Recently published journal articles - week 30

Retrieved week 30 2018


LESUTIS, G. 2018. The politics of narrative: Methodological reflections on analysing voices of the marginalized in Africa. African Affairs, 117, 509-521.

Central Africa
LOTT, G. 2018. On the margins of the Françafrique: Franco-Burundian and Franco-Rwandan bonds from an historical perspective. African Affairs, 117, 347-369.

Côte d’Ivoire
MARTIN, P. A. 2018. Security sector reform and civil-military relations in postwar Côte d’Ivoire. African Affairs, 117, 522-533.

Côte d’Ivoire
PICCOLINO, G. 2018. Peacebuilding and statebuilding in post-2011 Côte d'Ivoire: A victor's peace? African Affairs, 117, 485-508.

SHARFI, M. H. 2018. Sudan and the assassination attempt on President Mubarak in June 1995: a cornerstone in ideological reverse. Journal of Eastern African Studies, 12, 454-472.
Keywords: terrorism ; foreign policy ; Sudan ; Egypt ; Assassination ; National Salvation Revolution (NIF) ; Popular Islamic and Arab Conference (PIAC)

BACH, J.-N. & NALLET, C. 2018. Conceptualizing the middle class in a developmental state: Narratives and expectations in Ethiopia. African Affairs, 117, 439-461.

LAVERS, T. 2018. Responding to land-based conflict in Ethiopia: The land rights of ethnic minorities under federalism. African Affairs, 117, 462-484.

FOX, G. R. 2018. Maasai group ranches, minority land owners, and the political landscape of Laikipia County, Kenya. Journal of Eastern African Studies, 12, 473-493.
Keywords: politics ; Kenya ; elections ; Laikipia ; land conflict ; Maasai ; white settlers

SCHARRER, T. 2018. “Ambiguous citizens”: Kenyan Somalis and the question of belonging. Journal of Eastern African Studies, 12, 494-513.
Keywords: Kenya ; citizenship: politics of belonging ; Somali

MACUANE, J. J., BUUR, L. & MONJANE, C. M. 2018. Power, conflict and natural resources: The Mozambican crisis revisited. African Affairs, 117, 415-438.

Northeast Africa
JANSEN, B. J. 2018. Humanitarianism as buffer: Displacement, aid and the politics of belonging in Abyei, Sudan/South Sudan. African Affairs, 117, 370-391.

Northeast Africa
WOLDEMARIAM, M. 2018. “No war, no peace” in a region in flux: crisis, escalation, and possibility in the Eritrea-Ethiopia rivalry. Journal of Eastern African Studies, 12, 407-427.
Keywords: Ethiopia ; audience costs ; balance of power ; border conflict ; commitment problems ; Eritrea

GUARISO, A. & VERPOORTEN, M. 2018. Aid, trade and the post-war recovery of the Rwandan coffee sector. Journal of Eastern African Studies, 12, 552-574.
Keywords: Rwanda ; aid ; armed conflict ; coffee ; trade

REYNTJENS, F. 2018. Understanding Rwandan politics through the longue durée: from the precolonial to the post-genocide era. Journal of Eastern African Studies, 12, 514-532.
Keywords: politics ; militarisation ; ethnicity ; Rwanda ; authoritarianism ; continuity ; longue durée

CHONKA, P. 2018. New media, performative violence, and state reconstruction in Mogadishu. African Affairs, 117, 392-414.

South Africa
DEE, H. 2018. Nyasa Leaders, Christianity and African Internationalism in 1920s Johannesburg. South African Historical Journal, 70, 383-406.
Keywords: South Africa ; Pentecostalism ; Johannesburg ; African Christianity ; African nationalism ; Colonial Internationalism ; Ethiopianism ; Nyasaland ; Zionism

South Africa
DUFF, S. E. 2018. The Dutch Reformed Church and the Protestant Atlantic: Revivalism and Evangelicalism in the Nineteenth-Century Cape Colony. South African Historical Journal, 70, 324-347.
Keywords: revivalism ; Cape Colony ; Dutch Reformed Church ; evangelicalism

South Africa
HOULE, R. J. 2018. From Burnt Bricks to Sanctification: Rethinking ‘Church’ in colonial southern Africa. South African Historical Journal, 70, 348-369.
Keywords: African Christianity ; African Initiated Churches ; American Zulu Mission ; Mission Stations ; revivalism ; sacred space

South Africa
KRIEL, L. 2018. ‘The Lord God is like a cow … ’: Sermons and reports of African pastors and evangelists of the Berlin Mission Church in the Woodbush and Wolkberg area, former Northern Transvaal, South Africa, 1920s and 1930s. South African Historical Journal, 70, 407-433.
Keywords: Berlin Mission Church ; Carl Adolf Hoffmann ; Die Brücke ; Josef Mahoro ; Moses Rakoma ; northern Transvaal ; Philippus Bopape ; Woodbush

South Sudan
GIDRON, Y. 2018. “One People, One Struggle”: Anya-Nya propaganda and the Israeli Mossad in Southern Sudan, 1969–1971. Journal of Eastern African Studies, 12, 428-453.
Keywords: Israel ; photography ; propaganda ; proxy war ; South Sudan

Subsaharan Africa
SENDER, J., CRAMER, C. & OYA, C. 2018. Identifying the most deprived in rural Ethiopia and Uganda: a simple measure of socio-economic deprivation. Journal of Eastern African Studies, 12, 594-612.
Keywords: Uganda ; poverty ; Ethiopia ; assets ; index

DLAMINI, S. R. 2018. The Colonial State and the Church of the Nazarene in Medical Evangelisation and the Consolidation of Colonial Presence in Swaziland, 1903–1968. South African Historical Journal, 70, 370-382.
Keywords: Church of the Nazarene ; Colonialism ; medical evangelisation ; medical missions ; Swaziland ; the State

FISCHER, G. 2018. Contested ‘respectability’: gender and labour in the life stories of Tanzanian women and men in the hospitality industry. Journal of Eastern African Studies, 12, 575-593.
Keywords: Tanzania ; gender ; labour ; hospitality industry ; Respectability

LARSSON, C. W. & SVENSSON, J. 2018. Mobile phones in the transformation of the informal economy: stories from market women in Kampala, Uganda. Journal of Eastern African Studies, 12, 533-551.
Keywords: informal economy ; hybridity ; Development ; Kampala ; market women ; mobile phones