JB Gewald
JB Gewald
Professor of Southern African History, Director African Studies Centre Leiden University
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Herero heroes: a socio-political history of the Herero of Namibia, 1890-1923
JB Gewald
Ohio State University Press / James Currey Oxford / David Philip Cape Town, 1999
Words cannot be found: German colonial rule in Namibia: an annotated reprint of the 1918 Blue Book
J Silvester, JB Gewald
Words Cannot Be Found, 2003
Situating Globality: African agency in the appropriation of global culture
WMJ van Binsbergen, RA van Dijk
Brill, 2004
The Speed of Change: motor vehicles and people in Africa, 1890-2000
JB Gewald, S Luning, K Van Walraven
Brill, 2009
Strength beyond structure: Social and historical trajectories of agency in Africa
M de Bruijn, R van Dijk, JB Gewald
Social and Historical Trajectories of Agency in Africa. Leiden: Brill, 2007
One Zambia, many histories: towards a history of post-colonial Zambia
G Macola
Brill, 2008
Towards redemption: a socio-political history of the Herero of Namibia between 1890 and 1923
JB Gewald
People, cattle and land-transformations of pastoral society: an introduction
M Bollig, JB Gewald
People, cattle and land-transformations of pastoral society, 2000
'We thought we would be free...': socio-cultural aspects of Herero history in Namibia 1915-1940
JB Gewald
Imperial Germany and the herero of Southern Africa: Genocide and the quest for recompense
JB Gewald
Genocide, war crimes & the west: History and complicity, 59-77, 2004
Male headship as male agency: an alternative understanding of a ‘patriarchal’African Pentecostal discourse on masculinity
AS Van Klinken
Religion and Gender 1 (1), 104-124, 2011
Herero heroes
JB Gewald
Oxford, Currey, 1999
Herero genocide in the twentieth century: Politics and memory
JB Gewald
African dynamics, 26, 2003
More than Red Rubber and figures alone: A critical appraisal of the memory of the Congo Exhibition at the Royal Museum for Central Africa, Tervuren, Belgium
JB Gewald
The International Journal of African Historical Studies 39 (3), 471-486, 2006
El Negro, El Nino, witchcraft and the absence of rain in Botswana
JB Gewald
African affairs 100 (401), 555-580, 2001
Colonial warfare: Hehe and World War I, the wars besides Maji Maji in south-western Tanzania
JB Gewald
African Historical Review 40 (2), 1-27, 2008
Researching and Writing in the Twilight of an Imagined Conquest: Anthropology in Northern Rhodesia 1930–1960
JB Gewald
History and Anthropology 18 (4), 459-487, 2007
Near death in the streets of Karibib: famine, migrant labour and the coming of Ovambo to central Namibia
JB Gewald
The Journal of African History 44 (2), 211-239, 2003
1-Social And Historical Trajectories Of Agency In Africa: An Introduction
R Van Dijk, M De Bruijn, JB Gewald
Strength beyond structure, 1-15, 2007
Who Killed Clemens Kapuuo?
JB Gewald
Journal of Southern African Studies 30 (3), 559-576, 2004
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