ASCL series

African Dynamics | Afrika-Studiecentrum Series | Africa Yearbook | African Studies Collection | ASCL Working Papers | African Studies Abstracts Online | ASCL Info sheets | Langaa/ASCL Series | African Public Administration and Management series | ASCL themakaartenPrevious series | West African Politics and Society (WAPOSO) series | African Postal Heritage (APH) papers | ASCL occasional publications

African Dynamics

The African Dynamics series publishes an annual volume that presents the results of current research at the ASCL, with contributions from ASCL researchers and invited external scholars. These are not externally reviewed but an authors’ workshop is organized at which all the contributions are discussed prior to publication. The African Dynamics Series is published by Brill Academic Publishers and can be ordered at www.brill.com.
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Afrika-Studiecentrum Series

cover Afrika-Studiecentrum SeriesThe Afrika-Studiecentrum Series aims to present the best of African Studies in the field of social sciences in the Netherlands. Publication is open to all Dutch africanists and also to African scholars who are affiliated to a Dutch academic institution. The series is published by Brill Academic Publishers and can be ordered at www.brill.com. All the books are double-blind reviewed.
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Africa Yearbook

The Africa Yearbook covers the major domestic political developments and the foreign policy and socio-economic trends in Sub-Saharan Africa in one calendar year. It contains articles on all Sub-Saharan states and each of the four sub-regions (West, Central, Eastern and Southern Africa), focusing on major cross-border developments and sub-regional organizations. There are also articles on continental developments, on Africa and the United Nations, and one on European-African relations. While the articles are of high academic quality, the Yearbook is oriented towards a wide range of target groups: students, politicians, diplomats, administrators, journalists, teachers, practitioners in the field of development aid as well as business people. The Africa Yearbook is the sequel to the German-language Afrika Jahrbuch that used to be published by the Institut für Afrika-Kunde in Hamburg. All the contributions are reviewed by the editors. The Africa Yearbook is published by Brill and can be ordered at www.brill.com.
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African Studies Collection

cover African Studies CollectionThis series is open to all Dutch africanist authors as well as African scholars affiliated to Dutch academic institutions. The African Studies Collection includes PhD dissertations, monographs and edited volumes and also publishes high-quality Masters theses. Books in this series are not externally reviewed and volumes other than PhD theses are usually assessed internally for quality. For more information about publishing in this series, contact the ASCL’s PR Coordinator, Marieke van Winden: winden@ascleiden.nl. The books can be bought at our online bookshop.
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ASCL Working Papers

ASCL Working Papers, previously called ASC Working Papers, can be seen as ‘work in progress’. This series is open to all Dutch africanists as well as African scholars affiliated to a Dutch academic institution. ASCL Working Papers are not reviewed. Copies for personal use can be downloaded free of charge and printed copies may be ordered from asc@ascleiden.nl. Bookshops are charged € 5 per copy (excluding postage).
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African Studies Abstracts Online (ASA Online)

ASA Online is the most recent version of the ASCL’s previously printed abstracts journal that was first published in 1968 as the Documentatieblad and then as the African Studies Abstracts (1994-2002). It provides a quarterly overview of journal articles and edited works that are available in the ASCL’s library on Africa in the field of the social sciences and the humanities.
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ASCL Info sheets

ASCL Info sheets, previously called ASC Info sheets, are brief, four-page summaries of ASCL research results and are aimed at a wider audience, such as policy makers, journalists, aid workers and the general public. Copies can be downloaded from this website or ordered in printed form free of charge from the ASCL secretariat: asc@ascleiden.nl.
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Langaa/ASCL Series

This series, previously called Langaa/ASC Series, is the result of an agreement between the ASCL and the Langaa Research and Publishing Common Initiative Group in Cameroon. The series aims to publish book manuscripts of both African and non-African scholars and to reduce the gap between African and non-African publishing. All the volumes in this series are subject to a double-blind peer review. They can be ordered at www.africanbookscollective.com.
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African Public Administration and Management series

This series is the result of an agreement between the ASCL, the University of Groningen and Mzumbe University in Tanzania. Its aim is to record research done by Tanzanian scholars on African public administration and management and to distribute the results amongst those interested in public administration in Tanzania and Sub-Saharan Africa in general. The publications in this series are subject to peer review by scholars affiliated to the University of Groningen. The series has been made possible by funding from the Netherlands Organisation for International Cooperation in Higher Education (Nuffic). The books can be bought at our online bookshop.
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ASCL themakaarten

Thematic maps, previously called ASC themakaarten, can be ordered by sending an email to asc@ascleiden.nl.
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West African Politics and Society (WAPOSO) series

This series is the result of an agreement between the African Studies Centre, Leiden, and the French Institute for Research in Africa / Institut Français de Recherche en Afrique (IFRA-Nigeria), based at the University of Ibadan and at the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. The series aims at publishing original, cutting-edge research work produced by West African, especially Nigerian, scholars in different fields within the Social Sciences and the Humanities, including Political Science, History, Anthropology and Sociology. Nigeria will occupy a central position in the series, but publications on transnational and regional issues will also be included. To ensure the academic quality, all books in this series are subject to double-blind peer review. The books can be bought at our online bookshop.
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African Postal Heritage (APH) papers

Postage stamps, postcards, and other forms of postal heritage are miniature communication tools and tell stories about places, routes, and times. Also for Africa they are part of material heritage, that can be made visible online, thanks to the improving open access possibilities of auction houses, collectors’ pages, stamp dealers, and others. 
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ASCL occasional publications

Occasional publications are publications that do not fit in any other ASCL series. It consists of small booklets for specific events (anniversaries, farewell booklets), research summaries for a wider audience in booklet form, ASCL research brochures and books in Dutch.
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Previous series published by the ASCL:

ASC Research Series (1994-2001)

This series was published by Ashgate. Volumes in this series were internally reviewed only.

ASC Research Reports (1975-2006)

This series was discontinued at the end of 2006. The Research Reports series has been replaced by the African Studies Collection.