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Ammann, Carole. (2018) Challenges and Opportunities of Doing Fieldwork as a Woman on Women in Guinea. In: Women Researching in Africa. The Impact of Gender. London, pp. 217-234.

Adriaanse, Dominic. (16 February 2017) New book on victims of apartheid era atrocities. Cape Times. Cape Town.

Allain Bonilla, Marie-Laure. (2017) Art Biennials in Africa. In: Public Art in Africa. art et transformations urbaines à Douala = art and urban transformations in Douala. Geneva.

Allain Bonilla, Marie-Laure. (2017) Is it conceivable to decolonize Western museums of contemporary and modern art’s collections? Muséologies, 8 (2).

Ammann, Carole. (2017) Imagery of Kankan, a Secondary City in Guinea. Basel Papers on Political Transformations, 11/12. pp. 25-34.

Ammann, Carole. (2017) Looking for Better Opportunities. An Analysis of Guinean Graduates’ Agency. In: Dealing with Elusive Futures. University Graduates in Urban Africa. Bielefeld, pp. 93-121.

Ammann, Carole and Sanogo, Aïdas. (2017) Secondary Cities - The Urban Middle Ground. An Introduction. Basel Papers on Political Transformations, 11/12. pp. 5-9.

Allain Bonilla, Marie-Laure. (2016) "Repositionner la photographie : quand le postcolonial devient personnel". In: Usages géopolitiques des images. Paris, pp. 162-177.

Allain Bonilla, Marie-Laure. (2016) “1989-2005 : un moment symptomatique de la situation postcoloniale française dans les expositions d’art contemporain”. In: L’Histoire n’est pas donnée. Art contemporain et postcolonialité en France. Rennes, pp. 89-98.

Ammann, Carole. (2016) Everyday Politics. Market Women and the Local Government in Kankan, Guinea. Stichproben : Wiener Zeitschrift für kritische Afrikastudien (30). pp. 37-62.

Ammann, Carole. (2016) Women Must not Become Lions – Gendered Norms in Kankan, Guinea. JENdA: A Journal of Culture and African Women Studies (28). pp. 68-81.

Ammann, Carole. (2015) Women’s Modes of Political Articulation in a Guinean City. In: ECAS. 6th European Conference on African Studies. Paris.

Ammann, Carole. (2015) [Review of] Camara, Mohamed Saliou (2014), Political History of Guinea since World War Two, New York: Peter Lang. Afrika Spectrum : Zeitschrift für gegenwartsbezogene Afrikaforschung, 50 (1). pp. 104-106.

Ammann, Carole and Engeler, Michelle. (2013) "Guinée is back?" Ein Land zwischen Wandel und Kontinuität. Afrika Bulletin, Jg. 38, Nr. 152. p. 3.

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Badoux, Miriam. (2018) Ambiguous Title Deeds: Contesting Values of Land and Documents in Eldoret, Kenya. Critical African Studies, 10 (1). pp. 31-46.

Badoux, Miriam and Förster, Till and Koechlin, Lucy and Sanogo, Aïdas. (2017) African Cities, by Comparision: Urban Land, Politics and Agency in East and West Africa. Basel Papers on Political Transformations, 13/14.

Bolliger, Nicole and Hendriks, Tanja and Tra, Goin Lou Tina. (2017) Report: 7th European Conference on African Studies. Newsletter der Schweizerischen Gesellschaft für Afrikastudien, (2). pp. 16-28.

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Christie Zaugg, Alison. A Question of Attitude: Modes of being, perception and practice for security and wellbeing, living post-apartheid Johannesburg 2014. 2018, Master Thesis, University of Basel, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences.

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Dobler, Gregor and Kesselring, Rita. (2019) Swiss Extractivism: Switzerland's role in Zambia's copper sector. Journal of Modern African Studies, 57 (2). pp. 223-245.

Dobler, Gregor and Kesselring, Rita. (12 November 2018) Extractivism à la Suisse : The Role of Swiss Companies in the Copper Value Chain. Afrika Bulletin, 43 (172). pp. 4-5. Basel.

De Villiers, Isolde and Kesselring, Rita. (2014) What's in a Name? Street Names and the Fine Line between Silencing and Predicating History. Tsantsa, 19. pp. 150-162.

Dobler, Gregor. (2009) Chinese shops and the formation of a Chinese expatriate community in Namibia. The China quarterly : an international journal for the study of China, 199, Special Issue: SI. pp. 707-727.

Dobler, Gregor. (2009) Oshikango : the dynamics of growth and regulation in a Northern Namibian boom town. Journal of Southern African, Vol. 35, H. 1. pp. 115-131.

Dobler, Gregor. (2009) Solidarity, xenophobia and the regulation of Chinese businesses in Oshikango, Namibia. In: China Returns to Africa. London, pp. 237-255.

Dobler, Gregor. (2008) Boundary-drawing and the notion of territoriality in pre-colonial and early colonial Ovamboland. Journal of Namibian Studies, 3. pp. 7-30.

Dobler, Gregor. (2008) From Scotch whisky to Chinese sneakers : international commodity flows and new trade networks in Oshikango, Namibia. Africa, vol. 78, no. 3. pp. 410-432.

Dobler, Gregor. (2008) Tra prezzi bassi e risentimento : Commercianti cinesi e società locale ad Oshikango - Namibia. Afriche e Orienti, No. 2. pp. 118-126.

Dobler, Gregor. (2005) Les élections en Namibie de Novembre 2004. Politique Africaine, No. 98. pp. 166-179.

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Engeler, Michelle and Ammann, Carole. (2017) Guinea. Politökonomische Kurzanalyse. Hamburg.

Egloff, René. Fotografie in Bamenda : eine ethnographische Untersuchung in einer kamerunischen Stadt. 2013, Doctoral Thesis, University of Basel, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences.

Engeler, Michelle. (2013) Review: 50 Jahre Unabhängigkeit in Afrika: Kontinuitäten, Brüche, Perspektiven. The journal of modern African studies, Vol. 51, H. 4. pp. 715-716.

Engeler, Michelle. (2011) Listening, experiencing, observing : reflections on doing fieldwork.

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Förster, Till. (2019) The Invisible Social Body: Experience and Poro Ritual in Northern Côte d'Ivoire. African Studies Review, 62 (1). pp. 99-119.

Förster, Till and Sanogo, Aïdas. (2019) Guest Editors' Introduction to the Power of Performance -the Performance of Power Forum. African Studies Review, 62 (1). pp. 67-75.

Förster, Till. (2018) "Dinge der Nacht". in Poro-Ritual, über das niemand spricht. In: Das Geheimnis. Wer was wissen darf.. Berlin, pp. 136-145.

Förster, Till. (2018) "Things of the Night". A Poro-Ritual Nobody Talks about. In: Secrecy: Who's allowed to know what. Berlin, pp. 136-143.

Förster, Till. (2018) Die Entstehung von Governance. Regio Basiliensis, 58 (3). pp. 193-199.

Förster, Till. (2018) La paix dans une zone de guerre. Lire la crise ivoirienne sur le temps long et par le bas. Politique Africaine, 148 (4). pp. 109-129.

Förster, Till. (2018) Mirror Images: mediated sociality and the presence of the future. Visual studies, 33 (1). pp. 84-97.

Förster, Till. (2018) The Unbearable Lightness of African Cities. Social Dynamics, 44 (3).

Förster, Till and Ammann, Carole . (2018) African Cities and the Development Conundrum: Actors and Agency in the Urban Grey Zone. In: African Cities and the Development Conundrum, 10. Boston, pp. 3-25.

Förster, Till and Siegenthaler, Fiona. (2018) Introduction: Re-imagining Cities in Africa. Social Dynamics, 44 (3). 395-404 .

Förster, Till. (2017) Anthropology and Urban Comparisons. In: African Cities, By Comparison. urban land, politics and agency in East and West Africa. Basel, pp. 36-48.

Förster, Till. (2017) Beyond the Metropolis: Inclusive Urbanity - Made in Korhogo, Côte d'Ivoire. In: Secondary Cities – The Urban Middle Ground. Basel, pp. 35-46.

Förster, Till. (2017) Envisioning the City in Africa: Anthropology, Creativity and Urban Culture. In: The Palgrave Handbook of Creativity and Culture Research. London, pp. 449-471.

Förster, Till. (2017) Kunst und visuelle Kultur. In: Ethnologie. Berlin, pp. 385-404.

Förster, Till. (2017) Lucid Dreams - Alluring Cities: Imaginaries of the Urban in West Africa. In: Cities in Flux: Metropolitan Spaces in South African Literary and Visual Texts. pp. 235-249.

Förster, Till and Schlehe, Judith. (2017) Passages of culture: Media and mediality in African societies. Journal of African Media Studies, 9 (1). pp. 3-15.

Förster, Till. (2016) Competition, Cooperation, and Creativity: The Political Economy of Workshops and Workshop Styles in Bamenda, Cameroon. Critical interventions : journal of African art and visual culture, 10 (2). pp. 154-171.

Förster, Till. (2016) Eingriffe und Entwicklungszusammenarbeit: Ein ethnologisches Dilemma. Bulletin der Vereinigung der Schweizerischen Hochschuldozierenden, 42 (3/4). pp. 39-45.

Förster, Till. (2015) Bild und Vorbild : Intermedialität und Prädikation in Skulptur und neuen Medien Westafrikas. In: Leibhafte Kunst. Paderborn, pp. 253-280.

Förster, Till. (2015) Dialogue Direct: Rebel Governance and Civil Order in Northern Côte d'Ivoire. In: Rebel Governance in Civil War. New York, pp. 203-225.

Förster, Till. (2015) Jenseits der Worte : Über Teilnahme und Beobachtung in der Ethnographie visueller Medien. In: Handbuch der Medienethnographie. Berlin, pp. 37-56.

Förster, Till. (2015) Land and social order in Middle Africa. In: African modernism : the architecture of independence. Zürich, pp. 614-623.

Förster, Till. (2015) New Markets, New Patrons: Work–Trade Relationships in a West African art market. In: Africa in the Market. twentieh-century art from the African art collection. Toronto, pp. 75-97.

Förster, Till. (2015) Senufo, Jula and Kulango. In: African art in the Barnes foundation : the Triumph of l'Art nègre and the Harlem Renaissance. New York, pp. 90-101.

Förster, Till. (2015) Statehood and segmentary governance : an essay on political change in a west african city. In: Conceptualising comparative politics. London, pp. 169-191.

Förster, Till. (2015) The formation of governance : the politics of governance and their theoretical dimension. In: The politics of governance. New York, pp. 197-218.

Förster, Till. (2014) A standing Senufo statue. In: Art in the many Africas. Charlotte, N.C., pp. 38-40.

Förster, Till. (2014) Initiation. In: Wörterbuch der Soziologie. Konstanz, p. 198.

Förster, Till. (2014) On creativity in African urban life: African cities as sites of creativity and emancipation. In: Popular culture in Africa. The episteme of the everyday. London, pp. 27-46.

Förster, Till. (2014) Ritual. In: Wörterbuch der Soziologie. Konstanz, pp. 410-411.

Förster, Till. (2014) Trust and agency : an analysis of social relations during civil war. In: Faces of communities : social ties between trust, loyalty and conflict. Göttingen, pp. 43-60.

Förster, Till and Koechlin, Lucy. (2014) Ethnologie. In: Wörterbuch der Soziologie. Konstanz, pp. 107-108.

Förster, Till. (2013) Between restoration, adaptation and appropriation : Governance in post-conflict Côte d'Ivoire. In: Emerging trends in asset recovery. Bern, pp. 137-146.

Förster, Till. (2013) Insurgent nationalism: political imagination and rupture in Côte d'Ivoire. Afrika Spectrum : Zeitschrift für gegenwartsbezogene Afrikaforschung, Jg. 48, H. 3. pp. 3-31.

Förster, Till. (2013) On urbanity : creativity and emancipation in African urban life. In: Living the City in Africa. Zürich, pp. 235-251.

Förster, Till. (2013) Painted visions under rebel domination : a cultural center and political imagination in northern Côte d'Ivoire. In: Companion to Modern African Art. Chichester, pp. 528-547.

Förster, Till. (2013) Senufo Art Works from the Leslie Sacks Collection. In: African arts from the Leslie Sacks Collection : Refined Eye, Passionate Heart. Milano, pp. 254-259.

Förster, Till. (2013) The Intermediality of Portraiture in Northern Côte d'Ivoire. In: Portraiture and Photography in Africa. Bloomington, IN, pp. 407-437.

Förster, Till. (2013) The Sliding Scale of Past and Present. African Arts, Vol. 46, no. 4. p. 6.

Förster, Till. (2013) Work and workshop : the iteration of style and genre in two workshop settings, Côte d’Ivoire and Cameroon. In: African art and agency in the workshop. Bloomington, IN, pp. 325-359.

Förster, Till and Kasfir, Sidney. (2013) Rethinking the workshop : work and agency in African art. In: African art and agency in the workshop. Bloomington, IN, pp. 1-23.

Förster, Till. (2012) Authentizität : ein Traum von Einmaligkeit. In: Afrika mit eigenen Augen. Oberhausen, pp. 85-104.

Förster, Till. (2012) Imagining the Nation: independence ceremonies under rebel domination in northern Côte d'Ivoire. African arts, Vol. 45, no. 3. pp. 42-55.

Förster, Till. (2012) Shifting Imageries: Memory, Projectivity and the Experience of Violence in Northern Côte d’Ivoire. In: Popular History Now and Then: International Perspectives. Bielefeld, pp. 231-261.

Förster, Till. (2012) Statehood in a stateless society : political order and societal memory in northern Côte d'Ivoire. Basel.

Förster, Till and Heer, Barbara and Heer, and Engeler, Michelle and Kaufmann, Andrea A. and Bauer, Kerstin and Heitz, Kathrin. (2011) The Emic Evaluation Approach : epistemologies, experience, and ethnographic practice. Basel.

Förster, Till and Koechlin, Lucy. (2011) The politics of governance : power and agency in the formation of political order in Africa. Basel.

Förster, Till. (2010) "Greener Pastures" : afrikanische Europabilder vom besseren Leben. In: Europa und Afrika. Basel, pp. 59-78.

Förster, Till. (2010) Maintenant, on sait qui est qui! Re-configurations of an African society after conflict. Development and change, Vol. 41, Nr. 4. pp. 699-722.

Förster, Till and Kasfir, Sidney. (2010) Work and agency in African art : an introduction. In: Rethinking the workshop in African art. Bloomington, Indiana, pp. 1-21.

Förster, Till and Klimmt, Reinhard. (2010) Habari Afrika = Chabari Afrika : Schönheit und Magie in der Kunst Afrikas : aus der Sammlung Reinhard Klimmt. Merzig.

Förster, Till. (2009) Limiting violence - culture and the constitution of public norms : with a case study from a stateless area. In: Non-State Actors as Standard Setters. Cambridge, pp. 324-347.

Förster, Till. (2009) What is local about local art? : contemporary African artists between international art world and local life-world. In: Between Indigenous Australia and Europe. Berlin, pp. 183-196.

Förster, Till and Peters, Anne and Koechlin, Lucy. (2009) Towards Non-State Actors as Effective, Legitimate, and Accountable Standard Setters. In: Non-state actors as standard setters. Cambridge, pp. 492-562.

Förster, Till. (2008) Competing for attention : painters, pictures and images in the visual culture of urban Africa. Critical interventions : journal of African art and visual culture, H. 2. pp. 56-77.

Förster, Till. (2008) Mediale Fremde : afrikanisch sehen - europäisch erkennen? In: Forschen unter Bedingungen kultureller Fremdheit. Wiesbaden, 329-347, ill..

Förster, Till. (2008) Senufo anthropomorphic figures. In: Ethnopassion : la collezione d'arte etnica di Peggy Guggenheim = Peggy Guggenheim's ethnic art collection. Milano, pp. 110-125.

Förster, Till. (2007) Nicht alt, nicht neu : Holz in Kunst und Alltag der Senufo, Côte d'Ivoire. In: Holz-Kultur. Mainz am Rhein, pp. 115-134.

Förster, Till. (2007) Staat und Staatlichkeit in Afika : vom Zerfall zum funktionierenden Chaos? In: Afrika im Wandel. Zürich, pp. 49-62.

Förster, Till. (2007) The act and art of seeing visual media in West Africa: TV and video in northern Côte d'Ivoire. Film international : filmint, Vol. 28, Iss. 4. pp. 44-50.

Förster, Till. (2006) Negotiating the contemporary : local African artists in a globalizing art world. In: Die Schau des Fremden. Stuttgart, 341-360, ill..

Förster, Till. (2005) Fremde und Fremdheit in afrikanischen Gesellschaften. Afrika Spectrum : Zeitschrift für gegenwartsbezogene Afrikaforschung, Jg. 40, H. 2. pp. 241-266.

Förster, Till. (2005) Layers of awareness : intermediality and practices of visual arts in northern Côte d'Ivoire. African arts, vol. 38, no. 4. pp. 32-37.

Förster, Till. (2005) Smoothing the way of the dead : a Senufo rythm pounder. Bulletin / Yale University Art Gallery, 2005, S. 55-67, ill..

Förster, Till. (2004) Am Rande des Staates : der Norden der Côte d'Ivoire 1979-2002. In: Blick nach vorn : Festgabe für Gerd Spittler zum 65. Geburtstag. Köln, pp. 14-27.

Förster, Till. (2004) From rationality to creativity : ritual and religious experience in the work of Edward Evans‐Pritchard and Victor Turner. In: European traditions in the study of religion in Africa. Wiesbaden, pp. 245-253.

Förster, Till. (2004) Nur die Fälschung ist ein Original. In: Kunstgeschichte und Weltgegenwartskunst. Berlin, pp. 199-218.

Förster, Till. (2004) Pratiques de la mondialisation : une perspective ethnologique. In: Côté jardin, côté cour. Paris, pp. 209-226.

Förster, Till. (2004) Wie fern ist Afrika? : Afrikaforschung in der sich globalisierenden Welt. Regio Basiliensis. - Basel, Jg. 45. pp. 77-85.

Förster, Till. (2003) Victor Turners Ritualtheorie : eine ethnologische Lektüre. Theologische Literaturzeitung, Jg. 128, H. 7/8 , S.704-716.

Förster, Till. (1997) Zerrissene Entfaltung : Alltag, Ritual und künstlerische Ausdrucksformen im Norden der Côte d'Ivoire. Studien zur Kulturkunde, Bd. 107. Köln.

Förster, Till. (1995) Skulptur in Westafrika : Masken und Figuren aus Burkina Faso : [Sammlung "Burkina Faso" aus dem Morat-Institut für Kunst und Kunstwissenschaft, Freiburg im Breisgau. Heilbronner Museumskatalog, Nr. 55. Duisburg.

Förster, Till. (1988) Die Kunst der Senufo. Zürich.

Förster, Till. (1988) Kunst in Afrika. DuMont-Taschenbücher, 219. Köln.

Förster, Till. (1988) Paroles de devin : la fonte à la cire perdue chez les Sénoufo de Côte d'Ivoire : [exposition, Musée national des arts africains et océaniens], 27 janvier - 9 mai 1988. Paris.

Förster, Till and Holzhauser, Michael. (1988) La région Sénoufo en Côte d'Ivoire et l'utilisation de biogaz. Rossdorf.

Förster, Till. (1987) Glänzend wie Gold : Gelbguss bei den Senufo, Elfenbeinküste. Veröffentlichungen des Museums für Völkerkunde Berlin. Neue Folge. Abteilung Afrika, 9. Berlin[-West].

Förster, Till. (1987) Musik der Senufo = Musique des Sénoufos : Gesänge und Xylophonmusik der Senufo, Elfenbeinküste : Côte d'Ivoire. Berlin.

Förster, Till and Holzhauser, Michael. (1987) Biogas im ländlichen Milieu: Zielgruppen und Trägerorganisationen in der Elfenbeinküste. Saarbrücken.

Förster, Till. (1985) Divination bei den Kafibele-Senufo : zur Aushandlung und Bewältigung von Alltagskonflikten. Berlin.

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Hoppe, Julia. Kleinfontein "Ons is hier om te bly". 2018, Master Thesis, University of Basel, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences.

Heer, Barbara. (2017) Propertied Citizenship in a Township and Suburb in Johannesburg. In: Middle Classes in Africa. Changing Lives and Conceptual Challenges. Basingstoke, pp. 179-202.

Heer, Barbara. (2017) Shopping Malls as Social Space: New Forms of Public Life in Johannesburg. In: Cities in Flux. metropolitan spaces in South African literary and visual texts. Berlin, pp. 101-122.

Hänsch, Valerie and Kroeker, Lena and Oldenburg, Silke. (2017) Uncertain Future(s). Perceptions on Time between the Immediate and the Imagined. Introduction to Special Issue on Uncertainty and Future. Tsantsa, 22. pp. 4-17.

Heer, Barbara. (2016) Being together with strangers. Peeps Magazine - Tracking cultural shifts around the world. pp. 94-113.

Heitz Tokpa, Katharina. (2016) Dynamics in the host-stranger paradigm: The broker role of a latecomer association in western Côte d’Ivoire. In: Politics and Policies in Upper Guinea Coast Societies. Change and Continuity. New York, pp. 247-267.

Heer, Barbara. (2015) We are all Children of God: A charismatic church as space of encounter between township and suburb in post-apartheid Johannesburg. Anthropology Southern Africa, 38 (3-4). pp. 344-359.

Heer, Barbara. (2015) [Rezension von] Schaumburg (2013): Bonyatsi. Heirat, Status und Beziehungsstrategien in einem südafrikanischen Township. Kölner Ethnologische Studien, 34. Berlin: Lit. Anthropos, 110 (2). pp. 268-270.

Heitz Tokpa, Katharina and Kaufmann, Andrea and Zanker, Franzisca. (2015) The Ebola outbreak in comparison: Liberia and Côte d’Ivoire. GIGA Focus International Edition English, 2015 (3).

Heitz Tokpa, Katharina. (2014) Risks and opportunities – Ways of securing futures in Côte d’Ivoire’s violent crisis and beyond. Journal des africanistes, t. 84, fasc. 1 , S. 20–39.

Heitz Tokpa, Katharina and Kaufmann, Andrea and Zanker, Franzisca. (2014) Der Ebola-Ausbruch im Vergleich : Liberia und Côte d’Ivoire. GIGA Focus, H. 9. pp. 1-8.

Heer, Barbara. (2013) Die Kirche als öffentlicher Raum der Post-Apartheid Gesellschaft : zur ethnographischen Untersuchung von Begegnungsräumen in Johannesburg. In: Erfassen – Deuten – Urteilen : Empirische Zugänge zur Religionsforschung. Zürich, pp. 205-224.

Heitz Tokpa, Katharina. (2013) Recollections from the times of independence: Talks with elderly people in western Côte d’Ivoire. In: Les Indépendances en Afrique. L’événement et ses mémoires 1957/1960-2010. Rennes, pp. 421-435.

Heitz Tokpa, Katharina. (2013) Through the prism of the cinquantenaire: Côte d’Ivoire between réfondation and Houphouët’s legacy. In: Francophone Africa at Fifty. Manchester, pp. 219-232.

Heer, Barbara. (1 September 2012) Wessen Alexandra? Kampf um Bestimmungsmacht im ältesten Township von Südafrika. iz3w, (332). pp. 20-21.

Heitz, Kathrin. (2012) [Rezension von] Chelpi-den Hamer, Magali, Militarized youths in Western Côte d'Ivoire: Local processes of mobilization, demobilization, and related humanitarian interventions (2002-2007) : Leiden: African Studies Centre, 2011. Journal of peace research, vol. 49, no. 3. p. 494.

Heer, Barbara. (2009) Der Weg von Tischmatten aus dem Kameruner Grasland nach Basel : ethnologische Untersuchung einer Warenkette des Fairen Handels. Bern.

Heitz, Kathrin. (2009) Power-sharing in the local arena : Man – a rebel-held town in Western Côte d’Ivoire. Afrika Spectrum : Zeitschrift für gegenwartsbezogene Afrikaforschung, 44 (3). pp. 109-131.

Horsch-Albert, Sigrid. (2001) Kunst-Spiegelungen der Moderne. Gemälde und Grafiken aus der Sammlung des Iwalewa-Hauses. Köln.

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Kesselring, Rita and Leins, Stefan and Schulz, Yvan. (2019) Valueworks: Effects of Financialization along the Copper Value Chain (Working Paper). pp. 1-30. Genf.

Kesselring, Rita. (12 November 2018) What Zambia and Switzerland Have in Common : Copper and Resistance to Extractivism. Afrika Bulletin, 43 (172). p. 3. Basel.

Kesselring, Rita. (22 May 2018) Swiss-based Commodity Trade and Life in a New Mining Town in Zambia. Medium - Sci Five - University of Basel. 0-0. Basel.

Kesselring, Rita. (2018) At an extractive pace: Conflicting temporalities in a resettlement process in Solwezi, Zambia. The Extractive Industries and Society, 5 (2). pp. 237-244.

Kesselring, Rita. (2018) The Local State in a New Mining Area in Zambia's Northwestern Province. In: Extractive Industries and Changing State Dynamics in Africa: Beyond the Resource Curse. London, pp. 129-147.

Kesselring, Rita and Puwana, Zukiswa. (2018) Persistent Injuries, the Law and Politics: The South African Victims’ Support Group Khulumani and Its Struggle for Redress. In: Advocating Transitional Justice in Africa: The Role of Civil Society. Cham, pp. 91-110.

Koechlin, Lucy and Förster, Till. (2018) Secondary Cities and the Formation of Political Space in West and East Africa. In: The Palgrave Handbook of Urban Ethnography. Basingstoke, pp. 351-368.

Kesselring, Rita. (2017) Disenclaving the Planners’ Enclave: The housing project Kabitaka in Solwezi, Northwestern Zambia. Comparing the Copperbelt: Political Culture and Knowledge Production in Central Africa. Oxford.

Kesselring, Rita. (2017) Südafrika am Scheideweg. Erfüllen sich jetzt die Forderungen der Apartheidopfer? Göttingen.

Kesselring, Rita. (2017) How Can We Write about the Experience of Violence? Combined Academic Publishers Blog.

Kesselring, Rita and Babül, Elif and Goodale, Mark and Kelly, Tobias and Niezen, Ronald and Sapignoli, Maria and Wilson, Richard Ashby. (2017) The Future of Anthropology of Law. Emergent Conversation, 6. Berkeley, California.

Kaufmann, Andrea. (2017) Crafting a Better Future in Liberia. Hustling and Associational Life in Post-War Monrovia. Tsantsa, 22. pp. 37-46.

Kesselring, Rita. (2017) The Electricity Crisis in Zambia: blackouts and social stratification in new mining towns. Energy Research & Social Science, 30. pp. 94-102.

Kesselring, Rita. (2016) Searching for Social Change. Stanford University Press Blog. Stanford.

Kaiser-Grolimund, Andrea and Ammann, Carole and Staudacher, Sandra. (2016) Research Assistants: Invisible but Indispensable in Ethnographic Research. Tsantsa (21). pp. 132-136.

Kesselring, Rita. (2016) Alltag an der Minenfrontier. Afrika Süd. pp. 16-18. Bonn.

Kesselring, Rita. (2016) An Injury to One is an Injury to All? Class Actions in South African Courts and their Effects on Plaintiffs. PoLAR: Political and Legal Anthropology Review, 39 (S1). pp. 74-88.

Kesselring, Rita. (2016) Bodies of truth : law, memory, and emancipation in post-apartheid South Africa. Stanford studies in human rights. Stanford: Stanford University Press.

Kesselring, Rita. (2016) Zambia: Funktionierende Opposition am Puls der Rohstoffmärkte. Afrika Bulletin. p. 9. Basel.

Kesselring, Rita. (2015) Case pending : practices of inclusion and exclusion in a class of plaintiffs. Anthropology Southern Africa, 38 (1-2). pp. 16-28.

Kesselring, Rita. (2015) Cultural reproduction and memory : past, present and future. In: Explorations in African History. Basel, pp. 23-28.

Kesselring, Rita. (2015) Experiences of violence and the formation of the political : embodied memory and victimhood in South Africa. In: The politics of governance. New York, pp. 151-179.

Kesselring, Rita. (2015) Moments of Dislocation: Why the Body Matters in Ethnographic Research. Basel Papers on Political Transformations, (8).

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Oldenburg, Silke. (2015) The Politics of Love and Intimacy in Goma, Eastern DR Congo: Perspectives on the Market of Intervention as Contact Zone. Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding, 9 (3). pp. 316-333.

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Oldenburg, Silke. (2014) Bildung, Krieg und Jugend in Goma, DR Kongo. Afrika Süd (1). pp. 28-30.

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Siegenthaler, Fiona. (2017) Aesthetic Shifts in a Transforming City: Performative Acts and Gestures in the Urban Space of Johannesburg. In: Cities in Flux: Metropolitan Spaces in South African Literary and Visual Texts. Zürich, pp. 73-99.

Siegenthaler, Fiona. (2017) Contemporary African Art. In: Public Art in Africa. art et transformations urbaines à Douala = art and urban transformations in Douala. Geneva, pp. 3-15.

Siegenthaler, Fiona. (2017) Johannesburg: Vom Gold der Moderne zur Post-Apartheid Gegenwart / Johannesburg: From the Gold of Modernism to the Post-Apartheid Present. In: Inside the Carlton Hotel Johannesburg. Heidelberg, 8-17/18.

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Siegenthaler, Fiona. (2017) To Embrace or to Contest Urban Regeneration? Ambiguities of Artistic and Social Practice in Contemporary Johannesburg. Journal of Transcultural Studies (2). pp. 7-39.

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Siegenthaler, Fiona. (14 December 2016) Kampala Art Biennale - A Photo Essay. Journal of Arts and Culture. Navi Mumbai.

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Siegenthaler, Fiona. (2016) Representation and Beyond. Book Review 'Art and Trauma in Africa. Representations of Reconciliation in Music, Visual Arts, Literature and Film', edited by Lizelle Bisschoff and Stefanie Van de Peer. African Arts, 49 (3). pp. 92-93.

Siegenthaler, Fiona and Bettschen, Laura and Charles, Enrika. (2016) Report: Re-imagining African cities: The arts and urban politics (Basel, 11.-12.03.2016). SGAS Newsletter, (1). pp. 27-29.

Staudacher, Sandra and Kaiser-Grolimund, Andrea. (2016) WhatsApp in Ethnographic Research: Methodological Reflections on New Edges of the Field. Basel Papers on Political Transformations (10 Mobilities - In and out of Africa). pp. 24-40.

Siegenthaler, Fiona. (2015) On the Edge of Scrutinizing and Reproducing Urban Imaginations of Johannesburg. Review of 'Imagining the Edgy City: Writing, Performing, and Building Johannesburg' by Loren Kruger, Oxford: Oxford University Press 2013. Research in African Literatures, 46 (1). pp. 179-184.

Siegenthaler, Fiona. (2015) Post-Apartheid Johannesburg, sozialer Konflikt und künstlerische Interventionen. KOFF-Newsletter , (136). p. 8.

Siegenthaler, Fiona. (2015) Social Anthropology and Global Transformations. Report of the Annual Conference of the Swiss Ethnological Society in Basel, 30 Oct.-1 Nov. 2014. SGAS Newsletter (1). pp. 23-26.

Siegenthaler, Fiona. (2013) Imageries of Johannesburg – Visual Arts and Spatial Practices in a Transforming City. Eine interdisziplinäre Dissertation. SGAS Newsletter. pp. 31-34.

Siegenthaler, Fiona. (2013) Performing (in)visibilities in public space : reflections on the social and aesthetic agenda of contemporary performance art in Johannesburg. In: Living the city in Africa : processes of invention and intervention. Zürich, pp. 253-270.

Siegenthaler, Fiona. (2013) Towards an Ethnographic Turn in Contemporary Art Scholarship. Critical Arts: South-North Cultural and Media Studies, 27 (6, special issue 2). pp. 737-752.

Siegenthaler, Fiona. (2013) Visualizing the mental city : the exploration of cultural and subjective topographies by contemporary performance artists in Johannesburg. Research in African Literatures, 44 (2). pp. 163-176.

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Siegenthaler, Fiona. (2010) Schichten des Transitorischen : Oberflächen und Reflexionen in der zeitgenössischen Fotografie in Johannesburg. Kunsttexte.de, 2. pp. 1-14.

Siegenthaler, Fiona. (2009) Athi-Patra Ruga's performances : showing the invisible side of public space. In: Athi-Patra Ruga : the Works 2006-2009. Cape Town, pp. 7-15.

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