Books by Publisher: James Currey

    Letting Them Die: Why HIV/AIDS Prevention Programmes Often Fail

    By Catherine Campbell

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    South Africa has the worst AIDS epidemic in the world. In this one mining community in South Africa, AIDS will kill six out of ten young women and four out of ten young men. This work highlights the barriers and constraints to controlling this national crisis.

    Race, War and Nationalism

    By Glenford Deroy Howe

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    This work provides an account of the West Indian soldiers in World War I. It focuses on the processes and politics surrounding the participation of Blacks in the war, and reveals the daily problems of Army life for West Indian recruits.

    Eroding the Commons: The Politics of Ecology in Baringo, Kenya 1890s-1963

    By David M. Anderson

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    Understanding colonial ideologies is central to understanding development across Africa.

    West African Challenge to Empire

    By Patrick Royer

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    Contributes to the anthropology of colonialism, the military history of indigenous Africa, and to theoretical debates on structure and agency.

    Congo-Paris: Transnational Traders on the Margins of the Law

    By Janet MacGaffey

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    This study of transnational trade between Central Africa and Europe focuses on the lives of individual traders from Kinshasa and Brazzaville, who operate across national frontiers and often outside state laws, and whose trading activities are unmeasured and unrecorded.

    Labor and Democracy in Namibia, 1971-96

    By Gretchen Bauer

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    This text chronicles the origins and evolution of the history of Namibia's organized labour movement. It shows how, despite structural, colonial and nationalist movement adversity, trade unions did eventually emerge in Namibia, only to be largely demobilized after independence.

    The Black Man\'s Burden: Africa and the Curse of the Nation-state

    By Basil Davidson

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    Basil Davidson is the most effective popularizer of African history and archaeology outside Africa and certainly the best trusted in Africa itself. - Roland Oliver in THE NEW YORK REVIEW OF BOOKS

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