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BookRiggan, Jennifer (2016)
The struggling state: nationalism, mass militarization, and the education of Eritrea
Philadelphia: Temple University Press. 243p.

BookSegnou, Étienne (2015)
Le nationalisme camerounais dans les programmes et manuels d'histoire
Paris: L'Harmattan. 386p.

BookDu Preez, Max (2013)
A rumour of spring: South Africa after 20 years of democracy
Cape Town: Zebra Press. 294p.

BookKonings, Piet (2009)
See this documentNeoliberal bandwagonism: civil society and the politics of belonging in Anglophone Cameroon
Abstract presentBamenda: Langaa Research and Publishing. 261p.

Periodical articleStraker, Jay (2008)
See this documentThe state of the subject: a Guinean educator's odyssey in the postcolonial forest, 1960-2001
Abstract presentThe Journal of African History. Volume 49 #1. p. 93-109.

Periodical articleZimudzi, Tapiwa B. (2007)
See this documentSpies and Informers on Campus: Vetting, Surveillance and Deportation of Expatriate University Lecturers in Colonial Zimbabwe, 1954-1963
Abstract presentJournal of Southern African Studies. Volume 33 #1. March. p. 193-208.

Periodical articleArnoldi, Mary J. (2006)
See this documentYouth Festivals and Museums: The Cultural Politics of Public Memory in Postcolonial Mali
Abstract presentAfrica Today. Volume 52 #4. Summer. p. 55-76.

Periodical articleMarah, John K. (2006)
See this documentThe Virtues and Challenges in Traditional African Education
Journal of Pan African Studies. Volume 1 #4. June. p. 15-24.

Periodical articleShivji, Issa (2006)
See this documentFrom Neo-Liberalism to Pan-Africanism: Towards Reconstructing an Eastern African Discourse
Abstract presentTransformation: Critical Perspectives on Southern Africa. #61. p. 108-118.

Periodical articleWilson, James A. (2006)
See this documentPolitical Songs, Collective Memories and Kikuyu Indi Schools
Abstract presentHistory in Africa. Volume 33. p. 363-388.

BookCornwall, Andrea (ed.) (2005)
Readings in Gender in Africa
Bloomington, Indiana/Oxford: Indiana University Press/James Currey. 247p.

BookSchmidt, Elizabeth (2005)
Mobilizing the Masses: Gender, Ethnicity, and Class in the Nationalist Movement in Guinea, 1939-1958
Portsmouth, New Hampshire: Heinemann. 293p.

BookAryeetey, Ellen B.D. (2004)
Coming to Terms With Sexual Harassment in Ghana
Legon: University of Ghana, Institute of Statistical, Social and Economic Research (ISSER). Technical Publication Series #64. May. 71p.

Periodical articleHanchard, Michael G. (2004)
Black Transnationalism, African Studies, and the 21st Century
Journal of Black Studies. Volume 35 #2. November. p. 139-153.

Periodical articleLambert, John (2004)
See this document'Munition Factories...Turning Out a Constant Supply of Living Material': White South African Elite Boys' Schools and the First World War
Abstract presentSouth African Historical Journal. #51. p. 67-86.

Periodical articleNanda, Serena (2004)
South African Museums and the Creation of a New National Identity
American Anthropologist. Volume 106 #2. June. p. 379-386.

Periodical articleObiakor, Festus E. (2004)
Building Patriotic African Leadership Through African-Centered Education
Journal of Black Studies. Volume 34 #3. January. p. 402-420.

Periodical articleRanger, Terence (2004)
See this documentNationalist Historiography, Patriotic History and the History of the Nation: The Struggle Over the Past in Zimbabwe
Abstract presentJournal of Southern African Studies. Volume 30 #2. June. p. 215-234.

Periodical articleWilliams, Christian A. (2004)
See this documentStudent Political Consciousness: Lessons From a Namibian Mission School
Abstract presentJournal of Southern African Studies. Volume 30 #3. September. p. 539-557.

Periodical articleColonna, Fanny (2003)
See this documentThe Nation's 'Unknowing Other': Three Intellectuals and the Culture(s) of Being Algerian, or, on the Impossibility of Subaltern Studies in Algeria
The Journal of North African Studies. Volume 8 #1. Spring. p. 155-170.

Periodical articleErrante, Antoinette (2003)
See this documentWhite Skin, Many Masks: Colonial Schooling, Race, and National Consciousness Among White Settler Children in Mozambique, 1934-1974
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Historical Studies. Volume 36 #1. p. 7-33.

Periodical articleGershovich, Moshe (2003)
See this documentStories on the Road From Fez to Marrakesh: Oral History on the Margins of National Identity
The Journal of North African Studies. Volume 8 #1. Spring. p. 43-58.

Periodical articleMcEwan, Cheryl (2003)
See this documentBuilding a Postcolonial Archive? Gender, Collective Memory and Citizenship in Post-Apartheid South Africa
Abstract presentJournal of Southern African Studies. Volume 29 #3. September. p. 739-757.

Periodical articleNtarangwi, Mwenda (2003)
The Challenges of Education and Development in Post-Colonial Kenya
Abstract presentAfrica Development: A Quarterly Journal of CODESRIA. Volume 28 #3-4. p. 211-228.

Dissertation / thesisYamada, Shoko (2003)
Global discourse and local response in educational policy process: the case of Achimota school in colonial Ghana (Gold Coast)
Ann Arbor, MI: UMI Dissertation Services. 303p.

Periodical articleGoodman, Jane E. (2002)
See this documentWriting Empire, Underwriting Nation: Discursive Histories of Kabyle Berber Oral Texts
American Ethnologist. Volume 29 #1. February. p. 86-122.

Periodical articleNotshulwana, Mxolisi (2001)
Nation Building and the Challenges of Higher Education Transformation in South Africa
AAPS Internet Journal of Politics. Volume 1 #1.

Periodical articleSamatar, Abdi I. (2001)
See this documentSomali Reconstruction and Local Initiative: Amoud University
Abstract presentWorld Development. Volume 29 #4. April. p. 641-656.

Periodical articleAdi, Hakim (2000)
See this documentPan-Africanism and West African Nationalism in Britain
Abstract presentAfrican Studies Review. Volume 43 #1. April. p. 69-82.

Periodical articleAkankwasa, R.R. (2000)
What Can Schools Contribute? The Challenge of Ethnic Conflict and National Integration in the Republic of Rwanda
Abstract presentEast African Journal of Peace and Human Rights. Volume 6 #2. p. 180-201.

Book chapterBeswick, Stephanie (2000)
Women, War and Leadership in South Sudan (1700-1994)
In: Spaulding, Jay and Beswick, Stephanie (eds.). White Nile, Black Blood: War, Leadership, and Ethnicity From Khartoum to Kampala. Lawrenceville, New Jersey: Red Sea Press. p. 93-111.

Periodical articleVincent, Louise D. (2000)
See this documentBread and Honour: White Working Class Women and Afrikaner Nationalism in the 1930s
Abstract presentJournal of Southern African Studies. Volume 26 #1. March. p. 61-78.

Periodical articleYusuf, Ahmed A. (2000)
Radical Students' Movement and Bourgeois Nationalists in the Struggle for Nigeria's Independence
Abstract presentAfrica Quarterly. Volume 40 #1. p. 133-155.

Periodical articleChisholm, Linda and Unterhalter, Elaine (1999)
See this documentGender, Education and the Transition to Democracy: Research, Theory and Policy in South Africa, c. 1980-1998
Abstract presentTransformation: Critical Perspectives on Southern Africa. #39. p. 1-25.

Book chapterJatau, Phebe V. and Odiwo, Keston (1999)
The Challenges of Women('s) Education in Nation Building
In: Esomonu, Nkechi P.M. (ed.). Women Education for Active Participation in the Next Millennium: WICE Book of Readings. Lagos: Association of Women in Colleges of Education (WICE).

Book chapterRajuili, Khanya and Burke, Ione (1999)
Democratization Through Adult Popular Education: A Reflection on the Resilience of Women From Kwa-Ndebele, South Africa
In: Bystydzienski, Jill M. and Sekhon, Joti (eds.). Democratization and Women's Grassroots Movements. Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University Press.

Periodical articleHanciles, Jehu J. (1998)
Edward W. Blyden and the West African University: race, mission, and education
Abstract presentZimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 10 #3. November. p. 235-249.

Periodical articleNyanchama, M. (1998)
Which way, Kenya? will it be majimbo or a unitary state?
Finance (Nairobi, Kenya). April 27. p. 2-3.

Periodical articleSmith, James H. (1998)
Njama's Supper: The Consumption and Use of Literary Potency by Mau Mau Insurgents in Colonial Kenya
Comparative Studies in Society and History. Volume 40 #3. June. p. 524-548.

Periodical articleAmmar, Wolde-Yesus (1997)
The Role of Asmara Students in the Eritrean Nationalist Movement: 1958-1968
Abstract presentEritrean Studies Review. Volume 2 #1. Spring. p. 59-84.

Periodical articleAtangana, Martin R. (1997)
See this documentFrench Capitalism and Nationalism in Cameroon
Abstract presentAfrican Studies Review. Volume 40 #1. April. p. 83-111.

Periodical articleMolvaer, Reidulf K. (1997)
See this documentSiniddu Gebru: Pioneer Woman Writer, Feminist, Patriot, Educator, and Politician
Abstract presentNortheast African Studies. Volume 4 #3. p. 61-75.

Periodical articleRashid, Ishmail (1997)
Subaltern Reactions: Lumpens, Students, and the Left
Abstract presentAfrica Development: A Quarterly Journal of CODESRIA. Volume 22 #3-4. p. 19-43.

Periodical articleGottesman, Les (1996)
Hermeneutics of Literacy During Eritrea's War of Independence
Abstract presentEritrean Studies Review. Volume 1 #2. Fall. p. 71-93.

Periodical articleWilliams, Gavin (1996)
Ruth First's Contribution to African Studies
Abstract presentJournal of Contemporary African Studies. Volume 14 #2. July. p. 197-220.

Periodical articleEboreime, J. (1995)
Nigerian Museums and the Presentation of the National Heritage in Perspective
Cambridge Anthropology. Volume 18 #1. p. 62-74.

Periodical articleWalker, Cherryl (1995)
See this documentWomen, 'Tradition' and Reconstruction in South Africa
Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East. Volume 15 #1. p. 58-71.

Conference paperAdama, F.L. (1994)
The Significance and Relevance of Gender History, Nation-Building and Development: The Conceptualization of History
Paper presented at the Annual Congress of the Historical Society of Nigeria, June 27-30, 1994.

Conference paperAlahira, H. (1994)
The Significance and Relevance of Gender Study of History, Nation Building and Development: The Conceptualization of History
Paper presented at the Annual Congress of the Historical Society of Nigeria, June 27-30, 1994.

Periodical articleKelly, Gail P. and Welch, Claude E. (1994)
Education and Political Development: Africa Since Independence
Abstract presentAfricana Journal. Volume 16. p. 3-18.

Periodical articleShepherd, George W. (1994)
See this documentAfrica Today in the Early Years: The Debate Over Strategy for the Liberation of South Africa
Africa Today. Volume 41 #1. p. 11-19.

Periodical articleWalker, Cherryl (1994)
See this documentWomen, 'Tradition' and Reconstruction in South Africa
Abstract presentReview of African Political Economy. Volume 21 #61. September. p. 347-358.

Conference paperNeal, Teena J. (1993)
Home Economics and Counter-Insurgency: Kenyan Women's Groups in the 1950s
Paper presented at the 36th Annual Conference of the African Studies Association (ASA), December 4-7, 1993, Boston, Massachusetts. Atlanta. Emory University.

Periodical articleRandall, Stephen (1993)
See this documentPeople's Education and 'Nation Building' for a New South Africa
Abstract presentReview of African Political Economy. Volume 20 #58. November. p. 43-60.

Periodical articleShettima, Kole A. (1993)
See this documentStructural Adjustment and the Student Movement in Nigeria
Abstract presentReview of African Political Economy. Volume 20 #56. p. 83-91.

Periodical articleCarmody, Brendan P. (1992)
Jesuit Mission School: Ally of Zambian Nationalism?
Abstract presentZambia Journal of History. #5. p. 37-56.

Periodical articleDiseko, Nozipho (1992)
See this documentThe Origins and Development of the South African Student's Movement (SASM): 1968-1976
Abstract presentJournal of Southern African Studies. Volume 18 #1. March. p. 40-62.

Periodical articleDu Toit, Marijke (1992)
See this document'Die Bewustheid van Armoed': The ACVV (Afrikaans Christian Women Society) and the Construction of Afrikaner Identity, 1904-1928
Abstract presentSocial Dynamics. Volume 18 #2. December. p. 1-25.

Periodical articleSraieb, Noureddine (1992)
Une institution scolaire: le collège Sadiki de Tunis: (essai d'histoire sociale et culturelle)
Revue d'histoire maghrébine. Volume 19 #67-68. p. 345-356.

Periodical articleSutcliffe, Mike (1992)
See this documentThe Centre for Development Studies and the Mass Democratic Movement
Transformation: Critical Perspectives on Southern Africa. #18-19. p. 99-109.

Periodical articleTilton, Douglas (1992)
See this documentCreating an 'Educated Workforce': Inkatha, Big Business, and Educational Reform in KwaZulu
Abstract presentJournal of Southern African Studies. Volume 18 #1. March. p. 166-189.

Periodical articleWest, Michael O. (1992)
See this documentNdabaningi Sithole, Garfield Todd and the Dadaya School Strike of 1947
Abstract presentJournal of Southern African Studies. Volume 18 #2. June. p. 297-316.

Periodical articleMou, Daniel (1989)
Causes of Student Unrests in Nigeria: A Theoretical Exploration
Scandinavian Journal of Development Alternatives. Volume 8 #4. December. p. 41-61.

Periodical articleEmenyonu, Ernest N. (1987)
Leadership, Nation Building and Universities in Africa
Scandinavian Journal of Development Alternatives. Volume 6 #2-3. p. 211-221.

Periodical articleMarah, John K. (1987)
Educational Adaptation and Pan-Africanism: Developmental Trends in Africa
Journal of Black Studies. Volume 17 #4. June. p. 460-481.

Book chapterJayawardena, Kumari (1986)
Reformism and Women's Rights in Egypt
In: Jayawardena, Kumari (ed.). Feminism and Nationalism in the Third World. Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey: Zed Press. p. 43-56.

Periodical articleSisulu, Zwelakhe (1986)
See this documentPeople's Education for People's Power
Transformation: Critical Perspectives on Southern Africa. #1. p. 96-117.

Periodical articleAnonymous (1985)
Schools Survey Shows Influence of Inkatha
Clarion Call. Volume 2. p. 20.

Periodical articleAnonymous (1984)
Findings of Inkatha Commission of Inquiry
Inhlabamkhosi (Clarion Call). Volume 1 #9. April. p. 17-22.

Periodical articleAnonymous (1983)
Tragedy of Ngoye University
Inhlabamkhosi (Clarion Call). Volume 1 #4. November. p. 6-8.

Periodical articleAnonymous (1983)
Ongoye University Incident Orchestrated
Inhlabamkhosi (Clarion Call). Volume 1 #4. November. p. 2-6.

Periodical articleSwai, Bonaventure (1982)
Rodney on Scholarship and Activism. Part Two
Journal of African Marxists. #2. August. p. 38-52.

Periodical articleAdebola, A.S. (1981)
The Kikuyu Independent School Movement and the Mau Mau Uprising
Abstract presentJournal of the Historical Society of Nigeria. Volume 10 #4. June. p. 53-71.

Periodical articleHirson, Baruch (1981)
See this documentLanguage in Control and Resistance in South Africa
Abstract presentAfrican affairs: the journal of the Royal African Society. Volume 80 #319. April. p. 219-237.

Periodical articleMwanalushi, Muyunda (1981)
Youth and Society in Zambia: A Sense of Community Among University Students
Abstract presentAfrican Social Research. #31. June. p. 49-66.

Periodical articleLemma, Legesse (1979)
See this documentThe Ethiopian Student Movement in 1960-1974: A Challenge to the Monarchy and Imperialism in Ethiopia
Northeast African Studies. Volume 1 #2. p. 31-46.

Periodical articleLeu, Christopher A. (1979)
Opposition to Apartheid in Namibia
Abstract presentUfahamu. Volume 9 #1. p. 111-137.

Periodical articleChukunta, N.K. Onuoha (1978)
See this documentEducation and National Integration in Africa: A Case Study of Nigeria
Abstract presentAfrican Studies Review. Volume 21 #2. September. p. 67-76.

Periodical articleDavis, R. Hunt (1978)
The Black American Education Component in African Responses to Colonialism in South Africa: ca.1890-1914
Abstract presentJournal of Southern African Affairs. Volume 3 #1. January. p. 65-83.

Periodical articleMorse, Stanley J. and Nel, Elizabeth (1977)
See this documentNational Identity Among a Sample of Students at an Afrikaans University
Social Dynamics. Volume 3 #1. June. p. 35-44.

Periodical articleBurawoy, Michael (1976)
Consciousness and Contradiction: A Study of Student Protest in Zambia
British Journal of Sociology. Volume 27 #1. March. p. 78-98.

Book chapterKing, K.J. (1973)
Nationalism, education and imperialism in the Southern Sudan 1920-1970
Abstract presentIn: Education for what? British policy versus local initiative / by Charles H. Lyons [and others]. p. 25-56.

Periodical articleOlusanya, G.O. (1973)
Julius Ojo-Cole: A Neglected Nigerian Nationalist and Educationist
Journal of the Historical Society of Nigeria. Volume 7 #1. December.

Periodical articleAbir, Mordeghai (1970)
See this documentEducation and National Unity in Ethiopia
Abstract presentAfrican affairs: the journal of the Royal African Society. Volume 69 #274. January. p. 44-59.

Periodical articleAnonymous (1970)
Brutality and Killings of Ethiopian Students
Pan-African Journal. Volume 3 #2. Spring. p. 9-13.

Periodical articleObote, Milton A. (1969)
Dr. Obote on Student Power
East Africa Journal. Volume 6 #8. August. p. 11-13.

Periodical articleKenyatta, Jomo (1968)
University and Nation Building
Pan-African Journal. Volume 1 #4. Fall. p. 163-164.

Periodical articleNicol, Davidson (1963)
See this documentPolitics, Nationalism and Universities in Africa
Abstract presentAfrican affairs: the journal of the Royal African Society. Volume 62 #246. January. p. 20-28.

Periodical articleAsafu-Adjaye, E.O. (1958)
See this documentGhana Since Independence
African affairs: the journal of the Royal African Society. Volume 57 #228. July. p. 182-188.

Periodical articleHussey, E.R.J. (1954)
See this documentEritrea Self-Governing
African affairs: the journal of the Royal African Society. Volume 53 #213. October. p. 320-328.

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