Here is the latest list of publications on Lusophone Africa, once again, a fascinating set of research and writing -- check out the articles on white cannibalism and on rhino horns in Iberia! -- and film-making (at the end of the list).
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Joshua Galjour, Philip J. Havik, Peter Aaby, Amabelia Rodrigues, Laura Hoemeke, Michael J. Deml, Jinkou Zhao, and Emmanuel Kabengele Mpinga, “Chronic political instability and HIV/AIDS response in Guinea‑Bissau: a qualitative study,” Infectious Diseases of Poverty 10 (2021), open access, https://doi.org/10.1186/s40249-021-00854-z
Josh Galjour, Philip J. Havik, Peter Aaby, Amabelia Rodrigues, and Emmanuel Kabengele Mpinga, “Chronic political instability and the implementation of the HIV/AIDS response in Guinea-Bissau from 2000 to 2015: a systematic review of the intersections of politics and epidemiology,” Tropical Medicine and Infectious Disease 6, 1 (2021).
Ruth Castel-Branco, “Improvising an E-state: The Struggle for Cash Transfer Digitalization in Mozambique,” Development and Change (2021), prepublication https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/dech.12665
Jelmer Vos and Paulo Teodoro de Matos, “The Demography of Slavery in the Coffee Districts of Angola, c. 1800–70,” Journal of African History (2021), pre-publication doi:10.1017/S0021853721000396
Vanessa de Pacheco Melo & Paul Jenkins, “Peri-Urban Expansion in the Maputo City Region: Land Access and Middle-Class Advances,” Journal of Southern African Studies (2021) DOI: 10.1080/03057070.2021.1939499
Julie Soleil Archambault, “In Pursuit of Fitness: Bodywork, Temporality and Self-Improvement in Mozambique,” Journal of Southern African Studies (2021) DOI: 10.1080/03057070.2021.1934264
Cruz S. Sebastião, Joana Morais, and Miguel Brito, “Factors Influencing HIV Drug Resistance among Pregnant Women in Luanda, Angola: Findings from a Cross-Sectional Study,” Tropical Medicine and Infectious Disease 6, 1 (2021) https://www.mdpi.com/2414-6366/6/1/29
Philip J. Havik & José Pedro Monteiro, “Portugal, the World Health Organisation and the Regional Office for Africa: From Founding Member to Outcast (1948–1966),” The Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History (2021), pre-publication,
Inês Vieira Gomes, “Women photographers in Angola and Mozambique (1909-1950): A history of an absence,” in Women and Photography in Africa: Creative Practices and Feminist Challenges, edited by Darren Newbury, Lorena Rizzo, and Kylie Thomas (Routledge,
Manuel Barcia, “White Cannibalism in the Illegal Slave Trade: The Peculiar Case of the Portuguese Schooner Arrogante in 1837,” New West Indian Guide / Nieuwe West-Indische Gids (2021), pre-publication view, https://brill.com/view/journals/nwig/aop/article-10.1163-22134360-bja10002/article-10.1163-22134360-bja10002.xml
Andrea Vacha, “Iconography of Gungunhana: representations of the black king in Portugal (1890-1940),” Práticas da História 12 (2021): 53-93 https://praticasdahistoria.pt/article/view/24950
Adam Simmons, “The African Adoption of the Portuguese Crusade during the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries,” The Historical Journal (2021) pre-publication, open access, doi:10.1017/S0018246X21000510
Cameron McCordic, Liam Riley, and Inês Raimundo, “Household food security in Maputo: the role of gendered access to education and employment,” Development Southern Africa 38, 5 (2021): 816-827, https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/0376835X.2021.1932423
Cameron McCordic and Bruce Frayne, “The Network of Household Barriers to Achieving SDG 1, 2 and 3 in Maputo, Mozambique,” Journal of Hunger & Environmental Nutrition (2020) prepublication, https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/19320248.2020.1848686
Lúcio Neto Amado, História da Educação no arquipélago de São Tomé e Príncipe (1470-1975) – Ensino Secundário (Lisbon: Edições Colibi, 2021) https://www.fnac.pt/Historia-da-Educacao-no-Arquipelago-de-Sao-Tome-e-Principe-Lucio-Neto-Amado/a1679542
António Bondoso, O Meu País do Sul [São Tomé e Príncipe] (Edições Esgotadas, 2021) Article about the book launch: https://www.telanon.info/cultura/2021/07/07/34692/lancamento-do-livro-o-meu-pais-do-sul-de-antonio-bondoso-na-uccla/
João Manuel Rocha, “ABC-Diário de Angola – um baluarte da oposição possível na imprensa colonial portuguesa dos anos 1960,” Revista de História das Ideias 39 (2021): 301-324 (special issue, História em regimes ditatoriais) https://impactum-journals.uc.pt/rhi/article/view/7272
Bruno A. Martinho, “Rhino Horns and Scraps of Unicorn: The Sense of Touch and the Consumption of Rhino Horns in Early Modern Iberia,” Luxury 8, 1 (2021): 77-103, DOI: 10.1080/20511817.2021.1877000
Víctor Barros, “Estado Novo e as comemorações do duplo centenário nas colónias,” Revista de História das Ideias 39 (2021): 141-173 (special issue, História em regimes ditatoriais) https://impactum-journals.uc.pt/rhi/article/view/8618
Diana Simões, “A Diáspora como Base da Identidade Cabo-Verdiana em Ilhéu dos Pássaros, de Orlanda Amarílis, e Chiquinho, de Baltasar Lopes,” Portuguese Literary and Cultural Studies 33 (2020, published June 2021), special issue on Ocean Crossings, open access, https://ojs.lib.umassd.edu/index.php/plcs/issue/view/plcs33
Isabel Castro Heriques, Roteiro Histórico de uma Lisboa Africana Séculos XV-XXI / Historical Guide to an African Lisbon – 15th To 21st Century (Edições Colibri, 2021) https://www.edi-colibri.pt/Detalhes.aspx?ItemID=2568 and https://www.edi-colibri.pt/Detalhes.aspx?ItemID=2567
Denise Maria Malauene, “A history of music and politics in Mozambique from the 1890s to the present,” Ph.D. diss., University of Minnesota, 2021 https://www.proquest.com/openview/540d441544dbdfb31b1949f330f70175/1
Blogs and News:
Claude de Baissac, “Islamic attacks in Mozambique threaten regional stability,” and other reports in BusinessLive (June 28, 2021), Joseph Hanlon has pulled together a series of four reports from the South African news outlet Business Live at this site:
Mariana Carneiro, “1 de julho de 1970: Início da Operação Nó Górdio,” Esquerda (1 de Julho, 2021) https://www.esquerda.net/artigo/1-de-julho-de-1970-inicio-da-operacao-no-gordio/75355
Catherine Byaruhanga, “Mozambique Palma attack: ‘I had to pay a bribe to flee’,” BBC News (27 May 2021) https://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-57254543
Fatima Manji, “Militant resurgence in Mozambique’s oil and gas rich province of Cabo Delgado,” Channel 4 News (July 2, 2021) https://www.channel4.com/news/islamic-militant-resurgence-in-mozambiques-oil-and-gas-rich-province-of-cabo-delgado
Joseph Hanlon, “Turning Mozambique into a mafia, resource-cursed state,” The Round Table: The Commonwealth Journal of International Affairs 110, 3 (2021): 405-406, available here: https://www.open.ac.uk/technology/mozambique/sites/www.open.ac.uk.technology.mozambique/files/files/Round%20Table%20Hanlon%20-%20Turning%20Mozambique%20into%20a%20mafia%2C%20resource%20curse%20state.pdf
Borges Nhamirre, “Mozambicans divided over Rwandan deployment,” ISS Today (Institute for Security Studies) (19 Jul 2021) https://issafrica.org/iss-today/mozambicans-divided-over-rwandan-deployment
J. Z. Hines, R. Thompson, C. Toledo, et al., “Prevalence of Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision for HIV Infection Prevention — Chókwè District, Mozambique, 2014–2019,” MMWR Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report 70, 26 (July 2, 2021): 942–946. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15585/mmwr.mm7026a2
United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), “Mozambique: Humanitarian Response Plan 2021,” (OCHA, 2020) link to download this report, and to a list of other related reports, https://www.humanitarianresponse.info/en/operations/mozambique/
José Tembe, reporting for BBC News, has nearly daily reports on Mozambique, available online: https://www.bbc.com/news/topics/cjnwl8q4x1lt/mozambique
Films about women in Mozambique. These films are a bit older, but were just made available on YouTube in 2020.
Mulheres na política, direção de Licínio Azevedo e Gabriel Mondlane, 2013, 56min.
Na dobra da capulana, direção de Camilo de Souza e Isabel Noronha, 2014, 30min.