AFRICAN RESEARCH & DOCUMENTATION No. 122 2013CONTENTSArticlesHendrik Snyders‘Patriotic pigeons’: pigeon politics and military service in war time South Africa,
c.1899 – 1945
James Lowry and David Luyomba
A Regional Approach to Building Digital Archives Capacity in Uganda
“Our Foreign Field”: Records of the Salvation Army in Africa
The Henry Martyn Centre: home of some ‘hidden’ African Collections
Origins of the Afro Comb Terry Barringer
Manchester’s ‘Studies in Imperialism Series’: a Review Essay
The Story of Black, by John Harvey
AFRICAN RESEARCH & DOCUMENTATION NO. 121 2013ArticlesJason M. SchultzSupporting Capacity Building for Archives in Africa: initiatives of the Cooperative Africana Materials Project (CAMP) since 1995Rachel PlayforthUnhiding African collections at the British Library for Development StudiesNichola CourtWhen and why is a collection “hidden”? Awakening interest in the Hornung Papers at West Sussex Record OfficeMathias Alubafi FubahDo We Need Museums in the Cameroon Grassfields?Margaret AdeogunDynamic Library Leadership for Sub-Saharan Africa: investing in what worksObituaryHans PanofskyReview EssayHans Zell Oxford University Press in Postcolonial Africa: a review essayBook ReviewsApproaching African History, by Michael Brett,Terry BarringerPhotography and Exploration, by James R. RyanJohn MackenzieThrough a Glass Darkly: photographs of the Leipzig Mission from East Africa, 1896–1939; edited by Adam JonesTerry BarringerThe Hidden History of South Africa’s Book and Reading Cultures, by Archie Dick.Terry BarringerEmpire, Global Coloniality and African subjectivity, by Sabelo J. Ndlovu-GatsheniPeter Limb
ArticlesMichelle Guittar & David L. Easterbrook
Digitisation at the Melville J. Herskovits Library of African Studies: A consideration of processes and outcomes
Accessing Material from the Genocide Archive of Rwanda
A Very Different Land: Echoes of Kenya in the 1930s and ‘40s
The Year of Livingstone
Looking for Mrs Livingstone
David Livingstone: man, myth and legacy
edited by Sarah Worden
World War I in Africa: the forgotten conflict among the European powers
Writing revolt: an engagement with African nationalism, 1957-67
Print, Text and Book Cultures in South Africa
edited by Andrew Van der Vlies.
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