• Au Commencement était le Mimisme: Essai de Lecture Globale des Cours de Marcel Jousse (Author: Edgard Sienaert, 2014, Marcel Jousse Association, ISBN 9780620574907)
  • Peace Diplomacy, Global Justice and International Agency. Rethinking Human security and Ethics in the Spirit of Dag Hammarskjold (Editors: Carsten Stahn & Henning Melber, 2014, Cambridge University Press, ISBN 9781107037205)
  • Sacred Spaces and Contested Identities: Space and Ritual Dynamics in Europe and Africa (Editors: Paul Post, Philip Nel & Walter van Beek, 2014, Africa World Press, ISBN 9781592219551)
  • Understanding Namibia. The trials of independence (Author: Henning Melber, 2014, Oxford University Press, ISBN 9780190241568)
  • Treading the Waters of History: Perspectives on the ANC (Editors: Kwandiwe Kondlo, Chris Saunders & Siphamandla Zondi, 2014, AISA, 9780798304795)
  • Namibia. Gesellschaftspolitische Erkundungen seit der Unabhängigkeit (Henning Melber, 2015, Brandes & Apsel, ISBN 9783955581091)
  • A Decade of Namibia. Politics, economy and society. The Era Pohamba, 2004-2015 (Henning Melber, 2016, Brill, ISBN 97890041319325)
  • In search of coherence. Introducing Marcel Jousse's anthropology of mimism (Edgard Sienaert, 2016, Pickwick Publishers, ISBN 9781498297967)

Kondlo, KM. 2011. Introduction (Section 1: The African state in the twenty-first century). Edition: 1st, Africa in Focus 2011: Governance in the 21st Century, South Africa, Cape Town: HSRC Press. ISBN 9780796923448.

Hudson, H. 2012. A bridge too far? The gender consequences of linking security and development in SSR discourse and practice. Edition:1st Edition In A. Schnabel & V. Farr (eds.), Back to the roots: security sector reform and development, Germany, Zurich: LIT Verlag GmbH & Co. KG Wien. pp 77-114. ISBN 9783643801173.

Melber, H. 2013. Sub-Saharan Africa. In A. Mehler, H. Melber & K. Van Walraven (eds.), Africa Yearbook. Volume 9. Politics, economy and society south of the Sahara 2012. In The Netherlands: Brill. pp 1-15. ISBN 9789004255999.

Melber, H. 2013. Southern Africa. In A. Mehler, H. Melber & K. Van Walraven (eds.), Africa Yearbook. Volume 9. Politics, economy and society south of the Sahara 2012. In The Netherlands: Brill. pp 427-437. ISBN 9789004255999.

Melber, H. 2013. Namibia. In A. Mehler, H. Melber & K. Van Walraven (eds.), Africa Yearbook. Volume 9. Politics, economy and society south of the Sahara 2012. In The Netherlands: Brill. pp 497-505. ISBN 9789004255999.

Melber, H. 2013. Zambia. In A. Mehler, H. Melber & K. Van Walraven (eds.), Africa Yearbook. Volume 9. Politics, economy and society south of the Sahara 2012. In The Netherlands: Brill. pp 527-536. ISBN 9789004255999.

Kramer, R. & Melber, H. 2013. Einfuhrung. In R. Kramer & M Henning (eds.), Neuer Hegemon in Afrika? Zur Außenpolitik Südafrikas in der Region. Germany: WeltTrends. pp 9-12. ISBN 9783941880757.

Melber, H. 2013. Südafrika und das internationale Recht. In R. Kramer & M Henning (eds.), Neuer Hegemon in Afrika? Zur Außenpolitik Südafrikas in der Region. Germany: WeltTrends. pp 67-75. ISBN 9783941880757.

Melber, H. 2013. Namibia: Cultivating the liberation gospel. In R. Doorenspleet and L. Nijzink (eds.), One-Party Dominance in African Democracies. Boulder: Lynne Rienner Publishers. pp 49-72. ISBN 9781588268693.

Hudson H. 2013. A changing global strategic environment – What is new? In T. Neethling & H Hudson (eds.), Post-conflict Reconstruction and Development in Africa: Concepts, Role-Players, Policy and Practice. Cape Town: UCT Press. pp 1-14. ISBN 9781775820048.

Hudson, H. 2013. Looking in or transforming up: Conceptual dilemmas of liberal peacebuilding and PCRD. In T. Neethling & H Hudson (eds.), Post-conflict Reconstruction and Development in Africa: Concepts, Role-Players, Policy and Practice. Cape Town: UCT Press. pp 37-60. ISBN 9781775820048.

Murithi, T. 2013. The African Union's partnerships: Symbiotic coordination as a policy instrument. In T. Neethling & H Hudson (eds.), Post-conflict Reconstruction and Development in Africa: Concepts, Role-Players, Policy and Practice. Cape Town: UCT Press. pp 133-145. ISBN 9781775820048.

Melber, H.. 2014. Human security and ethics in the spirit of Dag Hammarskjold: An introduction. In H. Melber & C. Stahn (eds.), Peace Diplomacy, Global Justice and International Agency. Rethinking Human security and Ethics in the Spirit of Dag Hammarskjold. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. pp 1-32. ISBN 9781107037205.

Post, P., Van Beek, W. & Nel, P. 2014. Introduction: Dynamics of construction of the sacred. In P. Post, P. Nel & W. van Beek (eds.), Sacred Spaces and Contested Identities: Space and Ritual Dynamics in Europe and Africa. Trenton: Africa World Press. pp 27-38. ISBN 9781592219551.

Cawood, S. & Moephuli, J. 2014. Addendum: Site descriptions of the Sacred Sites of the Eastern Free State. In P. Post, P. Nel & W. van Beek (eds.), Sacred Spaces and Contested Identities: Space and Ritual Dynamics in Europe and Africa. Trenton: Africa World Press. pp 1-25. ISBN 9781592219551.

Masoga, M. & Nel, P. 2014. Sacred space and the ritual of the anthill: Southern African reflections. In In P. Post, P. Nel & W. van Beek (eds.), Sacred Spaces and Contested Identities: Space and Ritual Dynamics in Europe and Africa. Trenton: Africa World Press. pp 71-87. ISBN 9781592219551.

Nel, P. 2014. Ownership of the sacred: Complex claims and appropriations. In In P. Post, P. Nel & W. van Beek (eds.), Sacred Spaces and Contested Identities: Space and Ritual Dynamics in Europe and Africa. Trenton: Africa World Press. pp 135-146. ISBN 9781592219551.

Nel, P. 2014. Economic versus symbolic ownership of sacred sites in the Eastern Free State: Contestations of the sacred. In In P. Post, P. Nel & W. van Beek (eds.), Sacred Spaces and Contested Identities: Space and Ritual Dynamics in Europe and Africa. Trenton: Africa World Press. pp 165-186. ISBN 9781592219551.

Cawood, S. 2014. The rhetoric of ritual: Sacred sites and the oral tradition in the Mohohare Valley. In In P. Post, P. Nel & W. van Beek (eds.), Sacred Spaces and Contested Identities: Space and Ritual Dynamics in Europe and Africa. Trenton: Africa World Press. pp 203-224. ISBN 9781592219551.

Nel, P. 2014. African spirituality and space. In In P. Post, P. Nel & W. van Beek (eds.), Sacred Spaces and Contested Identities: Space and Ritual Dynamics in Europe and Africa. Trenton: Africa World Press. pp 279-300. ISBN 9781592219551.

Hudson, H. 2014. The ANC in Perspective: Agents, Structures and the Politics of Change. In K.M. Kondlo, C. Saunders & S. Zondi (eds.), Treading the Waters of History – Perspectives on the ANC. Pretoria: AISA. pp 196-204. ISBN 9780798304795.

Krozewski, G. 2015. The Colombo Plan, aid relations, and the international order of Asia, 1950-65. In G. Krozewski, S. Akita & S. Watanabe (eds.), The Transformation of the International Order of Asia: decolonization, the Cold War, and the Colombo Plan. London: Routledge. pp 1-12. ISBN 9781317694847.

Krozewski, G. 2015. Britain and the Reordering of Overseas Aid, 1956-1964: From Colonial Development Finance to Assistance to Sovereign States. In G. Krozewski, S. Akita & S. Watanabe (eds.), The Transformation of the International Order of Asia: decolonization, the Cold War, and the Colombo Plan. London: Routledge. pp 143-158. ISBN 9781317694847.

Melber, H. 2015. Die international Zivilgesellschaft als Mitgestalterin globaler Politikprozesse. In B. Kappes & K. Seitz (eds.), Nachhaltige Entwicklung braucht Global Governance. Weltinnenpolitik für das 21. Jahrhundert. Munchen: Oekom. pp 105-118. ISBN 9783865817303.

Melber, H. 2015. Integration of the industrialisation agenda in the national development strategy: lessons from Namibia. In F Matambalye (ed.), Integration of the industrialisation agenda in the national development strategy: lessons from Namibia. London: Routledge. pp 230-247. ISBN 9780415671279.

Melber, H. 2015. Faith as Politics – and Politics as Faith: Beyers Naudé and Dag Hammarskjöld. In H. Melber (ed.), Faith as Politics. Reflections in Commemoration of Beyers Naudé (1915-2004). Uppsala: Nordic Africa Institute. pp 7-18. ISBN 9789171067807.

Sienaert, E.R. 2016. Levelling the orality-literacy playing field: Marcel Jousse’s laboratory of awareness and the oral-literary continuum. In D. Chamberlain and E. Chamberlain (eds.), Or words to that effect. Orality and the writing of literary history. Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company. pp 47-62. ISBN 9789027234643.

Hudson. H. 2016. Subversion of an ordinary kind: Gender, security and everyday theory in Africa. In A. Acharye, K. Aning & P Bischoff (eds.), Africa in global international relations. pp 43-63. London: Routledge. ISBN 9781138909816.

Limb, P.C. 2016. Sol Plaatje's life in South Africa. In B. Peterson, J. Remmington & B. Willan (eds.). The print world of the press and native life in South Africa. Johannesburg: Wits University Press. 37-53. ISBN 9781868149810.

Melber, H. 2016. Wie viel Klasse hat die afrikanische Mittelklasse? Annäherungen an ein Phänomen. In A. Daniel, S. Müller, R. Öehlschläger & F Stoll (eds.). Mittelklassen, Mittelschichten oder Milieus in Afrika? Baden-Baden: Nomos Verlag. pp 49-68. ISBN 9783848736188.

Melber, H. 2016. How much class have the African middle classes? In H. Melber (ed.), The rise of Africa's middle class: Myths, realities and critical engagements. London: Zed Books. pp 200-207. ISBN 9781783607136.

Hudson, H. 2017. Decolonising gender and peacebuilding: feminist frontiers and border thinking in Africa. 1st Edition. In L. Shepherd (ed.), Building Peace: Feminist Perspectives. London: Routledge. pp. 73-88. ISBN 9780415791816.

Nel,P.J. (ed.). 2005. Special Edition: A Cross-pollination and Critique. Indilinga (African Journal of Indigenous Knowledge Systems), 4(1): vii-400.

Nel,P.J. 2008. Indigenous knowledge systems and language practice: Interface of a knowledge discourse. Journal for New Generation Sciences, 6(3): 94-108.

Hudson,H. 2009. Peacebuilding through a gender lens and the challenges of implementation in Rwanda and Côte d'Ivoire. Security Studies, 18(2): 287-318.

Hudson,H. 2010. Continuity and change: an evaluation of the democracy-foreign policy nexus in post-apartheid South Africa. Journal for Contemporary History, 35(2): 108-130.

Vos, A.T. & Cawood, S. 2010. The impact of water quality on informally-declared heritage sites: a preliminary study. WaterSA 36(2): 185-192.

Kondlo,K.M. 2010. Towards a review of South Africa's research on corruption in the public sector, 1994 to 2009: trends, gaps and implications for public policy. Journal of Public Administration 45(1.1): 320-330.

Kondlo,K.M. 2010. Making participatory governance work: re-inventing Izimbizo forums in South Africa. Journal of Public Administration, 45(2): 384-395.

Matlou, M. & Mutanga, S. 2010. The impact of migration flows: origin, transit and receiving states. Africa Insight, 40(1): 128-148.

Osman,E.A. 2011. African indigenous knowledge systems: challenges and opportunities. Africa insight, 40(4), March: 136-148.

Hudson,H. 2011. Inhabitants of interstices? Feminist analysis at the intersection of Peace Studies, Critical Security Studies and human security. Strategic review for Southern Africa/Strategiese oorsig vir Suider-Afrika, XXXIII (2): 26-50.

Hebinck, P., Fay, D. &Kondlo,K.M. 2011. Land and agrarian reform in South Africa's Eastern Cape province: caught by continuities. Journal of Agrarian Change, 11(2): 220-240.

Hudson, H. 2012. A double-edged sword of peace? Reflections on the tension between representation and protection in gendering liberal peacebuilding. International Peacekeeping, 19(4): 443-460.

Kondlo, K.M. 2012. Beyond in the twilight of the revolution: A response to my reviewers. Journal of Asian and African studies, 47(3): 315-319.

Kondlo, K.M. 2012. ‘Humanities to come’ and ‘the University without condition’ – transforming the humanities in South Africa: the persistence of unresolved national agenda issues. Journal of public administration, 47(1): 8-25.

Coetzee, E. & Hudson, H. 2012. Democratic peace theory and the realist-liberal dichotomy: the promise of neoclassical realism?. Politikon, 39(2): 257-277.

Nel, P.J. 2012. Trends in wisdom research: a perspective from the African continent. Scriptura: International Journal of Bible, Religion and Theology in Southern Africa, 111 (3): 460-471.

Melber, H. 2013. Aus dem Osten was Neues? Chinas Rolle in Afrika. WeltTrends. Zeitschrift für internationale Politik, 21(88): 61-68.

Melber, H. 2013. Southern Africa in the World. The Context for a Strategic Review for Southern Africa”. Strategic Review for Southern Africa, 35(1): 1-13.

Melber, H. 2013. Der Süden und die Mittelschichten. Zum Human Development Report 2013. WeltTrends. Zeitschrift für internationale Politik, 21(91): 27-31.

Melber, H. 2013. Der Gerichtshof der SADC. Regierungsinteressen vor Bürgerrechten? WeltTrends. Zeitschrift für internationale Politik, 21(92): 65-72.

Mlisa, L.R. & Nel, P.J. 2013. Types of Umbilini (Intuition) in the “ukunyanga” (Xhosa Divination) Tradition. Journal of Psychology in Africa 2013, 23(4), 609–614.

Akpome, A. 2014. The Narrative Construction of Identity in Contemporary Rwanda: A Study of An Ordinary Man by Paul Rusesabagina (with Tom Zoellner). African Studies. 73(2): 192-210.

Akpome, A. 2014. Doubly Discriminated: Depicting the Othering and Marginalisation of Ogoni People in Ken Wiwa’s In the Shadow of a Saint. Africa Insight, 44(1): 151-164.

Cawood, S. & De Wet, J.C. 2014. The rhetorical imprint from a constructivist perspective. Communitas: Journal for Community Communication and Information Impact, 19: 60-79.

Cawood, S. 2014. The 'Recalcitrant Other' : The Rhetorical Identity and Struggle of Nelson Mandela. Africa Insight, 44(1): 38-50.

Daimon, A. 2014. Politics of ‘othering’ and the struggle for citizenship in Independent Zimbabwe: Voices from Malawian Descendants. Africa Insight, 44(1): 137-150.

Graham, M.J. 2014. The ANC and the ‘myth’ of liberation solidarity: ‘othering’ in post-apartheid South(ern) Africa. Africa Insight, 44(1): 176-190.

Hudson, J. 2014. Gendercidal violence and the technologies of othering in Libya and Rwanda. Africa Insight, 44(1): 103-120.

Hudson, H. & Melber, H. 2014. Contextualising African identities, othering and the politics of space. Africa Insight, 44(1): 1-6.

Krenceyova, M. 2014. Who is allowed to speak about Africa? A reflection on knowledge, positionality, and authority in Africanist Scholarship. Africa Insight, 44(1): 8-22.

Lake, N.C. 2014. Black lesbian bodies: Reflections on a queer South African archive. Africa Insight, 44(1): 69-83.

Melber, H. 2014. 'Othering' and structural violence in former Settler Colonies Liberation Movements as governments in Southern Africa. Africa Insight 44(1): 191-207.

Melber, H. 2014. Mission, Kolonialismus, Kultur und Entwicklung. Die Reise von Missionsinspektor Spiecker durch Deutsch-Südwestafrika (1905-1907). Stichproben: Wiener zeitschrift fur kritische Afrikastudien/Stichproben: Vienna journal of african studies 14(26):

Melber, H. 2014. Tod eines UN-Generalsekretärs. Neue Erkenntnisse im Fall Hammarskjöld. Welt Trends: internationale Politik und vergleichende Studien, 22(94):

Melber, H. 2014. Bleibt alles beim Alten? Südafrika nach den Wahlen. Welt Trends: internationale Politik und vergleichende Studien, 22(97):

Melber, H. 2014. Der Hype um die Mittelklasse(n). Welt Trends: internationale Politik und vergleichende Studien, 22(99):

Melber, H. 2014. The death of Dag Hammarskjöld. Review of African Political Economy, 41(141):

Melber, H. 2014. South Africa's elections 2014: more than more of the same? Review of African Political Economy, 41(142):

Melber, H. 2014. Whose world? Development, civil society, development studies and (not only) scholar activists. Third World Quarterly, 35(6):

Steyn Kotze, J. & Ralo, M. 2014. Bitter battles for survival: Assessing the impact of the political factionalism in Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality’s post-Polokwane landscape. Administratio Publica, 22(2): 93-114.

Akpome, A.A. 2015. What is Nigeria? Unsettling the myth of exceptionalism. Africa Spectrum, 50(1): 65-78.

Hudson, H. 2015. (Re)framing the relationship between discourse and materiality in feminist security studies and feminist IPE. Politics & Gender, 11(2): 413-419.

Limb, P.C. 2015. Swaziland: the struggle for political freedom and democracy. Review of African Political Economy, 42(146): 1-10.

Limb, P.C. 2015. The empire writes back: African challenges to the Brutish (South Africa) empire in the early 20th Century. Journal of Southern African Studies, 41(3): 599-616.

Melber, H. 2015. Civil society, cooperation and development. Journal fur Entwicklungspolitik/Austrian Journal for Development Studies, 30(1): 4-12.

Melber, H. 2015. Where and what (for) is the middle? Africa and the middle class(es). European Journal of Development Research, 27(2): 246-254.

Melber, H. 2015. Post-liberation democratic authoritarianism: The case of Namibia. Politikon-South African Journal of Political Studies, 42(1): 45-66.

Melber, H. 2015. From Nujoma to Geingob: 25 years of presidential democracy. Journal of Namibian Studies, 18: 49-65.

Melber, H. 2015. Namibia nach den Wahlen. WeltTrends. Das aussenpolitische Journal, 23(101): 8-11.

Melber, H. 2015. Faith as politics – and politics as faith: Beyers Naudé and Dag Hammarskjöld. Journal for Contemporary History, 40(2): 96-109.

Melber, H. & Kössler, H. 2015. Der Völkermord in Namibia und die deutsche Debatte. WeltTrends, Das aussenpolitische Journal, 23(105): 14-17.

Mlisa, N.L. & Nel, P.J. 2015. Umbilini experiential knowledge and indigenous healing praxis in Ukunyanga tradition. African Journal for Physical, Health Education, Recreation and Dance (AJPHERD).

Steyn Kotze, J. & Prevost, G. 2015. Born free. An assessment of political identity formation and party support of South Africa's first post-apartheid generation. Africa Insight, 44(4): 142-168.

Cawood, S. & Vos, A.T. 2016. Water quality as bio-cultural screening indicator for the integrity of informal heritage sites. WaterSA, 42(4): 516-527.

Erda, F.G. 2016. Land acquisitions, the politics of dispossession, and State-Remaking in Gambella, Western Ethiopia. Africa Spectrum, 25: 51: 5-28.

Melber, H. 2016. Knowledge is Power – and power affects knowledge: Challenges for research collaboration in and with Africa. Africa development/Afrique et developpement, 40(4): 21-42.

Melber, H. 2016. Der Fall Hammarskjöld. WeltTrends: internationale Politik und vergleichende Studien, 24(116): 54-57.

Schmidt, N.F. & Nel, P.J. 2016. Divine darkness in the human discourses of Job. Acta Theologica, 36(2): 81-91

Steyn Kotze, J. 2016. Whose economic freedom anyway? Revelations from the South African discourse. Strategic review for Southern Africa/Strategiese oorsig vir Suider-Afrika, 5-27

Gerits, F.P.L. 2017. Hungry Minds: Eisenhower’s Cultural Assistance to Sub-Saharan Africa, 1953–1961. Diplomatic History, 41(3): 594-619.

Limb, P.C. 2017. Hooks down! Anti-apartheid activism and solidarity among maritime unions in Australia and the United States. Labour History, 58(3):303-326.

Melber, H. 2017. The African middle class(es) – in the middle of what?. Review of African Political Economy, 44 (151): 142-154.

Melber, H. 2017. Mission Impossible: Hammarskjold and the UN Mandate for the Congo (1960 - 1961). African Security, 10(3-4): 254-271.

Melber, H. 2017. The African middle class(es) – in the middle of what?. Review of African Political Economy, 44(151):142-154.

Melber, H. 2017. Genocide Matters - Negotiating a Namibian-German Past in the Present. Stichproben: Wiener zeitschrift fur kritische Afrikastudien/Stichproben: Vienna journal of african studies, 17(33): 1-24.

Melber, H. 2017. How Democratic Is Namibia’s Democracy?An Anatomy of SWAPO’s Political Hegemony. Taiwan journal of democracy, 13 (1): 143-161.

Melber, H. 2017. Genocide Matters - Negotiating a Namibian-German Past in the Present. Stichproben: Wiener zeitschrift fur kritische Afrikastudien/Stichproben: Vienna journal of african studies, 17 (33), 2017: pp. 1 - 24.

Melber, H. 2017. Heroic narratives, patriotic history and Namibian politics: The case of (Herman) Andimba Toivo Ya Toivo(1924–2017). Journal of Namibian studies, 22 2017: pp. 45 - 58.

Melber, H. 2017. Heroic narratives, patriotic history and Namibian politics:The case of (Herman) Andimba Toivo Ya Toivo(1924–2017). Journal of Namibian studies, 22 2017: pp. 45 - 58.

Steyn Kotze, J. 2017. Born (Un)free: The Construction of Citizenship of South Africa’s First Post-Apartheid Generation—Views of University Students. Representation, 52 (4), pp. 271 - 294.

Nel, P.J. 2017. Syncretism, hybridity and ambivalence: Probing the concepts in religious discourse with reference to sacred site dynamics in South Africa. Scriptura: International Journal of Bible, Religion and Theology in Southern Africa, 116(1): 1-12.


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