BL01Jonathan van Eerd: The Quality of Democracy in Africa: Opposition Competitiveness Rooted in Legacies of Cleavages, Palgrave, London and New York 2017.
BL02Siegbert Uhlig, David Appleyard, Alessandro Bausi and Wolfgang Hahn (eds.): Ethiopia - History, Culture and Challenges, LIT Verlag, Berlin 2017.
BL03Peter Kallaway and Rebecca Swartz (editors): Empire and Education in Africa: The Shaping of a Comparative Perspective, Peter Lang, New York 2016.
BL04Vilho Amukwaya Shigwedha: The Aftermath of the Cassinga Massacre. Survivors, Deniers and Injustices, Basel Namibia Studies Series Vol. 18, BAB Publishing House, Basel 2017.
BL05Iolanda Pensa (ed.): Public Art in Africa. Art et transformations urbaines à Douala /// Art and Urban Transformations in Douala, vuesDensemble, MētisPresses, Geneva 2017.
BL06Wim van Binsbergen: Vicarious Reflections: African explorations in empirically-grounded intercultural philosophy, Papers in Intercultural Philosophy / Transcontinental Comparative Studies (PIP-TraCS
BL07Zed Books and the International African Institute Book Launch: Kris Berwouts: Congos Violent Peace: Conflict and Struggle Since the Great African War.; Marielle Debos: Living by the Gun in Chad
BL08Sylvain Racaud, Bob Nakileza, François Bart, Bernard Charlery de la Masselière (eds.): Rural-Urban Dynamics in the East African Mountains, Mkuki na Nyota Publishers, Dar es Salaam 2017.
BL10Matteo Rizzo: Taken for a Ride: Grounding Neoliberalism, Precarious Labour and Public Transport in an African Metropolis, Oxford University Press, Oxford 2017.
BL11OECD/SWAC: Cross-border Cooperation and Policy Networks in West Africa, West African Studies, OECD Publishing, Paris 2017.
BL12Klaas van Walraven: Le désir de calme. L’histoire du mouvement Sawaba au Niger, Presses Universitaires de Rennes, Rennes 2017.
BL13Martin Mourre: Thiaroye 1944. Histoire et mémoire d’un massacre colonial, Presses Universitaire de Rennes, Rennes 2017.
BL14Steven Robins: Letters of Stone. From Nazi Germany to South Africa, Penguin Random House Publishers South Africa, Cape Town 2016.
BL15Richard Fardon and Sènga la Rouge: Learning from the Curse. Sembene’s Xala, Hurst Publishers, London 2017.
BL16Wiebke Keim: Universally Comprehensible, Arrogantly Local. South African Labour Studies from the Apartheid Era into the New Millennium, Editions des Archives Contemporaines, Paris 2017.
BL17Jan Beek, Mirco Göpfert, Olly Owen and Jonny Steinberg (eds): Police in Africa. The Street Level View, Hurst Publishers, London 2017.
BL18Elísio Macamo: The Taming of Faith. Approaching Risk from a Social Action Perspective – Case Studies from Southern Mozambique, Dakar, CODESRIA 2017.
MT10AEGIS Board Meeting
MT13ELIAS European Librarians in African Studies 11th Annual Meeting, followed by visit to the exhibition Stolen Moments
P001Hubs, Gateways and Bottlenecks - New Transport Infrastructures and Urbanities Respacing Africa I
P005The Rural-Urban Linkages in Africa's Quest for Industrialisation: Large Scale Land Acquisition, Capitalist Farming, and Agrarian Transformation in Comparative Historical-Sociological Context
P010Urban transformations in Rural Africa: The role of small towns in Sub-Saharan Africa - revisited
P01160 shades of development assistance: remainings of projects and programs in urban and rural Africa
P019(Street)Markets, Malls, and 'Exhibitions': Commerce and the transformation of African urban space
P024Local Government in decentralizing and urbanizing society (Le gouvernement local dans la société décentralisante et urbanisante)
P037The politics and policies of mobilization in authoritarian regimes: producing domination and consent
P041 CANCELLEDLa recomposition des espaces politiques en temps de guerre
P042Elites, Networks and Bargains: Explaining African trajectories at the intersection of agency and institutions
P043'Electric scrambles', past and present: renovating the politics of the kilowatts and the megawatts across African polities
P046The Developmental State Strikes Back? The Rise of New Global Powers and African States' Development Strategies
P053Reading State through humanitarian a perspective: Boko Haram "ruralities war" and population displacement in the Lake Chad region
P063Hubs, Gateways and Bottlenecks - New Transport Infrastructures and Urbanities Respacing Africa II
P065 CANCELLEDNew forms of dependence in rural Africa?
P066Sentiments of Justice in Africa: Contestations at the Intersection of Rural and Urban Imaginations
P068Strangers Among Us: Negotiating/Shifting Race and Ethnic Relations in Urban and Rural African Spaces and Places
P072Different Localities, Different Identities? Rural-Urban Mobilities and the (Re)Production of Class
P076The Role of Networks in Rural-Urban-Transnational Encounters: The Mobility of People, Ideas and Spaces
P079Innovations in connectivity and social change in Africa: new ways to bridge the urban and rural in historical perspective
P083Coming of Age in a Time of Change: New Forms of Gendered Self-Accomplishment in (East) Africa and beyond
P092Contemporary politics of informality: encounters between the "formal" and "informal" African city
P100The struggle on memory. Biographies, locations/places, archives, monuments and museum in today´s Africa
P101Conflict Over Natural Resources and Food (In)Security: How do conflicts influence urban food-provision?
P103The urban images of rural life: its materials and materiality, its actors and its practices / L'imaginaire de «la brousse» en milieu urbain: matérialités, acteurs, pratiques
P110Food cultures in Africa: food production, consumption, and prestige ranking in the age of development
P114CRG Africa in the World: Global Village, African City. How to read Africa's changing global connections in the African cityscape
P117Teaching peace after conflict: the effect of teachers' agency and social identity on the effectiveness of peace education
P120From village schools to univer-cities: Rural-urban dynamics in education and knowledge production in Africa
P125Everyday Citizenship: entanglements of state power, space and citizenship in contemporary Africa
P133Towns build around and on concentration camps: The War in German Southwest-Africa and its urban trajectories
P135African Ivory; Connecting cosmopolitan spaces in a globalized Atlantic: trade, art and visual discourses
P136Mémoire multiple et participation politique: L' « histoire locale » dans la voie africaine de la démocratie
P140Being and Making 'Good Citizens': Concepts and Practices of Citizenship in Africa Past and Present
P141Lines of Control - Lines of Desire: Towards an Integrated History of Fencing in Southern Africa
P143Urbanisation and Africa's "Agrarian Question": Rural-Agricultural Development in the Twentieth Century
P145African Women Interpreting and Redefining Public Health in late 20th and early 21st century Africa
P146The Bureaucratic City: The Politics of Organising Urban Life in colonial and postcolonial Africa
P147Dichotomic 'Fault Lines': Exploring the Mutual Constitution of Binary Formulations in African Histories
P153Religious Minorities in Africa. Urban areas as crossroads: meeting points, safe heavens, and stages
P156Debts and the city
P159Between the Rural and the Urban: Critiquing Discourses of Development in Hunting, Conservation and Architecture in Namibia and South Africa
P181Local Knowledge: development opportunities coming from the countryside? Methodological and political strategies and challenges in the health area
P186Interrogating Land Value Capture in the African peri-urban Interface: towards a new political Economy?
P193Boundaries, Links, and Flows: the Materiality and Political Meaning of Distinctions between Urban, Suburban, and Rural Africa
P194Soft constraint and the reshaping of the urban political space: relocated urban dwellers in African cities' peripheries
P198"Creative commons destruction?" - Large-scale investments, new commons, and distributive institutions
P201Contested justice: Legal and judicial pluralism in urban settings and renegotiations of the law from urban to rural domains
P203Uncovering the merits of African approaches to foster democracy, human rights, and conflicts resolutions in Africa
RT03Open city – a conversation on in- and exclusion in African cities (sponsored by the Heinrich Böll Foundation)
RT05Research in Africa - on whose terms? (sponsored by the Swiss Society for African Studies and CODESRIA)
RT08New paradigms for researching Africa’s past: Round table in honour of Patrick Harries (1950-2016)