Research Series

Conflict, Politics, and Human Rights in Africa

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Conflict, Politics, and Human Rights in Africa is a new series presents ongoing research by members of the Boston University African Studies Center, or research presented at the Center, that focuses on contemporary issues related to conflict, human rights, and politics in Africa.  Papers in the series are suitable for use in undergraduate and graduate courses in political science, international relations, anthropology, history, law, and related fields.

The code CPHR identifies the papers in this series for ordering purposes. All CPHR papers are $8 for PDF copies and $8.00 plus S&H for print copies, unless otherwise noted.

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Papers in the African Humanities

HumanitiesCover.docPapers in the African Humanities (originally titled Discussion Papers in the African Humanities) were first published under the auspices of a three-year collaborative research project at the African Studies Center entitled “African Expressions of the Colonial Experience,” organized with support from the National Endowment for the Humanities. The Humanities Papers series has continued since the project ended in 1990 and, as with almost all Center publications, these papers reflect work undertaken by scholars affiliated with the African Studies Center or presented at the Center. They are available in PDF format only.The papers are listed here in chronological order, beginning with the most recent. It is possible to search for all items by a particular author, on a particular country, or on a particular theme. The boldfaced AH 000 codes identify each paper for ordering purposes. All papers are $6.00 (available in PDF only).

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Program for the Study of the African Environment Research Series

Microsoft Word - 43, 1 PSAE RS new ad copy.docThis new series is an outgrowth of the African Studies Center’s Program for the Study of the African Environment (PSAE). The PSAE Research Series presents the results of ongoing research in African environmental studies and reflects the varied research interests and interdisciplinary perspective of Boston University scholars and their international collaborators. This series makes the results of current research on African environmental issues available to a wide audience at a modest cost. Papers in the series are suitable for use in undergraduate and graduate courses dealing with human ecology, anthropology, environmental archaeology, environmental history, public health, resource management, and international development. The code PSAE  identifies each paper for ordering purposes. All PSAE papers are $6 for PDF copies, $6 plus S+H for print copies, unless otherwise noted.

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Working Papers in African Studies

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Working Papers in African Studies (ISSN: 0281—6814) represent research in progress undertaken by scholars affiliated with the African Studies Center at Boston University, scholarly work that was presented at the Center, and other Africanist scholars. They are listed here in chronological order, beginning with the most recent. It is possible to search for all items by a particular author, on a particular country, or on a particular theme. The boldfaced WP 000 codes identify each paper for ordering purposes.

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