Selected Publications

Selected Publications of the African Studies Group

Alcock, K.J. & D. Ngorosho, ‘Learning to spell and learning phonology: The spelling of nasal consonants in Kiswahili’.Reading and Writing, 20 (2007) 643-670.

Appah, C. K. I. (2009). The representation of ISVC in C and F structures of LFG: A proposal. In SKASE Journal of Theoretical Linguistics [online] 6.1 (2009). <> ISSN 1339-782X.

Baker, Charlotte (ed.), Expressions of the Body: Representations in African Text and Image. Oxford: Peter Lang, 2009. ISBN: 9783039115464.

Charlotte Baker and Jennifer Jahn (eds), Postcolonial Slavery: Colonialism’s Legacy. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2008. ISBN: 1443801034.

Charlotte Baker and Zoë Norridge (eds), Crossing Places: New Research in African Studies. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2007. ISBN: 1847180965.

Hearn, Julie, ‘African NGOs: The New Compradors?’ Development and Change 38(6): 1095-1110 (2007).

Johansson, Ola, ‘Performative Interventions: African Community Theatre in the Age of AIDS’, in Mark Franko (ed.)Ritual and Event: Interdisciplinary Perspectives, London and New York: Routledge, 2006.

Katamba, Francis, ‘The word in Luganda’. In Studies in African Linguistic Typology Voeltz, F. K. Erhard (ed.) Typological Studies in Language 64, pp. 171-93, (written with Larry Hyman 2006).

Margerrison, Christine, ‘Ces forces obscures de l’aˆme’: Women, Race and Origins in the Writings of Albert Camus. Amsterdam, Rodopi, 2008.

Moore, Lindsey, ‘Minding the Gap: Migration, Diaspora, Exile and Return in Women’s Visual Media’, in Contemporary Art in the Middle East, ed. Paul Sloman (London: black dog, 2009), 26-41.

Moore, Lindsey, Arab, Muslim, Woman: Voice and Vision in Postcolonial Literature and Film (London: Routledge, 2008).

Strachan, John, ‘The Colonial Identity of Wine: The Leakey Affair and the Franco-Algerian Order of Things,’ Social History of Alcohol and Drugs: An Interdisciplinary Journal 21: 2 (2007) 118-137.

Strachan, John, ‘The Pasteurization of Algeria?’, French History 20: 3 (2006) 260-275.

Vermeylen, Saskia, Contextualising ‘Fair’ and ‘Equitable’: the San’s Reflections on the Hoodia Benefit-Sharing Agreement. Local Environment, 12.4 (2007) pp. 423-436. ISSN 1469-6711 (electronic) 1354-9839 (paper)

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