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Adelowo, Adesola. Mobility and Livelihoods of Tourism Service Workers at Kristenbosch National Botanical Garden in Cape Town. 2020, Master Thesis, University of Basel, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences.

Aeschlimann, Mickness Eliakunda. To What Extent has the Female Participation in Microfinance Programs Led to a Change in Gender Relations at the Household Level? An Ethnography of Neema Women SACCOS in Igota Village, Ulanga District, Tanzania. 2020, Master Thesis, University of Basel, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences.

Ajayi, Oluwasooto. African Voices in the African Rising Narrative. A qualitative study on scholary literature and personal perceptions of the Africa Rising Narrative. 2020, Master Thesis, University of Basel, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences.

Arlt, Veit and Schmid, Pascal. (2016) Obituary: Prof. Emer. Patrick Harries (1950–2016). Newsletter der Schweizerischen Gesellschaft für Afrikastudien, (1). pp. 8-9.

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Baez-Camargo, Claudia and Costa, Jacopo and Stahl, Cosimo and Kassa, Saba. (2022) Informal networks and anti-corruption. Quick Guide Series, (23). Basel.

Baez-Camargo, Claudia. (2022) Developing anti-corruption interventions addressing social norms: Lessons from a field pilot in Tanzania. Working Paper, 40. Basel.

Baez-Camargo, Claudia and Costa, Jacopo and Kassa, Saba. (2022) Informal networks and what they mean for anti-corruption practice. Policy brief, (9). Basel.

Baez-Camargo, Claudia and Costa, Jacopo and Hans, Vanessa and Koechlin, Lucy and Wannenwetsch, Scarlet. (2021) It takes a network to defeat a network: What Collective Action practitioners can learn from research into corrupt networks. Policy Brief, (8).

Baez-Camargo, Claudia and Costa, Jacopo and Koechlin, Lucy and Mukono, Danstan and Lugolobi, Robert. (2021) Informal networks as investment in East Africa. Basel.

Baez-Camargo, Claudia and Dufitumukiza, Abel and Kamanyi, Egidius and Lugolobi, Robert and Kassa, Saba and Stahl, Cosimo. (2019) Social Norms and Attitudes Towards Corruption: Comparative Insights from East Africa. In: Corruption, Social Sciences and the Law. Exploration across the disciplines. London, pp. 223-237.

Baez-Camargo, Claudia. (2018) Harnessing the power of communities against corruption. 4.

Baez-Camargo, Claudia and Koechlin, Lucy. (2018) Informal Governance: Comparative Perspectives on Co-optation, Control and Camouflage in Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda. International Development Policy, 10. pp. 78-100.

Baez Camargo, Claudia and Bukuluki, Paul and Lugolobi, Robert and Stahl, Cosimo and Kassa, Saba. (2017) Behavioural influences on attitudes towards petty corruption. A Study of Social Norms and Mental Models in Uganda.

Baez Camargo, Claudia and Sambaiga, Richard and Kamanyi, Egidius and Stahl, Cosimo and Kassa, Saba. (2017) Behavioural influences on attitudes towards petty corruption. A Study of Social Norms and Mental Models in Tanzania.

Baez-Camargo, Claudia and Gatwa, Tharcisse and Dufitumukiza, Abel and Stahl, Cosimo and Kassa, Saba. (2017) Behavioural influences on attitudes towards petty corruption. A Study of Social Norms, Automatic Thinking and Mental Models in Rwanda.

Baez-Camargo, C. and Stahl, Franzisca. (2016) Participatory monitoring: A practitioner's handbook.

Baez-Camargo, Claudia and Stahl, Frazisca. (2016) Social accountability: A practitioner's handbook. Basel.

Baez-Camargo, Claudia and Jacobs, Eelco. (2012) Using power and influence analysis to address corruption risks: the case of the Ugandan drug supply chain. 6.

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Costa, Jacopo. (2021) Social network analysis applied to illegal wildlife trade between East Africa and Southeast Asia.

Costa, Jacopo. (2020) Examining wildlife trafficking networks in East Africa through the lens of social network analysis. Basel.

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Dietschi, Irène and Obrist, Brigit and van Eeuwijk, Piet. (8 December 2014) Afrika altert schnell. Horizonte - Das Schweizer Forschungsmagazin SNF. p. 35.

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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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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.

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

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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.

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

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

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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Jäggi, Peter and van Eeuwijk, Piet. (8 February 2014) Es war einmal in Afrika... St. Galler Tagblatt Online & TagesWoche. pp. 1-4.

Jäggi, Peter and van Eeuwijk, Piet. (2013) Altersbeben in Afrika.

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Kassa, Saba and Costa, Jacopo and Lugolobi, Robert and Baez Camargo, Claudia. (2021) Reducing the social acceptability of wildlife trafficking through behaviour change interventions. Policy Brief, 7.

Kassa, Saba and Costa, Jacopo and Lugolobi, Robert and Baez Camargo, Claudia. (2020) A worm's-eye view of wildlife trafficking in Uganda - the path of least resistance. Working Paper, (33). Basel.

Kassa, Saba and Costa, Jacopo and Lugolobi, Robert and Baez Camargo, Claudia. (2020) Curbing wildlife trafficking in Uganda: lessons for practitioners. Policy Brief, (5). Basel.

Kaiser-Grolimund, Andrea. (2020) Transfigurations of aging: Everyday self-care in a civil servant milieu of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Medicine Anthropology Theory, 7 (1). pp. 136-157.

Kassa, Saba and Costa, Jacopo and Baez-Camargo, Claudia. (2019) Corruption and wildlife trafficking: exploring drivers, facilitators and networks behind illegal wildlife trade in East Africa. Working Paper, 30.

Kassa, Saba and Baez-Camargo, Claudia. (2017) Social Norms, Mental Models and other Behavioural Drivers of Petty Corruption - the Case of Tanzania. Policy Brief, (4).

Kassa, Saba and Stahl, Cosimo and Baez-Camargo, Claudia. (2017) Social Norms, Mental Models and other Behavioural Drivers of Petty Corruption - the Case of Rwanda. Policy Brief, (3).

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Lenggenhager, Luregn and Bloemertz, Lena and Nghitevelekwa, Romie. (2021) Turning Land into Money : Land, Inequality, and Reforms in Namibia. Review of Agrarian Studies, 11 (1).

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Michel, Janet and Stuckelberger, Astrid and Tediosi, Fabrizio and Evans, David and van Eeuwijk, Piet. (2019) The roles of grandmother in Africain societies: please do not send them to old people's homes. Journal of global health, 9 (1). 010306.

Manderson, L. and Cartwright, E. and Hardon, A. and Van Eeuwijk, P. and Obrist, B. and Leibing, A. and Toulson, R. E.. (2016) Endings. In: Routledge Handbook of Medical Anthropology, 9. Oxford, pp. 186-207.

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Obrist, Brigit and Van Eeuwijk, Piet. (2020) Medical anthropology in, of, for and with Africa: Three hotspots. Medical Anthropology. p. 13.

Orschulko, Anja. More than a Health Insurance? An exploration of health-related and non-health- related uses of the Improved Community Health Fund amongst micro-finance beneficiaries in Igota Village, Ulanga District, Tanzania. 2020, Master Thesis, University of Basel, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences.

Obrist, B. and Pfeiffer, C. and van Eeuwijk, P. and Gerold, J. and Sambaiga, R. and Simon, V.. (2012) Resilience : a north-south dialogue on the youth and the elderly in Ghana and Tanzania. Anthropology news, Vol. 53, H. 1 , S1-S5.

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Perniola, Raffaele. Tsuku Tsuku Says the Black Train. Remembering the Railway in Namibia. 2020, Master Thesis, University of Basel, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences.

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Rechsteiner, Tibor. In Senegal, Our Problem Is To Master The Water. Drip irrigation from recycled plastic for smallholder farmers as a socio-technical system. 2020, Master Thesis, University of Basel, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences.

Roulet, Lisa. Khuan//a - The Framing/Making of an Iconic Portrait. 2020, Master Thesis, University of Basel, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences.

Rensing, Julia. Namibia-Germany: A Post-Colonial Heterotopia? Narratives and Negotiations of Colonial Legacies in Namibia and Germany. Doctoral Thesis, University of Basel, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences.

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Stahl, Cosimo. (2022) Behavioural insights and anti-corruption. Executive summary of a practitioner-tailored review of the latest evidence (2016-2022).

Stahl, Cosimo. (2021) Gendered corruption: Initial insights into sextortion and double bribery affecting female businesswomen in Malawi. Basel.

Schlumpf, Sandra. (2021) Spanisch in Afrika/Afrika in Spanien. Sprachliche Charakteristika von Spanischsprecherinnen und Spanischsprechern aus Äquatorialguinea in Madrid. Romanistisches Jahrbuch, 72 (1). pp. 339-387.

Schlumpf-Thurnherr, Sandra. (2021) De castizar a disparar o ¿cómo hablan los guineoecuatorianos el español? Terminología metalingüística y reflexiones teórico-ideológicas a partir de un corpus de entrevistas sociolingüísticas. RILEX. Revista sobre investigaciones léxicas, 4 (3). pp. 11-51.

Schlumpf-Thurnherr, Sandra. (2020) African languages and Spanish among Equatoguineans in Madrid. Spanish in context, 17 (1). pp. 108-130.

Schlumpf-Thurnherr, Sandra. (2020) El español hablado por los bubis y los fang de Guinea Ecuatorial. Valoraciones desde la comunidad guineoecuatoriana en Madrid. Lengua y migración/Language and migration, 12 (1). pp. 103-125.

Staudacher, Sandra and Kaiser-Grolimund, Andrea. (2020) Triangles of Care in Transnational Spaces of Aging: Social Engagements between Urban Tanzania, Oman and the United States. In: The Cultural Context of Aging: Worldwide Perspectives. Santa Barbara, pp. 633-656.

Stirnimann, Rahel. The Working Experiences of former Ethiopian Domestic Workers in Saudi Arabia and their Impact on Future Migrant Choices. 2020, Master Thesis, University of Basel, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences.

Schlumpf-Thurnherr, Sandra. (2019) Construcción del colectivo guineoecuatoriano en España a través de la prensa: El País y La Vanguardia (2010-2018). Discurso & Sociedad, 13 (2). pp. 287-324.

Stahl, Cosimo and Kassa, Saba. (2018) The Ambivalence of Social Networks and their Role in Spurring and Potential for Curbing Petty Corruption. Comparative Insights from East Africa. Working Paper Series, 26.

Schlumpf-Thurnherr, Sandra. (2018) Guineoecuatorianos en Madrid: actitudes hacia su propio español y el español madrileño. Lengua y migración/Language and migration, 10 (2). pp. 7-31.

Schmid, Pascal. (2018) Davos of Ghana? Local, national and international perspectives on tuberculosis treatment and control (ca. 1920-1965). In: Science, Africa and Europe: Processing Information and Creating Knowledge. London; New York, pp. 208-236.

Schmid, Pascal. (2018) Medicine, Faith and Politics in Agogo. a history of health care delivery in rural Ghana, ca. 1925 to 1980. Swiss African Studies / Schweizerische Afrikastudien / Etudes africaines suisses,, 13. Wien.

Siegenthaler, Fiona. (2018) Co-optation as an Imaginative Act: Art-related Initiatives and Social Space in Kampala. Social Dynamics, 44 (3). pp. 526-544.

Siegenthaler, Fiona and Förster, Till. (2018) Re-imagining African cities. the arts and urban politics. Social Dynamics, 3. London.

Siegenthaler, Fiona. (7 June 2017) Afrikanisches Kulturschaffen in Basel: Über Kontextsensibilität in einer globalisierten Kunstwelt. A* Magazine: Art, Africa, Analysis. pp. 4-8. Basel.

Stahl, Cosimo and Kassa, Saba and Baez-Camargo, Claudia. (2017) EARF Corruption, Social Norms and Behaviours in East Africa. Drivers of Petty Corruption and Anti-Corruption Interventions in Developing Countries - a Semi-Systematic Review.

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.

Siegenthaler, Fiona. (2017) Kunst und sozialer Raum in afrikanischen Städten: Öffentlichkeit, Praxis und Imagination. Regio Basiliensis, 58 (3). pp. 183-191.

Siegenthaler, Fiona and Herzog, Dunja. (2017) Artistic Practice and Art Publics in Africa: Exit Tour. In: Public Art in Africa. art et transformations urbaines à Douala = art and urban transformations in Douala. Geneva, pp. 8-23.

Schlumpf, Sandra. (2016) Hacia el reconocimiento del español de Guinea Ecuatorial. Estudios de Lingüística del Español, 37. pp. 217-233.

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.

Schmid, Pascal. (2015) From Swiss Imperialism to Postcolonial Switzerland. In: Explorations in African History: Reading Patrick Harries. Basel, pp. 15-17.

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.

Schmid, Pascal. (2013) Mission Medicine in a Decolonising Health Care System: Agogo Hospital, Ghana, 1945-1980. Ghana Studies, 15/16. pp. 287-329.

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) 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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Vahekeni, Nina and Neto, Pedro Menezes and Kayimbo, Malilo Kaluiji and Mäser, Pascal and Josenando, Théophile and da Costa, Esperança and Falquet, Jacques and Van Eeuwijk, Piet. (2020) Use of herbal remedies in the management of sleeping sickness in four northern provinces of Angola. Journal of Ethnopharmacology. p. 20.

Van Eeuwijk, Piet. (2019) Von Ayahuasca bis Critical Global Health: Wandel und Beständigkeit in der medizinethnologischen Lehre. Curare, 42 (1+2). pp. 101-105.

Van Eeuwijk, Piet. (2018) Herausforderungen für die Gesundheitszusammenarbeit : Altern und Gesundheit. Mosambik Rundbrief, 96. pp. 16-18.

Van Eeuwijk, Piet. (2017) Medizinethnologie und Kulturen des Alter(n)s. Angewandte Gerontologie appliquée, 2 (1). pp. 11-14.

Van Eeuwijk, Piet. (2017) When Religion Matters: Aging, Health and Care in Indonesia and Tanzania. In: Religion and Aging: Intercultural and Interdisciplinary Explorations. Leipzig, pp. 71-98.

Van Eeuwijk, Piet. (2016) Altern und Gesundheit im globalen Süden im 21. Jahrhundert. Bulletin Medicus Mundi Switzerland, 139. pp. 1-14.

Van Eeuwijk, Piet. (2016) Elderly providing care for elderly in Tanzania : against conventions – but accepted. In: Ageing in Sub-Saharan Africa. Spaces and Practices of Care. Bristol, pp. 71-95.

Van Eeuwijk, Piet and Obrist, Brigit. (2016) Becoming old and frail in coastal Tanzania. In: The Routledge Handbook of Medical Anthropology. New York, Oxford, pp. 189-192.

van Eeuwijk, Piet. (2014) The elderly providing care for the elderly in Tanzania and Indonesia : making 'elder to elder' care visible. Sociologus. Neue Folge, Jg. 64, H. 1. pp. 29-52.

Van Eeuwijk, Piet. (2011) Altern in Unsicherheit : Gesundheit und Pflege von alten Menschen in Indonesien und Tansania. In: Alter: unbekannt. Bielefeld, pp. 83-111.

Van Eeuwijk, Piet. (1 May 2010) Resilience in Tanzania. Ageing and Development, 27. p. 5.

Van Eeuwijk, Piet. (2003) Alter, Gesundheit und Health Transition in den Ländern des Südens : eine ethnologische Perspektive. In: Kulturelle Dimensionen der Medizin : Ethnomedizin, Medizinethnologie, medical anthropology. Berlin, pp. 229-250.

Van Eeuwijk, Piet. (2002) [Rezension von] Christine Paulsen, Pflanzenmedizin in einer Dorfgemeinschaft im Südwesten Madagaskars : 1999. Anthropos, 97 (2). pp. 623-624.

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