African History and Culture
African History and Culture

The African History and Culture book series builds on and extends Michigan State University’s commitment (and that of MSU Press) to the study of Africa. This series explores history, anthropology, sociology, and political science, as well as interdisciplinary studies, works on the African diaspora, and digital scholarship.

Series Editor: Peter Alegi, Michigan State University

Sort by Title - Asc Desc | Publication Date - Asc Desc | Author - Asc Desc | ISBN - Asc Desc
# A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z All
City of Broken Dreams
Myth-Making, Nationalism and the University in an African Motor City
Contours of Change
Muslim Courts, Women, and Islamic Society in Colonial Bathurst, the Gambia, 1905-1965
The Forge and the Funeral
The Smith in Kapsiki/Higi Culture
Liberation and Development
Black Consciousness Community Programs in South Africa
Murder at Small Koppie
The Real Story of South Africa’s Marikana Massacre
Sisters in Spirit
Christianity, Affect, and Community Building in East Africa, 1860–1970
To Swim with Crocodiles
Land, Violence, and Belonging in South Africa, 1800-1996