Recently published journal articles

The ASCL list of recently published journal articles is published weekly. It provides an overview of journal articles on Africa in the field of the social sciences and the humanities published by Taylor & Francis, Wiley, Cambridge University Press, Oxford University Press, Cairn, Sabinet and African Journals Online.
The articles on Portuguese history in Africa, and on African Studies in general, are selected by Pedro Pinto for AfricaBib.


Retrieved week 09 2020

Archive

Africa
PIRIE, G. 2020. China and aviation in Africa: context, thrust, novelty. African Geographical Review, 39 (1):74-89.
Keywords: Africa ; China ; air routes ; airlines ; airports
https://doi.org/10.1080/19376812.2019.1599294

Africa
MABERA, F. 2019. Africa and the G20: A relational view of African agency in global governance. South African Journal of International Affairs, 26 (4):583-599.
https://doi.org/10.1080/10220461.2019.1702091

Chad
NILSSON, E. & UVO, C. 2020. Nonlinear dynamics in agricultural systems in Chad. African Geographical Review, 39 (1):1-27.
Keywords: Chad ; agricultural systems ; breakpoints ; nonlinear progressions ; regional analysis ; trend analysis
https://doi.org/10.1080/19376812.2018.1485585

General
LANGENOHL, A. 2020. Articulating Sovereignty within the Infrastructural Imagination: The Case of the Securitisation of Finance as ‘Critical Infrastructure’. Politikon, 47 (1):4-23.
https://doi.org/10.1080/02589346.2020.1712830

General
NOLTE, A. & WESTERMEIER, C. 2020. Between Public and Private: The Co-production of Infrastructural Security. Politikon, 47 (1):62-80.
https://doi.org/10.1080/02589346.2020.1712831

General
BENSON, R. & ZÜRN, M. 2019. Untapped potential: How the G20 can strengthen global governance. South African Journal of International Affairs, 26 (4):549-562.
Keywords: reform ; G20 ; global governance ; informality ; meta-governance
https://doi.org/10.1080/10220461.2019.1694576

General
BERGER, A., COOPER, A. F. & GRIMM, S. 2019. A decade of G20 summitry: Assessing the benefits, limitations and future of global club governance in turbulent times. South African Journal of International Affairs, 26 (4):493-504.
Keywords: legitimacy ; BRICS ; G20 ; club governance ; effectiveness ; G7 ; rising powers
https://doi.org/10.1080/10220461.2019.1705889

General
BRANDI, C. 2019. Club governance and legitimacy: The perspective of old and rising powers on the G7 and the G20. South African Journal of International Affairs, 26 (4):685-702.
Keywords: legitimacy ; G20 ; club governance ; G7 ; rising powers ; Global governance ; legitimation
https://doi.org/10.1080/10220461.2019.1697354

General
COOPER, A. F. 2019. The G20 is dead as a crisis or steering committee: Long live the G20 as hybrid focal point. South African Journal of International Affairs, 26 (4):505-520.
Keywords: G20 ; global governance ; crisis committee ; focal point ; global financial crisis ; plurilateral
https://doi.org/10.1080/10220461.2019.1699855

General
HE, A. 2019. Interaction between the G20 agenda and members’ national-level policy: A theoretical model for increasing G20 effectiveness. South African Journal of International Affairs, 26 (4):601-620.
Keywords: China ; G20 ; effectiveness ; enhanced structural reform agenda ; green finance agenda ; orchestration-intermediary theory ; political coalition ; regime theory
https://doi.org/10.1080/10220461.2019.1694064

General
KAUL, I. 2019. The G20@10: Time to shift gears. South African Journal of International Affairs, 26 (4):563-582.
Keywords: sustainable development ; G20 ; global governance ; international cooperation ; new multilateralism
https://doi.org/10.1080/10220461.2019.1694577

General
LARIONOVA, M. & SHELEPOV, A. 2019. The G20 and BRICS: Engaging with international institutions for global governance. South African Journal of International Affairs, 26 (4):643-661.
Keywords: BRICS ; engagement modes ; G20 ; global governance ; international institutions
https://doi.org/10.1080/10220461.2019.1694065

General
LUCKHURST, J. 2019. Governance networks shaping the G20 through inclusivity practices. South African Journal of International Affairs, 26 (4):521-547.
Keywords: inclusivity ; G20 ; global governance ; C20 ; decentralising authority ; governance networks ; T20 ; W20
https://doi.org/10.1080/10220461.2019.1699159

General
ULFGARD, R. V. & VEGA, B. 2019. The effectiveness-legitimacy nexus in the G20’s Development Working Group: A view from Mexico. South African Journal of International Affairs, 26 (4):621-641.
Keywords: G20 ; 2030 Agenda ; AMEXCID ; development working group ; effectiveness-legitimacy nexus ; Mexico ; network governance
https://doi.org/10.1080/10220461.2019.1699158

Ghana
APPIAH, G. & ASOMANI-BOATENG, R. 2020. Managing watersheds in Ghana through land use planning: a case of Offin watershed. African Geographical Review, 39 (1):28-44.
Keywords: land cover ; land use changes ; Land use planning ; Offin River ; vegetation ; watershed
https://doi.org/10.1080/19376812.2018.1505341

Ghana
WIREDU, F., TAKYI, S. A., AMPONSAH, O. & TETTEH, N. 2020. Toward sustainable ecotourism development: an assessment of the benefits and environmental threats of Lake Bosomtwe ecotourism facility. African Geographical Review, 39 (1):58-73.
Keywords: Sustainability ; economic benefits ; ecotourism ; environmental preservation ; Lake Bosomtwe ; livelihood
https://doi.org/10.1080/19376812.2019.1593203

Mozambique
MULLIKEN, D. 2020. Confronting the Silences of History: Licínio Azevedo’s Virgem Margarida and Comboio de Sal e Açúcar. Journal of Southern African Studies, 46 (1):57-71.
Keywords: violence ; history and memory ; homem novo ; Licínio Azevedo ; Mozambican cinema
https://doi.org/10.1080/03057070.2020.1711611

Namibia
GARGALLO, E. 2020. Community Conservation and Land Use in Namibia: Visions, Expectations and Realities. Journal of Southern African Studies, 46 (1):129-147.
Keywords: Namibia ; conservation ; land use ; agriculture ; pastoralism
https://doi.org/10.1080/03057070.2020.1705617

Namibia
HEYDINGER, J. 2020. ‘Vermin’: Predator Eradication as an Expression of White Supremacy in Colonial Namibia, 1921–1952. Journal of Southern African Studies, 46 (1):91-108.
Keywords: Namibia ; apartheid ; lions ; more-than-human ; predators ; vermin ; wild dogs
https://doi.org/10.1080/03057070.2020.1708011

South Africa
BURGER, B. 2020. ‘Our respect for water is what you have termed fear’: The Ocean in the Poetry of Ronelda S. Kamfer and Koleka Putuma. Journal of Southern African Studies, 46 (1):23-38.
Keywords: slavery ; Collective Amnesia ; grond/Santekraam ; Koleka Putuma ; ocean as metaphor ; Ronelda S. Kamfer ; Skipskop ; South African poetry
https://doi.org/10.1080/03057070.2020.1697552

South Africa
CHEN, H. E., BHANA, D., ANDERSON, B. & BUCCUS, I. 2020. Bruin Ous Are the Main Ous: Memory and Masculinity in a South Durban Township. Journal of Southern African Studies, 46 (1):73-90.
Keywords: memory ; Durban ; apartheid ; masculinity ; coloured
https://doi.org/10.1080/03057070.2020.1690324

South Africa
COUGHLIN, D. 2020. ‘It may have seemed personal but it wasn’t’: The Person(al) as Nation(al) in Post-Apartheid Literary Representations of Retribution. Journal of Southern African Studies, 46 (1):39-56.
Keywords: sexual violence ; post-apartheid ; metonymy ; retribution
https://doi.org/10.1080/03057070.2020.1707052

South Africa
DICKINSON, D. 2020. A Contested Commons: Competition for Public Land in the Free State. Journal of Southern African Studies, 46 (1):149-164.
Keywords: gender ; land ; land reform ; conflict ; cattle ; class ; commonage ; emerging farmers ; Free State province ; municipality ; township
https://doi.org/10.1080/03057070.2020.1718331

South Africa
HENDRICKS, N. 2020. Writing Insecurity: Representations of Muslims in South Africa’s Print Media Between 2001 and 2014. Politikon, 47 (1):99-113.
https://doi.org/10.1080/02589346.2020.1714281

South Africa
PLESSIS, A. D. 2020. The Emergence of Decentralised Centralism in the South African Education Governance System. Journal of Southern African Studies, 46 (1):165-183.
Keywords: decentralisation ; legitimacy ; decentralised centralism ; political realism ; school governance ; South African education system
https://doi.org/10.1080/03057070.2020.1705618

South Africa
PREMOLI, M. 2020. Scalar Tension and the (Post-)Colonial Anthropocene in Ingrid Winterbach’s To Hell with Cronjé. Journal of Southern African Studies, 46 (1):7-21.
Keywords: South Africa ; Anthropocene ; archive ; temporality ; deep time ; ecocriticism ; scale ; Winterbach
https://doi.org/10.1080/03057070.2020.1707018

South Africa
RIET, G. V. 2020. Intermediating Between Conflict and Security: Private Security Companies as Infrastructures of Security in Post-apartheid South Africa. Politikon, 47 (1):81-98.
https://doi.org/10.1080/02589346.2020.1714282

South Africa
SCHRATEN, J. 2020. The Political Management of Consumer Credit Collateral in the Banking Industry. Politikon, 47 (1):24-41.
https://doi.org/10.1080/02589346.2020.1712832

South Africa
SCHULTZ, C. 2020. The Marikana Massacre and the Unstable Geographies of Capital: Spatialising Financialisation. Politikon, 47 (1):42-61.
https://doi.org/10.1080/02589346.2020.1714899

Subsaharan Africa
NORD, C. & BYERLEY, A. 2020. Translocal Optimisation: Assembling Rural and Urban Spaces for Later Life in Urban Namibia and Uganda. Journal of Southern African Studies, 46 (1):109-127.
Keywords: migration ; housing ; assemblage ; later life ; potentiality ; rural–urban connection ; urbanisation
https://doi.org/10.1080/03057070.2020.1718382

Subsaharan Africa
WOLFF, E., GRIPPA, T., FORGET, Y., GEORGANOS, S., VANHUYSSE, S., SHIMONI, M. & LINARD, C. 2020. Diversity of urban growth patterns in Sub-Saharan Africa in the 1960–2010 period. African Geographical Review, 39 (1):45-57.
Keywords: Sub-Saharan Africa ; Urbanization ; growth rate ; primacy ; typology ; urban mesh
https://doi.org/10.1080/19376812.2019.1579656