Anthropology and the British Empire in Africa
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- Stocking, G. W. (1991). Colonial situations: essays on the contextualization of ethnographic knowledge. Madison, Wis., University of Wisconsin Press.
- Tilley, H. and R. J. Gordon (2007). Ordering Africa: anthropology, European imperialism and the politics of knowledge. Manchester, ManchesterUniversity Press.
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British Social Anthropology
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- Langham, I. (1981). The building of British social anthropology: W.H.R.Rivers and his Cambridge disciples in the development of kinship studies, 1898-1931. Dordrecht, Holland; Boston, U.S.A.
- Radcliffe-Brown, A. R. (1965). Structure and function in primitive society; essays and addresses. New York, The Free Press.
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Colonial Origins of the ManchesterSchool
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- Gluckman, M. (1963). Order and rebellion in tribal Africa; collected essays, with an autobiographical introd. London,, Cohen & West.
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Anthropologists and Missionaries
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- Comaroff, J. and J. L. Comaroff (1991). Of revelation and revolution: Christianity, colonialism and consciousness in southern Africa. Chicago, Vol. 1. University of Chicago Press.
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- Etherington, N. (1978). Preachers, peasants, and politics in southeast Africa, 1835-1880: African Christian communities in Natal, Pondoland, and Zululand. London, Royal Historical Society.
- Landau, P. S. (1995). The realm of the word: language, gender, and Christianity in a Southern African kingdom. Portsmouth, NH
- Pels, Peter (1999). A politics of presence: contacts between missionaries and Waluguru in late colonial Tanganyika. Amsterdam, Holland, Harwood Academic Publishers.
- Meyer, B. (1999). Translating the Devil: religion and modernity among the Ewe in Ghana. Trenton, NJ, Africa World Press.
- Peel, J. D. Y. (2000). Religious encounter and the making of the Yoruba. Bloomington, Indiana University Press.