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Adejuyigbe, O (1989) “Identity and Characteristics of Borderlands in Africa.”, in A.I. Asiwaju and P.O. Adeniyi, eds. Borderlands in Africa. Lagos University Press.
Keywords: Identity

Alvarez, R. (1995) 'The Mexico-US Border: The making of Anthropology in the borderlands'. Annual Review of Anthropology, 24: pp. 447-470
Keywords: Mexico,USA,Anthropology

Asiwaju, A. (2000) ‘Fragmentation or Integration:  What Future for African Boundaries’?  in Pratt, M.A. and J.A. Brown, eds. Borderlands Under Stress, London: Kluwer Law International.

Baud, M and Van Schendel, W. (1997) 'Toward a comparative history of borderlands'. Journal of World History, 8(2): 211-242

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.

Brunet-Jailly, Emmanuel (2011) 'Borders, Borderlands and Theory: An Introduction.' Geopolitics 16(1):1-6.
Keywords: borders,borderlands,theory

Coplan, D. (2010) ‘First Meets Third: Analysing Inequality along the US-Mexico and South Africa-Lesotho borders’, Journal of Borderlands Studies, 25(2)
Keywords: Mexico,Lesotho,Comparative,Inequality

From Empiricism to Theory in African Border Studies, Special issue, Journal of Borderlands Studies, 25.2. 2010

Feyissa, Dereje and Markus V. Hoehne (2010) 'State Borders and Borderlands as Resources: An Analytical Framework', in Dereje Feyissa and Markus V. Hoehne (eds.) Borders and borderlands as Resources in the Horn of Africa. London: James Currey, pp. 1-25.

Feyissa, D and Hoehne, M. (2008) ‘Resourcing State Borders and Borderlands in the Horn of Africa’, Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology Working Papers, no. 107
Keywords: Horn

Feyissa, D. and Hoehne, M. (2010) Borders and borderlands as Resources in the Horn of Africa. London: James Currey.
Keywords: Horn,Resources

Gordon, D. (2001) ‘Owners of the Land and Lunda Lords: Colonial Chiefs in the Borderlands of Northern Rhodesia and the Belgian Congo,’ International Journal of African Historical Studies  34(2): 315-37.

Hoehne, M.V. (2010) People and Politics along and across the Somaliland-Puntland Border. In Dereje Feyissa and Markus V. Hoehne (eds.), Borders and borderlands as Resources in the Horn of Africa. London: James Currey, pp. 97-121.
Keywords: Somaliland,Puntland

Impey, Angela (2006). 'Sounding Place in the Western Maputaland Borderlands.' Journal for the Musical Arts in Africa. Vol. 3:55-79

Impey, Angela (2008). 'Sound, memory and dis/placement: Exploring sound, song and performance as oral history in the southern African borderlands.' Oral History Journal, UK (Spring 2008) Vol. 36 No.1:33-44

Little, P.D. (2005) ‘Pastoralism in a Stateless Environment:  The Case of the Southern Somali Borderlands’, Geography Research Forum 25 (December Issue): 128-147.

Miles, W.F.S. (2014). Scars of Partition Postcolonial Legacies in French and British Borderlands. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press. Download
Keywords: comparative borderland studies

Miles, W.F.S. (2015) "Postcolonial Borderland Legacies of Anglo–French Partition in West Africa." African Studies Review 58:3 (2015), pp. 191-213.
Keywords: Borders,borderlands,boundaries,colonialism,decolonization,partition ;

Momoh, C.S. (1989) “A Critique of Borderland Theories”, in A.I. Asiwaju and P.O. Adeniyi, eds. Borderlands in Africa. Lagos UP

Newman, D. (2003) ‘On Borders and Power: A Theoretical Framework’, Journal of Borderlands Studies, 18(1), 13-25
Keywords: Power

Nugent, P. (2003) Smugglers, Secessionists and Loyal Citizens of the Ghana-Togo Frontier: The Lie of the Borderlands Since 1914. James Currey, Ohio University Press and Sub-Saharan Publishers.

Nugent, P. (2005) "A regional melting-pot: the Ewe and their neighbours in the Ghana-Togo borderlands", pp.29-43 in The Ewe of Togo and Benin, (ed.)
Benjamin Lawrance. Accra: Woeli publishers.

Nugent, P. (2007) (forthcoming). " Cyclical history in the Gambia/Casamance
borderlands: refuge, settlement and Islam from c.1880 to the present",
Journal of African History, 3.

Paasi, Anssi (1996) 'Territories, Boundaries and Consciousness. The Changing Geographies of the Finnish-Russian border.' Chichester: John Wiley and Sons.
Keywords: territory,theory,borders,borderlands,Finland,Russia

Popescu, Gabriel (2012) 'Bordering and Ordering the 21st Century. Understanding Borders.' Plymouth: Rowman and Littlefield.
Keywords: borders,borderlands,theory

ROQUE, A. C. (2013) “Sources for the history of the southern border of Mozambique: The archives of the Portuguese Commission of Cartography” in WOLPUTTE, Steven van (coord.), Borderlands and frontiers in Africa, LIT Verlag, Berlin , 2013:23-54
Keywords:  Mozambique,South Africa, Borders,Cartography,Archives

Rosas, G. (2006) ‘The Thickening Borderlands: Diffused Exceptionality and ‘Immigrant Social Struggles during the ‘War on Terror’, Cultural Dynamics, 18(3), pp. 335-349
Keywords: Immigration,war on terror

Scorgie, L. (2013). 'Prominent peripheries: the role of borderlands in Central Africa's regionalized conflict.' Journal of Critical African Studies, 5 (1), 32-47. Download

Simala, K., Amutabi, M. (2005) Small Arms, Cattle Raiding and Borderlands. The Ilemi Triangle, in: Willem van Schendel and Itty Abraham (eds.): Illicit Flows and Criminal Things. States, Borders and the other Side of Globalization. Bloomington and Indianapolis: Indiana University Press , pp.201-225.
Keywords: Ilemi Triangle

Stoddard, E. R (1989) “Developmental Stages of U.S.-Mexico Borerlands Studies: Implication for the Study of African Borders” in A.I. Asiwaju and P.O. Adeniyi, eds. Borderlands in Africa. Lagos UP
Keywords: Mexico

Strassaldo, R. (1989) “Border Studies: The State of the Art in Europe” in A.I. Asiwaju and P.O. Adeniyi, eds. Borderlands in Africa. Lagos UP
Keywords: Europe

Tandia, A. (2010) 'Borders and Borderlands Identities: A Comparative Perspective of Cross-Border Governance in the Neighbourhoods of Senegal, The Gambia and Guinea-Bissau', African Nebula, Issue, September, pp. 19-42. Download
Keywords: Border,Borderland,Western Senegambia,Identity,Cross-border governance

Tandia, Aboubakr (2012), "How African Civil Wars Hibernate: The Warring Communities of the Senegal-Guinea Bissau Borderlands in the face of the Casamance forgotten Civil War and the Bissau-Guinean State Failure", UBUNTU: Journal of Conflict Transformation, Vol 1, Nos 1-2, (2012), pp 36-76. Download
Keywords: Casamance-West Africa-Civil War-State Failure-Senegal-Guinea Bissau-Borderland

Walther O. (2009) 'A mobile idea of space. Traders, patrons and the cross-border economy in Sahelian Africa', Journal of Borderlands Studies 24: 34-46.
Keywords: Sahel,Space

Walther O. 2012. Sons of the soil and conquerors who came on foot: The historical evolution of a West African border region. African Studies Quarterly 13(1-2): 75-92. Download
Keywords: history,borderlands,West Africa

Zeller, Wolfgang (2013): Get It While You Can – Governance Between Wars in the Uganda-South Sudan Borderland, In Benedikt Korf and Timothy Raeymaekers (eds.), Violence on the Margins. States, Conflict, and Borderlands. 193-218. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. Download
Keywords: Uganda,South Sudan,boom town,border town,violence,security,transport corridor