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*Alber, Erdmute. Education Alibi.Hide

Education Alibi.

*Alber, Erdmute. Education Alibi.

Arndt, Susan; Assa, Shirin; Faust-Scalisi, Mario & Xin Li: "Narrating the FutureS...Hide

Narrating the FutureS. Speculative Fiction. A Polylogue on Kanuri Wahiu’s Pumzi.

Arndt, Susan; Assa, Shirin; Faust-Scalisi, Mario & Xin Li (Eds.) (in print): Narrating the FutureS. Speculative Fiction. A Polylogue on Kanuri Wahiu’s Pumzi. Münster: Edition Assemblage, 2024.

*Clemens, Iris. Relationality, multiplicity, reflexivity.Hide

Relationality, multiplicity, reflexivity.

*Clemens, Iris. Relationality, multiplicity, reflexivity.

*Coester, Markus. (in print): "Another story of west African popular music taking off”Hide

Another story of west African popular music taking off

*Coester, Markus. 2024 (in print). Another story of west African popular music taking off”, In Journal of African Cultural Studies.

*Coester, Markus. 2024 (in print): 'Highlife’s “alluring effect” and the “hey-ba-ba-re-bop”.Hide

Highlife’s “alluring effect” and the “hey-ba-ba-re-bop”. The rise of the “scrap bands,” “hot stuff,” and a changing colonial aesthetic.

*Coester, Markus. 2024 (in print). Highlife’s “alluring effect” and the “hey-ba-ba-re-bop”. The rise of the “scrap bands,” “hot stuff,” and a changing colonial aesthetic. In Journal of African Cultural Studies.

*Debele, Serawit B. Engaging Ethiopia’s History through the Eponymous Female Protagonist in Afework’s Tobbiya.Hide

Engaging Ethiopia’s History through the Eponymous Female Protagonist in Afework’s Tobbiya.

*Debele, Serawit B. Engaging Ethiopia’s History through the Eponymous Female Protagonist in Afework’s Tobbiya.

*Falaiye, Muyiwa, and Anthony Okeregbe. (forthcoming). “Women Sages in Male Epistemic Spaces...Hide

Women Sages in Male Epistemic Spaces: An Analysis of Patriarchal Forces in Female Knowledge Production.

*Falaiye, Muyiwa, and Anthony Okeregbe. 2024 (forthcoming). “Women Sages in Male Epistemic Spaces: An Analysis of Patriarchal Forces in Female Knowledge Production.” In Sabelo, Gatsheni- Ndlovu and Katharina Schramm (eds.): Knowing and Unknowing: African Studies at the Crossroads. Leiden: E.J Brill.

*Fendler, Ute: "Africa – Asia: a Multifaceted Relation."Hide

Africa – Asia: a Multifaceted Relation.

*Fendler, Ute. Africa – Asia: a Multifaceted Relation.

*Fendler, Ute, and Kumari Issur (eds.) (forthcoming). Naviguer le tout-monde de l’océan indien: poétiques relationnelles ...Hide

Naviguer le tout-monde de l’océan indien: poétiques relationnelles entre écritures et arts visuels.

*Fendler, Ute, and Kumari Issur (eds.). 2024 (forthcoming). Naviguer le tout-monde de l’océan indien: poétiques relationnelles entre écritures et arts visuels.

*Fendler, Ute, and Maroua ElNaggare. (in print): “Medialities, Aesthetics, and Materiality in Egyptian Comics and ...Hide

Medialities, Aesthetics, and Materiality in Egyptian Comics and Mauritius Popular Visuals Arts.

*Fendler, Ute, and Maroua ElNaggare. 2024 (in print). “Medialities, Aesthetics, and Materiality in Egyptian Comics and Mauritius Popular Visuals Arts.” In Ute Fendler, Patrice Mwepu, Ivo Ritzer (eds.): Medialities. Bielefeld: transcript.

*Fendler, Ute, and Viviane de Freitas. (forthcoming): “A Body in the World. The Embodied Poetics of Bahian Singer ...Hide

 Body in the World. The Embodied Poetics of Bahian Singer and Songwriter Luedji Luna

*Fendler, Ute, and Viviane de Freitas. 2024 (forthcoming). “A Body in the World. The Embodied Poetics of Bahian Singer and Songwriter Luedji Luna.” In Thierry Boudjekeu, Gilbert Shang Ndi (eds.): Slave Trade Memories.

*Fendler, Ute, Babacar Mbaye Diop, Eberhard Rothfuß and Livio Sansone (eds.). (forthcoming). "L’Atlantique noir revisité...Hide

L’Atlantique noir revisité. Espaces occultés et (in)visibles de la mémoire performative.

*Fendler, Ute, Babacar Mbaye Diop, Eberhard Rothfuß and Livio Sansone (eds.). 2024 (forthcoming). L’Atlantique noir revisité. Espaces occultés et (in)visibles de la mémoire performative. Leiden: Brill.

*Fendler, Ute. (forthcoming): “Icônes mnémoniques ou comment combler les « trous de mémoire » : l’exemple du ...Hide

Icônes mnémoniques ou comment combler les « trous de mémoire » : l’exemple du Passage du Milieu mis en images

*Fendler, Ute. 2024 (forthcoming). “Icônes mnémoniques ou comment combler les « trous de mémoire » : l’exemple du Passage du Milieu mis en images.” In Babacar Mbaye Diop, Ute Fendler, Eberhard Rothfuß, and Livio Sansone (eds.): L’Atlantique noir revisité. Espaces occultés and (in)visibles de la mémoire performative. Leiden: Brill.

*Fendler, Ute, Jean Renat Anamah, and Marvin Rodriguez Torres. (in print). “Augmented Island Topographies...Hide

Augmented Island Topographies: Performing Alternative Imaginaries.

*Fendler, Ute, Jean Renat Anamah, and Marvin Rodriguez Torres. 2024 (in print). “Augmented Island Topographies: Performing Alternative Imaginaries.” In Ute Fendler, Patrice Mwepu, and Ivo Ritzer (eds.): Medialities. Bielefeld: transcript.

*Fendler, Ute: "L’Atlantique noir revisité. Espaces occultés et (in)visibles de la mémoire performative."Hide

L’Atlantique noir revisité. Espaces occultés et (in)visibles de la mémoire performative.

*Fendler, Ute. L’Atlantique noir revisité. Espaces occultés et (in)visibles de la mémoire performative.

*Fendler, Ute. Medialities.Hide

Medialities

*Fendler, Ute. Medialities.

*Fendler, Ute, and Clarissa Vierke (eds.). (forthcoming). "Multiple Indian Ocean...Hide

Multiple Indian Ocean: Transoceanic and Transmedial Imaginaries. Routledge

*Fendler, Ute, and Clarissa Vierke (eds.). 2024 (forthcoming). Multiple Indian Ocean: Transoceanic and Transmedial Imaginaries. Routledge (Series on the Indian Ocean and Trans-Asia).

*Fendler, Ute: "Multiple Indian Ocean: Transoceanic and Transmedial Imaginaries."Hide

Multiple Indian Ocean: Transoceanic and Transmedial Imaginaries.

*Fendler, Ute. Multiple Indian Ocean: Transoceanic and Transmedial Imaginaries.

*Fendler, Ute: "Naviguer le tout-monde de l’océan indien: poétiques relationnelles entre écritures et arts visuels."Hide

Naviguer le tout-monde de l’océan indien: poétiques relationnelles entre écritures et arts visuels.

*Fendler, Ute. Naviguer le tout-monde de l’océan indien: poétiques relationnelles entre écritures et arts visuels.

*Fendler, Ute, Patrice Mwepu and Ivo Ritzer. (forthcoming). "Medialities"Hide

Medialities

*Fendler, Ute, Patrice Mwepu and Ivo Ritzer. 2024 (forthcoming). Medialities. Bielefeld: transcript.

*Fendler, Ute. (forthcoming): “Sankara’s Trajectories.”Hide

Sankara’s Trajectories

*Fendler, Ute. 2024 (forthcoming). “Sankara’s Trajectories.” In Enocent Msindo, Chapane Mutiua, Carlos Fernandes, and Livio Sansone (eds.): Biographies of Liberation. Leiden: Brill.

*Fendler, Ute. (in print): “The Indian Ocean - A Relational Imaginary.”Hide

The Indian Ocean - A Relational Imaginary.

*Fendler, Ute. 2024 (in print). “The Indian Ocean - A Relational Imaginary.” In Ana Mafalda Leite, Elena Brugioni, Jessica Falconi, and Marta Banasiak (eds.): Narratives of the Indian Ocean in the Lusophone Space: Essays. Oxford: Peter Lang.

*Lingelbach, Jochen. (forthcoming): “Camp Memories. Memorializing, Contesting and Silencing Camp Histories in Africa ...Hide

Camp Memories. Memorializing, Contesting and Silencing Camp Histories in Africa and Beyond.

*Lingelbach, Jochen. 2025 (forthcoming). “Camp Memories. Memorializing, Contesting and Silencing Camp Histories in Africa and Beyond.” In Memory Studies 18(5) (Introduction to Special Issue).

*McConnachie, Boudina, F. Porri, and R. Weinberg. (forthcoming): “Shifting from development ...Hide

Shifting from development to empowerment through eco-creative knowledge transmission to achieve environmental sustainability in contemporary indigenous societies.

*McConnachie, Boudina, F. Porri, and R. Weinberg. 2024 (forthcoming). “Shifting from development to empowerment through eco-creative knowledge transmission to achieve environmental sustainability in contemporary indigenous societies.” In Vicki-Ann Ware, Kirsten Sadeghi-Yekta, Tim Prentki, Wasim Al-Kurdi, and Patrick Kabanda (eds.): Routledge Handbook of Arts and Global Development. Taylor and Francis.

*McGarry, D. and B. McConnachie. (forthcoming). “Our Ocean is Sacred, You can’t Mine Heaven.”Hide

Our Ocean is Sacred, You can’t Mine Heaven.

*McGarry, D. and B. McConnachie. 2024 (forthcoming). “Our Ocean is Sacred, You can’t Mine Heaven.” In Vicki-Ann Ware, Kirsten Sadeghi-Yekta, Tim Prentki, Wasim Al-Kurdi, and Patrick Kabanda (eds.): Routledge Handbook of Arts and Global Development. Taylor and Francis.

*Ndzovu, Hassan: "Juma Islam in Kenya."Hide

Juma Islam in Kenya.

*Ndzovu, Hassan. Juma Islam in Kenya.

*Njovane, Thando. (forthcoming): “Trauma Theory and African Fiction.”Hide

Trauma Theory and African Fiction.

*Njovane, Thando. 2024 (forthcoming). “Trauma Theory and African Fiction.” In Jeanne-Marie Jackson and Cajetan Iheka (eds.): Intellectual Traditions of African Literatures 1960-2015. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

*Philipps, Joschka, Cyriaque Pare, Beatrice Kanyi, Armel Zerbo, and Mirco Schonfeld. (forthcoming): “(De)contextualizing ...Hide

(De)contextualizing contestation. Translating between social science and data science in a research project on the 2014 popular insurrection in Burkina Faso.

*Philipps, Joschka, Cyriaque Pare, Beatrice Kanyi, Armel Zerbo, and Mirco Schonfeld. 2024 (forthcoming). “(De)contextualizing contestation. Translating between social science and data science in a research project on the 2014 popular insurrection in Burkina Faso.” In International Journal of Social Research Methodology.

*Philipps, Joschka: "Modalities of theorizing. An interdisciplinary reflection on conspiracy theories."Hide

Modalities of theorizing. An interdisciplinary reflection on conspiracy theories.

*Philipps, Joschka. Modalities of theorizing. An interdisciplinary reflection on conspiracy theories.

*Schramm, Katharina: "Knowing/unknowing: African Studies at the Crossroads."Hide

Knowing/unknowing: African Studies at the Crossroads.

*Schramm, Katharina. Knowing/unknowing: African Studies at the Crossroads.

*Schramm, Katharina and Sabelo Ndlovu-Gatsheni. (forthcoming): “Thinking Is Moving – Knowledge Practices ...Hide

Thinking Is Moving – Knowledge Practices and Decolonial Frames in African Studies. An Introduction.

Schramm, Katharina and Sabelo Ndlovu-Gatsheni. (forthcoming). “Thinking Is Moving – Knowledge Practices and Decolonial Frames in African Studies. An Introduction.” In: Katharina Schramm and Sabelo Ndlovu-Gatsheni (eds.): Knowing/Unknowing: African Studies at the Crossroads. Leiden: Brill.

*Schramm, Katharina. (forthcoming): “Beyond the Comfort Zone: Facing Burning Issues in South African Universities.”Hide

Beyond the Comfort Zone: Facing Burning Issues in South African Universities.

*Schramm, Katharina. (forthcoming). Beyond the Comfort Zone: Facing Burning Issues in South African Universities.” In Katrin Amelang, Gisela Febel, Michi Knecht, and Anne Rohrbach (eds.): Beyond Contradiction: Epistemological Politics in Knowledge Practice. Wiesbaden: Springer VS.

*Schramm, Katharina. (forthcoming): “Koloniale Wurzeln, antirassistisches Selbstverständnis? Eine kritische Genealogie ...Hide

Koloniale Wurzeln, antirassistisches Selbstverständnis? Eine kritische Genealogie der (Sozial- und Kultur-)Anthropologie in Deutschland.

*Schramm, Katharina. (forthcoming). “Koloniale Wurzeln, antirassistisches Selbstverständnis? Eine kritische Genealogie der (Sozial- und Kultur-)Anthropologie in Deutschland.” In Manuela Bojadzijev, Paul Mecheril, Patrice Poutrous, and Matthias Quent (eds.): Handbuch Rassismusforschung. Baden Baden: Nomos Verlag.

*Schramm, Katharina and Sabelo Ndlovu-Gatsheni (eds.). (forthcoming): "Knowing/Unknowing: African Studies at ...Hide

Knowing/Unknowing: African Studies at the Crossroads.

*Schramm, Katharina and Sabelo Ndlovu-Gatsheni (eds.). (forthcoming). Knowing/Unknowing: African Studies at the Crossroads. Leiden: Brill.

*Seesemann, Rüdiger and Clarissa Vierke (eds.). (forthcoming): “Africa*n Relations: Modalities Reflected.”Hide

Africa*n Relations: Modalities Reflected.

*Seesemann, Rüdiger and Clarissa Vierke (eds.). (forthcoming). “Africa*n Relations: Modalities Reflected.” Special Issue of Bayreuth African Studies Online.


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