Miscellaneous Newspaper, Magazine, and Journal Articles

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Miscellaneous Newspaper, Magazine, and Journal Articles


This collection holds magazine and newspaper articles pertaining to Namibia or Namibian affairs. Note: only non-Namibian publications are consulted here.

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Fairly partisan view of apartheid in Namibia, mid-1970s. Reads like one of the South West Africa Surveys

Blowin' in the Windhoek -Namibia: A Class Act? -Land in Namibia: Rhetoric, Reform of Revolution? -Police Story: A Tough Transition

"Miksi Namibiasta löytyy kymmeniä Marttoja ja Väinöjä? Mitä kaiman rooli merkitsee Ambomaalla? Minna Saarelma-Maunumaan tuoreessa väitöskirjassa tarkastellaan eurooppalaisen kulttuurin vaikutuksta namibialaisiin henkilönimiin. Suomen Lähetysseuran…

Until the middle of the 19th century, very few references exist regarding the occurrence of animal diseases in Namibia. With the introduction of contagious bovine pleuropneumonia (CBPP) in 1859, this picture changed completely and livestock owners…

"Mission operations often found themselves in an ambiguous situation during a war of colonial conquest. On the one hand, the missionaries wanted to protect the people among whom they were working and keep the door open for the preaching of the…

"Demokratisierung und Dezentralisierung sind zentrale Ziele der gegenwärtigen Entwicklungspolitik. Namibia hat diese Zielsetzung aufgegriffen und zumindest formal umgesetzt. Die kritische politische und wissenschaftliche Diskussion entzündet sich vor…

Homes Apart: South Africa's Segregated Cities, ed. Anthony Lemon (David Philip, 1991), 174-190.

Sprache und Geschichte in Afrika. Volume 7, no. 1 (1986): 329-349.

In a controversial article from the 1930s, Epstein seeks to provide and agricultural and ecological history of the Nama of Southern Namibia, with emphasis on livestock.

By Tom Stoelker on September 23, 2015 University News, Rose Hill “Fordham introduced me to African studies. I brought Africanism back with me to Africa from here. And I’ve been an Africanist since then.”Hage G. Geingob, PhD, FCRH ’70, president of…
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