ARD 122

Hendrik 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
Steven Spencer
“Our Foreign Field”: Records of the Salvation Army in Africa
Lucy Hughes
The Henry Martyn Centre: home of some ‘hidden’ African Collections
Exhibition Review
Origins of the Afro Comb Terry Barringer
Book Reviews
Manchester’s ‘Studies in Imperialism Series’: a Review Essay
Terry Barringer
The Story of Black, by John Harvey
Terry Barringer

ARD 121

Jason M. Schultz
Supporting Capacity Building for Archives in Africa: initiatives of the Cooperative Africana Materials Project (CAMP) since 1995
Rachel Playforth
Unhiding African collections at the British Library for Development Studies
Nichola Court
When and why is a collection “hidden”? Awakening interest in the Hornung Papers at West Sussex Record Office
Mathias Alubafi Fubah
Do We Need Museums in the Cameroon Grassfields?
Margaret Adeogun
Dynamic Library Leadership for Sub-Saharan Africa: investing in what works
Hans Panofsky
Review Essay
Hans Zell         Oxford University Press in Postcolonial Africa: a review essay
Book Reviews
Approaching African History, by Michael Brett,
Terry Barringer
Photography and Exploration, by James R. Ryan
John Mackenzie
Through a Glass Darkly: photographs of the Leipzig Mission from East Africa, 1896–1939; edited by Adam Jones
Terry Barringer
The Hidden History of South Africa’s Book and Reading Cultures,  by Archie Dick.
Terry Barringer
Empire, Global Coloniality and African subjectivity, by Sabelo J. Ndlovu-Gatsheni
Peter Limb

ARD 120

Michelle Guittar & David L. Easterbrook
Digitisation at the Melville J. Herskovits Library of African Studies: A consideration of processes and outcomes
Caroline Williamson
Accessing Material from the Genocide Archive of Rwanda
Hilary Sunman
A Very Different Land: Echoes of Kenya in the 1930s and ‘40s
John Mackenzie
The Year of Livingstone
Book Reviews
Looking for Mrs Livingstone
Julie Davidson
David Livingstone: man, myth and legacy
edited by Sarah Worden
World War I in Africa: the forgotten conflict among the European powers
Anne Samson
Writing revolt: an engagement with African nationalism, 1957-67
Terence Ranger
Print, Text and Book Cultures in South Africa
edited by Andrew Van der Vlies.

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