Recently published journal articles - week 09 2020

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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