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Africa Bibliography, Research and Documentation: Volume 2 – November 2023

Africa Bibliography, Research and Documentation
Volume 2 – November 2023

A ‘legacy of suspicion’: the UK National Archives, the ‘migrated archives’ and the insecticide debacle of 2022
Mandy Banton
Published online by Cambridge University Press: 15 November 2023, pp. 1-11

What we lost in the Jagger Library fire
Clive Kirkwood, Mandy Noble, Michal Singer
Published online by Cambridge University Press: 15 November 2023, pp. 12-29

After the fire: SCOLMA assists the Jagger Library
Lucy McCann, Sarah Rhodes
Published online by Cambridge University Press: 15 November 2023, pp. 30-31

Africa and African languages in the SOAS Library’s Special Collections
Dominique Akhoun-Schwarb
Published online by Cambridge University Press: 15 November 2023, pp. 32-49

‘Mutuality in mission’: studying the scholarly ideals and practices of Frans J. Verstraelen and Gerdien Verstraelen-Gilhuis (1942–89)
Sjoerd Kompier
Published online by Cambridge University Press: 15 November 2023, pp. 50-57

A biblio-historiographical study of doctoral theses in history at Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria, 1961–21
Saheed Balogun Amusa
Published online by Cambridge University Press: 15 November 2023, pp. 58-82

Chilembwe in Trafalgar Square – an appraisal
David T. Stuart-Mogg
Published online by Cambridge University Press: 15 November 2023, pp. 83-93

Displaced and disputed archives: the international debate continues
Mandy Banton
Published online by Cambridge University Press: 15 November 2023, pp. 94-100

Book Reviews

Kwesi Yankah, Beyond the Political Spider: critical issues in African humanities. Makhanda South Africa: NISC on behalf of the African Humanities Association (pb £47 – 978 1 920 03380 4). 2021, xiv + 325 pp
Joanne Ruth Davis
Published online by Cambridge University Press: 15 November 2023, pp. 101-103

Eyitope O. Ogunbodede and Olusanjo M. A. Daramola, Great Ife at 60: advancing the frontiers of knowledge and culture (1961–2021), Ile-Ife: Obafemi Awolowo University Press, Ile-Ife (price unknown, 978 978 136 092 3). 2022 376 pp
Saheed Balogun Amusa
Published online by Cambridge University Press: 15 November 2023, pp. 103-105

Samantha Masters, Imkhitha Nzungu and Grant Parker (eds), (u)Mzantzi Classics: dialogues in decolonisation from Southern Africa. Cape Town: African Minds and Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, (pb R300 – 978 192 8 50230 2, (ePDF) 978 192 8 50231 9). 2022, vi + 274 pp.
Terry Barringer
Published online by Cambridge University Press: 15 November 2023, pp. 105-107

Africa Bibliography, Research and Documentation: Volume 1 – November 2022

Africa Bibliography, Research and Documentation
Volume 1 – November 2022

Editorial
Terry A. Barringer
Published online by Cambridge University Press: 14 October 2022, pp. 1-2

Empowering African languages through publishing: whose responsibility?
Munyao Kilolo
Published online by Cambridge University Press: 14 October 2022, pp. 3-11

Nigerian university presses: a bleak picture
Hans M. Zell
Published online by Cambridge University Press: 14 October 2022, pp. 12-30

The British Library’s collections of African-language publishing
Marion Wallace
Published online by Cambridge University Press: 14 October 2022, pp. 31-46

An overview of the British Library Yorùbá language collection
Kólá Túbòsún
Published online by Cambridge University Press: 14 October 2022, pp. 47-62

International library standards for low-resource countries: the example of Rwanda
Erica von Flüe
Published online by Cambridge University Press: 14 October 2022, pp. 63-69

Misanthropology: the makers of Siliva the Zulu
Peter Davis
Published online by Cambridge University Press: 14 October 2022, pp. 70-84

A Note on the Making of Siliva the Zulu
Heather Hughes
Published online by Cambridge University Press: 14 October 2022, pp. 85-87

African Research and Documentation 140 – 2021, Contents

AFRICAN RESEARCH AND DOCUMENTATION

No. 140 2021

 

CONTENTS

Muchefa, L. (2021). An Appraisal of Zimbabwe’s response to COVID-19, with a Special Focus on the Heritage Sector………. 3–9.

Sambrook, K., & Priest, C. (2021). Voyage to Madagascar: the making of an online exhibition……………….10–17.

Athol Fugard interviewed by Peter Davis. (2021)……………………18–34.

Obituaries

Muchefa, L. (2021). Archiving to the last breath: a tribute to Ivan Munhamu Murambiwa……………………….35–39.

Lowry, J. (2021). Ivan Murambiwa and the international archival community……………………………….. 40–41.

Acton, M. M. (2021). Andrew Finlay Walls and Libraries…………………………………………… 42–45.

Book Reviews

McCann, L. (2021). Patrick van Rensburg: Rebel, Visionary and Radical Educationist, by Kevin Shillington. Johannesburg, Wits University Press, 2020. xxii, 354 pp. ISBN 978-1-77614-604-8. US$30.00………………………………. 46–48.

Barringer, T. (2021). Archie L. Dick, Reading Spaces in South Africa, 1850s-1920s (Cambridge Elements in Publishing and Book Culture), Cambridge University Press, 2020, viii + 93 pp. ISBN 978-1-108-81470-6, £9.99…………………………….48–49.

Chouchene, A. M. (2021). Sarah Lefanu Something of Themselves: Kipling, Kingsley, Conan Doyle and Anglo Boer War, London, Hurst, 2020, xiii + 381, ISBN 978-1787-38309-8, £25………………………………………49–51.

Alabi, A. M. (2021). Rebecca Jones At the Crossroads: Nigerian Travel and Literary Culture in Yoruba and English, Woodbridge: Boydell & Brewer, 2019, 312 pp. ISBN 978-1787-4459-18, £60………………………………….. 51–54.

Barringer, T. (2021). The Roots of Social Change: Life in Britain and the Empire 1815-1939, by Stuart Sherring, Poole, Ideas Cafe Publishing, 2021, ii + 399 pp. [No ISBN. Produced in a limited edition of 200 copies and sold through three specified charities at £21.99. A copy has been deposited at the British Library]……………………. 54–55.