2003 Volume 25


Number 1

In Memorium
A Tribute to Walter Sisulu – Lynette Simons
4-6

Note from the Editor
7-8

AFSAAP 2003
9-10

Guest Essay
The genesis of a novel of ideas: Alan Paton’s Cry the beloved country – Peter F. Alexander
11-25

Articles
Images of AfricaGraham Connah
26-37

Insights from a trip through Puntland: Civil society in a ‘Quango-state’David Dorward
38-51

Review Articles
Market reforms, conditionality, contingency and impoverishmentScott McWilliam
52-57

Book Reviews
Stephanie Newell (ed.): Readings in African popular fictionSue Kossew
58-60

Eldred Durosimi Jones and Marjorie Jones: South and Southern African Literature, Volume 23 – Dianne Schwerdt
60-63

Robert Muponde and Mandi Taruvinga (eds): Sign and taboo: Perspectives on the poetic fiction of Yvonne Vera Chenjerai Hove, Palaver FinishSekai Nzenza
63-66

Laura Fair: Pastimes and Politics: Culture, community and identity in post-abolition urban Zanzibar, 1890-1945Martin Klein
67-68

Fantu Cheru: African Renaissance: Roadmaps to the Challenge of Globalization – Tanya Lyons
69-71

Kim Gehab and Therese Sarch (eds): Africa’s inland fisheries: The management challenge – Josephine Harmsworth Andama
71-73

Dorothy Hodgson (ed.): Rethinking pastoralism in Africa: Gender, culture and the myth of the patriarchal pastoralist; David M. Anderson and Vigdis Broch-Due (eds): The poor are not us: Poverty and pastoralism in Eastern AfricaCherry Gertzel
74-77

Research Matters
Investigating the translocalisms of Sidama and Oromo refugeesGreg Gow
78-81

International Biomedical research: The plaintiff’s challengeJolyon Ford
81-83

Living through a telescopic/myopic worldview? Nationalism, racism and ethnocentrism in school history textbooks in South Africa and Japan, c. 1945-1990Ryota Nishino
84-85

Invitation to contribute to special Issues of CODESRIA journals
85-86

Late note: New source for Namibia
86

Notes
African collections at the La Trobe University LibraryEva Fisch
87-96

Art and artefacts in Antipodean MuseumsDavid Dorward
97-101

Adelaide/Natal: Projected ExchangePaul Nursey-Bray
102-103

African Studies Centre W.A
103-104

La Trobe University African Research InstituteLiz Dimock
104-105

Visit of Chief Mangosuthu Buthelezi to Australia
105

Martin Doornbos revisits the Ankole Kingship Controversy
106

Death of Robin Hallett
106

Conferences
106-108

AFSAAP News
AFSAAP Postgraduate Essay Prize 2002
109

Recent and Forthcoming Publications by AFSAAP members
109

AFSAAP Publications 2003
109-111


Number 2

Note from the Editor
4-5

AFSAAP Conference 2004
6-7

Articles
Women’s Leadership Roles in the Early Protestant Church in Uganda: Continuity with the Old Order – Liz Dimock
8-22

Gender, Power and Protest in African Farming: Recalcitrant Women and Usurping Men in Colonial Kenya, 1930-1950 – Clare Buswell
23-35

Global Impulses/ Local Politics: Comparing Two Eras of Constitution Making in Kenya – Edith Miguda
36-47

Review Articles
Robert Mugabe and the Politics of Choice in Zimbabwe – Paul Nursey-Bray
48-54

Two Perspectives on the Portrayal of Botswana in The No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency – From Botswana, Khadija Mogami From Western Australia, Karen Miller
55-61

Book Reviews
Wahome Mutahi: Three Days on the Cross; The Jail Bugs; How to Be a Kenyan; Doomsday; Mr. Canta; Hassan the Genie; Whispers and Camisassius; The Ghost of Garba Tula; Just Wait and See; The Miracle MerchantMarjorie Oludhe-Macgoye
62-68

Dag Henrichsen: Hubertus Graf zu Castell-Rüdenhausen (1909 – 1995) Personal Papers and Manuscripts on Namibia; Meredith McKittrick, To Dwell Secure: Generation, Christianity, and Colonialism in Ovamboland; Marion Wallace, Health, Power and Politics in Windhoek, Namibia, 1915 – 1945 – Jan-Bart Gewald
68-72

Paul Nugent: Smugglers, Secessionists and Loyal Citizens on the Ghana-Togo Frontier: The Lie of the Borderlands Since 1914 – David Brown
73-76

Justin Willis: Potent Brews: A Social History of Alcohol in East Africa 1850-1999 – Jeremy Martens
77-79

Bahru Zewde: Pioneers of Change in Ethiopia – Irma Taddia
80-82

Martin R. Doornbos, The Ankole Kingship Controversy: Regalia Galore Revisited – Cherry Gertzel
83-84

Douglas H. Johnson, The Root Causes of Sudan’s Civil Wars – Chaplain Kara Yokoju
85-87

Late Note: Biography of Jack Archer
88-89

Research Matters
Empowering Kenyan Women Through Participation in Dairy Micro-Enterprises: Reporting a Kenyan Research Project – Dolphine Odero-Wanga, Milcah Mulu-Mutuku and Adijah Aliu-Olubandwa
90-95

Notes
Forty Years of African Demography at the ANU – David Lucas
96-98

Building Bridges Between Academics and Service Providers to Sudanese Refugees in Australia – Matthew Albert and Anna Grace
99-102

Reflections on a Changing Tanzania – Colin Reed
103-105

Australian Input into the African Virtual University – David Dorward
106-108

A DFAT Trade and Investment Analysis of African Renewal – David Dorward
108-109

Archbishop of Capetown on the Challenges of Living in a Global  Village – Alison Preston and Greg Thompson
109-111

African Studies Centre WA
111

Somalia Development Symposium at La Trobe
112

Brisbane Forum on Western Media Perceptions of Africa
112-113

Botswana Opens its High Commission in Canberra
113

New South African High Commissioner in Canberra
114

Conferences
114-116

AFSAAP News
AFSAAP Postgraduate Essay Prize 2003
117

Minutes of the AGM, October 2003
117-125

AFSAAP Constitution (as amended to 2003)
125-126

Guidelines for Post-Graduate Essay Prize
127