
women’s role • gender relations • feminism • sexuality• Hiv• Aids • social
Fibian Kavulani Lukalo is a Lecturer in Culture and
change • attitudes • information campaigns • behavioural sciences • South Communication at Moi University, Eldoret, Kenya.
Africa • Uganda • Gambia Kenya • urban youth • popular culture • music • politics
November 2006, 40 pp, 91-7106-574-1 2006, 65 pp, 91-7106-567-9
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Malaquias, Assis Manger, Leif and
Rebels and Robbers Munzoul Assal (EDS)
Violence in Post-Colonial Angola Diasporas Within and
Rebels and Robbers is about the Without Africa
political economy of violence in Dynamism, Hetereogeneity,
post-colonial Angola. This book Variation
provides the first comprehen- The book deals with two types
sive attempt at analyzing how of “African diasporas”, the
the military and non-military first of which originated in
dynamics of more than four the migration histories of the
decades of conflict created the Indian Ocean and brought new
structural violence that stub- groups into Africa.This is illustrated by case studies of
bornly defines Angolan society even in the absence Hadrami communities in Sudan and Zanzibar, and the
of war. The focus on structural violence enables the Malay community in Cape Town, that produced trade
author to explore the continuities since colonial times, links as well as processes of Islamization. The second
especially in the ways race, class, ethnicity, and power type originated with the failing African states and
have been used by governing elites as mechanisms to cases discussed are an Eritrean diaspora in Germany,
oppress the powerless.But the unabashed propensity alongside Sudanese diasporas in Norway and the USA,
to capture public resources for personal aggrandize- and a Somali diaspora in Norway. The papers deal with
ment is purely post-colonial. Angola’s opportunity to processes of homemaking, political mobilization in the
finally realize its developmental potential will depend diaspora through local organisations, religious networks
on whether the wealth resulting from the exploration of and cyberspace nationalism. The central conceptual
natural resources is directed toward creating the condi- argument is that “diaspora” is not only a post-modern
tions for the citizens’ realization of their aspirations for reaction to the xenophobia of Western nation states
the good life thus ensuring sustainable peace. but must be seen as part of a broader history of human
Assis Malaquias, PhD, is Associate Dean of Interna- migration and intercultural experience.The book is
tional and Intercultural Studies and Associate Professor valuable for researchers interested in African studies,
of Government at St. Lawrence University, Canton, from various disciplines such as anthropology, history
New York. and religious science as well as migration and diaspora
violence • social structure • obstacles to development • political aspects •
political power • civil war • peace • nation building • national security • studies and the broader field of cultural studies. It is
post-conflict reconstruction • Angola also of use for practitioners in UN agencies and NGOs
October 2006, 260 pp, 91-7106-580-6 working with global migration, and also national im-
SEK 320, US$ 39.95
migration departments.
Munzoul A. M. Assal teaches Anthropology at the Uni-
versity of Khartoum, Sudan. Leif Manger is Professor of
Social Anthropology at the University of Bergen.
migration • internal migration • migrants • human relations •
Africans • identity • diaspora
2006, 240 pp, 91-7106-563-6
SEK 290, US$ 35

Intergenerational obligations, changing societies, family patterns …


Societies and families are changing all over
the world. Less of what the older genera-
tions transmit of their experiences can be
replicated by the younger generations in their
own lives. What we are witnessing is a type of
cultural delinking from past generations.
This longitudial study, made by the Repro-
ductive Health Study Group linked to the
University of Dar es Salaam focuses on the
teenage girl and the erosion of the customs
that had regulated marriage, parenthood and
intergenerational obligations. It also discusses
the generation gap and the ways in which
this gap has widened over the past century.

Tumbo-Masabo, Zubeida and Rwebangira, Magdalena K. and Ntukula, Mary and Rita Liljeström (eds)
Rita Liljeström (Eds) rita Liljeström (Eds) Umleavyo - The Dilemma of Parenting
Chelewa, Chelewa – The Dilemma of Haraka, Haraka … Look before you leap Tanzania • parents • gender • generations • chil-
Teenage Girls Youth at the crossroad of custom and modernity dren • adolescents • sexuality • initiation • educa-
Tanzania • youth • women • sexuality Tanzania • East Africa • sociology • youth • sexuality tion • marriage • rites and ceremonies • customary
1994, 218 pp, 91-7106-354-4 • pregnancy • marriage • education • ramily law • law • modernization • child rearing
Only available as photocopy or CD-rom customary law • child welfare • gender 2004, 152 pp, 91-7106-522-9
(orders@nai.uu.se). 1998, 271 pp, 91-7106-429-X SEK 180, US$ 24.95
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forthcoming NEW TITLE


Melber , Henning (ed.) Negash , Tekeste
Transitions in Namibia Education in Ethiopia
Which Change for Whom? From Crisis to the Brink of Collapse
A first volume on “Re-exam- Discussion Paper 33 (E)
ining liberation in Namibia” The main focus of this study
(2003) concentrated on the is the deepening crisis of the
political culture since Indepen- Ethiopian education system.
dence. This second collection This study reconstructs the
of essays adds to the widely growth of the crisis of the sector
recognised and praised effort during the last four decades. It
to critically assess the achieve- then discusses the implications
ments and failures of the erstwhile German and South of the crisis in terms of com-
African colony under a liberation movement in politi- munication breakdown; absence of analytical capacity
cal power. It complements the preceding collection by at system level; the fragmentation of society; loss of
mainly assessing the material aspects of decolonisa- political legitimacy and perpetuation of authoritar-
tion and its limitations with reference to the empirical ian power. Although the education sector has greatly
social realities. The contributors are scholars and civil expanded its impact on poverty alleviation has so far
society activists mainly based in Namibia or working been insignificant. The poverty landscape has changed
extensively on and in the country. The chapters deal to the worse during the last fifty years.The study argues
with legal aspects of the new system, the strategies of that it is only through language (readily understood
a new elite, the continued social disparities, forms of and practised) that collective life and the world can be
exploitation and marginalisation, land as a contested interpreted in an integrated manner. The replacement
issue, the integration of ex-combatants, the role of of English by Ethiopian languages all the way from
youth, decentralisation and regional development, urban the primary to tertiary levels is one of the factors that
deprivation, HIV/Aids, gendered violence and other could strengthen the survival potential of the Ethiopian
forms of discrimination. political community.
It is thought-provoking when it comes to the necessary Tekeste Negash is an Associate Professor of Modern
reflections on the limits to liberation and is of interest History.
educational systems • educational crisis • languages of instruction •
and use to scholars, activists and practitioners alike. English language • Ethiopic languages • social change • Ethiopia
Henning Melber is Research Director at the Nordic 2006, 56 pp, 91-7106-576-8
Africa Institute. SEK 110, US$ 13.95
social change • political development • national liberation movements •
political power • decolonization • nation-building • Namibia
December 2006, 250 pp, 91-7106-582-2
NEW TITLE
Olsson, Claes (ed.)
SEK 290, US$ 37.50
The Western Sahara
Melber, Henning (Ed.) Conflict
The Role of Natural Resources
Trade, Development, in Decolonization
Cooperation Current African Issues No. 33 (E)
What Future for Africa? This publication gives a com-
Current African Issues No. 29 (E) prehensive background to the
Bi- and multilateral trade rela- long-running conflict on the
tions between external actors status of Western Sahara and
and individual African states particularly highlights the ques-
or regional blocs are becoming tion of the territory’s natural resources, such as fish, oil
ever more decisive. The trade and phosphates. It analyses why this territory, mainly
policies of both the USA and covered by desert and only sparsely populated, has since
the EU are anything but helpful. These initiatives have 1976, when the former colonial power Spain officially
a potentially detrimental impact on regional integration. ceded the territory, engaged governments and people,
The latter remains however a priority in the developmen- both regionally and internationally, and the implica-
tal policy and strategy documents as formulated both by tions of its natural resources.The publication includes a
African agencies as well as the partners in development summary of the Western Sahara conflict, an up-to-date
cooperation in the OECD countries. Hence the question picture of the situation in Western Sahara with regard to
of coherence between trade as aid and other areas of natural resources and the UN’s legal opinion from 2002
development strategy and cooperation remains to be on exploitation of the natural resources of a Non-Self-
answered. Governing Territory written by Hans Corell, former UN
Paul Goodison works with the European Research Office Under-Secretary-General for Legal Affairs, the Legal
in Brussels. Carlos Lopes was Director of the National Counsel. These contributions form a useful informa-
Institute for Studies and Research in Guinea Bissau tion source for policymakers, researchers, students and
before joining the United Nations Development Pro- activists interested in or dealing with issues related to
gramme (UNDP). Henning Melber is Research Director the Maghreb framework and in particular the Western
at the Nordic Africa Institute. Colin Stoneman recently Sahara conflict.
retired from the Centre for Southern African Studies at Claes Olsson has a degree in Social Sciences. He is
the University of York. the author of several books and articles on the Western
development aid • international cooperation • foreign trade •
trade liberalization • trade agreements • globalization • eonomic and
Sahara issue.
Western Sahara • natural resources • resources exploitation •
social development • European Union • Africa
conflicts • decolonization • colonialism
2005, 44 pp, 91-7106-544-X
2006, 32 pp, 91-7106-571-7
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cultural images in and of Afric a

This book deals with the “Encounter Images in the Meetings “There is much in this volume that
question of the relevance and between Africa and Europe is a is unique and it represents a major
meaning of the signifier in welcome contribution to the on- contribution to the burgeoning field
various fields of contemporary going dialogue on the reproduction of African urban music studies.”
cultural production in Africa: of images and stereotypes between Richard M. Shain, Philadelphia University;
literature, film, sculpture, music, The International Journal of African Historical
Europe and Africa.”
Studies, Vol. 36, No. 1, 2003, Boston
popular drama. Matt Houngnikpo, Miami University
African Affairs Vol. 102, No. 409, Oct 2003 Palmberg, Mai and
Erikson Baaz, maria and Annemette Kirkegaard
mai palmberg Palmberg, mai (Ed.) Playing with Identities
Same and Other Encounter Images in the Meetings bet- in Contemporary Music in Africa
Negotiating African Identitity in ween Africa and Europe cultural identity • music • popular culture •
Cultural Production development aid • culture • history • mission South Africa • Uganda • Cape Verde •
culture • arts • cinema • literature • history • communication • racial discrimination Nigeria • Tanzania • Zimbabwe • Ivory
music • television • theatre 2001, 277 pp, 91-7106-478-8 Coast • Senegal
2001, 210 pp, 91-7106-477-X SEK 280, US$ 34.95 2002, 196 pp, 91-7106-496-6
SEK 220, US$ 29.95 SEK 220, US$ 27.90

Palmberg, Mai and Rolandsen, Øystein


Ranka Primorac (EDS)
Guerrilla Government
Skinning The Skunk Political Changes in the Southern
Facing Zimbabwean Futures Sudan during the 1990s
Discussion Paper No. 30 (E) This volume analyses the main
“Skinning the Skunk” refers events leading up to the SPLM/
to a saying in Shona, “kuvhiya A’s current position of supre-
kadembo”. The Zimbabwean macy. The book consists of
writer Stanley Namfukudza uses three chronologically ordered,
it here to illustrate how impor- integrated parts, where the first
tant problems, like the legacy part discusses the effect of the
of violence, are avoided in Zim- split in 1991 and the movements political and admin-
babwean public discussion.Terence Ranger writes on the istrative structures prior to its National Convention in
new policy of rewriting the history of Zimbabwe, in the 1994. This is discussed in the second part. Finally, the
name of “patriotic history”, through which the Zanu-PF book analyses the significance of the Convention and its
government tries to assert hegemony and achieve “a total reforms in the light of later attempts at implementation
change of the mindset”.To talk about Zimbabwe today when, in the last part of the 1990s, political paralysis set
also means to talk of the large diaspora. Beacon Mbiba in as the Movement experienced unprecedented military
presents a study on what is colloquially called “Harare success. The discussion is brought to a conclusion with
North”, that is London (and the rest of the UK). a brief summary of events during the period 2000–2004
Mai Palmberg works at the Nordic Africa Institute in and presents some thoughts on the future government
Uppsala as Coordinator of a research and network project of the south Sudan.
“Cultural Images in and of Africa”. Ranka Primorac has Øystein H. Rolandsen is the Horn of Africa Adviser at
degrees from the Universities of Zagreb, Harare and the Norwegian People’s Aid and board member of the
Nottingham Trent. Norwegian Sudan Support Group.
democratisation • petroleum extraction • governance •
political development • economic and social development • Chad This important and original study of the SPLAM/M,
2005, 40 pp, 91-7106-552-0 taking as its principal reference point the National
SEK 90, US$ 12.95 Convention of 1994, does much to clarify these issues
in Southern Sudan, and provides a valuable case study
of ‘guerrilla government’ that will be of much wider
relevance.
(Christopher Clapham, Centre of African Studies, Cambridge University)
Sudan • southern Sudan • Sudan people´s liberation movement •
army • government • civil war • conventions • political development •
political reform
2004, 201 pp, 91-7106-537-7
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forthcoming Therborn, Göran (Ed.)


Söderbaum, Fredrik and African Families in a
Ian Taylor (Eds) Global Context
Micro-Regionalism in Research Report No. 131 (E)
West Africa The family is one of the most
Evidence from Two Case Studies important institutions of African
Discussion Paper 34 societies. Where is it going to-
This collection seeks to comple- day? How is it affected by global
ment and advance recent studies processes, cultural and political
on regionalism in Africa and the as well as economic? How does
implications that this has for the it compare with family develop-
continent’s development. The ments in other parts of the world? These are questions
two case studies on cross-border micro-regionalism in which this book addresses. The contributors deal with the
the borderlands of Mali-Burkina Faso and Niger-Nigeria African family in a comparative global context, focus-
are part of the work of the West Africa Border Initia- ing on patriarchy, sexuality and marriage, and fertility;
tive (WABI). Providing a challenge to the considerable biological and social reproduction in Ghana under condi-
number of state-centric, formalistic and not seldom tions of globalization and structural adjustment; Nigerian
overly idealistic studies in this field, the two cases show marriage relations under the impact of current conditions
quite clearly that formal borders either essentially do not and; family changes in the North (Britain) from a family
exist in the Westphalian sense, being ignored by local perspective of the South (South Africa).
populations and traders, or, are strategically used by Göran Therborn is Director of the Swedish Collegiums
(often self-styled) representatives of the state to extract for Advanced Study in the Social Sciences and University
resources and rents. Professor of Sociology at Uppsala University, Sweden.
Africa • Ghana • Nigeria • South Africa • demographic change •
Fredrik Söderbaum is Associate Professor at the Depart- family • family structure • gender roles • social problems
ment of Peace and Development Research (Padrigu), 2004, 118 pp, 91-7106-561-X
Director for the Centre for African Studies (CAS) at SEK 140, US$ 22.50
the School of Global Studies, Goteborg University
and Research Fellow at the United Nations University-
Comparative Regional Integration Studies (UNU-CRIS), Books on
Bruges, Belgium. Ian Taylor is Senior Researcher at
the School of International Relations, University of St.
the informal city, civil society
Andrews, Sctoland.
regional cooperation • regional integration • regional development •
and urban development
regionalization • case studies • West Africa • Sahel • Niger • Nigeria
October 2006, 40 pp (P), 91-7106-584-9
SEK 90, US$ 12.95

forthcoming
Stolten, Hans Erik (Ed.)
History Making
and Present Day Politics
The meaning of collective memory
in South Africa
In this collection, some of South
Africa’s most distinguished
historians and social scientists


present their views on the im-
portance of history and heritage
for the transformation of the The book is a useful compilation of papers that are a must read
South African society. Although popular use of history by all those who are interested in the role of civil society associa-
helped remove apartheid, the study of history lost status tions in African cities. It is also a useful addition to the expanding
during the transition process. Some of the reasons for
literature on urban governance and livelihood strategies in Africa.
this, like the nature of the negotiated revolution, social
demobilisation, and individualisation, are analysed in (International Planning Studies, Vol. 8, No. 1, 2003, Abingdon,
R.C. Leduka, The National University of Lesotho)
this book.
Tostensen, arne, Inge Tvedten and Mariken Vaa (Eds)
The combination of scholarly work with an active role Associational Life in African Cities
in changing society has been a central concern in South Popular Responses to the Urban Crisis
African history writing. This book warns against the African cities • urban crisis • civil society • housing • NGOs
2001, 320 pp, 91-7106-465-6
danger of history being caught between reconciliation,


SEK 250, US$ 23.95
commercialisation, and political correctness.
The authors also examine a range of new government
and private initiatives in the practical use of history, Aid agencies and national government planners take note!
including the establishment of new historical enter- A very important collection.
tainment parks and the conversion of museums and Richard Stren, Professor of Political Science,
Centre for Urban and Community Studies, Toronto, Canada
heritage sites.
Hans Erik Stolten is a Historian working at the Centre of Hansen, Karen Tranberg and Mariken Vaa (EDS)
African Studies at the University of Copenhagen. Reconsidering Informality – Perspectives from Urban Africa
urban housing • living conditions • informal sector • land use
November 2006, 370 pp (P), 91-7106-581-4 2004, 235 pp, 91-7106-518-0
SEK 320, US$ 39.95 SEK 250, US$ 29.95

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BÖCKER PÅ SVENSKA
(not available in the US)
Davidson, Basil Rylander, Kristina (red)
Med bidrag av
Afrika i det tjugonde seklet Tore Linné Eriksen m.fl.
Afrikabiblioteket nr 6
En ny omarbetad och uppdate- Att studera Afrika
rad upplaga av 1991 års ”Afrika Vägar till källorna (E)
i det tjugonde seklet” (Afrika- Denna bok är en guide till
biblioteket nr 2). Afrikas historia Afrikastudier inom främst det
förs här ända fram till 1999. samhällsvetenskapliga områ-
Boken utgör en insiktsfull och det. Både tryckta och Internet-
lättillgänglig presentation av baserade källor behandlas i
Afrika under det senaste seklet. denna nya, grundligt uppdat-
Basil Davidson diskuterar or- erade upp-laga. Boken ger
sakerna till de afrikanska ländernas kris. Han tar också praktisk väg-ledning till handböcker, databaser, kartor,
itu med de rika ländernas upprepade underlåtenhet att statistik och en rad andra hjälpmedel för litteratur- och
förändra förhållandet mellan länderna i nord och de faktasökning. Dessutom finns fylliga introduktioner
fattiga i syd. Boken avslutas med en diskussion om hur till litteraturen inom några för Afrikastudier centrala
Afrika söker sina egna lösningar. Sakregister, kartor, ämnesområden: politik, ekonomi, historia, antropologi,
kronologisk översikt och studiefrågor gör boken lämpad geografi och utbildningsfrågor. I första hand riktar sig
i undervisning. boken till studerande och forskare, men även lärare,
2000, 300 s, 91-7106-461-3 journalister och bibliotekarier med flera har nytta av
SEK 250 den.
”Äntligen! ....... den fulländade guiden till information
om Afrika. I fullmatade artiklar av ledande forskare får
jag information om det mesta av den bästa litteraturen.
Värderat och värdefullt vetande, vettigt uppställt, alltså
Lodhi, Abdulaziz Y. and
lätt att hitta.”
Tommy Otterbrandt (Lasse Berg, författare)
Kortfattad swahili-svensk/
”Att studera Afrika ger en ovärderlig översikt av olika
svensk-swahili ordbok typer av informationskällor om Afrika .... ett oumbärligt
Innehåller drygt 14 000 ord som verktyg för både forskare, studenter, lärare, journalister,
är vanliga i svenska och swahili tjänstemän och andra som yrkesmässigt arbetar med
samt en översikt över swahili- Afrika – likväl som för aktivister och allmänhet som är
grammatik. intresserad av att följa den dynamiska utvecklingen på
1987, 319 s, 91-7106-260-2 kontinenten.”
SEK 220 (Jonas Ewald, föreståndare Centrum för Afrikastudier,
Göteborgs Universitet)

2004, 139 s, 91-7106-519-9


SEK 180

Palmberg, Mai
Afrikabild för partnerskap? Wohlgemuth, Lennart (red.)
Afrika i de svenska skolböckerna
Mot bakgrund av införandet
Bistånd på utvecklingens
av begreppet ”partnerskap” villkor
i svensk biståndspolitik har Synen på biståndet har genom-
författaren till denna studie gått stora förändringar under
granskat hur Afrika framställs de senaste 20 åren. 70-talets
i 62 aktuella högstadieböcker i utvecklingsoptimism följdes
SO-ämnen. Skolböckerna har en av 80-talets djupa kris, med en
stor betydelse som formare av pessimistisk framtidssyn. 90-
vår världsbild och som återspeglare av tidsandan, men talet innebar en tillnyktring och
undgår vanligtvis all kritisk granskning. Denna bok ger omfattande arbete har lagts ner
både ris och ros. Den varnar för generaliseringar och på att dra slutsatser av erfarenheterna. Denna antologi
föreslår kompletterande material som kan göra Afrika- presenterar biståndets teori och teknik i ljuset av de
bilden mer levande och intressant. senaste årens utveckling. Boken är en uppföljning av
2000, 248 s, 91-7106-451-6 ”Bistånd på mottagarens villkor” som gavs ut 1974.
gratis Andra uppdaterade och utökade upplagan
Boken kan beställas via orders@nai.se 1997, 206 s, 91-7106-411-7
så långt lagret räcker. SEK 200

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Backlist
A Dansereau, Suzanne and Kelsall, Tim
Adesida, Olugbenga and Mario Zamponi Contentious Politics, Local Governance
Arunma O. Oteh (Eds) Zimbabwe – The Political Economy and the Self
African Voices – African Visions of Decline A Tanzanian Case Study
democratization • political development • Discussion Paper No. 27 (E) Research Report No. 129 (E)
globalization • future studies Zimbabwe • political development • economic Tanzania • Arumeru district • civil society •
2nd edition, 2004, 215 pp, 91-7106-530-X and social development • economic aspects • democracy • politics • social government
SEK 320, US$ 39.95 social aspects • cultural aspects 2004 • 75 pp • 91-7106-533-4
2005, 43 pp, 91-7106-541-5 SEK 110. US$ 13.95
Agbu, Osita SEK 90, US$ 12.95
Ethnic Militias and the Threat to Democ- Kössler, Reinhart, Henning Melber
racy in Post-Transition Nigeria Davids, Yul Derek, Christiaan Keulder, and Per Strand
Research Report No. 127 (E) Guy Lamb, Joao Pereira and Dirk Spilker Development from Below
Nigeria • armed forces • ethnic conflict • Compiled by Henning Melber A Namibian Case Study
demo-cratization • interethnic relations • Measuring Democracy and Human Rights Discussion Paper No. 21 (E)
militarism • violence in Southern Africa Southern Africa • Namibia • colonialism •
2004, 53 pp, 91-7106-525-3 Discussion Paper No. 18 (E) history • independence • globalization •
SEK 110, US$ 15.95 Mozambique • Namibia • South Africa • South- ethnicity • traditional culture • nation-building
ern Africa • democratization • liberation 2003, 32 pp, 91-7106-507-5
Akindès, Francis 2002, 49 pp, 91-7106-497-4 SEK 90, US$ 14.95
The Roots of the Military-Political Crises SEK 90, US$ 15.95
in Côte d’Ivoire L
Research Report No. 128 (E) Diagne, Souleymane Bachir, Amina Mama, Legassick, Martin
Côte d’Ivoire • citizenship • civil war • coup Henning Melber and Francis B. Nyamnjoh Armed Struggle and Democracy
d’état • ethnicity • Front Populaire Ivorien • Identities and Beyond: Rethinking The Case of South Africa
houphouetism • political development • Africanity Discussion Paper No. 20 (E)
Rassemblement de Républicains Discussion Paper No. 12 (E) South Africa • armed struggle • democracy •
2004, 46 pp, 91-7106-531-8 identity • political power • gender analysis liberation • ANC • historical analysis •
SEK 90, US$ 13.95 2001, 33 pp, 91-7106-487-7 political culture
SEK 100, US$16.95
B 2002, 62 pp, 91-7106-504-0
E SEK 110, US$ 16.95
Benjaminsen, Tor A. and
Christian Lund (Eds) Englund, Harri (Ed.) Leith, J. Clark and Ludvig Söderling
Politics, Property and Production in the A Democracy of Chameleons Ghana – Long Term Growth, Atrophy
West African Sahel Politics and Culture in the New Malawi • and Stunted Recovery
Understanding Natural Resources Malawi • culture • politics Research Report No. 125 (E)
Management 2002, 210 pp, 91-7106-499-0 Ghana • post-independence • political develop-
West Africa • natural resources • land owner- SEK 220, US$ 29.95 ment • economic policy • economic reform •
ship • agriculture H economic recession
2001, 333 pp, 91-7106-476-1 2003, 110 pp, 91-7106-514-8
Hendricks, Fred SEK 140, US$ 12.95
SEK 280, US$ 34.95
Fault-Lines in South African Democracy
Bigsten, Arne and Anders Danielson Continuing Crisis of Inequality and Injustice Lundahl, Mats (ed.)
Tanzania: Is the Ugly Duckling Finally Discussion Paper No. 22 (E)
Globalization and the Southern
Growing up? South Africa • post-apartheid • political transi- African Economies
A Report for the OECD project Research Report No. 130 (E)
tion • political development • democratization
“Emerging Africa” 2003, 32 pp, 91-7106-508-3 Southern Africa • globalization • international
Research Report No. 120 (E) SEK 90, US$ 14.95 economy • trade • economics • economic
Tanzania • economic policy • development • economic reform • labour
J market
structural adjustment
2001, 116 pp, 91-7106-474-5 Jega, Attahiru (ed.) 2004, 128 pp 91-7106-532-6
SEK 140, US$ 24.95 Identity Transformation and Identity SEK 140, US$ 13.95
Politics under Structural Adjustment in M
Broch-due, Vigdis and
Nigeria
Richard A. Schroeder (eds) Melber, Henning (ED)
Nigeria • structural adjustment • identity •
Producing Nature and Poverty in Africa economics Media, Public Discourse and Political
natural resources • poverty • environmental
2000, 235 pp, 91-7106-456-7 Contestation in Zimbabwe
management Current African Isues No. 27
SEK 220, US$ 27.95
2000, 350 pp, 91-7106-452-4 Zimbabwe • civil rights • freedom of
SEK 250, US$ 29.95 Juma, Monica Kathina and information • journalism • mass media •
Astri Suhrke (Eds) political development • press
C Eroding Local Capacity 2004, 39 pp, 91-7106-534-2
Campbell, Bonnie (ed.) International Humanitarian Action in Africa SEK 90, US$ 10.95
Regulating Mining in Africa Kenya • Somalia • Tanzania • Uganda •
Melber, Henning (ED.)
For whose benefit? humanitarian assistance • emergency relief •
Discussion Paper No. 26 (E)
Re-examining Liberation in Namibia
capacity building • local planning • regional
Africa • environment • legislation • mining •
Political Cultures since Independence
cooperation
Namibia • independence • liberation • political
mining development • mining policy 2002, 203 pp, 91-7106-502-4
culture • reconciliation • post-colonialism •
2004, 89 pp, 91-7106-527-X SEK 220, US$ 29.95
human rights
SEK 110, US$ 13.95
K 2003, 149 pp, 91-7106-516-4
Campbell, Bonnie (Ed.) SEK 200, US$ 24.95
Kamete, Amin Y.
Enjeux des nouvelles réglementations Governing the Poor in Harare, Zimbabwe Melber, Henning
minières en Afrique Shifting Perceptions and Changing
Documents de Recherche 3 (E)
The New African Initiative and
Responses the African Union
Not available in the US.
Research Report No. 122 (E) A Preliminary Assessment and
2004. 97 pp, 91-7106-528-8
Zimbabwe • Harare • urban population • pov- Documentation
SEK 100
erty • urban policy • governance • elections Current African Issues No. 25 (E)
D 2002, 67 pp, 91-7106-503-2 African Union • political development
Dahl, Gudrun SEK 110, US$ 16.95 2001, 35 pp, 91-7106-486-9
Responsibility and Partnership in Swedish Kanyinga, Karuti SEK 80, US$ 12.95
Aid Discourse Re-Distribution from Above Melber, Henning
Discussion Paper No. 9 (E) development aid • The Politics of Land Rights and Squatting and Christopher Saunders
partnership in Coastal Kenya Transition in Southern Africa –
2001, 32 pp, 91-7106-473-7 Research Report No.115 (E) Comparative Aspects
SEK 100, US$ 12.95 Kenya • resettlement • land rights • Two Lectures
structural adjustment Discussion Paper No. 10 (E)
2000, 126 pp, 91-7106-464-8 apartheid • democracy • liberation
SEK 140, US$ 21.95 2001, 28 pp, 91-7106-480-X
SEK 100, US$ 10,95

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Melber, Henning, Richard Cornwell, Olukotun, Ayo Stiansen, Endre


Jephthah Gathaka and Smokin Wanjala Repressive State and Resurgent Media and Jane I. Guyer (eds)
The New Partnership for Africa’s under Nigeria’s Military Dictatorship, Credit, Currencies and Culture
Development (NEPAD) 1988–98 African Financial Institutions in Historical
– African Perspectives Research Report No. 126 (E) Perspective
Discussion Paper No. 16 (E) Nigeria • media • press • military govern- financial institutions • islamic banking •
international cooperation • partnership • ment • censorship • political opposition • economic history • credit • currencies
capacity building democratization 1999, 174 pp, 91-7106-442-7
2002, 36 pp, 91-7106-492-3 2004, 136 pp, 91-7106-524-5 SEK 200, US$ 24.95
SEK 90, US$ 14.95 SEK 140, US$ 15.95 Suttner, Raymond (Ed.)
Mohamoda, Dahilon Yassin P Africa in the New Millennium
Nile Basin Cooperation Poluha, Eva
Discussion Paper No. 13
A Review of the Literature political reform • globalization
The Power of Continuity
Current African Issues No. 26 (E) 2001, 49 pp, 91-7106-488-5
Ethiopia through the Eyes of its Children
Nile river • water resources • regional SEK 90, US$ 18.95
Ethiopia • children • childhood • child rearing
cooperation • literature surveys • cultural identity • ethnicity • family environ- Swantz, Lloyd
2003, 41 pp, 91-7106-512-1 ment • gender roles • school environment • The Medicine Man among the Zaramo
SEK 90, US$ 12.95 social values of Dar es Salaam
Moyo, Sam 2004 • 217 pp • 91-7106-535-0 Tanzania • traditional medicine • ethnic groups
Land Reform under Structural SEK 270, US$ 35 • anthropology
Adjustment in Zimbabwe 1990, 159 pp, 91-7106-299-8
R
Land Use Change in the Mashonaland SEK 90, US$ 22.50
Provinces Rakner, Lise
Political and Economic Liberalisation in
W
Zimbabwe • land policy • structural adjustment
2000, 225 pp, 91-7106-457-5 Zambia 1991–2001 Weiss, Herbert
SEK 200, US$ 24.95 Zambia • economic development • economic War and Peace in the Democratic
reform • donors • political development Republic of the Congo
Mupedziswa, Rodreck and 2003, 235 pp, 91-7106-506-7 Current African Issues No. 22 (E)
Perpetua Gumbo SEK 220, US$ 27.95 Congo DR • Zaire • Central Africa • war • conflict
Women Informal Traders in Harare resolution • peace agreement • history • post
and the Struggle for Survival in an Riehl, Volker
war
Environment of Economic Reforms Who is ruling in South Sudan?
2000, 28 pp, 91-7106-458-3
Research Report No. 117 (E) The role of NGOs in rebuilding socio-
SEK 80, US$ 7.95
Zimbabwe • structural adjustment • political order
Studies on Emergencies and Disaster Relief Weiss, Herbert
informal sector • women
2000, 121 pp, 91-7106-469-9,
No. 9 (E) Krig och Fred i Demokratiska Republiken
SEK 140, US$ 24.95
Sudan • conflicts Kongo
2001, 22 pp, 91-7106-485-0 Afrikafakta nr 8 (E)
N SEK 90, US$ 12.95 Demokratiska Republiken Kongo • Congo DR •
Negash, Tekeste S Central Africa • war • conflict resolution • peace
Eritrea and Ethiopia agreement
Saasa, Oliver 2000, 35 pp, 91-7106-459-1
The Federal Experience
with Jerker Carlsson SEK 80
Eritrea • Ethiopia • state • civil war
Aid and Poverty Reduction in Zambia
1997, 234 pp, 91-7106-406-0 Weiss, Holger (ed.)
Mission Unaccomplished
SEK 200, US$ 26.95 Social Welfare in Muslim Societies in Africa
Zambia • Southern Africa • poverty • economic
Neocosmos, Michael, Raymond Suttner conditions • development aid Ghana • Morocco • Nigeria • Senegal • Sudan
and Ian Taylor 2002, 141 pp, 91-7106-489-3 • economics • education • islamic countries •
Compiled by Henning Melber SEK 220, US$ 32.95 religion • social welfare • sufism
Political Cultures in Democratic 2002, 189 pp, 91-7106-481-8
Sachikonye, lloyd M. SEK 230, US$ 32.95
South Africa
Restructuring or De-Industrializing?
Discussion Paper No. 19 (E) Wohlgemuth, Lennart, Samantha Gibson,
Zimbabwe’s Textile and Metal Industries under
South Africa • Southern Africa • STephan Klasen and Emma Rothschild
Structural Adjustment
democratization • human rights • (eds)
Research Report No. 110 (E)
nation building • reconciliation • ANC Common Security and Civil Society
Zimbabwe • industry • structural adjustment
2002, 52 pp, 91-7106-498-2 in Africa
1999, 107 pp, 91-7106-444-3
SEK 110, US$ 14.95 civil society • conflicts • international security
SEK 140, US$ 12.95
Nzongola-Ntalaja, Georges 1999, 216 pp, 91-7106-450-8
Saugestad, Sidsel SEK 260, US$ 35
From Zaire to the
The Inconvenient Indigenous
Democratic Republic of the Congo Z
Remote Area Development in Botswana, Donor
Current African Issues 28 (E)
Assistance and the First People Zewde, Bahru and
DRC • authoritarianism • democratization •
of the Kalahari Siegfried Pausewang (Eds)
legitimacy • politics
Second revised edition 2004, 23 pp,
Botswana • anthropology • indigenous people Ethiopia – The Challenge of Democracy
91-7106-538-5
2001, 230 pp, 91-7106-475-3 from Below
SEK 220, US$ 34.95 Published in co-operation with
SEK 90, US$ 24.95
Schlyter, Ann Forum for Social Studies, Addis Ababa
O Ethiopia • democratization • governance • local
Multi-Habitation
Obi, Cyril I. Urban housing and everyday life in government • traditional authority • peasantry
The Changing Forms of Identity Politics Chitungwiza, Zimbabwe • land reform • political power
in Nigeria under Economic Adjustment Research Report No. 123 (E) 2002, 215 pp, 91-7106-501-6
The Case of the Oil Minorities Movement Zimbabwe • urban housing • home ownership SEK 220, US$ 29.95
of the Niger Delta • living conditions
Research Report No. 119 (E) 2003, 77 pp, 91-7106-511-3
Nigeria • structural adjustment • ethnic groups SEK 110, US$ 12.95
• petroleum industry
Silberschmidt, Margrethe
2000, 124 pp, 91-7106-471-0
SEK 140, US$ 24.95
“Women Forget That Men Are the Masters”
Gender Antagonism and Socio-Economic
Okuku, Juma Change in Kisii District, Kenya
Ethnicity, State Power and the Kenya • social values • social change • gender
Democratisation Process in Uganda 1999, 186 pp, 91-7106-439-7
Discussion Paper No. 17 (E) SEK 200, US$ 25
Uganda • ethnicity • political development •
Slim, Hugo
democratization
2002, 42 pp, 91-7106-493-1
Doing the Right Thing
SEK 90, US$ 14.95
Relief Agencies, Moral Dilemmas and Moral
Responsibility in Political Emergencies and War
Studies on Emergencies and Disaster Relief No. 6
ethics • humanitarian aid
1997, 18 pp, 912-7106-407-9
SEK 60, US$ 8.95

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Title INDEX
A G Politics, Property and Production
A Democracy of Chameleons 11 Ghana – Long Term Growth, Atrophy in the West African Sahel 11
Africa, Regional Cooperation and and Stunted Recovery 11 Poverty, Income Distribution and
the World Market 1 Globalization and the Southern Labour Markets in Ethiopia 1
Africa in the New Millennium 12 African Economies 11 The Power of Continuity 12
African Families in a Global Context 9 Governing the Poor in Harare, Producing Nature and Poverty
African Voices – African Visions 11 Zimbabwe 11 in Africa 11
Afrikabild för partnerskap? 10 Guerrilla Government 8 R
Afrika i det tjugonde seklet 10 H Re-Distribution from Above 11
Aid and Poverty Reduction in Haraka, Haraka … Look before Re-examining Liberation in Namibia 11
Zambia 12 you leap 6 Re-living the Second Chimurenga 3
Armed Struggle and Democracy 11 History Making and Present Re-thinking Sexualities in Africa 2
Associational Life in African Cities 9 Day Politics 9 Rebels and Robbers 6
Att studera Afrika 10 How to Be a ‘Proper’ Woman in Reconsidering Informality 9
AU, NEPAD and the APRM 4 the Times of HIV and AIDS 5 Regulating Mining in Africa 11
B I Repressive State and Resurgent
Beyond Territory and Scarcity 4 Identities and Beyond: Rethinking Media under Nigeria’s Military
Bistånd på utvecklingens villkor 10 Africanity 11 Dictatorship, 1988–98 12
C Identity Transformation and Identity Responsibility and Partnership in
Chad – Towards Democratisation or Politics under Sructural Adjustment Swedish Aid Discourses 11
Petro-Dictatorship? 3 in Nigeria 11 Restructuring or De-Industrializing? 12
The Changing Forms of Identity The Inconvenient Indigenous 12 The Roots of the Military-Political
Politics in Nigeria 12 Crises in Côte d’Ivoire 11
K
Chelewa, Chelewa – The Dilemma Kortfattad swahili-svensk/ S
of Teenage Girls 6 svensk-swahili ordbok 10 Same and Other 8
Common Security and Civil Society Krig och Fred i Demokratiska The Security-Development Nexus 2
in Africa 12 Republiken Kongo 12 Skinning The Skunk 8
Contentious Politics, Local Governance Social Welfare in Muslim Societies 12
L State Recognition of Traditional
and the Self 11
Land Reform under Structural Adjust- Authority in Mozambique 2
Credit, Currencies and Culture 12
ment in Zimbabwe 12 Succession of Faure Gnassingbe
D Legacies of Power 4
Denmark and National Liberation to the Togolese Presidency 3
Liberation in Southern Africa – Sweden and National Liberation
in Southern Africa 16 Regional and Swedish Voices 16
Development from Below 11 in Southern Africa 16
M T
Diasporas Within and Without Africa 6
Measuring Democracy and Human Tales of the Nation 1
Doing the Right Thing 12
Rights in Southern Africa 11 Tanzania: Is the Ugly Duckling Finally
E Media, Public Discourse and Political
Education in Ethiopia 7 Growing up? 11
Contestation in Zimbabwe 11 Trade, Development, Cooperation 7
Encounter Images in the Meetings The Medicine Man among the Zaramo
between Africa and Europe 8 Transition in Southern Africa –
of Dar es Salaam 12 Comparative Aspects 11
Enjeux des nouvelles réglementations Micro-Regionalism in West Africa 9
minières en Afrique 11 Transitions in Namibia 7
Models for Life 5
Eritrea and Ethiopia 12 Multi-Habitation 12 V
Eroding Local Capacity 11 Votes, Money and Violence 1
N
Ethiopia – The Challenge of
Navigating Youth, Generating U
Democracy from Below 12 Umleavyo – The Dilemma of Parenting 6
Adulthood 3
Ethnicity, State Power and the W
The New African Initiative and the
Democratisation Process in Uganda 12 War and Peace in the Democratic
African Union 11
Ethnic Militias and the Threat to Demo- Republic of the Congo 12
The New Partnership for Africa’s
cracy in Post-Transition Nigeria 11 The Western Sahara Conflict 7
Development (NEPAD) 12
Extended Handshake or Wrestling Who is Ruling in South Sudan? 12
Nile Basin Cooperation 12
Match? 5 Women and the Remaking of Politics
Norway and National Liberation in
F Southern Africa 16 in Southern Africa 5
Fault-Lines in South African Women Forget That Men Are the
P
Democracy 11 Masters 12
Playing with Identities in Con-
Finland and National Liberation Women Informal Traders in Harare
temporary Music in Africa 8
in Southern Africa 16 and the Struggle for Survival in an
Political and Economic Liberalisation
From Zaire to the Democratic Environment of Economic Reforms 12
in Zambia 12
Republic of the Congo 12 Z
Political Cultures in Democratic
South Africa 12 Zimbabwe – The Political Economy
of Decline 11

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AUTHORS’ INDEX
A K R
Adesida, Olugbenga 11 Kamete, Amin Y. 11 Rakner, Lise 12
Agbu, Osita 11 Kanyinga, Karuti 11 Richey, Lisa Ann 5
Akindès, Francis 11 Kebede, Bereket 1 Riehl, Volker 12
Arnfred, Signe 2 Kebonang, Zein 4 Rolandsen, Øystein H. 8
B Kelsall, Tim 11 Rothschild, Emma 12
Basedau, Matthias 1 Keulder, Christiaan 11 Rwebangira, Magdalena K. 6
Benjaminsen, Tor A. 11 Kirkegaard, Annemette 8 Rylander, Kristina 10
Bigsten, Arne 1, 11 Klasen, Stephan 12 S
Birch-Thomsen, Torben 4 Kössler, Reinhart 11 Saasa, Oliver 12
Broch-Due, Vigdis 11 Kyed, Helene Maria 2 Sachikonye, lloyd M. 12
Brüntrup, Michael 1 L Saugestad, Sidsel 12
Bull-Christiansen, Lene 1 Lamb, Guy 11 Saunders, Christopher 11
Buur, Lars 2 Lazarus, Jeffrey V. 5 Schlyter, Ann 12
C Legassick, Martin 11 Schroeder, Richard A. 11
Campbell, Bonnie 11 Leith, J. Clark 11 Sellström, Tor 16
Christiansen, Catrine 3, 5 Liljeström, Rita 6 Shimeles, Abebe 1
Chung, Fay King 3 Lodhi, Abdulaziz Y. 10 Silberschmidt, Margrethe 12
Cornwell, Richard 12 Lukalo, Fibian Kavulani 5 Slim, Hugo 12
Lund, Christian 11 Söderbaum, Fredrik 9
D
Lundahl, Mats 11 Söderling, Ludvig 11
Dahl, Gudrun 11
M Soiri, Iina 16
Danielson, Anders 11
Malaquias , Assis 6 Southall, Roger 4
Dansereau, Suzanne 11
Mama, Amina 11 Spilker, Dirk 11
Davids, Yul Derek 11
Manger , Leif 6 Stepputat, Finn 2
Davidson, Basil 10
Mehler, Andreas 1 Stiansen, Endre 12
Diagne, Souleymane Bachir 11
Melber, Henning 1, 4, 7, 11, 12 Stolten, Hans Erik 9
E Strand, Per 11
Mohamoda, Dahilon Yassin 12
Ebeku, S.A. Kaniye 3 Suhrke, Astri 11
Morgenstierne, Christopher 16
Englund, Harri 11 Suttner, Raymond 12
Moyo, Sam 12
Erdmann, Gero 1 Swantz, Lloyd 12
Mupedziswa, Rodreck 12
Eriksen, Tore Linné 16
Erikson Baaz, Maria 8 N T
Negash, Tekeste 7, 12 Taylor, Ian 1, 9, 12
Eriksson, Hans 3
Neocosmos, Michael 12 Therborn, Göran 9
F Tostensen, Arne 9
Ntukula, Mary 6
Fombad, Charles Manga 4 Tumbo-Masabo, Zubeida 6
Nyamnjoh, Francis B. 11
G Nyanzi, Stella 5 Tvedten, Inge 9
Gathaka, Jephthah 12 Nzongola-Ntalaja, Georges 12 U
Gausset, Quentin 4 Utas, Mats 3
Geisler, Gisela 5
O
Gibson, Samantha 12
Obi, Cyril I. 12 V
Okuku, Juma 12 Vaa, Mariken 9
Gumbo, Perpetua 12
Olsson, Claes 7 Vigh, Henrik E. 3
Guyer, Jane I. 12
Olukotun, Ayo 12 W
H Østergaard, Lise Rosendal 5 Wanjala, Smokin 12
Hagströmer, Björn 3 Oteh, Arunma O. 11 Weiss, Herbert 12
Hansen, Karen Tranberg 9 Otterbrandt, Tommy 10 Weiss, Holger 12
Hendricks, Fred 11
P Whyte, Michael 4
J Palmberg, Mai 8, 10 Wohlgemuth, Lennart 10, 12
Jassey, Katja 5 Pausewang, Siegfried 12
Jega, Attahiru 11
Z
Peltola, Pekka 16 Zamponi, Mario 11
Jensen, Steffen 2 Pereira, Joao 11 Zewde, Bahru 12
Juma, Monica Kathina 11 Poluha, Eva 12
Primorac, Ranka 8

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SUBJECT INDEX
A economic conditions 1, 12 international economy 11
access to health care 5 economic development 1 1, 12 international law 3
adolescents 3, 6 economic history 12 international relations 2
Africa 1, 3, 7, 9, 11 economic policy 1 1 international security 12
African cities 9 economic recession 11 international trade 1
African organizations 4 economic reform 11, 12 islamic banking 12
Africans 6 economics 11, 12 islamic countries 12
African Union 4, 11 education 6, 12 Ivory Coast 8
Africa south of Sahara 1, 5 educational crisis 7 J
agricultural markets 1 educational systems 7 journalism 11
agriculture 11 elections 1, 3, 11
K
AIDS 5 electoral systems 1
Kenya 5, 11, 12
AIDS prevention 5 emergency relief 11
ANC 11, 12 English language 7 L
environment 11 labour market 1, 11
Angola 6
environmental management 11 land ownership 1 1
anthropology 12
environmentel degradation 4 land policy 12
apartheid 11
eonomic and social development 7 land reform 12
armed forces 11
Eritrea 12 land rights 11
armed struggle 11
ethics 12 land use 9
army 8
Ethiopia 1, 7, 12 languages of instruction 7
arts 8
Ethiopic languages 7 legal aspects 4
Arumeru district 11
ethnic conflict 11 legislation 11
attitudes 5
ethnic groups 12 legitimacy 12
authoritarianism 12
ethnicity 11, 12 Lesotho 4
B liberation 3, 11
behavioural sciences 5 European Union 1, 7
literature 1, 8
biographies 3 F literature surveys 12
Botswana 12 family 9
living conditions 3, 4, 9, 12
boundaries 4 family environment 12
local government 2, 12
Burkina Faso 4 family law 6
local planning 11
C family structure 9
feminism 1, 5 M
Cameroon 4 Malawi 11
capacity building 11, 12 financial institutions 12
foreign trade 7 marriage 6
Cape Verde 8 mass media 11
case studies 3, 9 freedom of information 11
Front Populaire Ivorien 11 Matabeleland 1
censorship 12 media 12
Central Africa 12 future studies 11
medical care 5
Chad 3, 8 G medicinal drugs 5
childhood 12 Gambia 5
migrants 6
child rearing 6, 12 gender 6, 12
migration 6
children 3, 6, 12 gender analysis 11
militarism 1 1
child welfare 6 gender equality 5
military government 12
cinema 8 gender relations 5
mining 11
citizenship 2, 11 gender roles 9, 12
mining development 11
civil rights 11 generations 6
mining policy 11
civil society 9, 11, 12 Ghana 4, 9, 11, 12
mission history 8
civil war 3, 6, 8, 11, 12 globalization 1, 7, 11, 12
modernization 6
colonialism 7, 11 governance 3, 8, 11, 12
Morocco 12
communication 8 government 2, 8
Mozambique 2, 11
conflict resolution 12 government polic 4
multipartyism 1
conflicts 4, 7, 12 government policy 2
music 5, 8
Congo DR 12 H N
constitutions 3 Harare 11
Namibia 2, 7, 11
conventions 8 heads of state 3
nation-building 7, 11
Côte d’Ivoire 11 historical analysis 1 1
nationalism 1
coup d’état 11 history 1, 8, 11, 12
national liberation movements 3, 7
credit 12 HIV 5
national security 6
crime 2 home ownership 12
nation building 6, 12
cultural aspects 11 houphouetism 11
natural resources 4, 7, 11
cultural identity 8, 12 household income 1
NEPAD 1, 4
culture 8, 11 housing 9
NGOs 9
currencies 12 humanitarian aid 12
Niger 4, 9
customary law 6 humanitarian assistance 11
Nigeria 4, 8, 9, 11, 12
D human relations 3, 6
Nile river 1 2
decolonization 7 human rights 11, 12
nongovernmental organizations 5
democracy 1, 3, 11 human security 2
O
Democratic Republic of the Congo 4 I obstacles to development 6
democratisation 8 identity 1, 6, 11
democratization 3, 4, 11, 12 income distribution 1 P
demographic change 9 independence 3, 11 parents 6
Demokratiska Republiken Kongo 1 2 indigenous people 12 partnership 11, 12
development aid 7, 8, 11, 12 industry 12 peace 6
development strategy 4 informal sector 9, 12 peace agreement 12
diaspora 6 information campaigns 5 peaceful coexistence 2
donors 12 inheritance 3 peasantry 12
DRC 12 initiation 6 petroleum extraction 3, 8
petroleum industry 12
E institutional framework 4
interethnic relations 11 political aspects 6
East Africa 6
internal migration 6 political culture 11
economic and social
international cooperation 7, 12 political development 3, 7, 8, 11, 12
development 2, 3, 8, 11
international economic relations 1 political movements 5
economic aspects 1 1

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political opposition 12 resources management 4 trade agreements 7


political participation 2, 5 rites and ceremonies 6 trade liberalization 1, 7
political parties 1 S traditional authority 2, 12
political pluralism 1 Sahel 9 traditional culture 11
political power 6, 7, 11, 12 school environment 12 traditional leaders 2
political reform 8, 12 Senegal 1, 4, 8, 12 traditional medicine 12
political systems 1 sexuality 5, 6 U
political transition 11 social and cultural anthropology 3 Uganda 5, 8, 11, 12
politics 2, 5, 1, 112 social aspects 11 urban crisis 9
popular culture 5, 8 social change 5, 7, 12 urban housing 9, 12
post-apartheid 11 social environment 3 urban policy 11
post-colonialism 11 social government 11 urban population 11
post-conflict reconstruction 6 social problems 9 urban youth 5
post-independence 11 social structure 6 V
post war 12 social values 12 violence 2, 6, 11
poverty 1, 11, 12 social welfare 12
pregnancy 6 W
sociology 6
presidency 3 war 12
Somalia 11
press 11, 12 water resources 12
South Africa 2, 5, 8, 9, 11, 12
public health 5 West Africa 9, 11
Southern Africa 5, 11, 12
Western Sahara 7
R southern Sudan 8
women 6, 12
racial discrimination 8 state 2, 12
women’s participation 5
Rassemblement de Républicains 11 structural adjustment 11, 12
women’s role 5
reconciliation 11, 12 Sudan 4, 8, 12
regional cooperation 1, 9, 11, 12 Sudan people´s liberation movement 8 Y
regional development 9 sufism 12 youth 3, 6
regional integration 1, 9 Yvonne Vera 1
T
regionalization 9 Tanzania 6, 8, 11, 12 Z
regional security 2 television 8 Zaire 12
religion 12 theatre 8 Zambia 12
resettlement 11 Togo 3 ZANU 3
resources exploitation 7 trade 11 Zimbabwe 1, 2, 3, 8, 11, 12

National Liberation in Southern Africa:


The Role of the Nordic Countries
A series of 6 volumes

A valuable reference source for everyone interested in


the late 20th century history of Southern Africa
Sellström, Tor Soiri, IINA and Pekka PEltola
Sweden and National Liberation Finland and National Liberation
in Southern Africa in Southern Africa
Volume I: Formation of a Popular Opinion (1950–1970) Southern Africa • foreign relations • national liberation
Southern Africa • foreign relations • national liberation move- movements
ments 1999, 213 pp, hard cover, 91-7106-431-1
1999, 541 pp, 91-7106-430-3 SEK 200, US$ 24.95
SEK 490, US$ 69.95
Volume II: Solidarity and Assistance 1970–1994 Morgenstierne, Christopher
Southern Africa • foreign relations • national liberation move- Denmark and National Liberation in Southern Africa
ments Southern Africa • foreign relations • national liberation move-
2002, 912 pp, 91-7106-448-6 ments
SEK 590, US$ 89.95 2003, 142 pp, 91-7106-517-2
SEK 200, US$ 25
Sellström, Tor (ed.)
Liberation in Southern Africa
Eriksen, Tore Linné (ed.)
—Regional and Swedish Voices
Interviews from Angola, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa,
Norway and National Liberation in Southern Africa
Southern Africa • national liberation movements • trade unions
Zimbabwe, the Frontline and Sweden
2000, 416 pp, 91-7106-447-8
Southern Africa • foreign relations • national liberation
SEK 390, US$ 49.95
movements
1999 (2nd edition 2002), 365 pp, 91-7106-500-8,
SEK 280, US$ 35

16 Books on Africa 2006/2007


— research at the nordic africa institute —

Ongoing programmes and projects


For more information, please contact the respective co-ordinator

Cultural Images in and of Africa


Mai Palmberg, Finland
(Started in 1995)

Sexuality, Gender and Society in Africa


Signe Arnfred, Denmark (until Dec. 2006)
(Started in 2000)

Liberation and Democracy in Southern Africa


Henning Melber, Namibia (until Oct. 2006)
(Started in 2001)

Gender and Age in African Cities


Amin Kamete, Zimbabwe
(Started in 2003)

Collective Organisation among Informal Workers in African Cities


Ilda Lourenço-Lindell, Sweden
(Started in 2004)

Youth and Marginality in Urban Sierra Leone


Mats Utas, Sweden
(Started in 2004)

Post-Conflict Transition, the State and Civil Society in Africa


Cyril I. Obi , Nigeria
(Started in 2005)

Youth’s Independent Migration from Rural Burkina Faso


to Ouagadougou
Dorte Thorsen, Denmark
(Started in 2005)

Currencies of Transformation in Africa:


Changing Resource Regimes in Times of Uncertainty
Amanda Hammar, Zimbabwe
(Started in 2006)

Land Governance, Sustainability and Poverty in Rural


Ethiopia, Tanzania and Zimbabwe
Kjell Havnevik, Norway
(Started in 2006)

Poor Rural Women as Co-managers of Protected Areas


in South Africa – A Viable Option?
Lisbeth Larsson-Lidén, Sweden
(Started in 2006)

Persons and Property in Kilimanjaro


– Claims, Development, and Legal Anthropology
Knut Christian Myhre, Norway
(Started in 2006)
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