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

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Graf, Andrea. (2020) James Africanus Beale Horton (1835-1883) - A West African Army Doctor's Strategies of Self- Legitimisation. Gesnerus, 77 (2). pp. 348-410.

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

Hammel, Tanja. (2019) Marianne Sommer, History Within. The Science, Culture, and Politics of Bones, Organisms, and Molecules, Chicago: Chicago University Press, 2016, 496 Seiten, 35 Abbildungen. Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Geschichte, 69 (3). pp. 473-475.

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

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

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. (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) '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.

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.

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Mark-Thiesen, Cassandra. (2016) The Need to Be Indebted: Political Considerations for the Mobilisation of Mining Labour in Southwest Ghana, c. 1879 – 1900. In: The vernacularization of labour politics. pp. 22-42.

Mark-Thiesen, Cassandra. (2015) From Mining Pit to Missionary Bungalow: Trading Spaces in the Writing of Patrick Harries. In: Explorations in African History: Reading Patrick Harries. Basel, Switzerland, pp. 41-44.

Mark-Thiesen, Cassandra. (2015) [Book Review] Taxing Colonial Africa: The Political Economy of British Imperialism, by Leigh Gardner,. The journal of imperial and Commonwealth history, 43 (1). pp. 150-152.

Mark-Thiesen, Cassandra. (2014) Book Review: Werthmann, Katja; Grätz, Tilo (Hrsg.): Mining Frontiers in Africa. Anthropological and Historical Perspectives. Köln 2012. H-Soz-u-Kult, 10.01.2014.

Miescher, Giorgio. (2013) Die Rote Linie : die Geschichte der Veterinär- und Siedlungsgrenze in Namibia (1890er bis 1960er Jahre). Basel.

Mark-Thiesen, Cassandra. (2012) The "Bargain" of Collaboration: African Intermediaries, Indirect Recruitment, and Indigenous Institutions in the Ghanaian Gold Mining Industry, 1900-1906. International Review of Social History, 57 (S20). pp. 17-38.

Miescher, Giorgio. (2012) Arteries of Empire: On the Geographical Imagination of South Africa's Railway War, 1914/1915. Kronos, Vol. 38. pp. 22-46.

Miescher, Giorgio. (2012) Facing Barbarians: A Narrative of Spatial Segregation in Namibia. Journal of Southern African studies, Vol. 38, no. 4. pp. 769-786.

Miescher, Giorgio. (2012) Namibia's red line : the history of a veterinary and settlement border. Palgrave series in African borderlands studies. New York, NY.

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Rizzo, Lorena. (2020) Seeing through Whiteness: Late 1930s Settler Visualities in Namibia Under South African Rule. In: Visualising Fascism. The Twentieth-Century Rise od the global right. Durham, pp. 134-159.

Rizzo, Lorena and Grendon, Paul and Miescher, Giorgio and Smith, Tina. (2015) Photographs beyond Ruins. The Usakos Old Location Albums, 1920s to 1960s. In: Usakos : photographs beyond ruins : the old location albums, 1920s-1960s. Basel, pp. 7-25.

Rizzo, Lorena. (2014) Shades of Empire. Zur Geschichte von Fotografie und Überwachung im kolonialen Südlichen Afrika. Fotogeschichte, 34 (133).

Rizzo, Lorena. (2013) Between the Book and the Lamp - Interiors of Bureaucracy and the Materiality of Colonial Power. African Historical Review, 45 (2). pp. 31-51.

Rizzo, Lorena. (2013) Shades of Empire - Police Photography in German South-West Africa. Visual anthropology, 26 (4). pp. 328-354.

Rizzo, Lorena. (2013) Visual Aperture - Bureaucratic Systems of Identification, Photography and Personhood in Colonial Southern Africa. History of Photography, 37 (3). pp. 263-282.

Rizzo, Lorena. (2007) The Elephant Shooting - Colonial Law and Indirect Rule in Kaoko, Northwestern Namibia, in the 1920s and 1930s. Journal of African history, 48 (2). pp. 245-266.

Rizzo, Lorena. (2005) A Glance into the Camera: Gendered Visions of Historical Photographs in Kaoko (North‐Western Namibia). Gender & History, 17 (3). pp. 682-713.

Rizzo, Lorena. (2000) N.J. van Warmelo: Anthropology and the Making of a Reserve. In: New Notes on Kaoko. The Northern Kunene Region (Namibia) in Texts and Photographs. Basel, pp. 189-206.

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