Recently published journal articles - week 20 2022

Retrieved week 20 2022


DYE, B. 2022. India’s Infrastructure Building In Africa: South-South Cooperation And The Abstraction Of Responsibility. African Affairs, 121 (483):221-249.

LARGE, D. 2022. China, Africa And The 2021 Dakar Focac. African Affairs, 121 (483):299-319.

JAMAR, A. 2022. Accounting for which violent past? transitional justice, epistemic violence, and colonial durabilities in Burundi. Critical African Studies, 14 (1):73-95.
Keywords: accountability ; anthropologie décoloniale ; Burundi ; Colonial durabilities ; decolonial anthropology ; Durabilités coloniales ; epistemic violence ; justice transitionnelle ; transitional justice ; violence épistémique

Central African Republic
DUURSMA, A. 2022. State Weakness, a Fragmented Patronage-Based System, and Protracted Local Conflict in the Central African Republic. African Affairs, 121 (483):251-274.

Côte d’Ivoire
SHIPILOV, A. 2022. Ten years after the Ivorian Civil War (2002–2011): Reassessment of the conflict. South African Journal of International Affairs, 29 (1):45-68.
Keywords: Civil war ; civil–military patronage networks ; conflict supply lines ; Côte d’Ivoire ; external interference ; peace building ; political decentralisation

Democratic Republic of Congo
LEWIS, C. 2022. The making and re-making of the ‘rape capital of the world’: on colonial durabilities and the politics of sexual violence statistics in DRC. Critical African Studies, 14 (1):55-72.
Keywords: colonial durabilities ; colonialism ; colonialisme ; Democratic Republic of Congo ; knowledge production ; les durabilités coloniales ; production de connaissances ; République Démocratique du Congo ; sexual violence ; statistics ; statistiques ; violence sexuelle

Democratic Republic of Congo
WOLTERS, S. 2022. Anatomy of a break-up in the Democratic Republic of Congo: The collapse of the FCC-CACH majority and why it matters. South African Journal of International Affairs, 29 (1):91-106.
Keywords: Democratic Republic of Congo ; elections ; Felix Tshisekedi ; governance ; Joseph Kabila ; political alliances

East Africa
BERGER, T. & EICKHOFF, K. 2022. Power, status and memory in Indo-East African relations. South African Journal of International Affairs, 29 (1):23-44.
Keywords: Africa ; Ethiopia ; India ; Kenya ; memory ; power ; South-South cooperation ; status

BLAND, W. 2022. Wild Libya: narratives of violence on Egypt’s Western border. The Journal of North African Studies, 27 (3):575-607.
Keywords: Copts ; Egypt ; Islamic state ; Libya ; violence

MATFESS, H. 2022. Alms, Arms, And The Aftermath: The Legacies Of Rebel Provision Of Humanitarian Aid In Ethiopia. African Affairs, 121 (483):197-220.

DODSWORTH, S., ALIDU, S. M., BAUER, G. & ALIDU BUKARI, G. 2022. Parliamentary Primaries After Democratic Transitions: Explaining Reforms To Candidate Selection In Ghana. African Affairs, 121 (483):275-297.

GADJANOVA, E., LYNCH, G. & SAIBU, G. 2022. Misinformation Across Digital Divides: Theory And Evidence From Northern Ghana. African Affairs, 121 (483):161-195.

Great Lakes Region
MERTENS, C., PERAZZONE, S. & MWAMBARI, D. 2022. Fatal misconceptions: colonial durabilities, violence and epistemicide in Africa’s Great Lakes Region. Critical African Studies, 14 (1):2-18.
Keywords: coloniality ; decolonization ; epistemic violence ; Great Lakes Region

HATT, D. 2022. How the past is produced: the vernacular past of a Moroccan Berber people. The Journal of North African Studies, 27 (3):463-504.
Keywords: ethnochronology ; gerontocracy ; Local history ; Morocco ; social memory ; traditional authority

R'BOUL, H. 2022. Researching the intercultural: solid/liquid interculturality in Moroccan-themed scholarship. The Journal of North African Studies, 27 (3):441-462.
Keywords: intercultural communication research ; Intercultural interactions ; interculturality ; liquid interculturality ; Moroccan scholarship

STOCK, I. 2022. The impact of migration policies on civil society actors’ efforts to improve migrants’ access to social and economic rights in Morocco. The Journal of North African Studies, 27 (3):505-526.
Keywords: civil society ; migration-development nexus ; Morocco ; social rights ; Sub-Saharan African migrants

TALLEY, G. U. J. 2022. Exceptional horsewomen: navigating the Moroccan equestrian sport of tbourida. The Journal of North African Studies, 27 (3):553-574.
Keywords: Equestrian sports ; horses ; Morocco ; traditional activities ; women

PURDEKOVÁ, A. & MWAMBARI, D. 2022. Post-genocide identity politics and colonial durabilities in Rwanda. Critical African Studies, 14 (1):19-37.
Keywords: colonial durabilities ; construction de la paix ; durabilités coloniales ; identity politics ; peace-building ; politiques identitaires ; Rwanda

South Africa
LEIBRANDT-LOXTON, N. 2022. Agenda-setting as a tool of soft power in multilateral parliamentary diplomacy: Experiences of the South African Parliament. South African Journal of International Affairs, 29 (1):69-90.
Keywords: agenda-setting ; inter-parliamentary institutions ; multilateral parliamentary diplomacy ; parliament ; soft power ; South Africa

CHAABANE, B. 2022. A carnivalistic reading of The Wedding of Zein by Taib Salih. The Journal of North African Studies, 27 (3):608-634.
Keywords: Carnival ; colonial legacy ; official discourse ; popular culture ; Sudan

KARAKOÇ, E. & ÖZCAN, M. 2022. Do Arab public opinion support policies of regional powers in MENA? View from Tunisia. The Journal of North African Studies, 27 (3):527-552.
Keywords: Foreign policy ; public opinion ; regional powers ; secular/religious cleavage ; Tunisia

BITEK, J. O. 2022. Colonial intent as treachery: a poetic response. Critical African Studies, 14 (1):96-106.
Keywords: anti-colonial ; anticolonial ; colonial durability ; colonial intent ; decolonisation ; durabilité coloniale ; histoire ougandaise ; intention coloniale ; post-colonial ; postcolonial ; Uganda history

HOPWOOD, J. 2022. An inherited animus to communal land: the mechanisms of coloniality in land reform agendas in Acholiland, Northern Uganda. Critical African Studies, 14 (1):38-54.
Keywords: Acholi ; colonial durabilities ; durabilité coloniale ; land ; Ouganda ; terre ; Uganda