2000 Volume 22


Number 1

Obituary:  Michael Philip Cowen 1945 – 2000
1-2

Note from the Editor
3

Letter from the President
4
AFSAAP 2000
5

Articles
Institutional response to HIV/AIDS epidemic: Care for people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) and health seeking behaviour in Zambia – JRS Malungo
6-14

African Studies in Canada – Martin Klein
15-20

Why I gave up African Studies – Gavin Kitching
21-26

A peripatetic’s perspective on the 1999 Perth “New Perspectives” conference – David Moore
27-31

Review Article
Mapping North-East African identities – Christine Mason
32-38

Labour as the starting point of Capital reforms, naturally – Scott McWilliam
39-43

Autocratic elites and enfeebled masses – Kenneth Good
44-53

Book Reviews
Suzette Heald, Controlling anger: The anthropology of Gisu violence – Michael Humphrey
54-56

Mark Israel, South African political exiles in the UK – Lynette Simons
56-59

Teresa Barnes, We women worked so hard: Gender, urbanization and social reproduction in colonial Harare, Zimbabwe, 1930 – 1956 – Christine Sylvester
59-61

Christine Sylvester, Producing women and progress in Zimbabwe: Narrative of identity and work from the 1980s – Robert McCorquodale
62-63

R G Anderson (ed), Palm wine and leopards whiskers – David Lucas
63-64

Elizabeth Isechei, A history of African societies to 1870 – David Dorward
64-66

Zimbabwe Human Rights Bulletin – Robert McCorquodale
66-67

Congo essay – David Moore
68-71

Research Matters
Through the lens of tragedy: Learning about gender and age in the construction of community – Miroslava Prazak
72-79

The women of Rhodesia: Identity, positionality and experience of some white immigrant women in Western Australia – Eleanor Venables
80-81

Traditional Authority Applied Research Network (TAARN)
82-84

African Studies on the net: update – Peter Limb
84

Notes and News   
85-88

The African Institute of South Africa Turns 40
85

La Trobe University African Research Institute Seminar Program
85-86

The African Studies Centre of Western Australia (ASCWA)
86

Workshop on African film
87

Establishment of a network for executive development of senior women Managers in Higher Education in South Africa
87

African Art Exhibitions in Fremantle W.A
88

Visitors
88

AFSAAP – News
First Volume of Proceedings of AFSAAP_’99
89

Review and Newsletter Editors Report 1999
89-95

AFSAAP Postgraduate Workshop 1999
95-96


Number 2

Note from the Editor
1

Letter from the President
2

AFSAAP 2001
3

Articles

Breaking through the text: Women writers in Francophone Africa – Elizabeth le Roux
4-12

African Studies in the United Kingdom – John Lonsdale
13-20

The ideological dynamics of nationalism: A West African case – David Brown
21-31

Towards a state-less Central Africa? Some theoretical reflections – Stefaan Smis & Saskia Van Hoyweghen
32-37

Encouraging micro-enterprise in Natal: What ever happened to Leda? – Mike Parry
38-44

Book Reviews
Michael Mortimore, Roots in the African dust: Sustaining the sub-Saharan dry lands – R L Heathcote
45-47

Peter Kinlund, Does land degradation matter? Perspectives on environmental change in North Eastern Botswana – Mary Paton
47-49

Colleen E Kriger, Pride of men: Iron working in Nineteenth Century West Central Africa – Graham Connah
49-51

Rijk Van Dijk, Ria Reis & Marja Spierenburg (Eds): The quest for fruition through Ngoma: The political aspects of healing in Southern Africa – Michael Humphrey
51-54

Bill Bravman, Making ethnic ways: Communities and their transformations in Taita Kenya 1800 – 1950 – David Brown
55-57

Janet MacGaffey, Rémy Bazenguissa-Gannga, Congo-Paris: Transnational traders on the margins of the law – David Gordon
57-61

Surendra Bhana, Gandhi’s legacy: The Natal Indian Congress 1894-1994 – Pal Ahluwalia
61-63

Bill Ashcroft & Pal Ahluwalia, Edward Said: The paradox of identity – Paul Nursey-Bray
63-64

Gareth Griffiths, African literatures in English, east and west – Bill Ashcroft
64-66

Reuben & Naomi Musiker, Southern African bibliography – Peter Limb
67-69

Gretchen Walsh, The media in Africa and Africa in the media: An annotated bibliography – Rosaleen Smyth
69-73

Douglas Killam & Ruth Rowe (eds), The companion to African literatures – Dianne Schwerdt
73-75

Lawrence T Udo-Ekpo. The Africans in Australia. Expectations and shattered dreams – Chima Korieh
76-77

Research Matters
Crossing over – African Australian family relationships – Annie Stopford
78-80

African communities and settlement services in Victoria: Towards better service delivery models – Apollo Nsubuga-Kyobe
80-82

Research project on black African migrants in multicultural Australia – Alice Omaji
83

Nordiska Afrikainstitutet
84

New issues in refugee research
85

Notes and News
Multicultural radio with a focus on Africa
86-88

A brief history of the Uganda Society
88-90

Observations on a Recent Trip to Ghana
90-92

Valedictory
93-95

View of Mamphete Ramphete to Australia
95-96

The Noma Award 2000
96

Rochester Studies in African History and the Diaspora
96-97

African Research Institute La Trobe University
97

African Studies Centre of Western Australia (ASCWA)
98

One day conference on Africa 2000: Links, land and identity
99-100

People
South Australian Rhodes Scholar
100

Visitors
100-101

AFSAAP News
Minutes of the Annual General Meeting 2000
102104

Review & Newsletter: Editor’s Report 2000
105-107

Annual Postgraduate Prize: Guidelines
107-108

Postgraduate Prize 2000
108

Conferences
108-109