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Brambilla, Chiara (2007), "Borders and Identities/Border Identities: the Angola-Namibia Border and the Plurivocality of the Kwanyama Identity”, in: Journal of Borderlands Studies, vol. 22, n. 2, Fall 2007, pp. 21-38.

Brambilla, Chiara (2007), Voci di frontiera: borderscape creativi e geografie pluriversali. Il caso della frontiera Angola/Namibia e l’identità kwanyama", in: Afriche e Orienti, 3-4/07.

Dobler, Gregor (2008) 'Boundary-drawing and the notion of territoriality in pre-colonial and early colonial Ovamboland.' Journal of Namibian Studies 3, 7-30.
Keywords: Namibia,History,Territory

Dobler, Gregor (2008) 'From Scotch Whisky to Chinese Sneakers. International commodity flows and trade networks in Oshikango, Namibia.' Africa 78, 3: 410-432.
Keywords: Trade,Namibia,China,Brazil,Pakistan,Migration

Dobler, Gregor (2009) 'Oshikango: the dynamics of growth and regulation in a Northern Namibian boom town.' Journal of Southern African Studies 35/1: 115-131.
Keywords: Namibia,Angola,Politics,Regulation,Trade

Dobler, Gregor (2009): Chinese shops and the formation of a Chinese expatriate community in Namibia. China Quarterly 199, 707-727.
Keywords: Namibia,China,Migration,Trade

Dobler, Gregor (2009) 'Solidarity, Xenophobia and the Regulation of Chinese businesses in Oshikango, Namibia.' In: Chris Alden, Daniel Large, Ricardo Soares de Oliveira (eds.): China Returns to Africa. London: Hurst: 237-255.
Keywords: Namibia,China,Migration,Trade

Dobler, G. (2009) 'Oshikango: The Dynamics of Growth and Regulation in a Namibian Boom Town', Journal of Southern African Studies, 35(1), pp. 115-131
Keywords: Namibia,Angola,Osikango,Boom Town

Dobler, Gregor (2010) 'On the border to chaos: identity formation on the Angolan-Namibian border, 1927-2008.' Journal of Borderland Studies 25/2: 22-35.
Keywords: Namibia,Angola,History,Identity

Dobler, Gregor (2014) 'Traders and Trade in Colonial Ovamboland, 1925-1990. Elite Formation and the Politics of Consumption under Indirect Rule and Apartheid.' Basel, Basel Africa Bibliographies.
Keywords: trade,elite,consumption,Namibia,Angola

Zeller, Wolfgang (2007): Chiefs, Policing and Vigilantes: “Cleaning up” the Caprivi Borderland of Namibia, in Lars Buur and Helene Maria Kyed (eds.): A New Dawn for Traditional Authorities? State Recognition and Democratization in Sub-Saharan Africa, Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan.
Keywords: Namibia,Caprivi,traditional authority,security,smuggling,policing,vigilantes,cattle rustling

Zeller, Wolfgang and Bennett Kangumu Kangumu (2007): ‘From Apartheid Bantustan to Namibia's Socio-economic Tail-Light: Caprivi Under Old and New Indirect Rule’, in Henning Melber (ed.): Transitions in Namibia. Which change for whom?, Uppsala: Nordic Africa Institute.
Keywords: Namibia,Caprivi,colonial boundary-making

Zeller, Wolfgang (2009): 'Danger and Opportunity in Katima Mulilo: A Namibian Border Boomtown at Transnational Crossroads', Journal of Southern African Studies 35 (1) 133 - 154.
Keywords: Namibia,Zambia,Caprivi,WeLozi,boom town,border town,transport corridor,road,bridge,smuggling,Caprivi,Western Province,Namibia,Zambia,Katima Mulilo

Zeller, Wolfgang (2010): 'Neither Arbitrary nor Artificial: Lozi Chiefs and the Making of the Namibia-Zambia Borderland'. Journal of Borderland Studies. 25(2). 6-21.
Keywords: Namibia,Zambia,Caprivi,Western Province,Lozi,Barotseland,traditional authority,colonial boundary-making