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BookNawata, Hiroshi (ed.) (2013)
Dryland mangroves: frontier research and conservation
Abstract presentKyoto: Shoukadoh Book Sellers. Arab subsistence monograph series 2.

Periodical articleBaumgardt, Ursula; Roulon-Doko, Paulette (2009)
L'expression de l'espace dans les langues africaines II
Abstract presentJournal des africanistes. Volume 79 #2. p. 9-314.

BookFadlalla, Amal Hassan (2007)
Embodying honor: fertility, foreignness, and regeneration in Eastern Sudan
Madison, WI: The University of Wisconsin Press. Women in Africa and the diaspora. 210p.

Periodical articlePantuliano, Sara (2006)
See this publicationComprehensive Peace? An Analysis of the Evolving Tension in Eastern Sudan
Abstract presentReview of African Political Economy. Volume 33 #110. December. p. 709-720.

Periodical articleNawata, Hiroshi (2005)
Historical Socio-Economic Relationships between the Rashayda and the Beja in the Eastern Sudan: The Production of Racing Camels and Trade Networks Across the Red Sea
Senri Ethnological Studies. #69. p. 187-213.

BookPantuliano, Sara (2002)
Sustaining livelihoods across the rural-urban divide: changes and challenges facing the Beja pastoralists of north eastern Sudan
London: IIED. Pastoral land tenure series #14. 52p.

Periodical articleManger, Leif (2001)
See this publicationPastoralist-State Relations among the Hadendowa Beja of Eastern Sudan
Abstract presentNomadic Peoples. Volume 5 #2. p. 21-48.

Periodical articleBechhaus-Gerst, Marianne (2000)
A study of Beja place-names
Abstract presentAfrikanistische Arbeitspapiere: Schriftenreihe des Kölner Instituts für Afrikanistik. #61. p. 145-170.

BookJacobsen, Frode Fadnes (1998)
Theories of sickness and misfortune among the Hadandowa Beja of the Sudan: narratives as points of entry into Beja cultural knowledge
London: Kegan Paul. 366p.

Periodical articleMorin, Didier (1997)
See this publicationMimetic traditions in Beja poetry from Sudan
Abstract presentResearch in African Literatures. Volume 28 #1. p. 15-34.

BookManger, Leif (1996)
Survival on meagre resources: Hadendowa pastoralism in the Red Sea hills
Abstract presentUppsala: Nordiska Afrikainstitutet. 244p.

Periodical articleAhmad, Abdussamad H. (1995)
See this publicationThe Gumuz of the lowlands of western Gojjam: the frontier in history 1900-1935
Abstract presentAfrica: rivista trimestrale di studi e documentazione. Volume 50 #1. p. 53-67.

Periodical articleAl-Hasan, Idris S. (1995)
Gender Religious Experience: Women and Quranic Schools in Eastern Sudan
Abstract presentEastern Africa Social Science Research Review. Volume 11 #1. January. p. 1-20.

Dissertation / thesisDijk, Johan A. van (1995)
Taking the waters: soil and water conservation among settling Beja nomads in eastern Sudan
Abstract presentAldershot: Avebury. Research series #4. 324p.

Periodical articleMohamed, Adam A. (1995)
Individual Change among the Beja Tribesmen of Eastern Sudan: A Case Study
Abstract presentEastern Africa Social Science Research Review. Volume 11 #1. January. p. 21-39.

Periodical articleMohamed Salih, Hassan (1994)
See this publicationStruggle for the Delta: Hadendowa Conflict over Land Rights in the Sudan
Abstract presentNomadic Peoples. #34-35. p. 147-157.

BookHjort af Ornäs, Anders; Dahl, Gudrun (1991)
Responsible man: the Atmaan Beja of North-eastern Sudan
Abstract presentStockholm: Department of Social Anthropology, University of Stockholm. Stockholm studies in social anthropology #27. 193p.

BookPalmisano, Antonio L. (1991)
Ethnicity: the Beja as representation
Abstract presentBerlin: Das Arabische Buch. Occasional papers, Ethnizität und Gesellschaft #29. 135p.

Book chapterSørbø, G.M. (1991)
Systems of pastoral and agricultural production in eastern Sudan
Abstract presentIn: The Agriculture of the Sudan. p. 214-229.

BookPálsson, Gísli (ed.) (1990)
From water to world-making: African models and arid lands
Abstract presentUppsala: The Scandinavian Institute of African Studies. 206p.

Dissertation / thesisAmin El-Awad Hag Ahmed, el- (1988)
The migration of the Hadandawa to Port Sudan with special reference to its impacts on their identification
Abstract present177p.

Periodical articleDessalegn Rahmato (1988)
See this publicationSettlement and resettlement in Mettekel, western Ethiopia
Abstract presentAfrica: rivista trimestrale di studi e documentazione. Volume 43 #1. p. 14-34.

Periodical articleMorton, J. (1988)
See this publicationBeja kinship terminology
Abstract presentNortheast African Studies. Volume 10 #2-3. p. 141-149.

Periodical articleMorton, John (1988)
See this publicationSakanab: Greetings and Information among the Northern Beja
Abstract presentAfrica: Journal of the International African Institute. Volume 58 #4. p. 423-436.

Book chapterSalih, Hassan Mohamed (1987)
Descent, marriage, and uxorilocal residence among the Hadendowa of eastern Sudan
Abstract presentIn: Family life in Sudan. p. 15-28.

BookCuoq, Joseph (1986)
Islamisation de la Nubie chrétienne: VIIe-XVIe siècle
Abstract presentParis: Geuthner. Bibliothèque d'études islamiques #9. 126p.

Book chapterSalih, Hassan Mohamed (1985)
The Gash Delta: labour organization in pastoral economy versus labour requirements in agricultural production
Abstract presentIn: Population and Development Projects in Africa. p. 282-296.

Periodical articleSalih, Hassan M. (1980)
Hadanduwa Traditional Territorial Rights and Inter-Population Relations within the Context of the Native Administration System (1927-1970)
Abstract presentSudan Notes and Records. Volume 61. p. 118-133.

BookPaul, Andrew (1971)
A history of the Beja Tribes of the Sudan
Abstract presentLondon: F. Cass. Cass library of African studies, General studies #121. 163p.

Periodical articleGuirguis, M. (1956)
El-Bega tribes: a little known people of Egypt and the Sudan
Abstract presentCivilisations. Volume 6 #2. p. 237-242.

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