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  • West Africa


2254 Davidheiser, M., Luna, A. M., From complementarity to conflict: a historical analysis of farmer-Fulbe relations in West Africa. African journal on conflict resolution 2008 8 1 77–104
2255 de Jong, F., Rowlands, M., Reconsidering heritage and memory, in Reclaiming heritage, pp. 13–29. (Item No. 2256)
2256 de Jong, F., Rowlands, M. (eds), Reclaiming heritage: alternative imaginaries of memory in West Africa. Walnut Creek Left Coast Press 2007 270 pp.
2257 Fardon, R., Fusions, masquerades and thought style east of the Niger-Benue Confluence, West Africa. London Safforn 2007 207 pp.
2258 Kriger, C.E., Cloth in West African history. Lanham Altamira 2006 213 pp.
2259 Roberts, T., Comparative fieldwork experiences in three neighbouring West African countries [Ghana, Togo, Benin]. Ufahamu 2006 33 1 54–74


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2260 Binam, J.N., Gockowski, J., Nkamleu, G.B., Technical efficiency and productivity potential of cocoa farmers in West African countries. Developing economies 2008 46 3 242–63
2261 Fields-Black, E.L., Deep Roots: rice farmers in West Africa and the African diaspora. Bloomington Indiana University Press 2008 277 pp.


2262 Bâ, C.M., Apport des cosmogonies dogon à la problématique de l’«origine» de la civilisation: la nécessité du tragique au sein de la divinité, in Diop, B.M. and Dieng, D. (eds), La conscience historique africaine, pp. 165–72. (Item No. 542)
2263 Fardon, R., Cosmopolitan nations, national cosmopolitans, in Werbner, P. (ed.), Anthropology and the new cosmopolitanism, pp. 233–59. (Item No. 149)
2264 Kuczynski, L., Attachement, blocage, blindage. Autour de quelques figures de la sorcellerie chez les marabouts ouest-africains en région parisienne. Cahiers d’études africaines 2008 48 1–2 237–66
2265 Mandel, J-J., Les rétrécisseurs de sexe, chronique d’une rumeur sorcière. Cahiers d’études africaines 2008 48 1–2 185–208
2266 McNaughton, P., A Bird Dance near Saturday city: Sidi Ballo and the art of the West African [End Page 140] masquerade. Bloomington Indiana University Press 2008 300 pp.


2267 Coester, M., Desilencing diasporic memory/ies in knowledge production on Highlife. African and Black diaspora 2008 1 1 73–86
2268 DjeDje, J.G., Fiddling in West Africa: touching the spirit in Fulbe, Hausa and Dagomba cultures. Bloomington Indiana University Press 2008 337 pp.
2269 Micheli, C.A., Doubles and twins: a new approach to contemporary studio photography in West Africa. African arts 2008 41 1 66–67, 70–85
2270 Okagbue, O., Through other eyes and voices: women in ‘Koteba’ and ‘Mnonwu’ performances. African performance review 2007 1 2/3 114–29
2271 Rush, D., The Idea of “India” in west African Vodun art and thought, in Hawley, J.C. (ed.), India in Africa, Africa in India, pp. 149–80. (Item No. 715)


2272 Bremond, L. and others, Definition of grass biomes from phytolists in West Africa. Journal of biogeography 2008 35 11 2039–48
2273 Kindt, R. and others, Species accumulation within land use and tree diameter categories in Burkina Faso, Mali, Nigeria and Senegal. Biodiversity and conservation 2008 17 8 1883–1905

Current Affairs

2274 Aning, K., From ‘voluntary’ to a ‘binding’ process: towards the securitisation of small arms. Journal of contemporary African studies 2008 20 2 169–81
2275 Chauveau, J-P., Richards, P., West African insurgencies in agrarian perspective: Côte d’Ivoire and Sierra Leone compared. Journal of agrarian change 2008 8 4 515–52
2276 Jaye, T., The Security culture of the ECOWAS: origins, development and the challenge of child trafficking. Journal of contemporary African studies 2008 20 2 151–68
2277 Keenan, J., Resource exploitation, repression and resistance in the Sahara-Sahel: the rise of the rentier state in Algeria, Chad and Niger, in Omeje, K.C. (ed.), Extractive economies and conflicts in the global South, pp. 160–79. (Item No. 91)
2278 Schmitz, J., Migrants ouestafricains vers l’Europe: historicité et espace moraux. Politique africaine 2008 109 5–15
2279 Taylor, I., Williams, P.D., Political culture, states elites and regional security in West Africa. Journal of contemporary African studies 2008 20 2 137–49

Economic and Social History

2280 Austin, G., Uche, C.U., Collusion...


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