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1 Special issue: engaging with a legacy: Nehemia Levtzion (1935-2003). Canadian journal of African studies 2008 42 2-3
2 Abungu, G., ICCROM and Africa: changing the cultural landscape in museums and immovable heritage. Museum International 2009 61 3 62-70
3 Adebayo, A., Adesina, O.O. (eds),Globalization and transnational migration: Africa and Africans in the contemporary global system. Newcastle upon Tyne Cambridge Scholars Publishing 2009 361 pp.
4 Adibe, J. (ed.),Who is an African: identity, citizenship and the making of the African nation. London Adonis & Abbey 2009 241 pp.
5 Adu-Febiri, F., Globalization, indigenization, and tourism in sub-Saharan Africa, in Mensah, J. (ed.), Neoliberalism and globalization in Africa, pp. 93-111. (Item No. 48)
6 Aguilar, M.I.,Rethinking age in Africa: colonial, post-colonial and contemporary interpretations of cultural representations. Trenton Africa World Press 2007
7 Akinola, S.R., Knowledge generation, political action and African development: a polycentric approach. International journal of African Renaissance studies — multi-, inter- and transdisciplinarity 2007 2 2 217-38
8 Anyidoho, N.A., Identity and knowledge production in the fourth generation, in Beckman, B. and Adeoti, G. (eds), Intellectuals and African development, pp. 156-69. (Item No. 15)
9 Arazi, N., Cultural management in Africa: challenges, dangers and opportunities. Azania 2009 44 1 95-106
10 Aristide, J-B., The Psychological Renaissance. International journal of African Renaissance studies — multi-, interand transdisciplinarity 2006 1 1 164-74
11 Arnaut, K., Gouvernance et ethnographie en temps de crise: de l'étude des ordres émergents dans l'Afrique entre guerre et paix. Politique africaine 2008 111 5-21
12 Arowosegbe, J.O., The Social sciences and knowledge production in Africa: the contribution of Claude Ake. Afrika Spectrum 2008 43 3 333-51
13 Asante, M.K.,Maulana Karenga: an intellectual portrait. Cambridge Polity 2009 210 pp.
14 Baroin, C., Boutrais, J., Bétail et société en Afrique. Journal des Africanistes 2008 78 1-2 9-52
15 Beckman, B., Adeoti, G. (eds),Intellectuals and African development: pretension and resistance in African politics. Dakar, London CODESRIA, Zed Books 2006 178 pp.
16 Boesak, A., African renaissance and spirituality. International journal of African Renaissance studies — multi-, inter- and transdisciplinarity 2006 1 1 175-83
17 Bogues, A., The African Diaspora today: flows and motions. Radical history review 2009 103 215-19
18 Chabal, P.,Africa: the politics of suffering and smiling. London Zed Books 2009 212 pp.
19 Chabloz, N., Raout, J., Corps et âmes: conversations touristiques à l'africanité. Cahiers d'études africaines 2009 49 1-2 7-26
20 Claudio, F., The Role of AFSAAP and African Studies in Australia. Australasian review of African studies 2009 30 2 8-11
21 Cole, J., Thomas, L.M. (eds),Love in Africa. Chicago University of Chicago Press 2009 265 pp.
22 Colleyn, J-P., Devillez, F., Le tourisme et les images exotiques. Cahiers d'études africaines 2009 49 1-2 583-94
23 Comaroff, J.L., Comaroff, J.,Ethnicity, Inc. Chicago University of Chicago Press 2009 234 pp.
24 Damen, J., Electronic journals and African studies: an overview and some trends. African research & documentation 2009 109 9-14
25 de B'beri, B.E., Audette-Longo, M., Key concepts in the work of Arnold Shepperson: representing communication and collaboration. Critical arts 2009 23 2 153-70
26 De Bruijn, M., Nyamnjoh, F., Brinkman, I. (eds),Mobile phones: the new talking drums of everyday Africa. Leiden, Bamenda Afrika Studiecentrum, Langaa RPCIG 2009 173 pp.
27 Deme, M.K., Heroism and the supernatural in the African epic: towards a critical analyis. Journal of Black studies 2009 39 3 402-19
28 Eagleton, C., Fuller, H., Perkins, J. (eds),Money in Africa. London British Museum 2009 74 pp.
29 Englebert, P.,Africa: unity, sovereignty and sorrow. Boulder Lynne Rienner 2009 301 pp.
30 Falola, T., Agwuele, A. (eds),Africans and the politics of popular culture. Rochester University of Rochester Press 2009 333 pp.
31 Falola, T., Usman, A. (eds),Movements, borders and identities in Africa. Rochester University of Rochester Press 2009 318 pp.
32 Ferguson, J.,Global shadows: Africa in the neoliberal world order. Durham NC, London Duke University...



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