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Africa
BIONDO, K. D. 2020. Moving beyond a donor-recipient relationship? Assessing the principle of partnership in the joint Africa–EU strategy. Journal of Contemporary African Studies, 38 (2):310-329.
Keywords: Africa ; European Union ; democratisation ; peace and security ; partnership
https://doi.org/10.1080/02589001.2018.1541503

Africa
LIU, T. & DENG, Z. 2020. “They’ve made our blood ties black”: On the Burst of Online Racism Towards the African in China’s Social Media. Critical Arts, 34 (2):104-107.
Keywords: social media ; China–Africa relations ; Racism
https://doi.org/10.1080/02560046.2020.1717567

Africa
MABEKO-TALI, J.-M. 2020. Dreaming Together, Fighting for Freedom Together: African Progressive Nationalism and the Ideology of Unity in Portugal’s African Colonies in the 1950s and 1960s. Journal of Southern African Studies, 46 (5):829-844.
Keywords: Africa ; colonialism ; Portugal ; nationalism ; independence ; anti-colonialism ; struggle ; unity
https://doi.org/10.1080/03057070.2020.1811518

Africa
SANCHES, E. R. 2020. Transitions to democracy, institutional choices and party system stability: lessons from small African islands. Journal of Contemporary African Studies, 38 (2):186-204.
Keywords: democratic transitions ; stability ; institutional choices ; Party systems ; small African islands
https://doi.org/10.1080/02589001.2020.1774048

Africa
YÉKÚ, J. 2020. Anti-Afropolitan ethics and the performative politics of online scambaiting. Social Dynamics, 46 (2):240-258.
Keywords: 419 scammer ; Afropolitan ; Online scambaiting ; performative
https://doi.org/10.1080/02533952.2020.1813943

Angola
BOLLIGER, L. & GORDON, W. 2020. ‘Forged in Battle’: The Transnational Origins and Formation of Apartheid South Africa’s 32 ‘Buffalo’ Battalion, 1969–1976. Journal of Southern African Studies, 46 (5):881-901.
Keywords: Angola ; decolonisation ; 32 Battalion ; Chipenda ; colonial troops ; FNLA ; MPLA ; SADF
https://doi.org/10.1080/03057070.2020.1814595

Angola
PIKOVSKAIA, K. 2020. ‘We Could Not Be There’: Storytelling and the Narratives of Soviet Military Advisers, Specialists and Interpreters in Angola during the Civil War (1975–1992). Journal of Southern African Studies, 46 (5):903-921.
Keywords: Angola ; storytelling ; internationalism ; military assistance ; narratives ; Soviet Union
https://doi.org/10.1080/03057070.2020.1797355

Angola
SUN, J. Y. 2020. Viriato da Cruz and His Chinese Exile: A Biographical Approach. Journal of Southern African Studies, 46 (5):845-861.
Keywords: China ; Angola ; biography ; exile ; cold war ; cultural revolution ; Maoism ; People’s Movement for the Liberation of Angola (MPLA)
https://doi.org/10.1080/03057070.2020.1788306

Cameroon
NKEALAH, N. 2020. Challenging Precarious Work in Anglophone Cameroonian Women’s Literature: A Feminist Analysis of Anne Tanyi-Tang’s Visiting America and Imbolo Mbue’s Behold the Dreamers. Current Writing: Text and Reception in Southern Africa, 32 (2):198-207.
Keywords: precarity ; Anglophone Cameroonian women’s literature ; immigrant women ; nursing ; precarious labour ; precariousness
https://doi.org/10.1080/1013929X.2020.1795353

Democratic Republic of Congo
MARCHAIS, G., BAZUZI, P. & LAMEKE, A. A. 2020. ‘The data is gold, and we are the gold-diggers’: whiteness, race and contemporary academic research in eastern DRC. Critical African Studies, 12 (3):372-394.
Keywords: decolonization ; race ; Democratic Republic of the Congo ; whiteness ; blanchité ; collecte de données ; data collection ; Décolonisation ; éthique de recherche ; République démocratique du Congo ; research ethics
https://doi.org/10.1080/21681392.2020.1724806

East Africa
HAHN, A. 2020. Nomadic Digital Ethnography and Engagement. Nomadic Peoples, 24 (2):299-311.
Keywords: COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH ; DIGITAL ETHNOGRAPHY ; EAST AFRICA ; MOBILE PHONE ; MONGOLIA ; PASTORALISM

Equatorial Guinea
MUÑOZ, C. & CANALS, R. 2020. Between cosmopolitanism and ethnic dissolution: Politics, religion and iconic reappropriation in the cult of the Mother of God of Bisila in Equatorial Guinea and Catalonia. Social Dynamics, 46 (2):219-239.
Keywords: Equatorial Guinea ; Migration ; Bisila ; Bubi People ; Ethnic Conflict ; Image
https://doi.org/10.1080/02533952.2020.1820156

Ethiopia
JEMAL, B. M. 2020. The depoliticisation of two competing nationalisms and the introduction of democratic Meritopianism as a possible way out for Ethiopia. Journal of Contemporary African Studies, 38 (2):205-220.
Keywords: ethnic politics ; Ethiopia ; competing nationalisms ; democratic Meritopianism ; Ethiopianism
https://doi.org/10.1080/02589001.2020.1774520

Germany
AUMA, M. M., OTIENO, E. & PIESCHE, P. 2020. ‘Reclaiming our time' in African Studies: conversations from the perspective of the Black Studies Movement in Germany. Critical African Studies, 12 (3):330-353.
Keywords: African Studies ; Germany ; modernity ; Black Studies ; Afrikawissenschaften ; Allemagne ; Colonialité ; coloniality ; Deutschland ; Études africaines ; Études noires ; Kolonialität ; Moderne ; Modernité ; reclamation ; Revendication ; Zurückverlangen
https://doi.org/10.1080/21681392.2020.1792319

Ghana
ADAMS, S. & ASANTE, W. 2020. The judiciary and post-election conflict resolution and democratic consolidation in Ghana’s Fourth Republic. Journal of Contemporary African Studies, 38 (2):243-256.
Keywords: elections ; Democracy ; Ghana ; democratic consolidation ; post-election conflict resolution
https://doi.org/10.1080/02589001.2020.1758639

Ghana
SABBI, M. 2020. ‘Municipal entrepreneurs’: local politicians and the delivery of urban sanitation in Kumasi, Ghana. Journal of Contemporary African Studies, 38 (2):221-242.
Keywords: entrepreneurs ; Local politicians ; municipal council ; municipal sanitation
https://doi.org/10.1080/02589001.2020.1795089

Kenya
RODGERS, C. 2020. Identity as a Lens on Livelihoods: Insights From Turkana, Kenya. Nomadic Peoples, 24 (2):241-254.
Keywords: IDENTITY ; LIVELIHOODS ; METHODOLOGY ; PASTORALISM ; STRATIFICATION

Mali
GONZALES, G. 2020. Niglá: Methodology of Discontinuous (im)mobilities Among Malian Kel Tamasheq In Bamako. Nomadic Peoples, 24 (2):195-208.
Keywords: KEL TAMASHEQ ; MALI ; METHODOLOGY ; MOBILITY ; VARIABILITIES

Martinique
JULIEN, E. 2020. Frantz Fanon, poet: pleasure of the text, power of the text. Social Dynamics, 46 (2):348-355.
Keywords: Aimé Césaire ; Jean-Paul Sartre ; Achille Mbembe ; Audre Lorde ; Black Skin ; Brent Edwards ; Ferdinand De Saussure ; French Revolution ; Gayatri Spivak ; Haitian Revolution ; James Baldwin ; Octave Mannoni ; Ousmane Sembène ; Richard Wright ; White Masks ; Wretched Of The Earth
https://doi.org/10.1080/02533952.2020.1823092

Mozambique
ISRAEL, P. 2020. The Mueda Massacre Retold: The ‘Matter of Return’ in Portuguese Colonial Intelligence. Journal of Southern African Studies, 46 (5):1009-1036.
Keywords: Mozambique ; colonial violence ; counter-insurgency ; early nationalism ; Mueda
https://doi.org/10.1080/03057070.2020.1805854

Mozambique
KATTO, J. 2020. Liberating Taste: Memories of War, Food and Cooking in Northern Mozambique. Journal of Southern African Studies, 46 (5):965-984.
Keywords: Mozambique ; food ; liberation ; sensory aesthetics ; war memories
https://doi.org/10.1080/03057070.2020.1793518

Namibia
GROVES, D. & TJISEUA, V. 2020. The Mismeasurement of Cattle Ownership In Namibia's Northern Communal Areas. Nomadic Peoples, 24 (2):255-271.
Keywords: KAOKOLAND ; LIVESTOCK ; MEASUREMENT ; NAMIBIA ; PASTORALISM ; RANGELAND

Namibia
WILLIAMS, C. A. 2020. Dissident Refugees: A History of 200 Namibians in Zambia, 1977–1989. Journal of Southern African Studies, 46 (5):863-879.
Keywords: Namibia ; refugees ; Zambia ; exile ; solidarity ; SWAPO ; dissidents ; insecurity
https://doi.org/10.1080/03057070.2020.1768685

Nigeria
AMUSA, K., MONKAM, N. & VIEGI, N. 2020. Can foreign aid enhance domestic resource mobilisation in Nigeria? Journal of Contemporary African Studies, 38 (2):294-309.
Keywords: Nigeria ; Foreign aid ; taxation ; tax revenue
https://doi.org/10.1080/02589001.2020.1774519

Nigeria
ANYADUBA, C. A. & MAIANGWA, B. 2020. Against memory-as-remedy to the traumatic aftermaths of Nigeria-Biafra war past: whither justice? Social Dynamics, 46 (2):277-296.
Keywords: memory ; trauma ; Nigeria-Biafra War ; political justice
https://doi.org/10.1080/02533952.2020.1818442

Nigeria
BABATUNDE, A. O. 2020. Oil pollution and water conflicts in the riverine communities in Nigeria’s Niger Delta region: challenges for and elements of problem-solving strategies. Journal of Contemporary African Studies, 38 (2):274-293.
Keywords: joint problem-solving ; Nigeria’s Niger Delta ; Oil exploitation ; pollution ; sustainable peace ; water conflict
https://doi.org/10.1080/02589001.2020.1730310

Nigeria
LIPENGA, K. J. 2020. Reading Precarity, Disability and Narrative Agency in Helon Habila’s Waiting for an Angel and Measuring Time. Current Writing: Text and Reception in Southern Africa, 32 (2):178-186.
Keywords: civil war ; precarity ; Helon Habila ; disability studies ; narrative agency ; narrativiser
https://doi.org/10.1080/1013929X.2020.1795351

Nigeria
NDAKA, F. M. 2020. Undutiful daughter(s): troubling geographies of the gendered nation and belonging in Adichie’s Americanah and Atta’s Everything Good Will Come. Social Dynamics, 46 (2):204-218.
Keywords: migration ; home ; domestication ; return ; romance ; Undutiful
https://doi.org/10.1080/02533952.2020.1813941

Nigeria
RAMSEY-KURZ, H. 2020. Precarity in Transit: Travellers by Helon Habila. Current Writing: Text and Reception in Southern Africa, 32 (2):168-177.
Keywords: refugee ; Butler ; cosmopolitan intellectual ; Helon Habila ; narration ; Travellers
https://doi.org/10.1080/1013929X.2020.1795349

Nigeria
SOYINKA, W. 2020. Revisionism: history lost and found. Journal of Contemporary African Studies, 38 (2):173-185.
https://doi.org/10.1080/02589001.2020.1794296

South Africa
ALLAN, K. 2020. “All I can See of My Country”: Representations of Precarity in Selected Poems of Mxolisi Nyezwa. Current Writing: Text and Reception in Southern Africa, 32 (2):145-157.
Keywords: South African poetry ; precarity ; cruel optimism ; slow death ; slow violence
https://doi.org/10.1080/1013929X.2020.1795347

South Africa
CHIGUDU, S. 2020. Rhodes Must Fall in Oxford: a critical testimony. Critical African Studies, 12 (3):302-312.
Keywords: decolonization ; racism ; public memory ; whiteness ; student activism ; activisme étudiant ; blancheur ; Cecil John Rhodes ; décolonisation ; mémoire publique ; racisme ; Rhodes Must Fall ; statues ; Université d’Oxford ; University of Oxford
https://doi.org/10.1080/21681392.2020.1788401

South Africa
CLARKE, L. 2020. “LipServants” and Mutes: Experiencing Precarity Through the Commercial Control of Language in Tammy Baikie’s Critical Dystopia Selling LipService (2017). Current Writing: Text and Reception in Southern Africa, 32 (2):124-133.
Keywords: language ; precarity ; branding ; commercialism ; critical dystopia ; Selling LipService
https://doi.org/10.1080/1013929X.2020.1795345

South Africa
CONNOR, T. K. & CHARWAY, F. 2020. Ambiguities of xenophobia in a border town: inner city informal traders and Ekasi shopkeepers in the city of East London, South Africa. Journal of Contemporary African Studies, 38 (2):257-273.
Keywords: traders ; borders ; informality ; frontiers ; Immigrants
https://doi.org/10.1080/02589001.2020.1779917

South Africa
JONES, M. 2020. Reading the rubbish dump as a heterotopia in Neill Blomkamp’s district 9. Social Dynamics, 46 (2):297-309.
Keywords: District 9 ; heterotopia ; rubbish dumps ; townships ; waste-pickers
https://doi.org/10.1080/02533952.2020.1808306

South Africa
LAMBRECHTS, L. 2020. The becoming of an archive: perspectives on a music archive and the limits of institutionality. Social Dynamics, 46 (2):310-322.
Keywords: decolonisation ; archival institutions ; curriculum change ; documentation Centre for Music (DOMUS) ; Music archive
https://doi.org/10.1080/02533952.2020.1804122

South Africa
LONGFORD, S. 2020. Governing the Ungovernable: Performing and Contesting Chris Hani’s Legacy at the Hani Memorial. Journal of Southern African Studies, 46 (5):1055-1074.
Keywords: heritage ; memorialisation ; Chris Hani ; legacy ; liberation struggle historiography ; temporalities of struggle
https://doi.org/10.1080/03057070.2020.1785179

South Africa
MILAZZO, M. 2020. “To Grasp the Gaping Grave:” Blackness, Death, and the Afterlife of Slavery in Unathi Slasha’s Jah Hills. Current Writing: Text and Reception in Southern Africa, 32 (2):134-144.
Keywords: South Africa ; racism ; precarity ; Afropessimism ; antiblackness ; Jah Hills ; Unathi Slasha ; white supremacy
https://doi.org/10.1080/1013929X.2020.1795346

South Africa
NORTHOVER, R. A. 2020. Lucy’s Precarious Privilege in Fiona Snyckers’s Lacuna. Current Writing: Text and Reception in Southern Africa, 32 (2):114-123.
Keywords: precarity ; Disgrace ; Fiona Snyckers ; J M Coetzee ; Judith Butler ; Lacuna
https://doi.org/10.1080/1013929X.2020.1795344

South Africa
NTSEBEZA, L. 2020. The ebb and flow of the fortunes of African studies at the University of Cape Town: an overview. Social Dynamics, 46 (2):356-372.
Keywords: anthropology ; decolonisation ; Archie Mafeje ; African studie ; Mahmood Mamdani ; native question/problem/policy
https://doi.org/10.1080/02533952.2020.1815335

South Africa
OKECH, A. 2020. African feminist epistemic communities and decoloniality. Critical African Studies, 12 (3):313-329.
Keywords: decolonization ; pedagogy ; Africain ; African ; Communautés épistémiques ; Décolonization ; epistemic communities ; feminist ; Féministe ; Pédagogie
https://doi.org/10.1080/21681392.2020.1810086

South Africa
PILLAY, N. 2020. Kinship capital: young mothers, kinship networks and support in urban South Africa. Social Dynamics, 46 (2):185-203.
Keywords: South Africa ; agency ; social support ; urban ; Early motherhood ; kinship network
https://doi.org/10.1080/02533952.2020.1804120

South Africa
STOBIE, C. 2020. Breaking the Chains of Slavery: Precarity, the Personal and the Political in Nkosinathi Sithole’s Hunger Eats a Man. Current Writing: Text and Reception in Southern Africa, 32 (2):101-113.
Keywords: violence ; poverty ; social change ; precarity ; rape ; Hunger Eats a Man
https://doi.org/10.1080/1013929X.2020.1795340

South Africa
VERACINI, L. & VERBUYST, R. 2020. South Africa’s settler-colonial present: Khoisan revivalism and the question of indigeneity. Social Dynamics, 46 (2):259-276.
Keywords: post-apartheid ; dispossession ; khoisan revivalism ; Settler colonialism ; transfer
https://doi.org/10.1080/02533952.2020.1805883

South Africa
VERIAVA, A. 2020. Commodification, water infrastructure, and methodologies for counting water losses in South Africa. Social Dynamics, 46 (2):323-347.
Keywords: neoliberalism ; water losses ; audit culture ; commodification ; Non Revenue Water
https://doi.org/10.1080/02533952.2020.1824611

South Sudan
GAGIANO, A. 2020. Precarity, Protectedness and Power in Emmanuel Jal's WARchild: A Boy Soldier's Story. Current Writing: Text and Reception in Southern Africa, 32 (2):187-197.
Keywords: power ; precarity ; experiential exemplification ; protectedness ; war ; warchild
https://doi.org/10.1080/1013929X.2020.1795352

Southern Africa
ALEXANDER, J. & MCGREGOR, J. 2020. The Travelling Toyi-Toyi: Soldiers and the Politics of Drill. Journal of Southern African Studies, 46 (5):923-940.
Keywords: South Africa ; Zimbabwe ; ANC ; exile ; liberation movements ; military culture ; MK ; toyi-toyi ; ZAPU ; ZIPRA
https://doi.org/10.1080/03057070.2020.1804123

Southern Africa
YOUNG, S. 2020. Feminist Protest and the Disruptive Address of Naked Bodies. Current Writing: Text and Reception in Southern Africa, 32 (2):158-167.
Keywords: precarity ; naked protest ; performativity ; public assembly ; public nakedness
https://doi.org/10.1080/1013929X.2020.1795348

Tanzania
SUNGUSIA, E., LUND, J. F. & NGAGA, Y. 2020. Decolonizing forestry: overcoming the symbolic violence of forestry education in Tanzania. Critical African Studies, 12 (3):354-371.
Keywords: Tanzania ; higher education ; decolonization ; décolonisation ; éducation supérieure ; exploitation forestière scientifique ; habitus ; scientific forestry ; symbolic violence ; Tanzanie ; violence symbolique
https://doi.org/10.1080/21681392.2020.1788961

Tanzania
SURIANO, M. 2020. Transnational Music Collaborations, Affective Networks and Everyday Practices of Convivial Solidarity in Ujamaa Dar es Salaam. Journal of Southern African Studies, 46 (5):985-1008.
Keywords: Tanzania ; African National Congress ; Pan Africanist Congress ; exile ; Pan-Africanism ; pan-Africanism ; convivial transnational solidarity ; affect ; Dar es Salaam ; soundscape ; Afro Band 70/Afro-70 ; muziki wa dansi
https://doi.org/10.1080/03057070.2020.1820776

Uganda
SSENTONGO, J. S. 2020. ‘Which journal is that?’ Politics of academic promotion in Uganda and the predicament of African publication outlets. Critical African Studies, 12 (3):283-301.
Keywords: academic promotion ; African publications ; epistemic justice ; epistemic violence ; justice épistémique ; promotion universitaire ; publications africaines ; violence épistémique
https://doi.org/10.1080/21681392.2020.1788400

Zimbabwe
CHIPANGURA, N. 2020. The Politicisation of Liberation-Struggle Exhumations in Eastern Zimbabwe: Spiritual Evocation, Patriotism and Professionalism. Journal of Southern African Studies, 46 (5):1037-1054.
Keywords: archaeology ; performance ; ) ; Butcher site ; exhumations ; FHTZ ; human remains ; NMMZ ; patriotic history ; spirituality ; ZANU(PF
https://doi.org/10.1080/03057070.2020.1807102

Zimbabwe
HAYES, P. 2020. Zenzo Nkobi, ZAPU Photographer: Exile, Visibility and the Anteroom of War in Zambia, 1977–1980. Journal of Southern African Studies, 46 (5):941-964.
Keywords: refugees ; archives ; education ; military ; photography ; performance ; ZAPU ; aerial ; camps
https://doi.org/10.1080/03057070.2020.1805196