Publications

The African Studies Centre Leiden publishes nine different series. Four book series are published by Brill and one by Langaa (Cameroon). Publications can be ordered from the ASCL or directly from the (external) publisher. Many of the ASCL’s publications are also available in pdf format and can be downloaded free of charge.

Browse our publications and those by our staff members using the simple search form below to look for a keyword in the title.

 

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A. Idrissa
Type of publication: Other

La présente étude a pour objet d’analyser certains aspects de l’impact des politiques migratoires de l’Union Européenne sur la CEDEAO, le projet d’intégration économique régionale de l’Afrique de l’...

Keywords: ECOWAS, EU, Mali, migration policy, Niger, Nigeria, West Africa
Open access: Full text
Added to database: 02 May 2019
A. Idrissa
Type of publication: Other

This study analyses some aspects of the impact of European Union migration policies on ECOWAS, the West African regional economic integration project, and on the migration policies of three countries in the region, Nigeria, Mali, and Niger. The study focuses in particular on...

Keywords: ECOWAS, EU, Mali, migration policy, Niger, Nigeria, West Africa
Open access: Full text
Added to database: 02 May 2019
J.B. Gewald; F. Kamsteeg; H. Wels
Type of publication: Journal Article
In: Clingendael spectator
Keywords: BRICS, elections, South Africa
Open access: Full text
Added to database: 25 April 2019
M.M.A. Kaag; G. Baltissen; G. Steel; A. Lodder
Type of publication: Journal Article
In: Land

This paper presents the results of a short-term research project conducted in 2017/2018 on the various ways in which migration and land dynamics in West Africa are intertwined. Contrary to much conventional (policy) thinking in the European Union (EU) today, our point of...

Keywords: governance, land, migration, West Africa, youth
Open access: Full text
Added to database: 10 April 2019
M.E. de Bruijn
Type of publication: Book

Urbanization in Africa also means rapid technological change. At the turn of the 21st century, mobile telephony appeared in urban Africa. Ten years later, it covered large parts of rural Africa and – thanks to the smartphone – became the main access to the...

Keywords: African studies, Central Africa, information technology, mobile phone, West Africa
Added to database: 09 April 2019
A. Barr; M. Dekker; W. Janssens; B. Kebede; B. Kramer
Type of publication: Journal Article
In: American economic journal: applied economics
Keywords: economic behaviour, households, Nigeria, polygamy
Open access: Full text
Added to database: 27 March 2019
A. Kazimierczuk
Type of publication: Journal Article
In: Renewable and sustainable energy reviews

This article provides a review of the latest status and policy framework for wind energy in Africa. In addition, it takes a close look at Kenya, which is one of the most successful African countries in terms of attracting renewable energy (RE) investments, including the...

Keywords: energy policy, Kenya, wind energy
Open access: Full text
Added to database: 21 March 2019
M. Venkatachalam
Type of publication: Other
Keywords: Africa, international relations, Turkey
Open access: Full text
Added to database: 20 March 2019
M.M.A. Kaag; G. Steel
Type of publication: Journal Article
In: Built environment
Keywords: investments, land, migration, Senegal, Sudan, urbanization
Added to database: 20 March 2019
A.J. Dietz
Type of publication: Other
Keywords: postage stamps, Seychelles
Open access: Full text
Added to database: 25 January 2019
A.J. Dietz
Type of publication: Other
Keywords: postage stamps, Seychelles
Open access: Full text
Added to database: 25 January 2019
A.J. Dietz
Type of publication: Other
Keywords: postage stamps, Seychelles
Open access: Full text
Added to database: 25 January 2019
J.C.M. Damen
Type of publication: Journal Article
In: Leidraad
Open access: Full text
Added to database: 15 January 2019
W.M.J.van Kessel
Editors: J.W. Osei-Tutu
Type of publication: Book Chapter
In: Forts, castles and society in West Africa; Gold Coast and Dahomey, 1450-1960

According to a tenacious historical myth, first published in 1924 and recently revived by the British Museum, it was African veterans from the Dutch colonial army who introduced or popularised the colourful wax print textiles in West Africa. As the story goes, African...

Keywords: black soldiers, dyeing, Ghana, historiography, history, Indonesia, Netherlands, textiles, veterans
Added to database: 08 November 2018
D.J. Money
Type of publication: Journal Article
In: International labor and working class history

Understandings of class have often been highly racialized and gendered. This article examines the efforts of white workers’ organizations in Southern Africa during the 1940s to forge such a class identity across the region and disseminate it among the international...

Keywords: 1940-1949, labour history, Southern Africa, trade unions
Added to database: 19 March 2020
W.M.J.van Kessel
Type of publication: Review
In: Tijdschrift voor geschiedenis
Keywords: 1990-1999, Africa National Congress, Inkatha Freedom Party, police, political violence, South Africa, townships, Zulus
Added to database: 06 March 2020
H. Smits
Editors: G. Schneider-Blum; B. Hellwig; G.J. Dimmendaal
Type of publication: Book Chapter
In: Nuba mountain language studies: new insights
Keywords: Lumun language, Sudan
Added to database: 12 February 2020
A. Idrissa
Type of publication: Book
Keywords: Islam, politics, Sahel
Added to database: 28 January 2020
A.J. Dietz
Type of publication: Journal Article
In: Revista de agricultura urbana
Keywords: Africa, employment, migration, youth
Open access: Full text
Added to database: 27 January 2020
K. van Walraven
Type of publication: Other
Keywords: Galadima, Ousmane Dan (1927-2018), Niger
Added to database: 24 January 2020

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