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AFRICA BIBLIOGRAPHY

0266-6731

Years 1984 (*vol. 1) - 1996. Edinburgh, 1985-1997. $ 1,040

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AFRICA REPORT

Vols. 1-40 (all publ.). New Brunswick, 1956-1995. Partly reprint $ 1,750

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AFRICA RESEARCH BULLETIN. POLITICAL, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL SERIES

0001-9844

Vols. 1-49. Oxford, 1964-2012/13. Mostly Reprint. $ 29000

  • Vols. 1-44. 1964-2007/08. Per volume $ 660
  • Vols. 45-49. 2008/09-2012/13. Per volume $ 1020

- AFRICA RESEARCH BULLETIN is the leading bulletin service on Africa. The coverage of the POLITICAL, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL SERIES includes: Continental Alignments, Internal Developments, National Security, Military, Overseas Relations and Social and Cultural, with countries and regional entities listed alphabetically within each of these main sections.

AFRICA RESEARCH BULLETIN: ECONOMIC, FINANCIAL AND TECHNICAL SERIES

0001-9852

Vols. 2-48. Oxford, 1965-2011/12. Mostly Reprint. $ 28000

  • Vols. 2-43. 1965-2006/07. Per volume $ 660
  • Vols. 44-48. 2007/08-2011/12. Per volume $ 1020

- AFRICA RESEARCH BULLETIN is the leading bulletin service on Africa. The coverage of the ECONOMIC, FINANCIAL AND TECHNICAL SERIES includes: Continental Developments, Policy and Practice, Communications and Transport, Commodities, Industries and Economic Aid, with countries and regional entities listed alphabetically within each of these main sections.

AFRICA SOUTH

Vols. 1-4 no 3. Capetown, 1956-1960; AFRICA SOUTH IN EXILE. V. 4 no 4 - v. 6 no 1 (all publ.). Repr. Bound set. $ 500

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- AFRICA SOUTH, edited by the socialist politician Ronald Segal, dared to speak out against apartheid. In time, it was attacked in the national press and officially banned from bookstalls. Segal was forced to flee first to Botswana and later settled in London, where he published the last issues under the title: Africa South in Exile.

AFRICA TODAY

0001-9887

Vols. 1-58. Bloomington, 1954-2011/12. Mostly reprint. $ 3800

  • Vols. 1-44. 1954-1997. Per volume $ 70
  • Vols. 45-54. 1998-2007/08. Per volume $ 100
  • Vols. 55-58. 2008/09-2011/12. Per volume $ 110

- AFRICA TODAY examines issues affecting contemporary Africa, with emphasis on politics economics.

AFRICA TODAY AND TOMORROW

No. 1 (all publ.). New York, 1945. Reprint. Paperbound. $ 50

- AFRICA TODAY AND TOMORROW was the celebrated and only issue of the journal that intended to become the voice of the newly founded African Academy of Arts and Research. The members of the staff were Africans, under the editorship of H.A.B. Jones-Quartey. Dedicated to Wendell L. Wilkie and Felix Eboue, the issue includes an address by Eleanor Roosevelt. Among the other contributors are K.O. Mbadiwe, Jean la Roche, Canada Lee, Mary McLeod Bethune and Mbonu Ojike.

AFRICAN ABSTRACTS

Bulletin Analytique Africaniste

Vols. 1-23 (all publ.). 1950-1972. Bound. $ 650

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AFRICAN AFFAIRS

0001-9909

The journal of the Royal African Society

Vols. 1-110. Oxford, 1901/02-2011. Mostly reprint. $ 8600

  • Vols. 1-94. 1901/02-1995. Per volume $ 90
  • Vols. 95-106. 1996-2007. Per volume $ 180
  • Vols. 107-110. 2008-2011. Per volume $ 200

- Formerly (1901-1944) published as ROYAL AFRICAN SOCIETY JOURNAL

- AFRICAN AFFAIRS provides a forum for the discussion of African writing by both African and non-African writers.

AFRICAN AMERICAN REVIEW

1062-4783

Vols. 7-44. Terre Haute, 1973-2011. $ 2400

  • Per volume $ 70

- Formerly published as BLACK AMERICAN LITERATURE FORUM to 1992 and NEGRO AMERICAN LITERATURE FORUM to 1976.

- AFRICAN AMERICAN REVIEW is a scholarly aggregation of insightful essays on African American literature, theatre, film, the visual arts, and culture; interviews; poetry; fiction; and book reviews.

AFRICAN AND ASIAN STUDIES

1569-2094

Vols. 1-11. Leiden, 2002-2012. $ 2000

  • Per volume $ 200

- AFRICAN AND ASIAN STUDIES provides a scholarly account of studies of individuals and societies in Africa and Asia.

AFRICAN BOOK PUBLISHING RECORD (ABPR)

0306-0322

Vols. 1-39. Munich, 1975-2013. Mostly reprint. $ 7100

  • Vols. 1-33. 1975-2007. Per volume $ 200
  • Vols. 34-39. 2008-2013. Per volume $ 220

AFRICAN DIASPORA

1872-5457

Vols. 1-5. Leiden, 2008-2012. $ 740

  • Per volume $ 165

- AFRICAN DIASPORA covers various transnational movements, locations and intersections of subjectivity within the African diaspora.

AFRICAN ECONOMIC HISTORY

0145-2258

Vols. 1-35. Madison, 1976-2007. Partly reprint. $ 2200

  • Per volume $ 70

- This important annual dealing with African economic history from the precolonial era to the twentieth century provides new insights and knowledge regarding the continent's economic growth and development. Articles in AFRICAN ECONOMIC HISTORY have addressed the slave and maritime trade, the tin industry in Belgian Africa, women in Igboland, tobacco production in Kenya and precolonial African production and industry. This journal has managed to sustain its niche and focus in providing thoughtful, well-researched contributions in both economic and African history. A substantial book review section rounds out the journal (Katz).

AFRICAN FORUM

American Society of African Culture

Vols. 1-4 no. 1 (all publ.). New York, 1965/66-1968. Bound. $ 150

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AFRICAN GEOGRAPHICAL REVIEW

1937-6812

Vols. 19-30. Marshfield, 1997-2011. Mostly Reprint. $ 1200

  • Per volume $ 110

No volumes were published 1999-2000,2002.

- Formerly published as EAST AFRICAN GEOGRAPHICAL REVIEW.

- The African Geographical Review is a refereed journal published in association with the African Specialty Group of the Association of American Geographers. The journal provides a medium for the publication of geographical material relating to Africa.

AFRICAN HISTORICAL REVIEW

1753-2523

Vols. 1-43 1969-2011. Mostly reprint. $ 4800

  • Vols. 1-39. 1969-2007. Per volume $ 130
  • Vols. 40-43. 2008-2011. Per volume $ 140

- Formerly published as KLEIO: A JOURNAL OF HISTORICAL STUDIES FROM AFRICA

- The mission of AFRICAN HISTORICAL REVIEW is to be transdisciplinary, responsive to theoretical developments in research relating to the continent of Africa and within fields closely linked to historical and heritage studies (including teaching) more generally.

AFRICAN IDENTITIES

1472-5843

Vols. 1-9. London, 2003-2011. $ 1700

  • Vols. 1-4. 2003-2006. Per volume $ 130
  • Vol. 5. 2007. Per volume $ 250
  • Vols. 6-9. 2008-2011. Per volume $ 270

- AFRICAN IDENTITIES provides a critical forum for the examination of African and diasporic expressions, representations and identities.

AFRICAN ISSUES

African Studies Association

Vols. 1-24. New Brunswick, 1971-1996. $ 1,750

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- Formerly published as ISSUE (NEW BRUNSWICK)

AFRICAN JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY

0141-6707

Vols. 1-50. Oxford, 1963-2012. Partly reprint. $ 6500

  • Vols. 1-43. 1963-2005. Per volume $ 130
  • Vols. 44-45. 2006-2007. Per volume $ 280
  • Vols. 46-50. 2008-2012. Per volume $ 300

- Formerly published as EAST AFRICAN WILDLIFE JOURNAL

- AFRICAN JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY publishes original scientific research into the ecology of the animals and plants of Africa.

AFRICAN JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC AND MANAGEMENT STUDIES

2040-0705

Vols. 1-3. Bingley, 2010-2012. $ 540

  • Per volume $ 200

- AFRICAN JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC AND MANAGEMENT STUDIES aims to advance both theoretical and empirical research, inform policies and practices, and improve understanding of how economic and business decisions shape the lives of Africans.

AFRICAN JOURNAL OF LEGAL STUDIES

2210-9730

Vols. 1-5. Leiden, 2004/05-2012. Reprint. $ 810

  • Per volume $ 180

No volumes were published in 2007 and 2010.

- AFRICAN JOURNAL OF LEGAL STUDIES focuses on human rights, good governance, democracy and rule of law issues in Africa as analyzed by lawyers, including academics and judges, economists, political scientists, sociologists and other social scientists from different parts of the world.

AFRICAN JOURNALISM STUDIES

0256-0054

Vols. 21-32. Abingdon, 2000-2011. Mostly reprint. $ 1800

  • Per volume $ 165

- AFRICAN JOURNALISM STUDIES covers topics related to journalism, media studies, and mass communications, focusing on Southern Africa and Africa.

AFRICAN LANGUAGES

International African Institute, London

Vols. 1-4. London, 1975-1978. $ 160

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AFRICAN MUSIC

0065-4019

Journal of the International Library of African Music; by the African Music Society

Vols. 1-5. Grahamstown, 1954/57-1972. Swets reprint. $ 350

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- Formerly published as AFRICAN MUSIC SOCIETY. NEWSLETTER

AFRICAN NOTES

Vols. 1-3. Ibadan, 1963/64-1965/66. Bound. $ 100

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AFRICAN SECURITY

1939-2206

Vols. 1-4. Philadelphia, 2008-2011. $ 720

  • Per volume $ 200

- AFRICAN SECURITYis dedicated to the exploration of fresh approaches to understanding Africa's conflicts and security concerns.

AFRICAN SECURITY REVIEW

1024-6029

Vols. 9-20. Abingdon, 2000-2011. Mostly reprint. $ 2400

  • Per volume $ 225

- AFRICAN SECURITY REVIEW provides a regular high-quality forum for the dissemination of research findings and information through the publication of research reports, policy papers and articles on security and related issues in sub-Saharan Africa.

AFRICAN SOCIAL RESEARCH

Nos. 1-32. Lusaka, 1966-1981. $ 400

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AFRICAN STUDIES

0002-0184

Vols. 1-70. Abingdon, 1942-2011. Mostly reprint. $ 6200

  • Vols. 1-29. 1942-1970. Per volume $ 70
  • Vols. 30-65. 1971-2006. Per volume $ 120
  • Vol. 66. 2007. Per volume $ 180
  • Vols. 67-70. 2008-2011. Per volume $ 200

- Supersedes BANTU STUDIES

- AFRICAN STUDIES publishes scholarly articles on topics relevant to African anthropology, history, politics, linguistics, literature, sociology and related studies.

AFRICAN STUDIES NEWSLETTER

Vols. 1-13. New Brunswick, 1968-1980. Lacks vol. 1 no. 1. $ 250

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AFRICAN STUDIES REVIEW

0002-0206

Vols. 8-42. New Bruswick, 1965-2000. $ 2,275

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- Formerly published as AFRICAN STUDIES BULLETIN

AFRICAN STUDY MONOGRAPHS

Vols. 1-26. Kyoto, 1981-2005. $ 1,250

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AFRICAN STUDY MONOGRAPHS. SUPPLEMENTARY ISSUE

Nos. 1-32. Kyoto, 1982-2005. $ 1,600

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AFRICAN TIMES AND ORIENT REVIEW

A Monthly Journal Devoted to the Interests of the Coloured
Races of the World.

O.S.: Vols. 1-2. N.S.: Vols. 1-6 (all publ.). London, 1912-1918. Reprint. Bound. $ 500

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- New Series volumes 2-3 were never published

AFRICANA

The Magazine of the West African Society

Vol. 1 nos. 1-3 (all publ.). Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 1948-1949. Bound. $ 90

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- AFRICANA was created as a common forum within which those interested in African social and cultural activity could exchange ideas. The list of contributors included W.E.B. Du Bois and henry Swanzy (who later compiled the first anthology of Ghanian writing). Africana's editorial boards included J.C. de Craft Johnson, Davidson Nichol and K.A.B. Jones-Quartey.

AFRICANA BULLETIN

Vols. 1-15. 1964-1971. $ 450

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AFRICANA JOURNAL

Vols. 1-16. New York, 1970/71-1994. Bound. $ 850

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ANTHROPOLOGY SOUTHERN AFRICA

2332-3256


Vols. 28-32. Boordfontein, 2005-2009. Reprint. $ 1100

  • Per volume $ 240

- Earlier Title: Suid-Afrikaanse tydskrif vir etnologie 0379-8860.

ASSOCIATION FOR AFRICAN LITERATURE IN ENGLISH. BULLETIN

Nos. 1-4 (all publ.). Freetown, 1964-1966. Reprint. Bound. $ 100

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- This extremely scarce and valuable mimeographed journal, ASSOCIATION FOR AFRICAN LITERATURE IN ENGLISH. BULLETIN, edited by Eldred Jones, was the forerunner of African Literature Today, also edited by Jones. Its value lies in the fact that it contained news of cultural activities at English-speaking African universities with dates and names of the participants. These reports cannot be found elsewhere. The ASSOCIATION FOR AFRICAN LITERATURE IN ENGLISH, BULLETIN also contained reviews and critiques of African literature that make it a useful addition to any collection of African literary journals.

AZANIA: ARCHAEOLOGICAL RESEARCH IN AFRICA

0067-270X

British Institute in Eastern Africa

Vols. 1-46. Nairobi, 1966-2011. Mostly reprint. $ 4100

  • Vols. 1-42. 1966-2007. Per volume $ 100
  • Vol. 43. 2008. Per volume $ 110
  • Vols. 44-46. 2009-2011. Per volume $ 165

- AZANIA has, over the past 41 years, built up a strong track record in publishing papers on the archaeology and precolonial history of Eastern Africa. Today, the journal is expanding in scope and going forward in a new direction. The relaunched AZANIA: ARCHAEOLOGICAL RESEARCH IN AFRICA will focus more exclusively on archaeology, while greatly expanding its chronological and geographical remit.

BANTU STUDIES

0256-1751

Vols. 1-15 (all publ.). Johannesburg, 1921-1941. Reprint $ 1,350

  • Per volume $ 100.-

- Superseded by AFRICAN STUDIES

- BANTU STUDIES contains scholarly articles on topics relevant to African anthropology, history, politics, linguistics, literature, sociology and related studies.

Sole agent for Japan: Yushodo Co. Ltd., Tokyo

BENT, J. THEODORE: THE RUINED CITIES OF MASHONALAND

Being a Record of Excavation and Exploration in 1891.

London, Longmans, Green, and Co., 1892. XI, 376 pages, with illustrations and map. Bound. € 50

CALLALOO

0161-2492

Vols. 2-34. Baltimore, 1979-2011. Mostly reprint. $ 3600

  • Per volume $ 120

- CALLALOO, a journal of African-American and African arts and letters, offers a mixture of fiction, poetry, plays, essays, cultural studies, interviews and visual art.

CANADIAN JOURNAL OF AFRICAN STUDIES / REVUE CANADIENNE DES ETUDES AFRICAINES

0008-3968

Vols. 1-45. Toronto, 1967-2011. $ 6100

  • Per volume $ 160

- The CANADIAN JOURNAL OF AFRICAN STUDIES is a bilingual multidisciplinary journal committed to facilitating the dissemination of research by African scholars working in Canada, Africa and elsewhere. It is the only international journal in its field which has consistently published in both English and French.

CRITICAL ARTS

0256-0046

A south-north journal of cultural and media studies

Vols. 1-25. Abingdon, 1980-2011. Mostly reprint. $ 3000

  • Vols. 1-21. 1980-2007. Per volume $ 130
  • Vols. 22-25. 2008-2011. Per volume $ 140

- CRITICAL ARTS examines the relationship between texts and contexts of media in the Third World, cultural formations and popular forms of expression.

CURRENT BIBLIOGRAPHY ON AFRICAN AFFAIRS

Vols. 1-25. Amityville, 1968-1993/94. Bound. $ 2,850

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CURRENT WRITING

1013-929X

Text and Reception in South Africa. Official journal of SAACLALS (the Southern African Association for Commonwealth Literature and Languages)

Vols. 1-23 1989-2011. Mostly reprint. $ 3200

  • Vols. 1-4. 1989-1992. Per volume $ 100
  • Vols. 5-23. 1993-2011. Per volume $ 165

- CURRENT WRITING covers recent writing and re-publications in South Africa as well as topical southern African issues; it presents literary-cultural debate from a southern African perspective.

DEVELOPMENT SOUTHERN AFRICA

0376-835X

Vols. 1-28. Abingdon, 1984-2011. Mostly reprint. $ 5100

  • Vols. 1-24. 1984-2007. Per volume $ 200
  • Vols. 25-28. 2008-2011. Per volume $ 220

- DEVELOPMENT SOUTHERN AFRICA promotes research and discussion on development issues relating to southern Africa.

ECONOMIC BULLETIN FOR AFRICA

Vols. 1-12 (all publ.). New York, 1961-1976. Reprint $ 450

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Sole agent for Japan: Yushodo Co. Ltd., Tokyo

ECONOMIC HISTORY OF DEVELOPING REGIONS

2078-0389

Vols. 1-26. Abingdon, 1986-2011. Mostly reprint. $ 2800

  • Per volume $ 120

- Formerly published as SOUTH AFRICAN JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC HISTORY

- ECONOMIC HISTORY OF DEVELOPING REGIONS promotes the study of economic change in the developing South, including Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Middle East.

ENGLISH ACADEMY REVIEW

1013-1752

English Academy of Southern Africa

Vols. 1-28. Abingdon, 1983-2011. Mostly reprint. $ 2600

  • Vols. 1-23. 1983-2006. Per volume $ 90
  • Vols. 24-28. 2007-2011. Per volume $ 165

- ENGLISH ACADEMY REVIEW contains South African literature, language and education, and creative writing.

ENGLISH STUDIES IN AFRICA

0013-8398

Vols. 1-54 1958-2011. Mostly reprint. $ 4600

  • Vols. 1-50. 1958-2007. Per volume $ 100
  • Vols. 51-54. 2008-2011. Per volume $ 110

- ENGLISH STUDIES IN AFRICA publishes critical articles on English literature world-wide with special focus on African literature in English.

ETUDES SENEGALAISES

Vols. 1-8. Dakar, 1949-1958. Partly Swets reprint. $ 400

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HARVARD AFRICAN STUDIES

Vols. 1-8. Cambridge, Mass. 1917-1932. Partly reprint. Mostly bound. $ 650

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- One of the publications of the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, the HARVARD AFRICAN STUDIES contain major works of eminent anthropologists. Topics include excavations, physical anthropology, anthropometrics, and ethnology.

INSIGHT ON AFRICA

0975-0878

A Journal of Contemporary African Affairs

Vols. 1-3. New Delhi, 2009-2011. Reprint. $ 430

  • Per volume $ 160

INTERNATIONAL AFRICAN BIBLIOGRAPHY (IAB)

0020-5877

Current Books, Articles and Papers in African Studies

Vols. 1-43. Munich, 1971-2013. Mostly reprint. $ 7400

  • Vols. 1-37. 1971-2007. Per volume $ 200
  • Vols. 38-43. 2008-2013. Per volume $ 220

- INTERNATIONAL AFRICAN BIBLIOGRAPHY (IAB) indexes the latest periodical articles, books and papers published internationally on Africa. Details more than 4000 publications, and articles from 1150 periodicals, 250 of which are African.

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF AFRICAN HISTORICAL STUDIES

Vols. 1-39. Boston, 1968-2006. Mostly bound. $ 3,380

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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF AFRICAN RENAISSANCE STUDIES

1818-6874

Vols. 1-6. Abingdon, 2006-2011. $ 740

  • Vols. 1-2. 2006-2007. Per volume $ 130
  • Vols. 3-6. 2008-2011. Per volume $ 140

- INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF AFRICAN RENAISSANCE STUDIES aims to create a repository of scholarly work that represents high academic standards yet offers real solutions to Africa's challenges.

JOURNAL OF AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES

1559-1646

Vols. 1-16. Piscataway, 1995/96-2012. Partly reprint. $ 3000

  • Vols. 1-11. 1995/96-2007. Per volume $ 200
  • Vols. 12-16. 2008-2012. Per volume $ 220

- Formerly published as JOURNAL OF AFRICAN AMERICAN MEN

- JOURNAL OF AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES (JAAM) is published in collaboration with the David Walker Research Institute of Michigan State University. Joining the growing discipline of men's studies, the journal publishes theoretical and empirical manuscripts related to issues affecting American males of African descent. It is a peer-reviewed, multidisciplinary journal whose purpose is to challenge current stereotypes and to identify strategies and policies that can counter the unique problems African American men face (Katz).

JOURNAL OF AFRICAN BUSINESS

1522-8916

Vols. 1-12. Binghamton, 2000-2011. $ 1400

  • Vols. 1-8. 2000-2007. Per volume $ 130
  • Vols. 9-12. 2008-2011. Per volume $ 140

- JOURNAL OF AFRICAN BUSINESS focuses on business and policy issues in reference to doing business in and with African nations. Features high quality, cross-functional articles from and for academics, practitioners, and policymakers interested in African business.

JOURNAL OF AFRICAN CINEMAS

1754-9221


Vols. 1-3. Bristol, 2009-2011. $ 430

  • Per volume $ 160

- The JOURNAL OF AFRICAN CINEMAS will explore the interactions of visual and verbal narratives in African film. It recognizes the shifting paradigms that have defined and continue to define African cinemas. Identity and perception are interrogated in relation to their positions within diverse African film languages.

JOURNAL OF AFRICAN CULTURAL STUDIES

1369-6815

Vols. 1-23. Abingdon, 1988-2011. Partly reprint. $ 3600

  • Vols. 1-19. 1988-2007. Per volume $ 170
  • Vols. 20-23. 2008-2011. Per volume $ 180

- Formerly published as AFRICAN LANGUAGES AND CULTURES

- JOURNAL OF AFRICAN CULTURAL STUDIES publishes work on African linguistics and cultural studies, including art and music, and African literature in both African and Western languages.

JOURNAL OF AFRICAN EARTH SCIENCES

1464-343X

Vols. 20-43. Amsterdam, 1995-2005. Mostly bound. $ 5,950

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JOURNAL OF AFRICAN ECONOMIES

0963-8024

Vols. 1-20. Oxford, 1992-2011. Partly reprint. $ 4600

  • Vols. 1-16. 1992-2007. Per volume $ 250
  • Vols. 17-20. 2008-2011. Per volume $ 270

- JOURNAL OF AFRICAN ECONOMIES devoted to current continental African economics fills a void for this topic. The articles are well written, have brief abstracts preceding the main text, and make extensive use of economic terminology, tabular data, and graphs to illustrate trends and theories applied to African fiscal and monetary policies, trade, agricultural labor, and production issues. Some issues include incisive and well-written book reviews as well as a very useful section of annotated listings of recent working papers in developmental economics. An annual supplement provides text of ongoing research presented at the plenary sessions of the African Economic Research Consortium (AERC) (Katz).

JOURNAL OF AFRICAN LANGUAGES (UNIVERSITY OF LONDON)

Vols. 1-11 (all publ.). London, 1962-1972. Bound. $ 450

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JOURNAL OF AFRICAN LANGUAGES AND LINGUISTICS

0167-6164

Vols. 1-34. Berlin, 1979-2013. Partly reprint. $ 3500

  • Vols. 1-10. 1979-1988. Per volume $ 80
  • Vols. 11-34. 1989-2013. Per volume $ 130

- JOURNAL OF AFRICAN LANGUAGES AND LINGUISTICS is devoted to all the languages and dialects of Africa. Published in English and French by the Department of African Linguistics, Leiden University, the Netherlands, each issue features three lengthy research articles by international scholars. All aspects of linguistics are considered (Katz).

JOURNAL OF AFRICAN LAW

0021-8553

Vols. 1-55. Cambridge, 1957-2011. Partly reprint. $ 4500

  • Vols. 1-40. 1957-1996. Per volume $ 90
  • Vols. 41-55. 1997-2011. Per volume $ 110

- JOURNAL OF AFRICAN LAW covers a range of subjects including crime, family law, human rights, and nationality and constitutional law.

JOURNAL OF AFRICAN MEDIA STUDIES

2040-199X

Vols. 1-3. Bristol, 2009-2011. $ 430

  • Per volume $ 160

- The JOURNAL OF AFRICAN MEDIA STUDIES (JAMS) is an interdisciplinary journal that provides a forum for debate on the historical and contemporary aspects of media and communication in Africa.

JOURNAL OF AFRICAN STUDIES

0095-4993

Helen Dwight Reid Educational Foundation

Vols. 1-15. All publ. Washington, D.C, 1974/75-1988. Reprint. $ 950

  • Per volume $ 70

- JOURNAL OF AFRICAN STUDIES publishes scholarly articles on the history, culture, politics, economics and sociology of African people and nations.

JOURNAL OF ALGERIAN STUDIES

1362-9417

Vols. 1-5. All publ. Essex, 1996-2000. $ 320

  • Per volume $ 70

- JOURNAL OF ALGERIAN STUDIES provides an academic forum for the history, sociology and politics of Algeria.

JOURNAL OF ASIAN AND AFRICAN STUDIES

0021-9096

Vols. 1-46. Leiden, 1966-2011. Mostly reprint. $ 8000

  • Vols. 1-36. 1966-2001. Per volume $ 180
  • Vols. 37-42. 2002-2007. Per volume $ 280
  • Vols. 43-46. 2008-2011. Per volume $ 300

- Superseded by AFRICAN AND ASIAN STUDIES

- JOURNAL OF ASIAN AND AFRICAN STUDIES provides a scholarly account of studies of individuals and societies in Africa and Asia. Its scope is to publish original research by social scientists in the area of anthropology, sociology, history, political science and related social sciences about African and Asian societies and cultures and their relationships.

JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY AFRICAN STUDIES

0258-9001

Vols. 1-29. Abingdon, 1981/82-2011. Partly reprint. $ 4600

  • Vols. 1-20. 1981/82-2002. Per volume $ 150
  • Vols. 21-25. 2003-2007. Per volume $ 200
  • Vols. 26-29. 2008-2011. Per volume $ 270

- The excellent interdisciplinary, refereed JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY AFRICAN STUDIES provides a vehicle for academics and other African affairs specialists to publish results of their research and writings in the humanities and social sciences. JCAS seeks to "promote a scholarly understanding of developments and change in Africa." The research into the breadth of current issues discussed makes this an important journal for contemporary African studies (Katz).

JOURNAL OF EASTERN AFRICAN STUDIES

1753-1055

Journal of the British Institute in Eastern Africa

Vols. 1-5. Abingdon, 2007-2011. $ 1200

  • Vol. 1, 2007. $ 250
  • Vols. 2-5. 2008-2011. Per volume $ 270

- JOURNAL OF EASTERN AFRICAN STUDIES aims to promote fresh scholarly enquiry on the region from within the humanities and the social sciences, and to encourage work that communicates across disciplinary boundaries.

JOURNAL OF NORTH AFRICAN STUDIES

1362-9387

Vols. 1-16. Essex, 1996-2011. Partly reprint. $ 3000

  • Vols. 1-12. 1996-2007. Per volume $ 200
  • Vols. 13-16. 2008-2011. Per volume $ 220

- JOURNAL OF NORTH AFRICAN STUDIES covers research on the history, sociology, anthropology, economy and diplomacy of Egypt, Sudan, Libya, and the Maghreb states.

JOURNAL OF RELIGION IN AFRICA

0022-4200

Vols. 1-42. Leiden, 1968-2012. Mostly reprint. $ 6800

  • Per volume $ 190

- JOURNAL OF RELIGION IN AFRICA publishes studies of the forms and history of religion on the African continent, with particular emphasis on sub-Saharan Africa and the relationships between Christianity and Islam in the region.

JOURNAL OF SOUTHERN AFRICAN AFFAIRS

An Interdisciplinary Research Quarterly

Vols. 1-5 (all publ.). Washington, D.C., 1976-1980. Mostly bound. $ 150

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JOURNAL OF SOUTHERN AFRICAN STUDIES

0305-7070

Vols. 1-37. Abingdon, 1974/75-2011. Partly reprint. $ 5700

  • Vols. 1-14. 1974/75-1987/88. Per volume $ 120
  • Vols. 15-33. 1988/89-2007. Per volume $ 200
  • Vols. 34-37. 2008-2011. Per volume $ 220

- JOURNAL OF SOUTHERN AFRICAN STUDIES actively seeks academic scholarship presenting new perspectives, "fresh scholarly inquiry and exposition," and explications of methodology, in all fields pertaining to the human condition and social issues in southern Africa, with emphasis on the social sciences. Issues include six to eight extensive articles, excellent review essays, and first-rate signed book reviews (Katz).

JOURNAL OF THE MIDDLE EAST AND AFRICA

2152-0844

Vols. 1-2. Philadelphia, 2010-2011. $ 290

  • Per volume $ 160

- The JOURNAL OF THE MIDDLE EAST AND AFRICA, the flagship publication of the Association for the Study of the Middle East and Africa (ASMEA), includes both the entire continent of Africa and the Middle East within its purview - exploring the historic social, economic, and political links between these two regions, as well as the modern challenges they face.

JOURNAL OF THE MUSICAL ARTS IN AFRICA

1812-1004

Vols. 1-8. Abingdon, 2004-2011. Reprint. $ 500

  • Per volume $ 70

- JOURNAL OF THE MUSICAL ARTS IN AFRICA aims to combine ethnomusicological, musicological, music educational and performance-based research in a unique way to promote the musical arts on the African continent.

KYOTO UNIVERSITY AFRICAN STUDIES

Vols. 1-10. Kyoto, 1966-1976. $ 500

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LANGUAGE ASSOCIATION OF EASTERN AFRICA. JOURNAL

Vols. 1-3. Nairobi, 1970-1975. $ 120

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LANGUAGE MATTERS

1022-8195

Vols. 24-42. London, 1993-2011. Reprint. $ 2100

  • Vols. 24-38. 1993-2007. Per volume $ 120
  • Vols. 39-42. 2008-2011. Per volume $ 130

- LANGUAGE MATTERS is distributed to language teachers, language practitioners, and laypersons interested in language. The journal aims to provide a forum for discussion of the whole spectrum of language usage and debate.

LIBYAN STUDIES

0263-7189

Vols. 1-43. London, 1969/70-2012. Partly Reprint. $ 2000

  • Per volume $ 55

- Articles in LIBYAN STUDIES cover a broad range of subjects, including archaeology, ancient and Islamic history, geology, geography and social sciences.

MUNDUS

A quarterly review of German research contributions on
Asia, Africa and Latin America - arts and science.

Vols. 1-19. Stuttgart, 1965-1983. € 880

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MUZIKI

1812-5980

JOURNAL OF MUSIC RESEARCH IN AFRICA

Vols. 1-8. Abingdon, 2004-2011. Partly reprint. $ 790

  • Per volume $ 110

- Formerly published as ARS NOVA.

- MUZIKI publishes articles by lecturers and postgraduate students of the musicology department.

NEGRO CHURCHMAN

The Official Organ of the African Orthodox Church

Vols. 1-9 no. 9 (all publ.). New York 1923-1931. With an introductory essay by R. Newman. Reprint. Bound. $ 210

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- The NEGRO CHURCHMAN recorded the daily activities of the African Orthodox Church, its advances and setbacks, the annual Synods' agendas and programs, doctrinal messages, and the church history.

NEW AFRICAN

Years 1992-2006. $ 800

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NEW PERSPECTIVES AND CONCEPTIONS OF INTERNATIONAL LAW

ISBN 0-211-81780-8/3-211-81780-8.
An Afro-European Dialogue.
Ed. by K. Ginther and W. Benedek.
Supplementum 6 of Oesterreichsiche Zeitschrift fuer oeffentliches Recht und Voelkerrecht.

Vienna, Springer verlag, 1983. 261 pages. Paperbound. € 150

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NKA: JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY AFRICAN ART

1075-7163

Nums. 1-27. Durham, 1994-2011. Mostly reprint. $ 1500

  • Nums. 1-25. 1994-2009. Per number $ 60
  • Nums. 26-27. 2010-2011. Per number $ 70

- NKA: JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY AFRICAN ART explores all areas of contemporary African and African diaspora art.

NORTHEAST AFRICAN STUDIES

0740-9133

1979/80-2013. Mostly reprint. $ 2200

  • Old Series: Vols. 1-13. 1979/80-1991. Per volume $ 90
  • New Series: Vols. 1-11. 1994-2004/11. Per volume $ 100
  • New Series: Vols. 12-13. 2012-2013. Per volume $ 110

Nothing was published in 1992,1993 and between 2004 and 2010. Publication was resumed in 2011.

- NORTHEAST AFRICAN STUDIES is the leading scholarly journal on Ethiopia, Sudan, Somalia, and Djibouti. The journal's founding editor, Harold G. Marcus, had a vision: to publish widely across disciplines and thus to present a panoramic and interrogative view of the political and cultural landscapes of the Horn of Africa.

NYERERE, JULIUS ET AL: THE ARUSHA CONFERENCE

Conference on Southern Africa of the Socialist International and the Socialist Group of the European Parliament with the Front Line States, ANC and SWAPO. Arusha, Tanzania, September 4-5, 1984.

London, Socialist International, 1985. 135 pages. Paperbound. € 50

ODU

Journal of Yoruba Edo and Related Studies

Vols. 1-9 (all publ.). Ibadan, 1955-1963. Reprint. Bound. $ 150

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PAN-AFRICAN CONGRESS ON PREHISTORY. PROCEEDINGS

1st-4th Congresses. Oxford, England; etc., 1947-1959. Partly reprint. Bound. $ 500

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PAN-AFRICAN JOURNAL

Vols. 1-10 no. 1 (all publ.). Nairobi, 1968-1977. Partly bound. $ 300

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SCRUTINY2: ISSUES IN ENGLISH STUDIES IN SOUTHERN AFRICA

1812-5441

Vols. 1-16. Pretoria, 1996-2011. Mostly reprint. $ 1500

  • Vols. 1-12. 1996-2007. Per volume $ 100
  • Vols. 13-16. 2008-2011. Per volume $ 110

- Formerly published as U N I S A ENGLISH STUDIES

- SCRUTINY 2: ISSUES IN ENGLISH STUDIES IN SOUTHERN AFRICA is peer-reviewed and places emphasis on theoretical and practical concerns in English studies in southern Africa, particularly tertiary education.

SOCIAL DYNAMICS

0253-3952

Vols. 1-37 1975-2011. Mostly reprint. $ 4000

  • Vols. 1-33. 1975-2007. Per volume $ 120
  • Vols. 34-37. 2008-2011. Per volume $ 130

- SOCIAL DYNAMICS is committed to publishing interdisciplinary academic research, fostering debate and addressing current issues pertaining to the African continent. Articles cover the full range of humanities and social sciences including economics, sociology and anthropology, politics, history, literary and language studies, music, archaeology, education and psychology.

SOUTH AFRICAN GEOGRAPHICAL JOURNAL

0373-6245

Vols. 1-93 1917-2011. Mostly reprint. $ 7100

  • Vols. 1-54. 1917-1972. Per volume $ 70
  • Vols. 55-89. 1973-2007. Per volume $ 130
  • Vols. 90-93. 2008-2011. Per volume $ 140

- SOUTH AFRICAN GEOGRAPHICAL JOURNAL contains original material on all aspects of geography, both physical and human, with particular relevance to southern Africa.

SOUTH AFRICAN HISTORICAL JOURNAL

0258-2473

Nums. 1-63. Pretoria, 1969-2011. $ 3900

  • Nums. 1-59. 1969-2007. Per number $ 60
  • Nums. 60-63. 2008-2011. Per number $ 270

- The SOUTH AFRICAN HISTORICAL JOURNAL is devoted to articles on southern African history based on original research, historiographical articles, critical reviews, and review articles.

SOUTH AFRICAN JOURNAL OF AFRICAN LANGUAGES

0257-2117

Vols. 1-31. Pretoria, 1981-2011. Mostly Reprint. $ 5000

  • Vols. 1-27. 1981-2007. Per volume $ 180
  • Vols. 28-31. 2008-2011. Per volume $ 160

- The SOUTH AFRICAN JOURNAL OF AFRICAN LANGUAGES is a peer-reviewed research journal devoted to the advancement of African (Bantu) and Khoi-San languages and literatures. Papers, book reviews and polemic contributions of a scientific nature in any of the core areas of linguistics, both theoretical (e.g. syntax, phonology, semantics) and applied (e.g. sociolinguistic topics, language teaching, language policy), and literature, based on original research in the context of the African languages, are welcome. The journal is the official mouthpiece of the African Language Association of Southern Africa (ALASA), established in 1979.

SOUTH AFRICAN JOURNAL OF ECONOMICS

0038-2280

Vols. 1-53. Pretoria, 1933-1985. Reprint. Bound set. € 3,600

  • Vols. 1-53. 1933-1985. Bound per volume EUR 90,-

- Official journal of the Economic Society of South Africa. It is an international recognised forum for discussion of South African economic

problems and also carries articles from authors in other countries.

Sole agent for Japan: Maruzen Co. Ltd., Tokyo

SOUTH AFRICAN REVIEW OF SOCIOLOGY

2152-8586

Vols. 31-42. Abingdon, 2000-2011. Mostly reprint. $ 2400

  • Per volume $ 225

- Formerly published as SOCIETY IN TRANSITION

- SOUTH AFRICAN REVIEW OF SOCIOLOGY publishes leading scholarship relevant to the South African sociological community and beyond, including original research articles, review papers, briefings and debates.

SOUTH AFRICAN STATISTICAL JOURNAL

Vols. 1-25. 1967-1991. Lacks vol. 24. Bound. $ 1,450

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SOUTH AFRICAN THEATRE JOURNAL

1013-7548

Vols. 1-25. Abingdon, 1987-2011. Mostly reprint. $ 4100

  • Vols. 1-21. 1987-2007. Per volume $ 180
  • Vols. 22-25. 2008-2011. Per volume $ 190

- SOUTH AFRICAN THEATRE JOURNAL features peer-reviewed articles on the history, theory and practice of the performing arts, as well as the methodology of theatre research and performance studies.

STEWART, FRANCES: ECONOMIC POLICIES AND AGRICULTURAL PERFORMANCE

The case of Tanzania.
Development Center Papers.

Paris, OECD, 1986. 122 pages. Paperbound. € 50

TOWARDS SELF-RELIANCE

ISBN 92-2-101996-9.
Development, employment and equity issues in Tanzania.
Report to the Government of Tanzania by a JASPA Employment Advisory Mission.

Addis Ababa, International Labour Office, 1978. 259 pages. Paperbound. € 50

TRANSITION: AN INTERNATIONAL REVIEW

0041-1191

1961-2011. Partly reprint. $ 2700

  • Old series: Vols. 1-9. 1961-1974/76. Per volume $ 170, continued as
  • Old series: Nums. 51-106. 1991-2011. Per number $ 30

- Claiming the subversive ancestry of the original Transition journal, this new series takes a critical look at culture, cultural icons, literature, visual imagery, and the arts. TRANSITION is not strictly a journal on Africana, for its scope is worldwide and embraces a multicultural perspective. With the likes of Houston Baker, Kwame Appiah, Henry Louis Gates, and other leading literati as editors and members of the editorial board, there is little wonder that this journal has received considerable attention and interest. The articles are readable and often provocative (Katz).

TRANSVAAL MUSEUM. MEMOIRS

Nos. 1-22. Pretoria, 1943-1981. Swets reprint. $ 1,760

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UNITED AFRICA COMPANY LIMITED. STATISTICAL AND ECONOMIC REVIEW

Nos. 1-30. 1948-1965. $ 300

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