1999 Volume 21


Number 1

Note from the Editor
1

Letter from the President
2

AFSAAP ’99
3

Articles  
Violence, fragmentation & reconciliation in the Sudan – Michael Humphrey
4-12

New historical studies of Islam in Africa – Randall L. Pouwels
13-15

“Use him, he’s only here for two years!” – Mike Parry
16-19

Book Reviews
Jean-Francois Bayart, Stephen Ellis & Béatrice Hibou, The criminalization of the state in Africa – Scott MacWilliam
20-21

Patrick Chabal and Jean-Pascale Daloz, Africa Works: Disorder as a political instrument David Moore
22-24

Terje Tveldt, Angels of mercy or development diplomats? NGOs and Foreign Aid; Thorvald Gran, Aid and entrepreneurship in Tanzania: The Norwegian Development Agency’s contribution to entrepreneurial mobilization in the Public Sector in Tanzania – Roger Woods
24-28

Holger Bernt Hansen & Michael Twaddle (eds.) Religion and politics in East Africa; Thomas Spear & Isaria N Kimambo (eds.) East African expressions of Christianity – Elizabeth Dimock
28-31

Max Lineger-Goumaz, Les USA et la France face á la Guinée Equatoriale á la fin du Xixe et du Xxe siécle: La continuité de l’Histoire
___________________, Guinée Equatoriale: ans d’etat délinquant nguemiste
___________________, Guinea Ecuatorial: Bibliografia General Volume X – Tony Simoes de Silva
31-33

Eddie Daniels, There and back – Robben Island 1964-1979 – Sheila Suttner
33-34

Holger Bernt Hansen & Michael Twaddle (eds.), Developing Uganda – Rae Porter
34-35

Patricia Hayes, Jeremy Silvester, Marion Wallace & Wolfram Hartmann (eds.) Namibia under South African rule: Mobility and containment, 1915-46 – Timothy Dauth
36-37

Tom Killion, Historical dictionary of Eritrea – Christine Mason
38-39

Taban lo Liyong, Reconstituting the Sudanese: My blueprint for the Sudan(s) after this war – Chaplain Kara Yokoju
39-40

About Research and Research Matters
“Abantu abaafa!” [People are dying!]: Old age in contemporary Uganda – Alun Williams
41-42

Post-Apartheid South Africa: An assessment of liberation and transformation perspectives in the era of globalization – Steve Rametse
42-43

Controlling Newcastle disease in village chickens in Mozambique – Robyn Alders
43-44

Notes and News

The Human Rights and Peace Centre, Kampala
46

South African Visiting Fellow in Environmental History
47

The Archive for Contemporary Affairs, Bloemfontein, S.A.
48

Zimbabwe International Book Fair 1999
48

Colonial memoirs: The passing of a genre
49-50

Makerere University Institute of Social Research, Golden Jubilee 1948-1998
50

Commemorating the British Overseas Civil Service
51

Jim Gale Memorial African Scholarship Trust Fund to close
51-52

Developing Service Delivery (Model(s) for African communities In Victoria through mapping & consultations
52

ACFOA Africa Working Group
53

Sudan Conference at Macquarie University
53-54

AFSAAP hosts diplomats in Canberra
54

African Research Institute La Trobe University
54

Horn of Africa Forum
54

ASCWA in Perth
55

Curtin University Forum; Curtin Africa Teaching and Learning Group People
55-56

Conferences
57-58

AFSAAP
59


Number 2

Buriani Mwalimu Nyerere
1-2

Notes from the Editor
3

AFSAAP 2000
4

Articles
Women, resistance and the armed struggle in Southern Africa – Tanya Lyons and Mark Israel
5-11

Challenging Apartheid: The Grace Vaughn Memorial Lecture 1999 Sheila Suttner
12-19

Review Articles
Window into the nature of conflict – Michael Humphrey
20-25

Patrick Bond’s big, bountiful, beautiful book – David Moore
26

Book Reviews
Mahmood Mandani and Joe Oloko-Onyango (eds), Uganda: Studies in living conditions, popular movements, and constitutionalism; Sabiti Makara, Geoffrey Tukahebwa and Foster Byurugaba (eds). Politics, constitutionalism, and electioneering in Uganda; Apollo Nsibambi (ed), Decentralisation and civil society in Uganda: The quest for good governance – Pal Ahluwahlia
30-32

Brian Bunting. Moses Katane: South African revolutionary – Simon Adams
32-35

Ali A and Alimin M. Mazrui, The power of Babel: Language and governance in the African experience – Bill Ashcroft
35-36

Eric Silla, People are not the same: Leprosy and identity in Twentieth Century Mali – Alun Williams
37-38

Anne Kelk Mager, Gender and the making of a South African revolution. A social history of the Ciskei, 1945-1959 – Penelope Hetherington
38-39

Ezenwa Ohaeto. Chinua Achebe: A biography – Dianne Schwerdt
39-40

James C McCann, Green land, brown land, black land: An environmental history of Africa, 1800-1990 – Mary Paton
40-41

Jan-Bart Gewald, Herero heroes: A socio-political history of the Herero of Namibia, 1890-1923 – Timothy Dauth
41-44

Richard Joseph (ed), State, conflict and democracy in Africa – David Moore
44-47

About Research and Research Matters
Images of East African history in Gulf Arab intellectualism in the 1990s – Dennis Walter
48-51

Centre for African Studies, University of Mumbai
52

New map of the Indian Ocean region
52

Notes and news
53-62

Administering Empire conference: British Colonial Service in retrospect

NGO position paper on Africa

Australian aid to Africa

ACFOA seminar on Africa

Sudan: Another forgotten war

African Communities Council (NSW) Inc

Forum of Australia’s African Communities

Chad Social Justice Bouladeouje

APHEDA – Union Aid Abroad – in Africa

Mozambique Visitor for CAA Education Now Campaign

African Research Institute, La Trobe University

Curtin African Teaching and Research Group

African Studies Centre in WA (ASCWA)

People
62

AFSAAP news
63-68