New year brings new African studies library publications

The new year brings new works in the African Studies library collection!

African Studies Bibliographer Emilie Songolo works hard to keep African Studies collections updated and replete with works from the African continent while supporting African publishing houses by acquiring these new works directly from them. Below is a sample of the latest additions.

Additionally, Emilie Songolo will again offer open office hours following the African Studies Program’s weekly AFRICA AT NOON seminar in the spring semester. Office hours are scheduled directly after the noon seminar, from 1-2pm in 301 Ingraham Hall. Connect with Emilie regarding library collections, publications or research assistance.

Please note that each work is found in Memorial Library unless otherwise designated.

  • The 2011 BOFEPUSU strike: a story of the fight for restoration of workers purchasing power
    Christian John Makgla, Ikanyeng Malila
    Center for Advanced Studies of African Society; Cape Town, South Africa
    HD5443 .M35 2014
  • A citizen’s guide to crime trends in South Africa
    Anine Kriegler, Mark Shaw
    Jonathan Ball Publishers; Johannesburg, South Africa
    HV7150.5 .K75 2016
  • The great South African cookbook
    Libby Doyle, Ruth Anna Hobday, Jules Mercer, Ingeborg Pelser
    Quivertree Publications; Cape Town, South Africa
    TX725.S6 G74 2016
  • June 16
    Peter Magubane, Joe Latakgomo, Winnie Mandela
    Seriti sa Sechaba Publishers; Cape Town South Africa
    Oversize Shelving
    DT1959 .M34 2016
  • Kenyan-South African dialogue on devolution
    Nico Steytler, Yash P. Ghai
    Juta Publishers; Claremont, South Africa
    JQ2947.A56 D42255 2015
  • Language rights in Southern Africa
    Lazarus Musazitame Miti
    Center for Advanced Studies of African Society; Cape Town, South Africa
    PL8019 .M57 2016
  • Mmusi Maimane : prophet or puppet?
    S’Thembiso Msomi
    Jonathan Ball Publishers; Jeppestown, South Africa
    DT1972.M25 M76 2016
  • Resurgent resource nationalism? : a study into the global phenomenon
    Mcebisi Ndletyana, David Maimela
    Mapungupwe Institute of Strategic Reflection; Johannesburg, South Africa
    HC55 .R485 2016
  • Sarie
    Heinrich Böhmke
    Martial Publishing; Klein Windhoek, Windhoek, Namibia
    PR9369.4.B656 S27 2016
  • Sexualized violence in the national debate : cross-border observations on India and South Africa
    Melanie Verwoerd, Claudia Lopes
    Heinrich Böll Stiftung
    HV6250.4.W65 S495 2015
  • The Thabo Mbeki I know
    Sifiso Mxolisi Ndlovu, Miranda Strydom
    Picador Africa, Johannesburg
    DT1975 .T45 2016
  • The way I see it : the musings of a black woman in the rainbow nation
    Lerato Tshabalala
    Penguin Books; Cape Town, South Africa
    PN4781 .T84 2016
  • Africanising the curriculum : indigenous perspectives and theories
    Vuyisile Msila, Mishack Thiza Gumbo, Steve Sharra, Philip Higgs, Gregory H. Kamwendo, Vitallis Chikoko, Tshilidzi Netshitangani, Soul Shava, Onoriode Collins Potokri, Paul Webb, Simphiwe Sesanti
    Sun Press; Stellenbosch, South Africa
    LB2362.A3 A37 2016
  • The Anglo-Boer War 1899-1902 : white man’s war, black man’s war, traumatic war
    André Wessels
    Sun Press; Bloemfontein, South Africa
    DT1896 .W46 2011
  • Better to die on one’s feet : one man’s journey from Robben Island to freedom
    Michael Dingake
    South African History Online
    DT2499.D56 A3 2015
  • The fires beneath : the life of Monica Wilson, South African anthropologist
    Seán Morrow
    Penguin Books; Cape Town, South Africa
    GN21.W55 M67 2016
  • The keeper of the Kumm
    Sylvia Vollenhoven
    Tafelberg; Cape Town, South Africa
    PN5476.V65 A3 2016
  • Roughing it : 1820 settlers in their own words
    Ralph Goldswain
    Tafelberg; Cape Town, South Africa
    DT1840 .G65 2016
  • So send I you : finding the broken hearted in rural KwaZulu
    Esther Alm
    Porcupine Press; Pinegowrie, South Africa
    BV2470.S6 A55 2015
  • Sonqua : southern San history and art after contact : an illustrated synthesis
    Pieter Jolly
    Mega Digital; Cape Town, South Africa
    DT1058.S36 J65 2015
  • The battle for Cosatu : an insider’s view
    Patrick Craven
    Bookstorm; Johannesburg, South Africa
    HD6870.5 .C65 2016
  • The Cape Odyssey 107 : a selection of essays inspired by Maps of the Cape
    Roger Stewart
    Historical Media; Tokai, South Africa
    DT2039 .S849 2016
  • The families and farms of the South Peninsula and Cape Point : the history of a bygone era
    Michael Walker
    Kalk Bay Historical Association; Kalk Bay, South Africa
    S473.S62 C36 2016
  • Military psychology for Africa
    A. J. Van Dyk
    Sun Press; Stellenbosch, South Africa
    U22.3 .M55 2016
  • PASA Directory
    Publishers’ Association of South Africa
    Publishers’ Association of South Africa; Cape Town, South Africa
    Z469.5 P37
  • A place to live : Red Location and its history from 1903 to 2013
    Vuyisile Msila
    Sun Media Metro; Stellenbosch, South Africa
    DT2405.P68 M75 2014
  • The socioeconomics of livestock keeping in two South African communities
    Vasu Reddy, Safiyya Goga, Furzana Timol, Stanley Molefi
    HSRC Press; Cape Town, South Africa
    SF55.S63 R45 2016
  • Under Devil’s Peak : the life and times of Wilfrid Cooper, an advocate in the age of apartheid
    Gavin Cooper
    Burnet Media; Kenilworth, South Africa
    DT1949.C66 C66 2016
  • Writing what we like : a new generation speaks
    Yolisa Qunta
    Tafelberg; Cape Town, South Africa
    HQ799.S6 W75 2016