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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G.J. Abbink
Type of publication: Journal Article
In: Jungle World
Keywords: cyber war, Ethiopa, misinformation, propaganda, Tigray People's Liberation Front
Added to database: 08 February 2022
G.J. Abbink
Type of publication: Other
In: Medium platform
Keywords: cyber war, Ethiopa, misinformation, propaganda, Tigray People's Liberation Front
Added to database: 08 February 2022
G.J. Abbink
Type of publication: Journal Article
In: E-international relations
Keywords: Ethiopia, foreign relations, mass media
Added to database: 07 February 2022

Ethiopia (2021)
G.J. Abbink
Editors: A. Awedoba; B. Kamski; A. Mehler; D. Sebudubudu
Type of publication: Book Chapter
In: Africa yearbook : politics, economy and society South of the Sahara in 2020
Keywords: development, economy, Ethiopia, policy, politics
Added to database: 07 February 2022
A. Idrissa
Type of publication: Journal Article
In: New left review
Keywords: Sahel
Open access: Full text
Added to database: 24 January 2022
A. Idrissa
Type of publication: Journal Article
In: London review of books
Keywords: franc zone, French-speaking Africa
Added to database: 24 January 2022
M. Glover; D.J. Money
Type of publication: Journal Article
In: Journal of Southern African Studies

A little-known feature of the vast migrant labour system that supplied South Africa’s gold-mining industry was the Deferred Pay Interest Fund. For much of the 20th century, a portion of the wages owed to African mine workers was deferred and remitted to them only at the...

Keywords: gold mining, labour contracts, migrant workers, South Africa, Transkei
Open access: Full text
Added to database: 17 January 2022
A.J. Dietz; D.W.L. Ehrhardt
Type of publication: Other
Keywords: 2021, economic conditions, political conditions, Tanzania
Open access: Full text
Added to database: 12 January 2022
D.J. Money
Type of publication: Book

Life and work on the Zambian Copperbelt – a concentrated industrialised mining region along the border with DR Congo – has been a perennial subject for Africanist historians. In this book, Duncan Money for the first time focusses on the white mineworkers who...

Keywords: copper mines, history, white workers, Zambia
Added to database: 06 January 2022
G. ter Haar
Type of publication: Book
Keywords: Catholic Church, Milingo, Emmanuel, 1930-, Zambia
Open access: Full text
Added to database: 20 December 2021
G. Bishi; V. Gwande; K. Manamere; D.J. Money; A. Stevenson; R. Swartz; S.-J. Walton
Type of publication: Journal Article
In: History Australia

Trove opens possibilities for collaborative, transnational and comparative research from scholars in the Global South, who often work with limited financial resources. Indeed, Trove has been indispensable for the South African-based historians in the International Studies...

Keywords: Africa, Australia, digital resources, history, Trove
Added to database: 30 November 2021
A. Idrissa
Editors: L.A. Villalón
Type of publication: Book Chapter
In: The Oxford handbook of the African Sahel
Keywords: Sahel
Added to database: 19 November 2021
G.J. Abbink
Type of publication: Other

This paper offers a political analysis of the development of the TPLF-induced armed conflict in northern Ethiopia and considers the international responses in media and international policy circles. The extension of the conflict by the TPLF after the unilateral ceasefire...

Keywords: conflict, Ethiopia, European Union, mass communication, mass media, politics, Tigray People's Liberation Front, United States, violence
Open access: Full text
Added to database: 18 November 2021
A. Idrissa
Editors: M. Ceccorulli; E. Fassi
Type of publication: Book Chapter
In: The EU’s external governance of migration perspectives of justice

The chapter analyses the European Union (EU) as an entity uniquely tailored to be put to the test of the GLOBUS criterion of global justice. The policy measures it developed regarding West African policy and especially the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS),...

Keywords: European Union, migration, West Africa
Added to database: 16 November 2021
A. Idrissa
Editors: V. Fargion; M. Gazibo
Type of publication: Book Chapter
In: Revisiting EU-Africa relations in a changing world

This chapter argues that unequal pacts lead to sub-optimal outcomes for both the inferior and the superior party. The European Union's attempts to grapple with West African migration in ways that would prevent Europe-bound migration while protecting the human rights of...

Keywords: European Union, migration, West Africa
Added to database: 11 November 2021
K. van Walraven
Editors: M.B. Basto; others
Type of publication: Book Chapter
In: Socialismes en Afrique = African socialism

'Socialism in Sawaba' is a study about the different roots of and shifting ideas undergirding the ideology of the principal political and social movement in Niger during the 1950s. Grounded in the Marxian-inspired trade union world of semi-urbanised petit peuple, the...

Keywords: Niger, socialism
Added to database: 05 November 2021
R. Charak; J.T.V.M.de Jong; L.H. Berckmoes; H. Ndayisaba; R. Reis
Type of publication: Journal Article
In: Journal of traumatic stress

Studies investigating the associations between histories of childhood maltreatment (CM) in parent–child dyads have primarily involved samples from high-income countries; however, CM rates are higher in low- and middle-income countries. The present study aimed to examine...

Keywords: Burundi, child abuse, children, interpersonal relations, mental health, parents, trauma, violence
Added to database: 28 October 2021
N. Luning; R.A. van Dijk; L.ten Kate
Type of publication: Other
Keywords: human trafficking, migration, Netherlands, religion, West Africa
Open access: Full text
Added to database: 08 October 2021
A.J. Dietz
Type of publication: Other

With a fast-growing population, massive ongoing urbanisation and constant innovations across the continent, Africa looks poised to leapfrog other emerging markets over the next few decades in terms of economic development. This hopefully will lead to constructive flows from...

Keywords: Africa, COVID-19, economic development, sustainable development
Open access: Full text
Added to database: 01 October 2021
G.J. Abbink
Type of publication: Other
Keywords: conflict, Eritrea, Ethiopa, foreign policy, politics, Tigray People's Liberation Front, Tigre
Added to database: 16 September 2021

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