You will find related titles below which you can enjoy with a 40% discount when entering code BB084 at the checkout.
Discount expires 30 November, 2022.

Have a look at our different call for manuscripts and get in touch with our James Currey editor Jaqueline Mitchell on [email protected] with any questions.

Across the Copperbelt

Edited by Miles Larmer, Enid Guene and Benoît Henriet

Africa Rising?

by Ian Taylor

African Urban Spaces in Historical Perspective

Edited by Steven Salm and Toyin Falola

ALT 40

Edited by Ernest N. Emenyonu

Architecture and Politics in Africa

Edited by Joanne Tomkinson, Daniel Mulugeta and Julia Gallagher

An Architecture of Education

by Angel David Nieves

At the Crossroads

by Rebecca Jones

Brazil-Africa Relations

Edited by Gerhard Seibert and Paulo Fagundes Visentini

Competing Catholicisms

by Jean Luc Enyegue SJ

Contested Sustainability

Edited by Stefano Ponte, Christine Noe and Dan Brockington

Decolonising State & Society in Uganda

Edited by Katherine Bruce-Lockhart, Jonathon L. Earle, Nakanyike B. Musisi and Edgar C. Taylor

Disability Rights and Inclusiveness in Africa

Edited by Jeff D. Grischow and Magnus Mfoafo-M'Carthy

Electricity in Africa

by Christopher Gore

Ethiopian Warriorhood

by Tsehai Berhane-Selassie

Faith, Power and Family

by Charlotte Walker-Said

Imperialism and Development

by Nicholas Westcott

Islam in Uganda

by Joseph Kasule


by Julian Brown

Movements, Borders, and Identities in Africa

Edited by Toyin Falola and Aribidesi Usman

Nairobi in the Making

by Constance Smith


by John Kinahan

Overcoming Boko Haram

Edited by Abdul Raufu Mustapha and Kate Meagher

Pokot Pastoralism

by Hauke-Peter Vehrs

Reel Resistance - The Cinema of Jean-Marie Teno

by Melissa Thackway and Jean-Marie Teno

The Road to Soweto

by Julian Brown


by Chege Githiora

Sudan Looks East

Edited by Daniel Large and Luke A. Patey

Sufi City

by Eric Ross

They Called You Dambudzo

by Flora Veit-Wild

Transport Corridors in Africa

Edited by Hugh Lamarque and Paul Nugent

Walking with Asafo in Ghana

by Ama Oforiwaa Aduonum

Written under the Skin

by Carli Coetzee