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Periodical articlePech, Tobias (2017)
The internment camp 'Klein-Danzig' in Windhoek 1939-1941
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. #21. p. 89-116.

Periodical articleGroop, Kim (2017)
Shikongo shaKalulu, Nakambale and shared memories: Olukonda historic mission station as a cultural memory and heritage site
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. #21. p. 65-87.

Periodical articleTomasini Castro, Josué (2017)
Mattia Fumanti's 'Politics of distinction: élite formation, the public space and the moral base of politics in (post)colonial Africa: review article
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. #21. p. 55-63.

Periodical articleBayer, Markus (2017)
Swapo forever? Prospect for liberal democracy or prolonged one-party dominance in Namibia
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. #21. p. 27-54.

Periodical articleAmupanda, Job Shipululo (2017)
Constitutionalism and principles of economic order: examining Namibia's 'mixed economy' and the economic asylum of neoliberalism
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. #21. p. 7-26.

Periodical articleZollmann, Jakob (2016)
See this documentUnforeseen combat at Naulila. German South West Africa, Angola, and the First World War in 1914 - 1917
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. #20. p. 79-112.

Periodical articleTjiramanga, Alexandra and Pasi, Juliet (2016)
See this documentThanatographical narration in Jane Katjavivi's memoir 'Undisciplined heart'
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. #20. p. 63-78.

Periodical articleHays, Jennifer (2016)
See this documentWho owns education? Schooling, learning and livelihood for the Nyae Nyae Ju'hoansi
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. #20. p. 37-61.

Periodical articleBotha, Christo (2016)
See this documentThe church in Namibia: political handmaiden or a force for justice and unity?
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. #20. p. 7-36.

Periodical articleBendix, Josef (2016)
See this documentPrimary source: Josef Bendix: Briefe und Feldpostkarten aus Deutsch-Südwestafrika Oktober 1903 bis März 1904
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. #19. p. 109-122.

Periodical articleOla-Busari, Josephine (2016)
See this documentLack of reading culture and literacy in the Namibian educational system: some propositions for social responsibility
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. #19. p. 91-108.

Periodical articleO'Donnell, Krista Molly (2016)
See this document'The public danger of rumor-mongering': news in German colonial South West Africa during the First World War
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. #19. p. 69-89.

Periodical articleMushelenga, Peya (2016)
See this documentForeign policy-making for a pre-independent Namibia and the subsequent results
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. #19. p. 43-68.

Periodical articleCowser, Angela and L. Barnes, Sandra (2016)
See this documentFrom shack dweller to home owner: the power of the MBOP, Africana womanism, and self-help housing among the Shack Dwellers Federation of Namibia
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. #19. p. 15-41.

Periodical articleZollmann, Jakob (2015)
See this documentChildren of Empire: childhood, education and space in German South West Africa, c. 1880-1915
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. Volume 17. p. 71-124.

Periodical articleWeber, Everard (2015)
See this documentDiversity education in South Africa, Mozambique and Namibia: a research agenda
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. Volume 17. p. 51-70.

Periodical articleKornes, Godwin (2015)
See this documentCelebrating Independence Day: the aesthetics and politics of national commemoration in Namibia
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. Volume 17. p. 27-50.

Periodical articleKimani, Nicholas N. (2015)
See this documentSeabed mining in Namibia: quo vadis?
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. Volume 17. p. 7-25.

Periodical issueWolputte, Steven van and Friedman, John (eds.) (2015)
See this documentNamibia at 25
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. #18. 162p.

Periodical articleSiefkes, Martin (2014)
Discursive traces of genocide in Johannes Spiecker's travel diary (1905-1907)
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. Volume 16. p. 83-114.

Periodical articleParr, Rolf (2014)
The relationship between concepts of home, colonialism and exoticism in the works of Gustav Frenssen and Hans Grimm
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. Volume 16. p. 61-82.

Periodical articleLikuwa, Kletus Muhena (2014)
Contract labourers from Kavango on farms in Namibia, 1925-1972
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. Volume 16. p. 47-60.

Periodical articleGuenther, Mathias (2014)
'With their backs to the wall … they were fighting like the cornered mongoose': contextualizing Kalahari San violence and warfare historically
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. Volume 16. p. 7-45.

Periodical articleNiekrenz, Yvonne and Ambrüster, Christian and Witte, Matthias D. (2014)
A problematic sense of belonging: a media analysis of the 'GDR children of Namibia'
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. Volume 15. p. 95-123.

Periodical articleLindeke, Bill (2014)
Conflict resolution by institutional design: democratic development and state formation in independent Namibia: public service and decentralisation experiences
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. Volume 15. p. 63-93.

Periodical articleHeinze, Robert (2014)
'It recharged our batteries': writing the history of the Voice of Namibia
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. Volume 15. p. 25-62.

Periodical articleHäußler, Matthias (2014)
'Die Kommandogewalt hat geredet, der Reichstag hat zu schweigen': how the 'Hottentottenwahlen' of 1907 shaped the relationship between parliament and military policy in Imperial Germany
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. Volume 15. p. 7-24.

Periodical articleDuchhardt, Heinz (2013)
German South West Africa: a focus of research in cultural studies during the Wilhelmine era? Research note
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. Volume 14. p. 69-76.

Periodical articleCurson, Peter (2013)
Life and death in the borderlands: the story of Edward Presgrave
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. Volume 14. p. 47-68.

Periodical articleBotha, Christo (2013)
Searching for justice: the pursuit of a liberal tradition in colonial Namibia
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. Volume 14. p. 7-45.

Periodical articleVan Wolputte, Steven (2013)
Vicious vets and lazy locals: experimentation, politics and CBPP in north-west Namibia, 1925-1980
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. Volume 13. p. 79-100.

Periodical articleMokopakgosi, Brian T. (2013)
Batswana 'dikgosi' (chiefs) and the incorporation of South West Africa into the Union of South Africa, 1946: what business did they have in the issue?
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. Volume 13. p. 55-77.

Periodical articleConnoy, Laura and Ilcan, Suzan (2013)
Township tourism and the political spaces of Katutura
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. Volume 13. p. 33-54.

Periodical articleBotha, Christo (2013)
Constraints on the development of liberal ideas and practices in colonial Namibia
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. Volume 13. p. 7-31.

Periodical articleLow, Chris (2012)
KhoeSan shamanistic relationships with snakes and rain
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. Volume 12. p. 71-96.

Periodical articleLange, Daniel (2012)
The GDR's UNTAG involvement 1989/90: a short and unique chapter in German-Namibian history
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. Volume 12. p. 47-70.

Periodical articleDedering, Tilman (2012)
Compounds, camps, colonialism
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. Volume 12. p. 29-46.

Periodical articleBrehl, Medardus (2012)
Figures of disintegration: 'half-castes' and 'frontiersmen' in German colonial literature on South West Africa
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. Volume 12. p. 7-27.

Periodical articleKreienbaum, Jonas (2012)
Guerrilla wars and colonial concentration camps: the exceptional case of German South West Africa (1904 - 1908)
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. #11. p. 85-103.

Periodical articleGroop, Kim Stefan (2012)
The Church, the State and the issue of national reconciliation in Namibia
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. #11. p. 63-83.

Periodical articleBreitwieser, Lukas (2012)
'We are going to put South West Africa on the map this time': the homogenisation and differentiation of Namibian tourist spaces
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. #11. p. 7-27.

Periodical articleHäussler, Matthias (2011)
From destruction to extermination: genocidal escalation in Germany's war against the Herero, 1904
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. #10. p. 55-81.

Periodical articleChristiansen, Thomas (2011)
Assessing Namibia's performance two decades after independence: part I, initial position, external support, regional comparison: part II, sectoral analysis
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. #10. p. 31-53.

Periodical articleBoden, Gertrud (2011)
Becoming invisible: changing land use practices and identity strategies of the !Xoon in Namibia between the 1920s and 1970s
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. #10. p. 7-29.

Periodical articleWinterfeldt, Volker and Vale, Helen (2011)
Encodings of society in Namibian literature
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. #9. p. 85-108.

Periodical articleVoigt, Isabel and Fritsch, Kathrin (2011)
Transcultural aspects of exploring and mapping South West Africa between 1850 and 1914
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. #9. p. 61-83.

Periodical articleBargueño, David (2011)
Humanitarianism in the age of empire: Deutsch-Südwestafrika & l'État Indépendant du Congo
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. #9. p. 17-60.

Periodical articleAnnuss, Evelyn (2011)
Visual afterlives of colonialism: images of Namibia on contemporary German television
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. #9. p. 7-16.

Periodical articlePröpper, Michael (2010)
Muted 'mutji': on secularized self-censorship, virtual environmentalism and spiritual ecologies in Kavango, Namibia
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. #8. p. 49-78.

Periodical articlePauli, Julia (2010)
The female side of male patronage: gender perspectives on elite formation processes in Northwest Namibia
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. #8. p. 27-47.

Periodical articleHaacke, Wilfrid (2010)
The hunt for the Damara IHaihab in 1903: contemporary oral testimony
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. #8. p. 7-25.

Periodical articleZollmann, Jakob (2010)
Slavery and the colonial State in German South West Africa 1880s to 1918
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. #7. p. 85-118.

Periodical articleZimmermann, Martin (2010)
The coexistence of traditional and large-scale water supply systems in central northern Namibia
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. #7. p. 55-84.

Periodical articleGargallo, Eduard (2010)
Serving production, welfare or neither? An analysis of the group resettlement projects in the Namibian land reform
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. #7. p. 29-54.

Periodical articleArich-Gerz, Bruno (2010)
Postcolonial English language prose from and about Namibia: a survey of novels from 1993 to the present
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. #7. p. 7-28.

Periodical articleWerz, Bruno E.J.S. (2009)
The Oranjemund shipwreck, Namibia: the excavation of sub-Saharan Africa's oldest discovered wreck
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. Volume 6. p. 81-106.

Periodical articleLindner, Ulrike (2009)
Contested concepts of 'white'/'native' and mixed marriages in German South-West Africa and the Cape Colony 1900-1914: a histoire croisée
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. Volume 6. p. 57-79.

Periodical articleGockel-Frank, Martina (2009)
Contraceptive use among women in Namibia: a case study of Khorixas, Kunene South
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. Volume 6. p. 27-55.

Periodical articleBaines, Gary (2009)
Conflicting memories, competing narratives and complicating histories: revisiting the Cassinga controversy
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. Volume 6. p. 7-26.

Periodical articleHorn, Nico (2009)
The process of human rights protection in Namibia
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. #5. p. 99-116.

Periodical articleHermes, Stefan (2009)
Looking back critically: representations of the 'Herero War' in novels of the GDR (Ferdinand May, Dietmar Beetz)
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. #5. p. 73-98.

Periodical articleBoden, Gertrud (2009)
The Khwe and West Caprivi before Namibian independence: matters of land, labour, power and alliance
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. #5. p. 27-71.

Periodical articleBaines, Gary (2009)
SADF soldiers' stories: review article
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. #5. p. 7-25.

Periodical articleBotha, Christo B. (2008)
South Africa's total strategy in the era of Cold War, liberation struggles and the uneven transition to democracy: review article
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. #4. p. 75-111.

Periodical articleWerz, Bruno E.J.S. (2008)
Not lost without a trace: the DEIC ship Vlissingen, assumed to have foundered near Meob Bay in 1747
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. #4. p. 47-74.

Periodical articleHull, Isabel V. (2008)
The military campaign in German Southwest Africa, 1904 - 1907 and the genocide of the Herero and Nama
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. #4. p. 7-24.

Periodical articleSaunders, Chris (2008)
Some roots of anti-colonial historical writing about Namibia
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. #3. p. 83-93.

Periodical articleHenrichsen, Dag (2008)
'Damara' labour recruitment to the Cape Colony and marginalisation and hegemony in late 19th century central Namibia
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. #3. p. 63-82.

Periodical articleEckl, Andreas (2008)
The Herero genocide of 1904: source-critical and methodological considerations
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. #3. p. 31-61.

Periodical articleDobler, Gregor (2008)
Boundary drawing and the notion of territoriality in pre-colonial and early colonial Ovamboland
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. #3. p. 7-30.

Periodical articleWerz, Bruno E.J.S. (2007)
A Suggested Blueprint for the Development of Maritime Archeological Research in Namibia
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. #2. p. 103-121.

Periodical articleLusakalalu, Pedro (2007)
Media, Education and the Count of Namibian Languages
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. #2. p. 85-101.

Periodical articleHartmann, Wolfram (2007)
Making a South West Africa German? Attempting Imperial, Juridical, Colonial, Conjhugal and Moral Order
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. #2. p. 51-84.

Periodical articleBotha, Chris (2007)
Internal Colonisation and an Oppressed Minority? The Dynamics of Relations Between Germans and Afrikaners Against the Background of Constructing a Colonial State in Namibia, 1884-1990
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. #2. p. 7-50.

Periodical articleZollmann, Jakob (2007)
Polemics and Other Arguments: A German Debate Reviewed
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. #1. p. 109-130.

Periodical articleDu Pisani, Andre (2007)
Memory Politics in 'Where Others Wavered: The Autobiography of Sam Nujoma, My Life in SWAPO and My Participation in the Liberation Struggle of Namibia
Journal of Namibian Studies. #1. p. 97-107.

Periodical articleHillebrecht, Werner (2007)
'Certain Uncertainties' or Venturing Progressively Into Colonial Apologetics?
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. #1. p. 73-95.

Periodical articleHartmann, Wolfram (2007)
Urges in the Colony. Men and Women in Colonial Windhoek, 1890-1905
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. #1. p. 39-71.

Periodical articleEckl, Andreas (2007)
Reports From 'Beyond the Line': The Accumulation of Knowledge of Kavango and its People by the German Colonial Administration, 1891-1911
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. #1. p. 7-37.

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