Bibliographic List

History

AWE, Bolanle.

Ed. Nigerian Women in Historical Perspective. Lagos: Sankore/Bookcraft, 1992.

"The Iyalode in the Traditional Yoruba Political System," Sexual Stratification: A Cross-Cultural View, ed. Alice Schlegl (New York: Columbia University Press, 1977).

COLES, Catherine & Mack, Beverly.

Hausa Women in the Twentieth Century. Madison: University of Wisconsin, 1991.

COQUERY-VIDROVITCH, Catherine.

(en préparation : Les Historiens africains en Afrique. Travaux d'historiens en poste dans les universités africaines, 1996, n° 17.

"Mariage et esclavage dans l'Afrique noire du XIX° siècle," Anthropologie et critique sociale. Références et révérence à Claude Meillassoux, (in press, forthcoming).

"L'anthropologie ou la mort du phénix," Le Débat, mars 1996.

Les échanges ville-campagne en Afrique francophone: mobilité des hommes, transferts des biens, diffusion des modèles, Paris, L'Harmattan, 1996.

En coll. avec Chantal Chanson-Jabeur) : L'Histoire africaine en Afrique. Recensement analytique des travaux universitaires inédits soutenus dans les universités francophones d'Afrique noire, Paris, L'Harmattan, 1995, n° 16.

Les Africaines, Histoire des femmes d'Afrique Noire du XIX° au XX° siècle, Paris, Desjonquères, 1994, (Traduction américaine en cours, Westview Press, parution 1996).

"Afrique noire: et la fillette ?," UNICEF.Enfant Roi, enfant victime, Paris, Desclée de Brouwer, 1995, 65-79.

"Femmes africaines, colonisation, histoire," L'Afrique veut vivre, Editions du centre d'information Inter-Peuples, Grenoble, 1995, 105-115.

"L'Afrique noire francophone au tournant de l'indépendance : les héritages," Pour une Histoire économique et sociale internationale. Mélanges offerts à Paul Bairoch, Bouda Etemad, Jean Batou et Thomas David eds), 1995, 371-378.

"De la nation en Afrique noire," Le Débat, n° 83 (1995), 72-93.

"De la nation en Afrique noire," Le Débat, n° 84 (1995), 121-138.

"Villes d'Afrique noire. Les héritages de l'histoire," Le Courrier. Afrique-Caraïbes Pacifique-Union européenne, n° 149 (1995), 50-51.

"Femmes africaines, colonisation, développement," Aujourd'hui l'Afrique, n° spécial "Femmes d'Afrique", n° 55/2(1995), 4-5.

"Donne Africane, colonizzazione, sviluppo," Confronto. Riflessioni sui modelli di sviluppo, n° 1(1995), 93-98.

"Le syndicalisme en Afrique noire des origines à nos jours : naissance tardive et difficultés face aux régimes autoritaires," Histoire du syndicalisme dans le monde des origines à nos jours, (Jean Sagnes éd.), Privat, Toulouse, 1994, 463-492, 526-527 et 536-538.

Publié également, Cahiers d'Histoire, E.N.S. Fontenay-St-Cloud, (1994).

"L'Europe et l'Afrique noire au XX° siècle. Quelques réflexions inspirées par la question aux concours de recrutement en histoire (1993-1995)," Bulletin de la Société d'Histoire moderne et contemporaine, n° 1-2 (1994), 67-75.

Rééd. in Cahiers d'Histoire, n° 64, 1994, 7-22.

"La ronde des enfants du monde", Opinion, Les enfants du monde. Journal de l'UNICEF, n° 119, 1994.

"Afrikaners et Zoulous. Le passé recomposé," Antipodes, (revue d'ITECO, Coopération technique internationale), n° spécial Afrique du sud, Bruxelles, n° 124 (mars 1994), 14-15.

"Du bon usage de l'ethnicité," Le Monde Diplomatique, n° 484 (Juil. 1994), 4-5.

"De la politique et de l'humanitaire au Rwanda," Pages blanches, Le Soir, Bruxelles, 29 Juillet 1994.

"De la nation aux ethnies. De la politique à l'humanitaire," Antipodes, n° 126-127 (novembre 1994), 6-9.

Histoire africaine du XX° siècle. Sociétés-Villes-Cultures, Paris, L'Harmattan, 1993,  n° 14-15.

"Les changements économiques en Afrique dans le contexte mondial, 1935-1980," Histoire générale de l'Afrique, UNESCO, vol. VIII (Ali Mazrui éd.), chap. 11, 1993,  285-316.

"Apogée et crise coloniales," Images et colonies, Nature, discours et influence de l'iconographie coloniale liée à la propagande coloniale et à la représentation des Africains et de l'Afrique en France, de 1920 aux indépendances, n° spécial Plein Sud, (Pascal Blanchard et Armelle Châtelier eds), Actes du Colloque ACHAC Paris, Editions Syros, 1993, 27-33.

"L'Afrique noire francophone au tournant des indépendances : l'héritage," Les Cahiers rationalistes, n° 475 (mars 1993), 178-185.

"Le tiers-monde et nous. Une vision d'historien," Univers-7, n°3 (avril 1993), 7-8.

"Quand l'essor du secteur informel se nourrit des acquis du passé," Le Monde diplomatique, dossier "Afrique des malédictions, espoirs des Africains," mai 1993, 16-17.

"Généalogie de l'Afrique urbaine," Faim Développement Magazine, hors série n° 9, "Le temps des villes", 1993,  7-8.

"Les femmes africaines face à la colonisation," n° spécial "L'âge d'or de la France coloniale 1891-1914", Historia, n° 25 (1993), 56-59.

"A bout portant. Sur l'Afrique d'hier et d'aujourd'hui, ses défis et ses échecs," Le Soir, Bruxelles, (jeudi 2 décembre 1993), 2.

"Femmes et migrations urbaines en Afrique noire, des débuts de la colonisation à l'indépendance," L'Information historique, n° spécial L'Europe et l'Afrique au XX° siècle, vol. 55, n° 4-5 (1993), 150-157.

"La ville coloniale : "lieu de colonisation" et métissage culturel," Afrique Contemporaine, n° spécial Villes d'Afrique, n° 168 (1993), 11-22.

"Ripensare la storia coloniale" (Bianca-Maria Carcangiu ed.), Orientale Karalitana, Cagliari, n° 2 (1993), 61-76.

Afrique noire. Permanences et ruptures, Paris, L'Harmattan, 1993, 2° éd. rév. (1992, édition américaine rév. en paperback).

Histoire des villes d'Afrique noire des origines à la colonisation, Paris, Albin Michel, 1993, collection "L'évolution de l'humanité."

Cahiers du Groupe "Afrique Noire", Laboratoire Tiers-Mondes-Afrique, Université Paris-VII, annuel, 16 numéros parus, d'abord à l'Université Paris-VII, puis depuis 1985 aux éditions L'Harmattan.

JOHNSON-ODIM (or JOHNSON), Cheryl.

Eds., (with Margaret Strobel] Restoring Women to History, (Indiana University Press, forthcoming June 1999).

"Actions Louder than Words: The Historical Task of Defining Feminist Consciousness in Colonial West Africa," Nation, Empire, Colony: Historicizing Gender and Race, eds. Ruth Roach Pierson and Nupur Chaudhuri (Indiana University Press, 1998).

Co-author [Nina Mba] For Women and the Nation: Funmilayo Ransome-Kuti of Nigeria (University of Illinois Press, 1997).

"Mirror Images and Shared Standpoints: Black Women in Africa and in the African Diaspora," Issue, vol. 24, no. 2 (Fall 1996).

"Lady Oyinkan Ababyomi: A Profile," Nigerian Women in Historical Perpsective, ed. Bolanle Awe (Nigeria: Sankore Press, 1993).

"On Behalf of Women and the Nation: Funmilayo Ransome-Kuti and the Struggles for Nigerian Independence and Women's Equality," Expanding the Boundaries of Women's History, eds. Cheryl Johnson-Odim and Margaret Strobel (Indiana University Press, 1992).

Eds., [with Margaret Strobel] Expanding the Boundaries of Women's History: Essays on the History of Women in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean, and the Middle East, (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1992).

"Common Themes, Different Contexts: Third World Women and Feminism," U.S.-Japan Women's Journal, (in Japanese) no. 12 (1992).

"Common Themes, Different Contexts: Third World Women and Feminism," Third World Women and the Politics of Feminism, eds. Chandra Mohanty et al (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1991).

Co-authored with M. Strobel, "Conceptualizing Women in the Histories of Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean, and the Middle East," Journal of Women's History, vol. 1, no. 1, (Spring 1989).

"Class and Gender: A Consideration of Yoruba Women during the Colonial Period," Women and Class in Africa. Robertson, Claire and Iris Berger, eds. (New York: Africana Publishing Company – Holms and Meier, 1986), 237-254.

"Grassroots Organizing: Women in the Anti-Colonial Struggle in Southwestern Nigeria," African Studies Review, vol. 25, nos. 2/3, (June/September 1982).

"Female Leadership During the Colonial Period: Madam Alimotu Pelewura and the Lagos Marketwomen," Tarikh, vol. 7, no. 1 (1981).

"Towards a Conceptual Framework for the Study of African Women," Red River Valley Historical Journal, vol. 4, no 1 (1979).

[Co-guest edited two issues of the Journal of Women's History and one of the National Women's Studies Assocaition Journal and tons of book reviews.].

NWAUNA, Apollos O.

"The Europeans in Africa: Prelude to Colonialism", in Toyin Falola (ed.) African History and Cultures to 1885, Carolina Academic Press, Durham, Florida, 2000 (forthcoming).

Book Review: F.H. Toase and E.J. Yorke (ed.) The New South Africa: Prospects for Democracy and International Security, Macmillan, London, 1998, pp.212, Journal of African Policy Studies, 2000, forthcoming.

"Far Ahead of His Time: James Africanus Horton's Initiatives for a West African University and His Frustrations, 1862-1871", Cahiérs D'Études Africaines, vol.153, no. XXXIXIX-1, 1999, pp.107-121 (France).

"Adu A. Boahen", "Basil Davidson", "Harry Johnston", and "Apolo Kagwa"; Commissioned Biographical Entries, D.R.Woolf (ed.) A Global Encyclopedia of Historical Writing, Garland Publishing, New York, 1998.

Imperialism, Academe, and Nationalism: Britain and University Education for Africans, 1860 - 1960, Frank Cass, London, 1997.

Book Review: J.F. Ade Ajayi, Lameck K.H. Goma, and G. Ampah Johnson, The African Experience with Higher Education, James Currey, London, 1996, Canadian Journal of African Studies, vol.31, no.3, 1997.

"The Evolution of the Aro Confederacy in Southeastern Nigeria, 1690-1720: A Theoretical Synthesis of State Formation Process in Africa", Anthropos, vol. 90, 1995. (Germany).

"University Education for Africans, 1900-1935: An 'Anathema' to British Administrative Policy", Asian and African Studies, vol.27. No.3, 1995. (Israel).

"The Aro Secondary Source-Material: A Biblio-Historiographical Review", Ife Journal of History, (University of Ife, Ile-Ife, Nigeria), Vol.2, No.1, 1994. (Nigeria).

"The British Establishment of Universities in Tropical Africa, 1920-1948: A Reaction Against the Spread of American 'Radical' Influence", Cahiérs d'Études Africaines, Vol.130, No.XXXIII-2, 1993. (France)

"The British Abolition of the Slave Trade: A Re-Appraisal of the Humanitarian and Economic Controversy", Africa Quarterly, Vol.31, Nos.3-4, 1992. (Indian Council for Cultural Relations, (New Delhi).

Co-Editor (with J.B. Webster), Fundamentals of African History, Dalhousie University Press, Halifax, 1993.

"The Partition of West Africa: A Reconsideration of the Robinson-Gallagher's Strategic Thesis", in A.O.Nwauwa and J.B. Webster (eds.) Fundamentals of African History, Dalhousie University Press, Halifax, 1993.

"On Aro Primary Source-Material: A Critique of the Historiography", History in Africa: A Journal of Method, Vol.19, 1992 (ASA Publication, Atlanta, USA).

"Integrating Arochukwu into the Regional Chronological Structure", History in Africa: A Journal Of Method, Vol. 18, 1991. (USA)

"The Dating of the Aro Chiefdom: A Synthesis of Correlated Genealogies", History in Africa: A Journal Of Method, Vol.17, 1990. (USA).

"The Christian Slave Trade and the Muslim Counter-Attack" in J.B.Webster, John Flint and Lawrence Stokes (eds.) Europe and the Third World, Dalhousie University Press, Halifax, 1990.

"State Formation in Africa: A Reconsideration of the Traditional Theories", Africa Quarterly, Vol.XXVII, Nos.3-4, 1988-89.

ORIJI, John N.

"Igbo Women From 1929-1960," West Africa Review, vol. 2, no. 1 (August 2000) http://www.westafricareview.com/vol2.1/oriji.html.

ROBERTSON, Claire.

Second Face: Berida's Lives. 37 minute videotape to be shown with Struggle book or independently, distributed by Indiana University Press, 2000.

"We Only Come Here to Struggle": Stories of Berida's Life. Co-authored with Berida Ndambuki. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2000.

Trouble Showed the Way: Women, Men and Trade in the Nairobi Area, 1890-1990. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1997.

Women and Class in Africa. Co-edited with Iris Berger. New York: Holmes and Meier, 1986.

Sharing the Same Bowl: A Socioeconomic History of Women and Class in Accra, Ghana. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1984; paperback reissue University of Michigan Press, 1990. Winner of Herskovits Award, 1985; runner-up for Kelly Prize.

Women and Slavery in Africa. Co-edited with Martin Klein. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1984. New edition Heinemann, 1996.

"Claiming Freedom: Abolition and Identity in Saint Lucian History," Journal of Caribbean History 34, 1-2 (2001): 89-129.

"Age, Gender and Knowledge Revolutions in Africa and the United States," Journal of Women's History 12, 4 (winter, 2001): 174-83.

"Cultural Materialism: Reflections on a Theoretical Odyssey from Africa to the West Indies," Journal of Women's History 11, 1 (Spring, 1999): 167-80.

"The Feminization of Poverty in Africa: Roots and Branches," Brown Journal of World Affairs 5, 2 (Summer-Fall, 1998): 195-201.

"Gender and Trade Relations in Central Kenya in the Late Nineteenth Century," International Journal of African Historical Studies 30, 1 (1997): 23-47.

"Women Entrepreneurs? Trade and the Gender Division of Labor in Nairobi." In African Entrepreneurship. Ed. A. Spring and B. McDade. Gainesville: University of Florida Press, 1998. Pp. 109-27.

"Black, White and Red All Over: Beans, Women, and Agricultural Imperialism in Twentieth Century Kenya," Agricultural History 71, 3 (July, 1997): 259-99.

"Transitions in Kenyan Patriarchy: Attempts to Control Women Traders in the Nairobi Area, 1920 to 1960". In Courtyards, Markets, City Streets: Urban Women in Africa. Ed. Kathleen Sheldon. Boulder: Westview, 1996.

"Africa into the Americas? Slavery and Women, the Family, and the Gender Division of Labor". In More than Chattel: Black Women and Slavery in the Americas. Ed. D.B. Gaspar and D.C. Hine. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1996. Pp.3-40.

"Grassroots in Kenya: Women, Genital Mutilation and Collective Action, 1920-1990", Signs 21, 3 (Spring, 1996): 615-42. Excerpted in S.and B. Hughes, eds. Women in World History (Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, 1997) 2: 178-81.

"Comparative Advantage: Women and Trade in Accra, Ghana and Nairobi, Kenya". In African Market Women and Economic Power. Ed. B. House-Midamba and F. Ekechi. Westport, CN: Greenwood, 1995. Pp.99-119.

"Trade, Gender, and Poverty in the Nairobi Area: Women's Strategies for Survival and Independence in the 1980s". In EnGendering Wealth and Well-being: Latin America and Beyond. Ed. C.A. Rakowski and R.L. Blumberg. Boulder: Westview, 1994. Pp.65-87.

"Traders and Urban Struggles: The Creation of a Militant Female Underclass in Nairobi, 1960-1990", Journal of Women's History 4, 3 (Winter, 1993): 9-42.

"The Perils of Autonomy", Gender and History 3, 1 (Spring, 1991): 91-96.

"Never Underestimate the Power of Women: the Transforming Vision of African Women's History," Women's Studies International Forum 11, 5 (1988): 439-53. Reprinted in Papers in Comparative Studies 7 (1991-92): 123-45.

"Invisible Workers: African Women and the Problem of the Self-Employed in Labour History," Journal of Asian and African Studies 23, 1-2 (1988): 180-98.

"Food Distribution in Africa: A Question of Gender?" TransAfrica Forum 4, 3 (Spring 1987): 25-42.

"Developing Economic Awareness: Changing Perspectives in Studies of African Women, 1976-85," Feminist Studies 13, 1 (Spring, 1987): 97-135.

"Social Change in Contemporary Africa." In Africa. Ed. Phyllis Martin and Patrick O'Meara. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1986. Pp.249-64. Revised for new edition, 1995.

"Women's Education and Class Formation in Africa, 1950-1980." In Women and Class in Africa. Ed. Robertson and Berger. Pp. 92-113.

"Analyzing Class and Gender-African Perspectives," Introduction, Women and Class in Africa. Ed. Robertson and Berger. Pp. 3-24.

"A Growing Dilemma: African Women's Primary Education," East African Journal of Research and Development 15 (1985): 17-35.

"Formal or Informal Education, Entrepreneurial Women in Accra, Ghana," Comparative Education Review 28, 4 (Nov. 1984): 639-58.

"Post-Proclamation Slavery in Accra: A Women's Affair?" In Women and Slavery in Africa. Ed. Robertson and Klein. Pp. 220-45.

"Women's Importance in African Slave Systems." Introduction, Women and Slavery in Africa. Ed. Robertson and Klein. Pp. 3-25.

"Women in the Urban Economy." In African Women South of the Sahara. Ed. J. Hay and S. Stichter. New York: Longman's, 1984. Pp.33-50. Revised for new edition, 1995.

"The Death of Makola and other Tragedies: Male Strategies against a Female-Dominated System," Canadian Journal of African Studies 17, 3 (1983): 674-95.

"In Pursuit of Life Histories: The Problem of Bias," Frontiers 7, 2(1983): 63-69.

"The Nature and Effects of Differential Access to Education in Ga Society," Africa 47, 2 (1977): 208-19.

"Change in the Organization of the Fish Trade in Twentieth Century Accra," African Urban Notes II, 2 (Spring 1976): 43-56.

"Ga Women and Socioeconomic Change in Accra, Ghana." In Women in Africa. Ed. E. Bay and N. Hafkin. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1976. Pp. 111-33.

"Women and Change in Marketing Conditions in the Accra Area," Rural Africana 29 (Winter, 1975-76): 157-71.

"Economic Woman in Africa: Profit-Making Techniques of Accra Market Women," Journal of Modern African Studies 12,4 (December 1974): 657-65.

ZELEZA, Paul Tiyambe.

(other enteries in literature)

A Modern Economic History of Africa, Volume 2: The Twentieth Century (Dakar: Codesria Book Series and other publishers, forthcoming).

[Ed] with M. C. Diop, Beyond Crisis in Africa: Struggles and Transformations (Dakar: Codesria Book Series, forthcoming).

"Beyond the Paradigms of Crises," Beyond Crisis in Africa: Struggles and Transformations, eds. Paul Tiyambe Zeleza and M. C. Diop (Dakar: Codesria Book Series, forthcoming).

[Ed] with Ezekiel Kalipeni, Sacred Spaces and Public Quarrels: African Cultural and Economic Landscapes, (Trenton, NJ.: Africa World Press, forthcoming, 1999).

"The Spatial Economy of Structural Adjustment in African Cities," Sacred Spaces and Public Quarrels: African Cultural and Economic Landscapes, eds., Ezekiel Kalipeni and Paul Tiyambe Zeleza (Trenton, NJ.: Africa World Press, 1999).

{Co-authored]with Ezekiel Kalipeni, "Rethinking Space, Politics, and Society," Sacred Spaces and Public Quarrels: African Cultural and Economic Landscapes, eds., Ezekiel Kalipeni and Paul Tiyambe Zeleza (Trenton, NJ.: Africa World Press, 1999).

[Ed] with Dan Williams, The Creation and Consumption of Leisure in Urban Africa, Contacted University of Illinois Press.

Labour, Unionization and Women’s Participation in Kenya: 1963-1987 (Nairobi: Friedrich Ebert Foundation, 1988).

"The Challenges of Editing Scholarly Journals in Africa," Knowledge Dissemination in Africa: The Role of Scholarly Journals, eds. Philip G. Altbach and Damtew Teferra (Chestnut Hill, MA: Bellagio Publishing Network, 1998), 13-38.

Manufacturing African Studies and Crises (Dakar Book Series, 1997).

"African Libraries and the Consumption and Production of Knowledge," Development and Patronage, ed. Deborah Eade (Oxford: Oxfam, 1997), 14-24.

"Gender Biases in African Historiography," Gendering the Social Sciences in Africa, eds., Ayesha M. Imam, Amina Mama and Fatou Sow (Dakar: Codesria Book Series, 1997), 81-115.

"Academic Freedom in the North and the South: An African Perspective," Academe: Bulletin of the American Association of University Professors, vol. 83, no.6 (November-December 1997): 16-21.

"Visions of Freedom and Democracy in Post-Colonial African Literature," Women Studies Quarterly, vol. 25, nos. 2&3 (Fall/Winter 1997): 10-34.

"The Perpetual Solitudes and Crises of African Studies in the United States Today." Africa Today, vol. 44, no. 2 (1997): 193-210.

"Resurrecting South Africa from the Ashes of Apartheid," review article of Robert Fines with Dennis Davis, Beyond Apartheid: Labour and Liberation in South Africa. Johannesburg: Ravan Press, 1990, pp. xiii+338. Stephen Gelb, ed. South Africa's Economic Crisis. Cape Town: David Philip, 1991, pp. xiii+289; Pauline H. Baker, et. al., eds. South Africa and the World Economy in the 1990s. Cape Town and Johannesburg: David Philip, 1993, pp. xiv+263; Ben Turok, et. al., Development and Reconstruction in South Africa: A Reader. Johannesburg: Institute for African Alternatives, 1993, pp. 226; Iraj Abedian and Barry Standish, eds. Economic Growth in South Africa: Selected Policy Issues. Cape Town: Oxford University Press, 1992. pp. viii+239; Peter G. Moll, The Great Economic Debate: The Radical's Guide to the South African Economy. Johannesburg: Skotaville, 1991, pp. 154; Peter Moll, et. al., eds. Redistribution: How can it Work in South Africa? Cape Town: David Philip, 1991, pp.ix+150; Duncan Innes, et. al. Power and Profit: Politics, Labour, and Business in South Africa. Cape Town: Oxford University Press, 1992, pp.x+310; African National Congress, The Reconstruction and Development Programme: A Policy Framework. Johannesburg: Umanyano Publications, 1994, pp.147. In Africa Development (in press).

"Struggle for the University," review article of J. F. Ade Ajayi, Lameck K. H. Goma, and G. Ampah Johnson, The African Experience with Higher Education. Accra: The Association of African Universities, 1996, pp.xii + 276; Emmanuel Ngara, The African University and Its Mission. Lesotho: The Institute of Southern African Studies, 1994. Pp.xviii+194; Lalage Bown, ed., Towards a Commonwealth of Scholars: A New Vision for the Nineties. London: Commonwealth Secretariat, 1994, pp.xii + 245; and Codesria, The State of Academic Freedom in Africa. Dakar: Codesria, 1996, pp.189. In Africa Development, vol.22, no. 2 (1997): 181-192.

"Fictions of the Postcolonial," review article of Francis Barker, Peter Hulme, and Margaret Iversen, eds. Colonial Discourse / Postcolonial Theory. Manchester and New York: Manchester University Press, 1994. Pp.vi+288; Padmini Mongia, ed. Contemporary Postcolonial Theory: A Reader. London and New York: Arnold, 1996, pp.vii+407; O. P. Juneja, Post Colonial Novel: Narratives of Colonial Consciousness. New Delhi: Creative Books, 1995, pp.x+182. In The Toronto Review, vol.15, no. 2 (1997): 19-29.

[Book review] Dimensions of Development With Emphasis on Africa. Uppsala: Nordiska Afrikainstitutet, 1995. By Tekeste Nagash and Lars Rudebeck, eds. Pp.279. In International Journal of African Historical Studies. (in press).

[Book review] Sustainable Development in Third World Countries. Westport, Con.: Praeger, 1996. By Valentine Udoh James. Pp.xvi+245. In International Journal of African Historical Studies. (in press).

[Book review] Economic and Demographic Change in Africa. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1995. By Archie Mafeje and Samir Radwan, eds. Pp.173. In International Journal of African Historical Studies. (in press).

[Book review] Being and Becoming Oromo: Historical and Anthropological Enquiries. Uppsala: Nordiska Afrikainstitute, 1996. Pp.310. By P. T. W. Baxter, Jan Hultin, and Alessandro Triulzi, eds. In Africa Development. (in press).

[Book review] People of the Plow: An Agricultural History of Ethiopia, 1800-1990. Pp.xviii+298. By James C. McCann. Madison: The University of Wisconsin Press, 1995. Pp.xviii+298. In Technology & Culture, vol. 38, no. 3 (1997): 980-982.

Development Planning and Decolonization in Nigeria. Gainesville: University of Florida Press, 1996. Pp.xxiv+215. By Toyin Falola. In Journal of African History. vol. 38, no. 3 (1997): 517-19.

"Research Cooperation Within Africa," in Academic Book Production and Distribution in Africa. Conference Report. Chr. Michelsen Institute. (April 10-11, 1997), 90-104.

"National Book Policy: The Key to Long-Term Development," Southern Africa Political and Economic Monthly, vol.10, no.1 (1996): 33-36. Also published as "A Social Contract for Books," The African Book Publishing Record, vol. 22, no. 4 (1996): 251-6; and National Book Policies for Africa. Key to Long-tem Development, ed. M. McCartney (Harare: Zimbabwe International Book Fair, 1996), 12-20.

"Manufacturing and Consuming Knowledge: African Libraries and Publishing," Development in Practice, vol.6, no. 4 (1996): 293-303.

"The Struggle of Memories in Abiku Societies: Reading Recent West African Literature." The Toronto Review, vol.14, no. 2 (1996): 54-65.

"Reflections on the Traditions of Authoritarianism and Democracy in African History," Afrika Zamani, New Series no. 2 (1996): 223-40.

[Book review] Our Strength is in our fields: African families in change. Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall/Hunt. Pp.xi+330. By Raija Warkentin. In Canadian Woman Studies. (in press).

[Book review] Out in the Cold: Academic Boycotts and the Isolation of South Africa. Arlignton, VA: Information Resource Press. Pp.xii +158. By Lorraine J. Haricombe and F. W. Lancaster. In History of Education Quarterly, vol. 36, no. 3 (1996): 314-5.

[Book review] Terms of Trade and Terms of Trust. Münster: Lit Verlag, n.d. Pp.viii+473. By Achim von Oppen. In Journal of African History, vol. 37, no. 2 (1996): 312-313.

[Book review] African Decolonization. London and New York: Edward Arnold, 1994. Pp.xi +222. By H.S. Wilson. In Journal of African History, vol. 37, no. 2 (1996): 337-338.

"The Moral Economy of Working Class Struggle: Strikers, the Community and the State in the 1947 Mombasa General Strike," Africa Development, vol. 20, no.3 (1995): 51-87.

"Totalitarian Power and Censorship in Malawi," Southern Africa Political and Economic Monthly. vol.8, no. 11 (1995): 33-7; and as "Banishing Words and Stories in Banda’s Malawi," Codesria Bulletin, no.3, (1995): 1-4.

"Bullies in Uniform: Military Misrule in Nigeria," review article of Tunji Olagunju, Adele Jinadu and Sam Oyovbaire, Transition to Democracy in Nigeria (1985-1993). Ibadan: Safari Books, 1993, pp.ix+278; and Said Adejumobi and Abubakar Momoh, eds., The Political Economy of Nigeria Under Military Rule: 1984-1993. Harare: Sapes Books, 1995, pp.xix+359. In Africa Development, vol. 20, no. 4, (1995): 143-51.

"Beyond Communal Tenure: Land and Cattle in African Agrarian Systems," a review article of Thomas J. Bassett and Donald E. Crummey, eds. Land in African Agrarian Systems. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1993, pp.xi+418; and Peter Rigby. Cattle, Capitalism, and Class: Ilparakuyo Maasai and Transformations. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1992, pp. xviii+ 247. In Africa Development,, vol. 20, no. 1 (1995): 147-57.

"Homage to the Master," review article of Adewale Maja-Pearce, ed. Wole Soyinka: An Appreciation. Oxford: Heinemann, 1994, pp.ix+166. In The Toronto Review, vol.13, no. 2 (1995): 87-90.

[Book review] To Hell with Paradise: A History of the Jamaican Tourist Industry. Pittsburg and London: University of Pittsburg Press, 1993. pp.ix+259. By Frank Fonda Taylor. In Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Studies, vol. 20, nos. 39-40 (1995): 307-9.

[Book review] Academic Freedom in Africa. Dakar: Codesria, 1994. Pp.370. Edited by Mahmood Mamdani and Mamadou Diouf. International Higher Education, no.1 (May 1995).

[Book review] Adjusting to Policy Failure in African Economies. Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, 1994. Pp.xiv+421. By David Sahn, ed. In International Journal of African Historical Studies, vol. 28 (1995): 416-18.

[Book review] Cutting Down Trees: Gender, Nutrition, and Agricultural Change in the Northern Province of Zambia, 1890-1910. London: James Currey, 1994. Pp.xxv+278. By Henrietta L. Moore and Megan Vaughan. In International Journal of African Historical Studies, vol. (1995): 404-6.

[Book review] Burying S.M. Otieno. London: James Currey, 1992. Pp.xiii+159. By E.S. Atieno-Odhiambo and David Cohen. In Canadian Journal of African Studies, vol. 29, no.1 (1995): 139-41.

[Book review] Nehanda. Toronto: Tsar Publications, 1994. Pp. 118. By Yvonne Vera. The Toronto Review, vol.13, No. 3 (1995): 87-9.

[Co-author] Momar Coumba Diop, "Report of Codesria Eighth General Assembly," Codesria Bulletin, no.4 (1995): 3-15.

"The Unemployment Crisis in Africa in the 1970s and 1980s," Between State and Civil Society in Africa, ed. Eghosa Osaghae (Dakar: Codesria Book Series), 75-122.

"The Democratic Transition in Africa and the Anglophone Writer," Canadian Journal of African Studies, vol. 28, no. 3 (1994): 472-97.

"The Strike Movement in Colonial Kenya," Transafrican Journal of History, vol. 22 (1994): 1-23.

[Co-author) Joan Sangster, "Academic Freedom in Context," Journal of Canadian Studies, vol. 29, no. 1 (1994): 139-144.

"African Studies and the Disintegration of Paradigms," review article of Kwame Anthony Appiah, In My Father's House: Africa in the Philosophy of Culture. New York: Oxford University Press, 1992, pp.xi+225; Robert H. Bates, et. al., Africa and the Disciplines: The Contribution of Research in Africa to the Social Sciences and Humanities. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1993, pp.xxiii+245; Frederick Cooper, et. al., Confronting Historical Paradigms: Peasants, Labor, and the Capitalist World System in Africa and Latin America. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1993, pp.viii+422. In Africa Development, vol.19, no. 4 (994): 179-93.

"The Tribulations of Undressing the Emperor," review article of Edward Said, Culture and Imperialism, Alfred A. Knopf, New York, pp.xxviii+380. In Canadian Journal of African Studies, vol. 28, no. 1 (1994): 106-20.

[Book review] From the Congo Free State to Zaire (1885-1974): Towards a Demystification of Economic and Political History. Dakar: Codesria Book Series, 1992. Pp. 235. By Jacques Depelchin. In Africa Development, vol. 19, no. 2 (1994): 183-5.

[Book review] Studies in the Economic History of Southern Africa. Vol One: The Front Line States. London: Frank Cass, 1990. Pp.228. By Z.A. Konczacki, J.L. Parpart and T.M. Shaw, eds. In Africa Development, vol 19, no.3 (1994): 137-9.

[Book review] River of Blood: The Genesis of a Martyr Cult in Southern Malawi, c. A.D. 1600. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1992. Pp.xiii+325. By Mathew J. Schoffeleers. In Ethnohistory, vol. 41, no. 3 (1994): 506-8.

Book review] Reformism and Revisionism in Africa's Political Economy in the 1990s. London and New York: Macmillan and St. Martin's Press, 1993. Pp.xii+215. By Timothy M. Shaw. In The International Journal of African Historical Studies, vol. 27, No. 1 (1994): 195-7.

[Book review] The Rise and Fall of Philanthropy in East Africa: The Asian Contribution. New Brunswick, N.J. and London: Transaction Publishers, 1992. Pp.x+251. By Robert G. Gregory. In History of Education Quarterly, vol. 34, no. 1 (1994): 112-4.

A Modern Economic History of Africa, vol 1: The Nineteenth Century(Dakar: Codesria, 1993).

"Gendering African History," review article of Jane L. Parpart and Kathleen A. Staudt, eds, Women and the State in Africa. Boulder and London: Lynne Rienner, 1989. Pp.229; Sharon Stichter and Jane L. Parpart, eds., Women, Employment and the Family in the International Division of Labour. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1990. Pp.253; Luise White, The Comforts of Home: Prostitution in Colonial Nairobi. Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press, 1990. Pp.285; and Family, State, and Economy in Africa, Special Issue on African Women, Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 16, No.4 (1991). In Africa Development, Vol.18, No.1:99-117.

[Book review] Peasant Intellectuals: Anthropology and History in Tanzania. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1990. Pp.340. By Steve Feierman. In Africa Development, vol.18, no.1 (1993): 118-120.

"The Labour System in Independent Kenya," An Economic History of Kenya, eds., W.R. Ochieng' and Robert Maxon (Nairobi: Heinemann Kenya/East African Education Publishers, 1992), 347-369.

"The Colonial Labour System in Kenya," An Economic History of Kenya, eds., W.R. Ochieng' and Robert Maxon (Nairobi: Heinemann Kenya/East African Education Publishers, 1992), 171-199.

"African Social Scientists and the Struggle for Academic Freedom," Journal of Eastern African Research and Development, vol. 22 (1992): 11-32.

"The Strengths and Limits of Local History," review article of Landeg White, Magomero Portrait of an African Village. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1988. Pp.xii+271. In Transafrican Journal of History, volume 21 (1992).

"Rethinking Development and Underdevelopment," review article of Gavin Kitching, Development and Underdevelopment in Historical Perspective. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1989. Pp.209; and Nigel Harris, The End of the Third World. Newly Industrializing Countries and the Decline of an Ideology. London: Penguin, 1988. Pp.231. In Journal of Eastern African Research and Development, volume 22 (1992).

"South Africa: Through the Eyes of a Nineteenth Century Tourist," review article of Adulphe Delegorgue, Travels in Southern Africa. Volume 1. Pietermaritzburg: University of Natal Press, 1990. Pp.359. In Research in African Literatures, vol. 23, no.3 (1992): 147-9.

"The Development of African Capitalism," review article of John Sender and Sheila Smith, The Development of Capitalism in Africa. London and New York: Methuen, 1986. Pp.171; and Paul Kennedy, African Capitalism. The Struggle for Ascendancy. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1988. Pp.233. In Africa Development, vol.15 (1992): 129-136.

[Book review] South Africa's Labour Empire: A History of Black Migrancy to the Gold Mines. Boulder: Westview, 1991; Pp. 266; by Jonathan Crush, Alan Jeeves and David Yudelman. In Canadian Journal of African Studies, 27, 1 (1992): 111-112.

[Book review] Slavery and African Life: Occidental, Oriental, and African Slave Trades, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1990; Pp. 236; Patrick Manning. In Africa Development, vol.17, no. 4 (1992): 99-101.

"Economic Policy and Performance in Kenya since Independence," Journal of Eastern African Research and Development, vol. 21 (1991): 35-76.

"Agrarian Crisis in Africa," review article of Peter Lawrence, ed. World Recession and the Food Crisis in Africa. London: Review of African Political Economy and James Currey, 1986. Pp.vi+314; Philip Raikes, Modernizing Hunger: Famine, Food Surplus and Farm Policy in the EEC and Africa. London: James Currey and Heinemann, 1988. Pp.vii, 280; and Thandika Mkandawire and Naceur Bourenane, eds., The State and Agriculture in Africa, London: Codesria Book Series, 1987. Pp.380. In African Urban Quarterly, vol.6, nos.1&2 (1991):130-134.

[Book review] On The African Waterfront, Urban Disorder and the Transformation of Work in Colonial Mombasa. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1987. Pp. 290. In Transafrican Journal of History, volume 20 (1991): 213-6.

[Book review] Foreign Aid Reconsidered. Baltimore and London: Johns Hopkins University Press and James Currey, 1988. Pp. 310; Roger C. Riddell. In African Urban Quarterly, volume 6, nos. 1 and 2 (1991): 157-9.

"Africa's Economic Performance Since Independence," Towards African Christian Liberation, ed. L. Nyamwera et al (Nairobi: St. Paul's Publications, 1990), 153-182.

"The Production of Historical Knowledge for Schools," Transafrican Journal of History, vol.19 (1990): 1-23.

"The Development of the Cooperative Movement in Kenya since Independence," Journal of Eastern African Research and Development, vol. 20 (1990): 68-94.

"The History and Structure of African Poverty," a review article of John Illife, The African Poor, A History. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1987. Pp.387. In Africa Development, Volume 15, No.1 (1990): 97-104.

[Book review] A History of Africa. London: Zed Books, 1988. Pp.172; Hosea Jaffe. In Transafrican Journal of History, volume 19 (1990): 194-6.

"Labour Coercion and Migration in Early Colonial Kenya," Forced Labour and Migration: Patterns of Movement Within Africa, ed. A. Zegeye (London: Hans Zell, 1989), 159-179.

"Kenya and the Second World War Years: 1939-1952," A Modern History of Kenya: 1895-1980. Essays in Honour of B.A. Ogot, ed. W.R. Ochieng' (London and Nairobi: Evans Brothers, 1989), 144-172.

"The Establishment of Colonial Rule in Kenya: 1905-1920," A Modern History of Kenya: 1895-1980. Essays in Honour of B.A. Ogot, ed. W.R. Ochieng' (London and Nairobi: Evans Brothers, 1989), 35-70.

"The Global Dimensions of Africa's Crisis: Debts, Structural Adjustment and Workers," Transafrican Journal of History, vol.18 (1989): 1-53.

[Book review] Informal Sector in Lilongwe. A Study of Informal Sector Activities in Garages, Metal Fabricating, Tinsmithing and Woodworking. Addis Ababa: JASPA, 1987. Pp. 120. By JASPA. In African Urban Quarterly, volume 4, nos. 3 and 4 (1989): 400-1.

[Book review] Industrialization in Kenya. In Search of A Strategy. London and Nairobi: James Currey and Heinemann Kenya, 1988. Pp. 328; eds., Peter Coughlin and G.K. Ikiara. In African Urban Quarterly, volume 4, nos. 1 and 2 (1989): 152-5.

[Book review] Understanding Africa's Rural Households and Farming Systems. Boulder and London: Westview Press, 1986; Pp. 234; ed. J. L. Moock. In African Urban Quarterly, volume 4, Nos. 1 and 2 (1989): 150-2.

[Book review] The Challenge of Employment and Basic Needs in Africa. Nairobi: Oxford University Press, 1986; Pp.379. By the ILO/JASPA. In Eastern African Social Science Research Review, volume IV, number 2 (1989): 87-91.

[Book review] Africa's Adjustment and Growth in the 1980s. Washington. D.C: The World Bank and the UNDP, 1989. Pp.33. By the World Bank and UNDP. In Journal of Eastern African Research and Development, volume 19 (1989): 187-91.

[Co-authored] with B. A. Ogot, "Kenya's Road to Independence and After," Decolonization and African Independence: The Transfers of Power, 1960-1980, eds., P. Gifford and W.R. Louis (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1988), 401-426.

"Women and the Labour Process in Kenya since Independence," Transafrican Journal of History, vol.17 (1988): 69-107.

"African Sugar on the World Market," Journal of Eastern African Research and Development, vol.18 (1988): 1-23.

[Book review] Hope Born Out of Despair. Nairobi: Heinemann Kenya, 1988. Pp.123. By Thomas Odhiambo, et. al. In Transafrican Journal of History, volume 18 (1988): 196-7.

[Book review] Squatters and the Roots of Mau Mau. Nairobi and London: James Currey and Heinemann Kenya, 1987. Pp.206. By Tabitha Kanogo. In Transafrican Journal of History, volume 17 (1988): 193-6.

"Trade Union Imperialism: American Labour, the ICFTU and the Kenyan Labour Movement," Social and Economic Studies, vol. 36, no. 2 (1987): 145-170.

"Pan-African Trade Unionism: Unity and Discord," Transafrican Journal of History, vol. 15 (1986): 64-190.

"The Current Agrarian Crisis in Africa: Its History and Future," Journal of Eastern African Research and Development, vol.16 (1986): 151-186.

"Independence on a Silver-Platter: The Emerging Liberal Mythology," Ufahamu, vol.15, nos.1&2 (1986): 182-201.

"The Political Economy of British Colonial Development and Welfare in Africa," Transafrican Journal of History, vol.14 (1985): 139-161.

"UNESCO Conference on the Revision of History Textbooks in East and Central Africa," March 25-30, Nairobi, (1985), 77.

"Colonialism and Internationalism: The Case of the British and Kenyan Labour Movements," Ufahamu, vol.14, no.1 (1984): 9-28.

"UNESCO Conference on the Revision of History Textbooks in East and Central Africa," December 13-18, Nairobi, (1984), 51.

"African History: The Rise and Decline of Academic Tourism," Ufahamu, vol.13, no.1 (1983): 9-42.