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Australasian Review of African Studies

Articles published 2000 to December 2016
Arranged thematically and/or by African country or region with hyperlinks to online articles.

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Contents

Editorials.
AFRICAN POLITICS.
AUSTRALIA’S RELATIONS WITH AFRICA.
AFRICAN STUDIES.
AFRICAN DIASPORA.
GENDER.
LITERATURE / MUSIC.
BOTSWANA.
CONGO/DRC.
ETHIOPIA.
GHANA.
GUINEA.
KENYA.
LIBERIA.
LIBYA.
MALAWI
MOZAMBIQUE.
NIGERIA.
RWANDA.
SIERRA LEONE.
SOMALIA.
SOUTH AFRICA.
SOUTH SUDAN / SOUTHERN SUDAN.
TANZANIA.
UGANDA.
WEST AFRICA.
ZAMBIA.
ZIMBABWE. 

Editorials

 

Lyons, T. (2009). Africa in/and the world. Australasian Review of African Studies, 30(2), 3-8.

Lyons, T. (2009). Zimbabwe’s crisis: Local and global contexts. Australasian Review of African Studies, 30(1), 3-8.

Lyons, T. (2010). Australia’s re-engagement with Africa. Australasian Review of African Studies, 31(1), 3-12.

Lyons, T. (2010). Engaging Africa and the world. Australasian Review of African Studies, 31(2), 5-7.

Lyons, T. (2011). AFSAAP and the Benin bronze – building bridges? Australasian Review of African Studies, 32(1), 6-10.

Lyons, T. (2016). Education, emigration, ethnicity and African-Australians. Australasian Review of African Studies, 37(2), 3-8.

Lyons, T., Harris, A., & Marlowe, J. (2013). African studies: New challenges. Australasian Review of African Studies, 34(2), 3-6.

Lyons, T., Marlowe, J., & Harris, A. (2012). Positive steps for the future of African studies in Australia. Australasian Review of African Studies, 33(2), 3-7.

Lyons, T., Marlowe, J., & Harris, A. (2012). Violence in Africa and its consequences: Understanding Africa in Australasia and the Pacific. Australasian Review of African Studies, 33(1), 3-12.

Lyons, T., Marlowe, J., & Harris, A. (2013). Linking democracy, development and the diaspora. Australasian Review of African Studies, 34(1), 3-9.

Lyons, T., Marlowe, J., & Harris, A. (2014). Tourism or terrorism? African development and renaissance. Australasian Review of African Studies, 35(2), 3-4.

Lyons, T., Marlowe, J., & Thornton, A. (2015). Editorial – Reflections on Africa and African Studies: In memory of Cherry Gertzel. Australasian Review of African Studies, 36(2), 8-21.

Lyons, T., Marlowe, J., Mickler, D., & Thornton, A. (2015). Editorial – Denizens, artivists, and terrorists – disarmament, development and diagnosis: Understanding Africa in Australasia and the Pacific. Australasian Review of African Studies, 36(1), 3-6.

Lyons, Tanya and Kelly, Max (2016) African challenges and challenges to African Studies, Australasian Review of African Studies, 37(1),  3-5

 

AFRICAN POLITICS

Alexander, P. F. (2002). Biography and history: Bridging the gap. Australasian Review of African Studies, 24(2), 49-57.

Balaton-Chrimes, S. (2008). Challenging the state in Africa. Australasian Review of African Studies, 29(1&2), 35-50.

Bown, L. (2004). Towards the rebirth of African universities. Australasian Review of African Studies, 26(2), 41-47.

Connah, G. (2001). Writing Africa’s archaeological past: Who writes for whom? Australasian Review of African Studies, 23(1), 32-37.

Connah, G. (2003). Images of Africa. Australasian Review of African Studies, 25(1), 26-37.

Good, K. (2000). Autocratic elites and enfeebled masses. Australasian Review of African Studies, 22(1), 44-53.

Halupka, M., & Star, C. (2012). Maintaining sovereignty in Africa: The role of external forces in warlord states. Australasian Review of African Studies, 33(2), 74-97.

Ifediora, O. F. (2016). Preventive arbitration: Towards strengthening the African Union’s mediation capacity for human protection. Australasian Review of African Studies, 37(1), 21-51.

Kebonang, Z. (2005). NEPAD: From a crisis of legitimacy to a cradle of hope. Australasian Review of African Studies, 27(2), 5-16.

Kimunguyi, P. (2005). EU spaghetti: The Cotonou process and the issue of overlapping memberships in regional trade agreements. Australasian Review of African Studies, 27(2), 17-30.

Lyons, T. (2002). Africa at the “edge” of globalisation. Australasian Review of African Studies, 24(2), 38-49.

Lyons, T. (2009). Globalisation, failed states and pharmaceutical colonialism in Africa. Australasian Review of African Studies, 30(2), 68-85.

MacWilliam, S. (2001). Harvesting water and the political economy of food scarcity: A review essay. Australasian Review of African Studies, 23(2), 38-47.

MacWilliam, S. (2001). These truths we no longer hold self-evident! A review essay. Australasian Review of African Studies, 23(1), 63-72.

MacWilliam, S. (2004). The past, present and future of African politics. Australasian Review of African Studies, 26(1), 54-58.

McWilliam, S. (2000). Labour as the starting point of capital reforms, naturally. Australasian Review of African Studies, 22(1), 39-43.

McWilliam, S. (2003). Market reforms, conditionality, contingency and impoverishment. Australasian Review of African Studies, 25(1), 52-57.

Mkandawire, T. (2001). African intellectuals and nationalism in the changing global context. Australasian Review of African Studies, 23(1), 11-31.

Mungwini, P. (2014). The African renaissance and the quest for epistemic liberation. Australasian Review of African Studies, 35(2), 88-108.

Ndlovu-Gatsheni, S. J. (2012). Coloniality of power in development studies and the impact of global imperial designs on Africa. Australasian Review of African Studies, 33(2), 48-73.

Ndlovu-Gatsheni, S. J. (2015). Decoloniality in Africa: A continuing search for a new world order. Australasian Review of African Studies, 36(2), 22-50.

Paull, H. (2001). Food and seed security in Africa: Protecting farmers’ rights. Australasian Review of African Studies, 23(1), 49-62.

Reid, E. (2002). Governance, globalisation and the HIV epidemic in Africa. Australasian Review of African Studies, 24(2), 26-37.

Sulemana, M., & Azeez, G. (2015). Rethinking Islamism in western Africa. Australasian Review of African Studies, 36(1), 51-67.

Ware, H. (2004). The World Bank’s poverty reduction strategies and Africa: Realistic expectations and civic engagement. Australasian Review of African Studies, 26(1), 42-51.

 

AUSTRALIA’S RELATIONS WITH AFRICA

Turner, M., & Makinda, S. M. (2013). Contextualising aid effectiveness: Australia’s scholarship program in Africa. Australasian Review of African Studies, 34(1), 40-60.

 

AFRICAN STUDIES

Lonsdale, J. (2000). African studies in the United Kingdom. Australasian Review of African Studies, 22(2), 13-20.

Kitching, G. (2000). Why I gave up African studies. Australasian Review of African Studies, 22(1), 21-26.

Klein, M. (2000). African studies in Canada. Australasian Review of African Studies, 22(1), 15-20.

 

AFRICAN DIASPORA

Abur, W., & Spaaij, R. (2016). Settlement and employment experiences of South Sudanese people from refugee backgrounds in Melbourne, Australia. Australasian Review of African Studies, 37(2), 107-128.

Arfish, H. A., & Olliff, L. (2008). Dialogue – ‘It’s difficult to stay, and it’s hard to leave’: Stories of refugee journeys in Australia. Australasian Review of African Studies, 29(1&2), 104-109.

Bacon, E. (2016). Narrative and narrative strategies to explore trauma: ‘Up close from afar’ – an African migrant’s story. Australasian Review of African Studies, 37(2), 129-146.

Bitew, G., Ferguson, P., & Dixon, M. (2008). Ethiopian-Australian students’ experience of secondary schooling in the Australian education system in the state of Victoria. Australasian Review of African Studies, 29(1&2), 78-91.

Correa-Velez, I., & Onsando, G. (2009). Educational and occupational outcomes amongst African men from refugee backgrounds living in urban and regional southeast Queensland. Australasian Review of African Studies, 30(2), 114-128.

Deng, S. A., & Pienaar, F. (2011). Positive parenting: Integrating Sudanese traditions and New Zealand styles of parenting. An evaluation of Strategies with Kids – Information for Parents (SKIP). Australasian Review of African Studies, 32(2), 160-179.

Dhanji, S. (2009). Welcome or unwelcome? Integration issues and the resettlement of former refugees from the Horn of Africa and Sudan in metropolitan Melbourne. Australasian Review of African Studies, 30(2), 152-179.

Dhanji, S. (2010). Social or unsocial? The linkage between accommodation, health and well-being among former Horn of Africa and Sudanese refugees living in Australia. Australasian Review of African Studies, 31(1), 106-136.

Dimock, L. (2008). Bibliography – Africans in Australia. Australasian Review of African Studies, 29(1&2), 133-154.

Edgar, B., & Lucas, D. (2016). Zimbabwe’s emigrants: Growth and change in Australia. Australasian Review of African Studies, 37(2), 33-55.

Engall, P. (2011). No room in my car. Australasian Review of African Studies, 32(2), 194-203.

Harris, A. (2012). Culture is our future: The constitutive role of African Australian film. Australasian Review of African Studies, 33(2), 178-200.

Harris, A., & Nyuon, N. (2i10). Working it both ways: Intercultural collaboration and the performativity of identity. Australasian Review of African Studies, 31(1), 62-81.

Harte, W. (2013). Towards a culturally-appropriate model of collecting demographic data from ethnic minority communities: A case study of the Burundian community census in Queensland. Australasian Review of African Studies, 34(1), 82-102.

Hebbani, A., Obijiofor, L., & Bristed, H. (2010). Intercultural communication challenges confronting female Sudanese former refugees in Australia. Australasian Review of African Studies, 31(1), 37-61.

Hebbani, A., & Preece, M. (2015). Spoken English does matter: Findings from an exploratory study to identify predictors of employment among African refugees in Brisbane. Australasian Review of African Studies, 36(2), 110-129.

Horyniak, D., Lim, M. S. C., & Higgs, P. (2016). News media reporting on substance use among people of African ethnicity in three Australian states, 2003-2013. Australasian Review of African Studies, 37(2), 56-79.

Juuk, B. (2013). South Sudanese Dinka customary law in comparison with Australian family law: Legal implications for Dinka families. Australasian Review of African Studies, 34(2), 99-112.

Kifle, T. (2009). Far from home but altruistic in nature: Evidence from Eritrean-born People in Australia. Australasian Review of African Studies, 30(2), 86-97.

Kifle, T., & Kler, P. (2008). The financial satisfaction of African immigrants in Australia. Australasian Review of African Studies, 29(1&2), 66-77.

Lawson, L. (2014). ‘I have to be my own mother and father’: The African student experience at university, a case study using narrative analysis. Australasian Review of African Studies, 35(1), 59-75.

Losoncz, I. (2011). Blocked opportunity and threatened identity: Understanding experiences of disrespect in South Sudanese Australians. Australasian Review of African Studies, 32(2), 118-142.

Lucas, D. (2008). Statistics – Africans in the Australian census. Australasian Review of African Studies, 29(1&2), 110-112.

Lucas, D. (2008). Statistics – Africans in New Zealand. Australasian Review of African Studies, 29(1&2), 113-118.

Lucas, D., Jamali, M., & Edgar, B. (2011). The Sudan-born in Australia: A statistical profile. Australasian Review of African Studies, 32(2), 10-24.

Lyons, T., Harris, A., & Marlowe, J. (2014). Nationalism, nation building and the African diaspora in Australasia. Australasian Review of African Studies, 35(1), 3-9.

Mapedzahama, V., & Kwansah-Aidoo, K. (2013). Negotiating diasporic black African existence in Australia: A reflexive analysis. Australasian Review of African Studies, 34(1), 61-81.

Mapulanga-Hulston, J. (2009). The migration of health professionals in sub-Saharan African countries and the impact on people’s right to health. Australasian Review of African Studies, 30(2), 98-113.

Marete, J. (2011). The settlers’ dream: Resettlement experiences of Sudanese refugees in New Zealand. Australasian Review of African Studies, 32(2), 180-193.

Marlowe, J. (2009). Conceptualising refugee resettlement in contested landscapes. Australasian Review of African Studies, 30(2), 128-151.

Marlowe, J. (2011). South Sudanese diaspora in Australasia. Australasian Review of African Studies, 32(2), 3-9.

Marlowe, J. (2011). Sudanese settlement: Employing strategies of intercultural contact and cultural maintenance. Australasian Review of African Studies, 32(2), 101-117.

Matereke, K. (2009). ‘Embracing the Aussie identity’: Theoretical reflections on challenges and prospects for African-Australian youths. Australasian Review of African Studies, 30(1), 129-143.

Milos, D. (2011). South Sudanese communities and Australian family law: A clash of systems. Australasian Review of African Studies, 32(2), 143-160.

Muchoki, S. M. (2012). Sexuality and sexual health of African-Australian men with refugee backgrounds from the Horn of Africa: The need for a new research agenda. Australasian Review of African Studies, 33(1), 132-150.

Muchoki, S. M. (2013). ‘[In Australia] what comes first are the women, then children, cats, dogs, followed by men’: Exploring accounts of gender relations by men from the Horn of Africa. Australasian Review of African Studies, 34(2), 78-98.

Mude, W., Burgess, T., & Mwanri, L. (2013). “We should eat it wisely, in a good way”: Knowledge, perceptions and understanding of childhood obesity and overweight among Sudanese refugee parents in South Australia. Australasian Review of African Studies, 34(2), 113-133.

Ndhlovu, F. (2015). Marginality and linguistic cartographies of African denizens as spheres of possibility in regional Australia. Australasian Review of African Studies, 36(1), 7-28.

O’Byrne, R. (2014). Narratives of return among refugee-background South Sudanese in New Zealand. Australasian Review of African Studies, 35(1), 76-94.

Oliver, M. (2012). Standing up, reaching out and letting go: Experiences of resilience and school engagement for African high schoolers from refugee backgrounds. Australasian Review of African Studies, 33(1), 151-164.

Phillips, M. (2011). Convenient labels, inaccurate representations: Turning Southern Sudanese refugees into ‘African-Australians’. Australasian Review of African Studies, 32(2), 57-79.

Robinson, J. A. (2008). Review article – Health, adjustment and well-being in the African diaspora: Trends in research December 2007 to June 2008. Australasian Review of African Studies, 29(1&2), 119-132.

Robinson, J. (2011). Sudanese heritage and living in Australia: Implications of demography for individual and community resilience. Australasian Review of African Studies, 32(2), 25-56.

Saffu, S. A. (2010). Adult education and community capacity building: The case of African-Australian women in the Northern Territory. Australasian Review of African Studies, 31(1), 13-36.

Wakholi, P. M. (2010). African cultural education and schooling: Towards bicultural competence of African Australian youth. Australasian Review of African Studies, 31(1), 82-105.

Warsame, M., Mortensen, A., & Janif, J. (2014). Improving educational achievement for students From Somali backgrounds in Auckland, New Zealand: An evaluation of a school catch–up programme. Australasian Review of African Studies, 35(2), 25-44.

Wickramaarachchi, N., & Burns, E. (2016). Sudanese humanitarian migrants in Australian refereed journals. Australasian Review of African Studies, 37(2), 80-106.

Wilkinson, J., & Langat, K. (2012). Exploring educators’ practices for African students from refugee backgrounds in an Australian regional high school. Australasian Review of African Studies, 33(2), 158-177.

Wille, J. (2011). Agency and belonging: Southern Sudanese former refugees’ reflections on life in Australia. Australasian Review of African Studies, 32(2), 80-100.

Zwangobani, K. (2008). From diaspora to multiculture: In search of a youthful pan-African identity. Australasian Review of African Studies, 29(1&2), 51-65.

 

GENDER

Buswell, C. (2003). Gender, power and protest in African farming: Recalcitrant women and usurping men in colonial Kenya, 1930-1950. Australasian Review of African Studies, 25(2), 23-35.

Duriesmith, D. (2012). ‘The other half on gender’ in Sierra Leone’s civil conflict: A critical response to John Idriss Lahai’s “Fused in Combat”. Australasian Review of African Studies, 33(1), 56-68.

Hills, C. (2015). Gendered reintegration in Liberia: A civilised ‘(kwi)’ failure? Australasian Review of African Studies, 36(1), 68-83.

Lahai, J. I. (2012). ‘Fused in combat:’ Unsettling the gendered hierarchies and women’s roles in the fighting forces in the Sierra Leone’s civil war. Australasian Review of African Studies, 33(1), 34-55.

Mertens, C. (2016). Sexual violence in the Congo Free State: Archival traces and present reconfigurations. Australasian Review of African Studies, 37(1), 6-20.

Muchoki, S. M. (2013). ‘[In Australia] what comes first are the women, then children, cats, dogs, followed by men’: Exploring accounts of gender relations by men from the Horn of Africa. Australasian Review of African Studies, 34(2), 78-98.

LITERATURE / MUSIC

Alexander, P. F. (2003). The genesis of a novel of ideas: Alan Paton’s Cry the beloved country. Australasian Review of African Studies, 25(1), 11-25.

le Roux, E. (2000). Breaking through the text: Women writers in Francophone Africa. Australasian Review of African Studies, 22(2), 4-12.

Lewis, T. (2016). Ethnomusicology, world music and analysis in African music. Australasian Review of African Studies, 37(1), 95-117.

McDougall, R. (2009). Things fall apart: Culture, anthropology, literature. Australasian Review of African Studies, 30(1), 118-128.

Schwerdt, D. (2009). Caught in the crossfire: Writing conflict in two African novels. Australasian Review of African Studies, 30(1), 101-117.

 

 

BOTSWANA

Mogami, K., & Miller, K. (2003). Two perspectives on the portrayal of Botswana in ‘The No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency’. Australasian Review of African Studies, 25(2), 55-61.

 

CONGO/DRC

Craig, B. (2011). The Badcock Collection from the Upper Congo. Australasian Review of African Studies, 32(1), 119-147.

Doherty, M. (2009). Subsistence amid turmoil: Daily life in Central Africa during the rubber plunder. Australasian Review of African Studies, 30(2), 32-46.

Gordon, D. (2002). Central Africa’s predatory elites. Australasian Review of African Studies, 24(2), 63-69.

Mertens, C. (2016). Sexual violence in the Congo Free State: Archival traces and present reconfigurations. Australasian Review of African Studies, 37(1), 6-20.

Sigler, T. J. (2012). Field notes – Balancing human and ecological concerns in the DRC’s Ituri Forest. Australasian Review of African Studies, 33(1), 177-186

Smis, S. & van Hoyweghen, S. (2000). Towards a state-less Central Africa? Some theoretical reflections. Australasian Review of African Studies, 22(2), 32-37.

 

ETHIOPIA

Hussein, J. W. (2005). The subtle connection between the greater Ethiopian image, the ideology of blaming and silencing, and the cult of Emperor Haile Selassie. Australasian Review of African Studies, 27(1), 49-80.

Jackson, R. (2008). The three delays as a framework for examining safe motherhood in Kafa zone, SNNPR, Ethiopia. Australasian Review of African Studies, 29(1&2), 11-25.

Taddia, I. (2004). Some reflections on Ethiopian Studies today. Australasian Review of African Studies, 26(1), 18-25.

 

GHANA

Brown, D. (2002). Adjusting to globalisation in Ghana. Australasian Review of African Studies, 24(2), 58-62.

Huddleston, P., & Huddleston, V. (2012). Contract farming and technology transfer in Ghana. Australasian Review of African Studies, 33(2), 98-121.

Outhred, R. (2010). Human rights activism and the silencing of women. Australasian Review of African Studies, 31(2), 79-93.

Tsey, K. (2001). Traditional healers and mental health care in rural Ghana. Australasian Review of African Studies, 23(2), 20-30.

 

GUINEA

Bah, M. D. (2012). State resilience in Guinea: Mitigating the ‘bad neighbourhood effect’ of civil war next door. Australasian Review of African Studies, 33(1), 13-33.

Counsel, G. (2004). Popular music and politics in Sékou Touré’s Guinea. Australasian Review of African Studies, 26(1), 26-42.

Counsel, G. (2009). Research matters digitising and archiving syliphone recordings in Guinea. Australasian Review of African Studies, 30(1), 144-150.

Counsel, G. (2010) Music for a coup – “Armée Guinéenne:” An overview of Guinea’s recent political turmoil. Australasian Review of African Studies, 31(2), 94-112.

 

KENYA

Balaton-Chrimes, S. (2011). The Nubians of Kenya and the emancipatory potential of collective recognition. Australasian Review of African Studies, 32(1), 12-31.

Buswell, C. (2003). Gender, power and protest in African farming: Recalcitrant women and usurping men in colonial Kenya, 1930-1950. Australasian Review of African Studies, 25(2), 23-35.

Buswell, C. (2012). Moral authority, power and women’s identity in colonial Kenya. Australasian Review of African Studies, 33(1), 69-81.

Juma, J., & Hauquitz, A. (2014). Millennium Development Goals – Kenya: Sustaining the gains for maternal and child health. Australasian Review of African Studies, 35(2), 64-68.

Kenny, C. (2014). Cultural practice as resistance in the British colony of Kenya. Australasian Review of African Studies, 35(1), 10-22.

Mason, C. (2000). Mapping north-east African identities. Australasian Review of African Studies, 22(1), 32-38.

MacWilliam, S. (2012). Identities of impoverishment: Ethnicity, tribalism and violence in Kenya. Australasian Review of African Studies, 33(1), 104-131.

Miguda, E. (2003). Global impulses/local politics: Comparing two eras of Constitution making in Kenya. Australasian Review of African Studies, 25(2), 36-47.

Odhiambo-Abuya, E. (2004). Refugees and their interpreters: The Kenyan experience. Australasian Review of African Studies, 26(1), 66-76.

Ombati, M. (2015). Public artworks: Creative spaces for civic and political behaviour in Kenya. Australasian Review of African Studies, 36(1), 29-50.

Osman, A. D., Lin, V., Robinson, P., & Jackson, D. (2011). Policy and governance issues in Kenya’s border towns: The case of Wajir groundwater management. Australasian Review of African Studies, 32(1), 32-58.

Wilkins, S. (2012). Citizen and self: Violence, identity and legitimacy in the Rift Valley’s post-election crisis. Australasian Review of African Studies, 33(1), 82-103.

 

LIBERIA

Hills, C. (2015). Gendered reintegration in Liberia: A civilised ‘(kwi)’ failure? Australasian Review of African Studies, 36(1), 68-83.

Titus, Z. D. (2013). Examining transparency in Liberia’s pre- and post-civil war electoral process. Australasian Review of African Studies, 34(1), 10-39.

 

LIBYA

Neethling, T. (2012). South Africa, the African Union and international intervention in Libya: A critical appraisal. Australasian Review of African Studies, 33(2), 8-28.

 

MALAWI

Corbett, J. (2014). ‘But we can’t make them drink’: Understanding community ownership in the Namwera and Chiponde Afforestation Project. Australasian Review of African Studies, 35(1), 39-58.

Dicks, I. D. (2013). Witchcraft accusations amongst the Muslim Amacinga Yawo of Malawi and modes of dealing with them. Australasian Review of African Studies, 34(1), 103-128.

Makuwira, J. (2010). Urbanisation, urban poverty reduction and non-governmental development organisations’ (NGDOs) intervention mechanisms in Malawi. Australasian Review of African Studies, 31(2), 8-29.

McNamara, T. (2012). Preliminary findings on land tenure reform in Malawi and the possible effects on tenure and food security for smallholder farmers. Australasian Review of African Studies, 33(2), 122-140.

McNamara, T. (2015). Development, witchcraft and Malawi’s elite. Australasian Review of African Studies, 36(2), 74-92

Tsoka, C., & Mwanri, L. (2014). The workplace and HIV-related stigma: Implications for public health prevention and control policies and programs in Malawi. Australasian Review of African Studies, 35(2), 45-63.

van der Meer, E. (2013). Child witchcraft accusations in Southern Malawi. Australasian Review of African Studies, 34(1), 129-144.

Reid, E. (2002). A consultant’s journal: Reflections on the HIV epidemic in Malawi. Australasian Review of African Studies, 24(1), 14-19.

MOZAMBIQUE

Sequeira, A. R. (2015). The introduction of rapid diagnostic test for malaria in Mozambique: Local appropriation and complementary therapeutics. Australasian Review of African Studies, 36(1), 114-128.

 

NIGERIA

Diallo, I. (2015). Lexical borrowing from Arabic to Pular: Context and features. Australasian Review of African Studies, 36(2), 93-109.

Ekot, B. A. (2009). Conflict, religion and ethnicity in the post-colonial Nigerian state. Australasian Review of African Studies, 30(2), 47-67.

Ekot, B. A. (2010). Fifty years of Nigerian independence: Governance in a multi-ethnic nation-state. Australasian Review of African Studies, 31(2), 51-78.

Ekot, B. A. (2012). Updates on Nigeria 2012. Australasian Review of African Studies, 33(1), 187-189.

Okuyade, O. (2011). Oil, environment and resistance in Tanure Ojaide’s The Tale of the Harmattan. Australasian Review of African Studies, 32(1), 79-98.

Matereke, K. (2011). Looking beyond the Benin bronze head: Provisional notes on culture, nation, and cosmopolitanism. Australasian Review of African Studies, 32(1), 99-118.

Sulemana, M. (2014). Centenary of failure? Boko Haram, jihad and the Nigerian reality. Australasian Review of African Studies, 35(2), 69-87.

 

RWANDA

Mayersen, D. (2014). ‘Once upon a time there was a wonderful country’: Representations of history in Rwanda. Australasian Review of African Studies, 35(1), 23-38.

van Hoyweghen, S. (2001). The Rwandan genocide: Have we finally found an explanation? A review essay. Australasian Review of African Studies, 23(2), 31-37.

 

SIERRA LEONE

Dorward, D. (2001). The tragedy of Sierra Leone: Diamonds and warlords. Australasian Review of African Studies, 23(1), 38-48.

Duriesmith, D. (2012). ‘The other half on gender’ in Sierra Leone’s civil conflict: A critical response to John Idriss Lahai’s “Fused in Combat”. Australasian Review of African Studies, 33(1), 56-68.

Gbanie, S. B., Thornton, A., & Griffin, A.L., (2015). ‘The diamond of western area is land’: Narratives of land use and land cover change in post-conflict Sierra Leone. Australasian Review of African Studies, 36(2), 51-73.

Lahai, J. I. (2012). ‘Fused in combat:’ Unsettling the gendered hierarchies and women’s roles in the fighting forces in the Sierra Leone’s civil war. Australasian Review of African Studies, 33(1), 34-55.

Munro, P. G., & Hiemstra-van der Horst, G. (2011). Conserving exploitation? A political ecology of forestry policy in Sierra Leone. Australasian Review of African Studies, 32(1), 59-78.

Thornton, A., Momoh, J., & Tengbe, P. (2012). Institutional capacity building for urban agriculture research using participatory GIS in a post-conflict context: A case study of Sierra Leone. Australasian Review of African Studies, 33(1), 165-176.

 

SOMALIA

Bienvenue, E. (2010). The safeguarding of international shipping: A solution to Somali piracy? Australasian Review of African Studies, 31(2), 30-50.

Dorward, D. (2003). Insights from a trip through Puntland: Civil society in a ‘Quango-state’. Australasian Review of African Studies, 25(1), 38-51.

Pijovic, N. (2012). “It is chaotic but not chaos”: Civil society, local governance and the construction of political order in and around Mogadishu. Australasian Review of African Studies, 33(2), 29-47.

 

SOUTH AFRICA

A conversation with Raymond Suttner: Reflections on a decade of freedom in South Africa. Australasian Review of African Studies, 26(1), 8-17.

Badstuebner, J. (2008). Rape and the Tikoloshe: Sexual violence and fear in a South African township. Australasian Review of African Studies, 29(1), 26-34.

Bishop, J., & Binns, T. (2013). Corporate responsibility and development in post-apartheid South Africa. Australasian Review of African Studies, 34(2), 9-34.

Cooke, C. (2015). Married to freedom? The importance of marriage for African Methodist Episcopal missionary women in South Africa, 1900 – 1940. Australasian Review of African Studies, 36(1), 84-97.

McCulloch, J. (2001). The obscure history of asbestos mining in South Africa. Australasian Review of African Studies, 23(2), 8-19.

Nishino, R. (2002). An oral history project: Recording recollections of the school boycotts 38 c. 1984 to 1987 in Grahamstown, South Africa. Australasian Review of African Studies, 24(1), 20-26.

Nursey-Bray, P. (2004). The South African elections 2004. Australasian Review of African Studies, 26(1), 52-65.

Parry, M. (2000). Encouraging micro-enterprise in Natal: What ever happened to Leda? Australasian Review of African Studies, 22(2), 38-44.

 

SOUTH SUDAN / SOUTHERN SUDAN

El-Gack, Nawal (2016) The Power of Non-Governmental Organizations in Sudan: Do Structural Changes Matter?, Australasian Review of African Studies, 37(1),  52-72

Barnett, J., Deng, R., & Yoasa, N. B. (2008). Post-conflict language issues at the University of Juba, Southern Sudan: Policies, proficiencies and practicalities. Australasian Review of African Studies, 29(1&2), 92-103.

Bassil, N. (2010). Opinion: The 2010 Sudanese election. Australasian Review of African Studies, 31(1), 138-140.

el-Gack, N. (2016). The power of non-governmental organisations in Sudan: Do structural changes matter? Australasian Review of African Studies, 37(1), 52-72.

O’Byrne, R. (2014). Christmas in South Sudan: Fieldnotes from a war zone. Australasian Review of African Studies, 35(1), 95-102.

TANZANIA

Burke, J. (2012). Language as a resource for improving health: Using Swahili-based concepts in responding to infant HIV. Australasian Review of African Studies, 33(2), 141-157.

Burke, J. (2013). Media framing of violence against Tanzanians with Albinism in the Great Lakes Region: A matter of culture, crime, poverty and human rights. Australasian Review of African Studies, 34(2), 57-77.

 

UGANDA

Dimock, L. (2003). Women’s leadership roles in the early Protestant church in Uganda: Continuity with the old order. Australasian Review of African Studies, 25(2), 8-22.

Doornbos, M. (2004). Understanding the Rwenzururu movement: An autobiographical account. Australasian Review of African Studies, 26(2), 48-53.

Ezati, B. A., McBrien, J. L., Stewart, J., Ssempala, C., & Ssenkusu, P. (2016). Parents, pay attention! Factors related to parental involvement with education in northern Uganda. Australasian Review of African Studies, 37(2), 9-32.

Mugambwa, J. (2015). Proposal for compulsory land acquisition for economic investment in Uganda. Australasian Review of African Studies, 36(1), 98-113.

Muhumuza, W. (2004). The empowerment of women in Museveni’s Uganda: Who benefits? Australasian Review of African Studies, 26(2), 25-40.

Nsubuga-Kyobe, A. S. (2005). Bulungibwansu: A manifestation of workers’ co-operatives for Africa. Australasian Review of African Studies, 27(1), 27-48.

Scott, R. (2009). Gowers of Uganda: The public and private life of a forgotten colonial governor. Australasian Review of African Studies, 30(2), 12-31.

 

WEST AFRICA

Brown, D. (2000). The ideological dynamics of nationalism: A West African case. Australasian Review of African Studies, 22(2), 21-31.

Diallo, I. (2015). Lexical borrowing from Arabic to Pular: Context and features. Australasian Review of African Studies, 36(2), 93-109.

Yearwood, P. (2005). “Undergoing untold hardships”? The “native shippers” of Lagos and the origins of West African nationalism. Australasian Review of African Studies, 27(1), xx-xx.

ZAMBIA

Malungo, J. R. S. (2000). Institutional response to HIV/AIDS epidemic: Care for people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) and health seeking behaviour in Zambia. Australasian Review of African Studies, 22(1), 6-14.

McLachlan, S., & Binns, T. (2014). Tourism as a means for development in Livingstone, Zambia: Impacts among local stakeholders. Australasian Review of African Studies, 35(2), 5-24.

 

ZIMBABWE

Blewett, N. (2002). 1980: The springtime of Robert Mugabe. Australasian Review of African Studies, 24(2), 7-25.

Hawker, G. (2009). Zimbabwe: Retrospect and prospect. Australasian Review of African Studies, 30(1), 11-25.

Jakwa, T. (2016). Zimbabwe’s fast track land reform programme: Beyond emancipation, towards liberation. Australasian Review of African Studies, 37(1), 73-94.

Law, K. (2009). Episodes of ambiguity: Steps towards socialism in Zimbabwe, 1980-1985. Australasian Review of African Studies, 30(1), 49-63.

Mapedzahama, V. (2009). Weaving paid work, informal sector work and motherhood in Harare (Zimbabwe): A new arena for research? Australasian Review of African Studies, 30(1), 64-82.

Matereke, K. (2009). ‘Discipline and punish’: Inscribing the body and its metaphors in Zimbabwe’s postcolonial crisis. Australasian Review of African Studies, 30(1), 83-100.

Moore, J. L. (2004). ‘Variant fortune’: The livelihood plights of two families in rural Zimbabwe. Australasian Review of African Studies, 26(2), 8-24.

Nursey-Bray, P. (2003). Robert Mugabe and the politics of choice in Zimbabwe. Australasian Review of African Studies, 25(2), 48-54.

O’Brien, S. (2009). From comrade to His Excellency: Mugabe’s rise to power. Australasian Review of African Studies, 30(1), 26-48.

O’Brien, S. (2013). A qualitative study of impressions and experiences of HIV in Zimbabwe. Australasian Review of African Studies, 34(2), 35-56.

Ranger, T. (2002). The Zimbabwe presidential election: A personal experience. Australasian Review of African Studies, 24(1), 6-13.