2002 Volume 24


Number 1

Obituary
Desmond Clark (1916-2002) – Graham Connah
3

Note from the Editor
4

Guest Essay
The Zimbabwe Presidential Election: A Personal Experience – Terence Ranger
6-13

Articles
A Consultant’s Journal: Reflections on the HIV Epidemic in Malawi – Elizabeth Reid
14-19

An Oral History Project: Recording Recollections of the School Boycotts    38 c. 1984 to 1987 in Grahamstown, South Africa – Ryota Nishino
20-26

Book Reviews
Martin Banham, James Gibbs and Femi Osofisan (eds), African Theatre in Development,
_____________, African Theatre: Playwrights and Politics – Dianne Schwerdt
27-29

Michael Cowen and Liisa Laakso (eds), Multi-Party Elections in Africa – Scott MacWilliam
29-30

Sara S. Berry, Chiefs Know Their Boundaries: Essays on Property, Power and the Past in Asante, 1896-1996 – Martin Chanock
31-32

Isak Niehaus with Eliazaar Mohlala and Kally Shokane, Witchcraft, Power and Politics: Exploring the Occult in the South African Lowveld – Jennifer Badsteubner
33-34

Dorothy L. Hodgson and Sheryl A. McCurdy (eds), ‘Wicked’ Women and the Reconfiguration of Gender in Africa – Kristine Ryan
34-36

Joanna Lewis, Empire State-Building: War and Welfare in Kenya, 1925-1952 – Bruce J. Berman
37-38

David Pool, From Guerrillas to Government: The Eritrean People’s – Liberation Front – Irma Taddia
39

Nehemia Levtzion and Randall L. Pouwels (eds), The History of Islam in Africa – Riaz Hassan
40-41

Holger Bernt Hansen and Michael Twaddle (eds), Christian Missionaries and the State in the Third World – Norman Etherington
41

Okello Lucima (ed.), Protracted Conflict, Elusive Peace: Initiatives to    78 End the Violence in Northern Uganda – Cherry Gertzel
41-42

W. John Young, The Quiet Wise Spirit: Edwin W Smith (1876-1957) and Africa – Paul Cocks
43

Ian Leggett, Uganda; Geoff Sayer, Kenya Promised Land?; Chris Peters, Sudan: A Nation in the Balance – Donna Gratton
43-44

Joseph Therese Agbasiere, Women in Igbo Life and Thought – Elizabeth Isichei
44

Research Matters
Tales from the Field: Conducting Qualitative Research in Botswana – Zitha Mokomane
45-46

Notes
Australian Author’s Book Launch Combines with Celebration of a Victory over Asbestos
47

African Studies in Botswana – Neil Parsons
47-48

New Journal of Eritrean Studies
49

Art Exhibition to Break the South African Silence on HIV/AIDS
50

Joint Oxfam/Community Aid Abroad HIV/AIDS Programme in South Africa
50

African Studies in Western Australia
50

African Research Institute La Trobe University
50

Institute of Advanced Studies La Trobe University
51

History Department University of Melbourne
52

Adam Matthew Publications
52

Death of Dr Nina Mba
52

Conferences
52-53

AFSAAP Publications 2002
54

 


Number 2

In Memoriam
Elspeth Anne Young (1940-2002)
4

Note from the Editor 5 AFSAAP 2003
6

Guest Essay
1980: The springtime of Robert Mugabe – Neal Blewett
7-25

Articles
Governance, globalisation and the HIV epidemic in Africa – Elizabeth Reid
26-37

Africa at the “edge” of globalisation – Tanya Lyons
38-49

Review Articles
Biography and history: Bridging the gap – Peter F. Alexander
49-57

Adjusting to globalisation in Ghana – David Brown
58-62

Central Africa’s predatory elites  – David Gordon
63-69

Book Reviews
Christopher Ehret, The civilizations of Africa: A history to 1800  – Graham Connah
70-73

Christopher Wrigley, Kingship and state. The Buganda dynasty – Anthony Low
73-74

James F. Searing, ‘God alone is king’: Islam and emancipation in Senegal. The Wolof kingdoms of Kajoor and Bawol
Martin Klein
74-76

Judith A. Byfield, The bluest hands: A social and economic history of women dyers in Abeokuta (Nigeria), 1890-1940
David Dorward
77-79

Monica M. van Beusekom, Negotiating development: African farmers and colonial experts at the Office du Niger, 1920-1960 – Scott MacWilliam
79-81

Rosaleen Duffy, Killing for conservation: Wildlife policy in Zimbabwe – Aileen Hoath
81-83

Jock McCulloch, Asbestos blues: Labour, capital, physicians and the state in South Africa – Patrick Bertola
84-86

Heinz Klug, Constituting democracy: Law, globalism and South Africa’s political reconstruction – Eric Louw
87-90

Sue Kossew and Dianne Schwerdt (eds), Re-imagining Africa: New critical perspectives – Jean-Marie Volet
90-92

Greg Gow, The Oromo in exile: from the Horn of Africa to the suburbs of Australia – Penelope Hetherington
92-93

Apollo Nsubuga- Kyobe and Liz Dimock, African communities and settlement services in Victoria: Towards better service delivery models – Wayne Pelling
94-97

Susan Ziehl, Population Studies – David Lucas
97-98

Lillian Tibatemwa Ekirikubinza, Women’s violent crime in Uganda: More sinned against than sinning – Josephine Harmsworth Andama
98-101

Joy C. Kwesiga, Women’s access to higher education in Africa: Uganda’s experience – Sarah Ntiro
101-103

Research Matters
Recently completed Doctoral Theses
104

New Missionary collections in the UK
104

Notes
A note on Zimbabwe’s structural predicament – John Moore
106-109

Whatever happened to Australia’s aid to Africa? – Cherry Gertzel
110-112

Scolma’s 40th Anniversary conference
113

The Noma Award 2002
113

African Research Institute
114

African Studies Centre W.A.
114

People
115

Conferences
115

AFSAAP News
AFSAAP Annual General Meeting: Minutes
119-121

Reports
122-125

The 25th Annual AFSAAP Conference Postgraduate Workshop – James Gray
126-127

Proposed Constitutional Amendments
128

AFSAAP-CAAS Exchange
128