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Henrichsen, Dag. (2020) Demands for Restitution - a recent phenomenon? Early histories of human remains violations in Namibia. Contemporary Journal of African Studies, 7 (1). pp. 38-46.

Henrichsen, Dag. (2019) Nachruf - Sonja Speeter-Blaudszun (1960-2018). Anthropos : International review of anthropology and linguistics, 114 (2). pp. 563-564.

Förster, Larissa and Henrichsen, Dag and Stöcker, Holger and Eichab, Hans. (2018) Re-Individualising Human Remains from Namibia: colonialism, grave robbery and intellectual history. Human Remains and Violence, 4 (2). pp. 45-66.

Henrichsen, Dag. (2018) Bürger, Christiane: Deutsche Kolonialgeschichte(n). Neue Politische Literatur, 63 (3). pp. 474-475.

Henrichsen, Dag and Miescher, Giorgio. (2017) Namibian and Southern African Studies in Basel: Plädoyer für ein intellektuelles Projekt. Regio Basiliensis. Basler Zeitschrift für Geographie, 58 (3). pp. 159-165.

Henrichsen, Dag and Miescher, Giorgio and Rassool, Ciraj and Rizzo, Lorena. (2015) Rethinking Empire in Southern Africa. Journal of Southern African studies, 41 (3). pp. 431-435.

Henrichsen, Dag and Miescher, Giorgio and Rassool, Ciraj and Rizzo, Lorena. (2015) Rethinking Empire in Southern Africa. Journal of Southern African Studies, 41 (3). pp. 431-435.

Henrichsen, Dag. (2008) 'Damara' labour recruitment to the Cape Colony and Marginalisation and Hegemony in late 19th Century Central Namibia. Journal of Namibian Studies: History, Politics, Culture, 3. pp. 63-82.

Book

Henrichsen, Dag and Lowry, Donal and Miescher, Giorgio and Rassool, Ciraj and Rizzo, Lorena, eds. (2015) South African Empire. Journal of Southern African Studies. Special Issue , 41 (3). Abington.

Henrichsen, Dag, ed. (2012) Hans Schinz. Bruchstücke. Forschungsreisen in Deutsch-Südwestafrika. Briefe und Fotografien. Lives, legacies, legends, 9. Basel.

Henrichsen, Dag. (2011) Herrschaft und Alltag im vorkolonialen Zentralnamibia. Das Herero- und Damaraland im 19. Jahrhundert. Basel.

Henrichsen, Dag and Jacobson, Naomi and Marshall, Karen, eds. (2010) Building Bridges. Namibian nationalists Clemens Kapuuo, Hosea Kutako, Brendan Simbwaye, Samuel Witbooi. Lives, Legacies, Legends, 7. Basel.

Miescher, Giorgio and Henrichsen, Dag, eds. (2004) African posters: A catalogue of the poster collection in the Basler Afrika Bibliographien. Basel.

Förster, Larissa and Henrichsen, Dag and Bollig, Michael, eds. (2004) Namibia-Deutschland. Eine geteilte Geschichte. Widerstand, Gewalt, Erinnerung. Ethnologica N.F., 24. Köln.

Henrichsen, Dag and Miescher, Giorgio, eds. (2000) New Notes on Kaoko. The Northern Kunene Region (Namibia) in Texts and Photographs. Basel.

Book Section

Henrichsen, Dag. (2020) The African travels of Hans Schinz, biological transfer and the academisation and popularisation of (African) botany in Zurich. In: Science, Africa and Europe. Processing information and creating knowledge. New York, pp. 86-100.

Henrichsen, Dag. (2019) Namibia. A Historical and Contemporary Look at LGBTQ Issues. In: Global Encyclopedia of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQ) History. New York, pp. 1115-1118.

Henrichsen, Dag. (2017) Un terrain solide? Hans Schinz, la topographie du territoire africain et les fondements d'une carrière universitaire entre Zurich, Berlin, le Cap et Kew. In: Saisir le Terrain ou l´invention des sciences empiriques en Allemagne et en France. Villeneuve d'Ascq, pp. 147-160.

Henrichsen, Dag. (2015) Liberals and Non-Racism in Namibia's Settler Society? Advocate Israel Goldblatt's Engagement with Namibian Nationalists in the 1960s. In: Re-viewing Resistance in Namibian History. Windhoek, pp. 127-147.

Henrichsen, Dag. (2013) Establishing a Pre-Colonial 'Modern' Cattle and Gun Society: (Re-) pastoralisation, mercantile capitalism and power amongst Herero in nineteen centry central Namibia. In: Pastoralism in Africa. Past, present and future. New York, pp. 201-229.

Henrichsen, Dag. (2013) Die 'Skelettaffaire' und andere 'Gehemnisse': Sammlungsstrategien, Grenzüberschreitungen und wissenskonzeptionen des Zürcher Botanikers Hans Schinz. In: Sammeln, Erforschen, Zurückgeben? Menschliche Gebeine aus der Kolonialzeit in akademischen und musealen Sammlungen. Berlin, pp. 121-129.

Henrichsen, Dag. (2012) Angula, Nahas. In: Dictionary of African Biography, 1. Oxford, pp. 233-234.

Henrichsen, Dag. (2012) Hage Geingob. In: Dictionary of African Biography. Oxford, pp. 446-448.

Henrichsen, Dag. (2012) Iivula-Ithana, Pendukeni Maria. In: Dictionary of African Biography. Oxford, pp. 148-149.

Henrichsen, Dag and Krüger, Gesine. (2012) 'Kreuz- und Querzüge in Afrika'. Darf man alles sammeln? In: 'Man muss eben Alles sammeln'. Der Zürcher Botaniker und Forschungsreisende Hans Schinz und seine ethnographische Sammlung Südwestafrika. Zürich, pp. 112-119.

Henrichsen, Dag. (2009) "... unerwünscht im Schutzgebiet ... nicht schlechthin unsittlich". "Mischehen" und deren Nachkommen im Visier der Kolonialverwaltung in Deutsch-Südwestafrika. In: Frauen in den deutschen Kolonien. Berlin, pp. 80-90.

Henrichsen, Dag. (2009) Rootedness and Visuality - Verankerung und Visualität. In: Stagings made in Namibia. Postkoloniale Fotografie. Berlin, pp. 209-213.

Henrichsen, Dag. (2008) Wartime Wedding. The Experiences of Kaera Ida Getzen-Leinhos. In: Genocide in German South-West Africa. The Colonial War (1904-1908) and its aftermath. Monmouth, pp. 193-203.

Working Paper

Henrichsen, Dag and Roulet, Lisa. (2020) Anneliese and Ernst Rudolf Scherz's 'Ethnographic Object Collection' from Namibia and Southern Africa. BAB Working Paper, 2020 (1). Basel.

Miescher, Giorgio and Henrichsen, Dag. (2017) Namibian and Southern African Studies: A case for an intellectual project. BAB Working Papers, (01).

Newspaper or Magazine Article

Eichab, Hans and Henrichsen, Dag and Stöcker, Holger and Förster, Larissa. (26 February 2021) Colonial Grave Robbery, 1884. The Namibian. p. 6.

Henrichsen, Dag. (19 February 2021) Living with the Past of the Genocide. The Namibian. p. 5.

Henrichsen, Dag. (20 November 2020) Imperial Imaginations and Local African History. The Namibian. p. 6.