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Periodical articleUchendu, Uchechukwu and Roets, Griet and Vandenbroeck, Michel (2019)
See this documentMapping constructs of gender in research on Igbo women in Nigeria: embracing a southern feminist theoretical perspective
Gender and Education. Volume 31 #4. p. 508-524.

Periodical articleJohnsen Kelly, Chau (2016)
See this documentCattle dip and shark liver oil in a techno-chemical colonial state: the poisoning at Malangali School, Tanganyika, 1934
Abstract presentThe Journal of African History. Volume 57 #3. p. 437-463.

Periodical articleMaxwell, David (2016)
See this documentThe creation of Lubaland: missionary science and Christian literacy in the making of the Luba Katanga in Belgian Congo
Abstract presentJournal of Eastern African Studies. Volume 10 #3. p. 367-392.

Periodical articleOcholla, Dennis N. and Ocholla, Lyudmilla (2016)
Does open access prevent plagiarism in higher education?
African Journal of Library, Archives and Information Science. Volume 26 #2. p. 187-200.

Periodical articleOcholla, Dennis N. and Rotich, Daniel C. (2016)
Visibility of University of Zululand and Moi University researchers in Web of Science and Scopus from 2003 to 2013
African Journal of Library, Archives and Information Science. Volume 26 #1. p. 3-15.

Periodical articleRaju, Reggie and Claassen, Jill and Moll, Elizabeth (2016)
See this documentResearchers adapting to open access journal publishing: the case of the University of Cape Town
Abstract presentSouth African Journal of Library and Information Science. Volume 82 #2. p. 34-45.

Periodical articleRotich, Daniel Chebutuk and Onyancha, Omwoyo Bosire (2016)
See this documentTrends and patterns of medical and health research at Moi University, Kenya, between 2002 and 2014: an informetrics study
Abstract presentSouth African Journal of Library and Information Science. Volume 82 #2. p. 20-33.

Periodical articleStrebel, Anna and Shefer, Tamara (2016)
See this documentExperiences of mentorship with academic staff doctoral candidates at a South African university
Africa Education Review. Volume 13 #1. p. 150-163.

Periodical articleVan Wyk, B. and Du Toit, A.S.A. (2016)
A survey of sustainable curation in research repositories of higher education institutions in Southern Africa
African Journal of Library, Archives and Information Science. Volume 26 #2. p. 107-116.

BookChkili, Taïeb (2015)
Refonder l'école marocaine et renforcer la compétitivité de l'université: pourquoi et comment?
Casablanca: Éditions la Croisée des Chemins. 357p.

BookCloete, Nico and Maassen, Peter and Bailey, Tracy (eds.) (2015)
See this documentKnowledge production and contradictory functions in African higher education
Abstract presentSomerset West: African Minds. #1. 295p.

Periodical articleOnyancha, Omwoyo Bosire (2015)
See this documentSocial media and research: an assessment of the coverage of South African universities in ResearchGate, Web of Science and the Webometrics Ranking of World Universities
Abstract presentSouth African Journal of Library and Information Science. Volume 81 #1. p. 8-20.

Periodical articleEeden, Elize S. van (2014)
Pioneering regional history studies in South Africa: reflections within the former Section for Regional History at the Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC)
Historia: amptelike orgaan. Volume 59 #1. p. 118-140.

BookGoudiaby, Jean Alain Luidevick (2014)
L'université et la recherche au Sénégal: à la croisée des chemins entre héritages, marché et réforme LMD
Louvain-la-Neuve: Academia-L'Harmattan. #14. 388p.

BookTrotter, Henry (ed.) (2014)
Seeking impact and visibility: scholarly communication in Southern Africa
Cape Town: African Minds. 246p.

Periodical articleChinamasa, Emmanuel (2013)
Lecturers publishing students' research: an authorship policy gap
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 25 #3. p. 295-310.

Periodical articleGoduka, N. (ed.) (2013)
See this documentCreating spaces for eZiko Sipheka Sisophula theoretical framework for teaching and researching in higher education: a philosophical exposition
Abstract presentIndilinga: African Journal of Indigenous Knowledge Systems. Volume 12 #1. p. 1-12.

Periodical articleMihyo, Paschal B. (2013)
See this documentUniversity-industry linkages and knowledge creation in Eastern and Southern Africa: some prospects and challenges
Africa Review: Journal of African Studies Association of India. Volume 5 #1. p. 43-60.

Periodical articleOcholla, Dennis and Ocholla, Lyudmila and Onyancha, Bosire O. (2013)
Insight into research publication output of academic librarians in Southern African public universities from 2002 to 2011
African Journal of Library, Archives and Information Science. Volume 23 #1. p. 5-22.

Periodical articleHanouf, Mohcin (2012)
Perspectives pour un pôle régional de la recherche au Maroc
African Administrative Studies. #79. p. 37-57.

Periodical articleMöwes, Andrew Dietrich (2012)
Conflict resolution mechanisms between postgraduate mentors and their mentees
Abstract presentJournal for Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences. Volume 1 #2. p. 85-90.

BookMaviiri, John C. and Gichure, Peter Ignatius and Lando, A.L. and Kanakulya, James B. (eds.) (2011)
Modelling a Catholic university to meet the 21st century challenges: essays in honour of Revd. Prof. John C. Maviiri
Abstract presentNairobi: CUEA Press. 210p.

Periodical articlePosel, Dorrit (2011)
Adult literacy rates in South Africa: a comparison of different measures
Abstract presentLanguage Matters: Studies in the Languages of Africa. Volume 42 #1. p. 39-49.

Periodical articleRogerson, Christian M. (2008)
See this documentTracking SMME development in South Africa: issues of finance, training and the regulatory environment
Abstract presentUrban Forum. Volume 19 #1. p. 61-81.

Book chapterChege, Fatuma N. (2007)
Researching Gender: Explorations Into Sexuality and HIV/AIDS Education in Africa
In: Fennell, Shailaja and Arnot, Madeleine (eds.). Gender Education and Equality in a Global Context: Conceptual Frameworks and Policy Perspectives. Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon, Great Britain/New York: Routledge.

Periodical articleChisholm, Linda and Morrow, Sean (2007)
See this documentGovernment, Universities and the HSRC (Human Sciences Research Council): A Perspective on the Past and Present
Abstract presentTransformation: Critical Perspectives on Southern Africa. #63. p. 45-67.

Book chapterEbron, Paulla A. (2007)
Constituting Subjects Through Performative Acts
In: Cole, Catherine M. and Manuh, Takyiwaa and Miescher, Stephan (eds.). Africa After Gender? Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University Press. p. 171-190.

Book chapterFolorunso, C.A. (2007)
Gender and Archaeological Site Formation: Ethnoarchaeological Studies in Parts of Nigeria
In: Hamilton, Sue and Whitehouse, Ruth and Wright, Katherine (eds.). Archaeology and Women: Ancient and Modern Issues. Walnut Creek, California: Left Coast Press.

Periodical articleHabib, A. and Morrow, S. (2007)
See this documentResearch, research productivity and the state in South Africa
Journal of Higher Education in Africa. Volume 5 #1. p. 113-130.

Periodical articleHiggins, J. (2007)
See this documentIt's literacy, stupid!: declining the humanities in National Research Foundation (NRF) research policy
Journal of Higher Education in Africa. Volume 5 #1. p. 95-112.

Periodical articleJankie, D. (2007)
When researcher and language teacher educator meet: challenges in researching and teaching about issues of diversity in higher education in Botswana
Mosenodi. Volume 15 #1-2. p. 114-131.

Periodical articleMama, Amina (2007)
See this documentIs it Ethical to Study Africa? Preliminary Thoughts on Scholarship and Freedom
Abstract presentAfrican Studies Review. Volume 50 #1. April. p. 1-26.

Periodical articleMertens, D.M. and Musyoka, M. (2007)
Making research and evaluation our own: ethical implications for strengthening the foundations for Africa-rooted and Africa led inquiry
Mosenodi. Volume 15 #1-2. p. 5-16.

Book chapterMugambig, Helen N. (2007)
The 'Post-Gender' Question in African Studies
In: Cole, Catherine M. and Manuh, Takyiwaa and Miescher, Stephan (eds.). Africa After Gender? Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University Press. p. 285-301.

Periodical articleOkorie, D.N.C. and Agabi, O.G. and Uche, C.M. (2007)
An action five strategy for bridging the gender gap in academic research activities in African universities
Studies in Gender and Development in Africa. Volume 1 #1. September. p. 105-119.

Periodical articleOmotola, J. Shola (2007)
See this documentThe intellectual dimensions of corruption in Nigeria
Abstract presentAfrican Sociological Review. Volume 11 #2. p. 29-41.

Periodical articleCastiano, José P. (2006)
Community-Based-Research in Africa: Implications for Education
Abstract presentIndilinga: African Journal of Indigenous Knowledge Systems. Volume 5 #2. p. 108-124.

Periodical articleChachage, Chachage Seithy L. (2006)
See this documentThe University as a Site of Knowledge: The Role of Basic Research
Abstract presentJournal of Higher Education in Africa. Volume 4 #2. p. 47-67.

Periodical articleChalchisa, D. (2006)
Integrating teaching and research to enhance the quality of education
Journal of Education for Development. Volume 1 #1. September. p. 111-132.

Book chapterEssof, Shereen (2006)
Gender and Women's Studies in Post-Apartheid South Africa
In: Pithouse, Richard (ed.). Asinamali: University Struggles in Post-Apartheid South Africa. Trenton, New Jersey: Africa World Press.

Periodical articleGatali, C. and Brewer, F. (2006)
Perceived barriers and opportunities to the linkage of research, education and extension in Rwanda
Etudes rwandaises. Volume 11. mars. p. 57-69.

Periodical articleKongolo, M. and Bojuwoye, O. (2006)
South African Experience of Gender and Affirmative Action: A Research Report
Gender, Technology and Development. Volume 10 #3. November. p. 361-381.

Periodical articleLeach, Fiona (2006)
See this documentResearching Gender Violence in Schools: Methodological and Ethical Considerations
World Development. Volume 34 #6. June. p. 1129-1147.

Periodical articleOloruntoba, Abayomi and Ajayi, Michael T. (2006)
See this documentGender and Research Attainment in Nigerian Agricultural Universities
Abstract presentJournal of Higher Education in Africa. Volume 4 #2. p. 83-98.

BookAnnan-Yao, Elisabeth (ed.) (2005)
Gender, Economies and Entitlements in Africa
Dakar: Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA). CODESRIA Gender Series #2. 179p.

Conference paperBeoku-Betts, Josephine (2005)
Science and Technology to Me is the Bedrock of Any Nation's Development: Perspectives and Contributions of Sierra Leone Women Scientists
Paper presented at the 48th Annual Meeting of the African Studies Association (ASA), November 17-November 20, 2005, Washington, DC. New Brunswick, New Jersey, Rutgers University.

Book chapterCaroline Lang'at-Thoruwa (2005)
African Women Scientists: Education, Science Knowledge and Indigenous Medicine
In: Chepyator-Thomson, Jepkorir R. (ed.). African Women and Globalization: Dawn of the 21st Century. Trenton, New Jersey: Africa World Press.

Periodical articleFaye, C.F. (2005)
Socialisation du savoir: bilan et perspectives d'une expérience pedagogique à l'Ecole Normale Supériuere de Dakar
Liens (Dakar, Senegal). #8. déc.. p. 111-118.

Periodical articleGerdes, Paulus (2005)
Ethnomathematics, Geometry and Educational Experiences in Africa
Africa Development: A Quarterly Journal of CODESRIA. Volume 30 #3. p. 48-65.

Periodical articleHasso, Frances S. (2005)
See this documentProblems and Promise in Middle East and North Africa Gender Research
Feminist Studies. Volume 31 #3. p. 653-678.

Periodical articleKibett, J.K. and Kathuri, N.J. (2005)
See this documentEffects of project based learning on student performance of higher cognitive skills in secondary school agriculture
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 17 #1. March. p. 30-38.

Periodical articleKimani, Gerald N. (2005)
Graduates' Perception of University Programmes and Their Relevance to Employment: University of Nairobi (1991-1998)
Abstract presentAfrica Development: A Quarterly Journal of CODESRIA. Volume 30 #1-2. p. 68-85.

Book chapterMama, A. (2005)
Gender Studies for Africa's Transformation
In: Mkandawire, Thandika (ed.). African Intellectuals: Rethinking Politics, Language, Gender and Development. Dakar: Codesria.

Book chapterMama, A. (2005)
Gender Studies for Africa's Transformation
In: Mkandawire, T. (ed.). African Intellectuals; Rethinking Politics, Language, Gender and Development. Dakar/London: Codesria/Zed Books. p. 93-116.

Book chapterMurunga, Godwin R. (2005)
African Women in the Academy and Beyond: Review Essay
In: Oyewumi, Oyeronke (ed.). African Gender Studies: A Reader. Basingstoke, Great Britain: Palgrave Macmillan. p. 397-416.

Periodical articleNiang, Abdoulaye (2005)
See this documentLa recherche et ses facteurs de blocage dans les universités francophones d'Afrique: l'expérience des universités sénégalaises
Journal of Higher Education in Africa. Volume 3 #1. p. 77-100.

Periodical articleOnsongo, J. (2005)
The role of research and publication in the promotion of academics in Kenyan universities
Eastern Africa Journal of Humanities and Sciences. Volume 5 #2. July-December. p. 13-34.

BookOyewumi, Oyeronke (ed.) (2005)
African Gender Studies: A Reader
Basingstoke, Great Britain: Palgrave Macmillan. 433p.

Book chapterSenkoro, F.E.M.K. (2005)
Understanding Gender Through Genre: Oral Literature as a Vehicle for Gender Studies in East Africa
In: Le Roux, Elizabeth (ed.). Gender, Literature and Religion in Africa. Dakar: Codesria. Codesria Gender Series #4. p. 1-15.

Periodical articleShefer, Tamara and Aulette, Judy (2005)
See this document'Doing Gender in South African Universities: Reflections on a Research Forum Celebrating Ten Years of Women's and Gender Studies at the University of the Western Cape
Feminist Africa. #5.

Periodical articleTuurosong, Damasus (2005)
See this documentWhom Do Scientists Talk to? Themselves or the General Public?
Ghana Journal of Development Studies. Volume 2 #2. December. p. 91-104.

Conference paperUsman, Lantana (2005)
Ethical Dilemmas and Voice Representation in Qualitative Feminist Research Reports in American Universities: Elucidating a Case Study With Nomadic Rural Women of Northern Nigeria
Paper presented at the 48th Annual Meeting of the African Studies Association (ASA), November 17-November 20, 2005, Washington, DC. New Brunswick, New Jersey, Rutgers University.

Book chapterAhikire, Josephine (2004)
Locating Gender Studies in the Pan African Ideal: A Reflection on Progress and Possibilities in Uganda
In: Arnfred, Signe. Gender Activism and Studies in Africa. Dakar: Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA). CODESRIA Gender Series #3. p. 54-65.

Periodical articleAmpofo, A.A. and Beoku-Betts. J. and Njambi, W.N. and Osirim, M. (2004)
Women's and Gender Studies in English-Speaking Sub-Saharan Africa: A Review of Research in the Social Sciences
Gender and Society. Volume 18 #6. p. 685-714.

BookArnfred, Signe (2004)
Gender Activism and Studies in Africa
Dakar: Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA). CODESRIA Gender Series #3. 171p.

BookArnfred, Signe (ed.) (2004)
African Gender Scholarship: Concepts, Methodologies, and Paradigms
Dakar: Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA). Gender Series #1. 100p.

Periodical articleBadri, Amna E. and Burchinal, Lee G. (2004)
Ahfad Journal: Women and Change: The First Twenty Years
Ahfad Journal. Volume 21 #2. December. p. 4-15.

Conference paperBerliner, David S. (2004)
The Anthropologist in the Middle of a Tug-of-War (Guinea, West Africa)
Paper presented at the 103rd Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association (AAA), Atlanta, Georgia, December 15-19, 2004. Washington, DC.

Book chapterConteh-Morgan, M. (2004)
Reading African Women's Writing: The Role of Librarians in Expanding the Canon
In: LaFond, Deborah M. and Walsh, Gretchen (eds.). Research, Reference Service, and Resources for the Study of Africa. New York: Haworth Information Press.

Periodical articleDerebssa D. (2004)
The status of research undertaking in the Ethiopian higher institutions of learning with special emphasis on AAU
Ethiopian Journal of Higher Education. Volume 1 #1. June. p. 83-104.

Dissertation / thesisDumiso, Phazamile (2004)
Identity Politics of Race and Gender in the Post-Apartheid South Africa: The Case of Stellenbosch University
MPhil. Thesis: University of Stellenbosch, Stellenbosch, South Africa. 95p.

Book chapterEndeley, Joyce B.M. and Goodridge, Richard A. and Fonchingong, Charles and Cheo, Victor (2004)
Religious Bodies, Women and Gender Studies in Poverty Alleviation: Denominational Approaches and the Way Forward
In: Endeley, Joyce B.M. and Goodridge, Richard A. and Barriteau, Eudine (eds.). New Gender Studies: From Cameroon and the Caribbean. Buea, Cameroon: Univ. of Buea, Department of Women and Gender Studies. Issues in Gender and Development Series #1.

BookEndeley, Joyce B.M. (ed.) (2004)
New Gender Studies From Cameroon and the Caribbean
Buea, Cameroon: University of Buea, Department of Women and Gender Studies. Issues in Gender and Development Series #1. 164p.

Book chapterGouws, Amanda (2004)
Establishing Gender Studies Programmes in South Africa: The Role of Gender Activism
In: Arnfred, Signe. Gender Activism and Studies in Africa. Dakar: Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA). CODESRIA Gender Series #3. p. 41-53.

Periodical articleGrotberg, Edith H. (2004)
AUW (Ahfad University for Women) Students' Contributions to Knowledge
Ahfad Journal. Volume 21 #2. December. p. 31-42.

Book chapterHamza, Haoua M. (2004)
Decolonizing Research on Gender Disparity in Education in Niger: Complexities of Language, Culture, and Homecoming
In: Mutua, Kagendo and Swadener, Beth B. (eds.). Decolonizing Research in Cross-Cultural Contexts: Critical Personal Narratives. Albany, New York: State University of New York Press.

Periodical articleIshumi, A.G.M. (2004)
The place of research in a myriad of competing knowledge bases: selected cases of dilemmas in development arising from a relegation of research-based knowledge
Papers in Education and Development. #24. p. 1-24.

Periodical articleMajoni, C. and Chidakwa, C. (2004)
See this documentViews of distance education students on factors affecting completion of research projects at the Zimbabwe Open University
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 16 #2. July. p. 103-111.

Periodical articleMama, A. (2004)
Demythologising Gender in Development: Feminist Studies in African Contexts
IDS Bulletin. Volume 35 #4. p. 121-124.

Periodical articleMariri, C.B. (2004)
SEARCWL (Southern and Eastern African Centre for Women's Law) and the Women's Law Collection, Zimbabwe
International Journal of Legal Information. Volume 32 #2. p. 379-382.

Periodical articleMoletsane, Relebohile and Lesko, Nancy (2004)
See this documentOvercoming paralysis: AIDS education-and-activism
Agenda: Empowering Women for Gender Equity. #60. p. 69-80.

Periodical articleOkeke, C.O. (2004)
See this documentGendered Voices in a Heterogeneous Classroom: Moving Qualitative Research Forward Within the Nigerian Educational Research Tradition
African Symposium: An On-Line African Educational Research Journal. Volume 4 #2. July.

BookOwusu-Ansah, Joseph P. (2004)
Making the Visible Invisible: The Impact of Extension Agent Attitudes Towards Farmers on Extension Projects and Policy: The Case of Uganda
United States: J.P. Owusu-Ansah. 500p.

Book chapterPereira, Charmaine (2004)
Locating Gender and Women's Studies in Nigeria: What Trajectories for the Future?
In: Arnfred, Signe. Gender Activism and Studies in Africa. Dakar: Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA). CODESRIA Gender Series #3. p. 1-26.

Book chapterPrah, Mansah (2004)
Chasing Illusions and Realising Visions: Reflections on Ghana's Feminist Experience
In: Arnfred, Signe. Gender Activism and Studies in Africa. Dakar: Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA). CODESRIA Gender Series #3. p. 27-40.

Periodical articleSetargew Kenaw (2004)
See this documentStudying traditional schools of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church: a quest for fresh methodology
Ethiopian Journal of the Social Sciences and Humanities. Volume 2 #1. July. p. 107-122.

Periodical articleTeshome Y. (2004)
The status and challenges of Ethiopian higher education system and its contribution to development
Ethiopian Journal of Higher Education. Volume 1 #1. June. p. 1-19.

Book chapterAboyade, Bimpe (2003)
Academic Publications and Women Empowerment
In: Nigerian Book Fair Trust. Women Empowerment Through Publishing: Papers Presented at the Second Nigeria International Book Fair, 8th-12th May, 2003. Ikeja, Nigeria: Nigerian Book Fair Trust.

Periodical articleArnfred, Signe (2003)
African Gender Research: A View From the North
CODESRIA Bulletin. #1. p. 6-9.

Conference paperCarlson, Amanda B. (2003)
Sweet Mother: Reflections on Gender in African Studies
Paper presented at the 46th Annual Meeting of the African Studies Association (ASA), October 30-November 2, 2003, Boston, Massachusetts. New Brunswick, New Jersey. Rutgers University.

Periodical articleLemke, Stephanie and Vorster, Hestor H. and Van Rensburg, N.S. and Ziche, Joachim (2003)
Empowered Women, Social Networks and the Contribution of Qualitative Research: Broadening Our Understanding of Underlying Causes for Food and Nutrition Insecurity
Public Health Nutrition. Volume 6 #8. December. p. 759-764.

Dissertation / thesisMaurtin-Cairncross, Anita (2003)
Creating 'Space' for Publication: Challenges Faced by Women Academic Staff Members at Historically Black South African Universities
Ph.D. dissertation: University of the Western Cape, Bellville, South Africa. 254p.

Book chapterMulenga, Friday E. (2003)
Gender in Undergraduate History Research at the University of Zambia. 1981-2001
In: Zewde, Bahru. Land, Gender and the Periphery: Themes in the History of Eastern and Southern Africa. Addis Ababa: Organization for Social Science Research in Eastern and Southern Africa (OSSREA).

Periodical articleRonan, N.J. (2003)
Academic research using the Internet
Mosenodi. Volume 11 #1. p. 5-14.

Periodical articleSolomon B. (2003)
A personal reflection on utilization of social science research results in Ethiopia
I.E.R. Flambeau. Volume 10 #2. June. p. 79-87.

BookSpeedy, Sandra (2003)
Women Using Action Learning and Action Research: The South African Context
Lismore, New South Wales, Australia: Southern Cross University Press.

Periodical articleSsewakiryanga, Richard (2003)
See this documentSex Work and the Politics of Researching Gender and Culture
Feminist Africa. #2.

Periodical articleAtinmo, M.I. and Jimba, S.W. (2002)
Gender and Authorship Patterns in an African Librarianship Journal
Library Review. Volume 51 #9. p. 458-463.

DVD / videoButegwa, Christine and Murerwa, Rian (2002)
A Tale of Ten Years: The Experience of Women ad Gender Studies, Makerere University
Kampala: Makerere University, Department of Women and Gender Studies. VHS Videocassette. 1/2 Inch. Color. 33 Minutes.

Conference paperEdozie, Rita K. (2002)
African Cyborg: Reconstructing Africanist Gender Theory
Paper presented at the 45th Annual Meeting of the African Studies Association (ASA), December 5-8, 2002, Washington, DC. New Brunswick, New Jersey.

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