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Original card of Th. v. Heuglin’s travel through the Bajuda Landscape of Ab. DOM according to Chartum. 1856
Relief shown by hachures. Hand colored Lithography
The Role of Oil in South Sudan
Natural resource revenues have played a key role in the conflicts that have plagued resource-rich African countries over the past three decades. This is mainly due to lack of equitable and transparent use of the revenues from natural resources in almost all conflict ridden countries. Many oil produc...
Assessment and prediction of land-use/land-cover change around Blue Nile and White Nile due to flood hazards in Khartoum, Sudan, based on geospatial analysis
Rising floodwaters in the Blue Nile (BN) and White Nile (WN) tributaries continually affects people’s lives and the safety of infrastructures in Khartoum, the capital of Sudan. Recently, floods have covered a wide area of Khartoum and destroyed many buildings and bridges. We conducted this study to...
Ownership structure, bank stability and the financial performance of commercial banks in South Sudan
Since independence in 2011 the Republic of South Sudan has witnessed growth in the financial systems and the overall economy. This has led to growth in the number of the financial institutions in the country. There is however minimal research on their overall performance. Hence the current research...
Some Remarks on the First Research Season in Soba (Sudan)
The visible archaeological sites were always important in Sudan. Being an integral part of the local “mystical geography”, they were usually ambivalent but honoured and protected places. Many of those sites were linked with taboos and magical rites, or they gave rise to legends or beliefs in spirits...
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The Old Nubian Texts from Attiri
The Old Nubian Texts from Attiri is the first publication in the Dotawo: Monographs series. It presents heretofore unpublished material: an edition of a series of manuscripts discovered during the Aswan High Dam campaign at the site of Attiri, a rocky island in the Batn el-Hajjar region in Sudan, an...
CALL FOR PAPERS ECAS7 - "Urban Africa - Urban Africans: New encounters of the rural and the urban"
ECAS7 The Centre for African Studies Basel and the Swiss Society for African Studies welcome you to the 7th European Conference on African Studies ECAS 2017 with the theme: Urban Africa - Urban Africans: New encounters of the rural and the urban, which they organise on behalf of the Research Network...
Somaliland and South Sudan: creation of states and national identity (s), between reconfigurations and status quo
`!-- Début du contenu @xml:lang="en" --bBorders and territorial reconfigurations in the Middle East and the Sahel began long before 2011, if we consider Somaliland and South Sudan - although geographically on the margins - as parts of the geopolitical region of the Greater Middle East and the Great...
Women in Development IV, 1983
This file contains national-level data concerning female/male differentials over a range of demographic and socioeconomic variables for each of 120 developing countries. Breakdowns by age and urban/rural residence are frequently included. Data were drawn primarily from censuses and reliable surveys,...
Excavations and works in Egypt and Sudan 1997-1998 Washes and works in Egypt and Sudan 1997-1998: Alexandria
What is a civil war?
Toutes les guerres civiles sont-elles vouées à répéter les massacres qui frappent notre imagination ? Se traduisent-elles nécessairement par la répétition de génocides contre les populations, des souffrances du Biafra au Soudan ? Les barils d’explosifs et attaques au gaz lancées par le gouvernement...
The role of the Niger fleet in the conquest of French Sudan, 1884-1895
Initiated in 1854 by General Faidherbe from Senegal, the French colonization of West Africa accelerated from 1878 and stopped only with the unification of their possessions in French West Africa (AOF) in 1895. From a military point of view, the conquest was made mainly by naval infantry and artiller...
Migration Control A La Khartoum: EU External Engagement and Human Rights Protection in the Horn of Africa
This article examines the European Union–Horn of Africa Migration Route Initiative (the Khartoum Process), which is primarily aimed at combating human trafficking and smuggling in the region. It probes this partnership model in the field of external migration control from a human rights and refugee...
Sudan from conflict to conflict
[Sudan. From one conflict to the next] The peace agreements that were signed in May 2004 may imply the end of the war in South Sudan. In order to assess the likelihood of success, one has to discuss the changes after the Islamists were brought to power in 1989 by a military coup. Of special interest...
Chapter Mortuary Theory, Pottery and Social Complexity at Jebel Moya Cemetery, South-Central Sudan
archaeology - hunter-gatherers - early food producing societies - Northeastern Africa
Charophytes, indicators for low salinity phases in North African sebkhet
International audience Among water plants of lakes and ponds, the charophytes are useful for palaeolimnology because they provide autochthonous fossils in the form of their calcified fructifications, termed gyrogonites. Particular species of the Characeae are adapted to brackish water and serve as a...
World Handbook of Political and Social Indicators II: Cross-National Aggregate Data, 1950-1965
This data collection consists of aggregate political, economic, and educational data for 136 countries in the period 1950-1965. Included are indicators of population size and growth, communications, education, culture, economics, and politics for the four base years: 1950, 1960, 1966, and 1965. Data...
Basarudin, Azza & Shaikh, Khanum (dir.), Dossier "Scholar, Mentor, Activist: Sondra Hale’s Transnational Feminist Commitments", Journal of Middle East Women's Studies, vol. 10, n°1, hiver 2014
Guested edited by Azza Basarudin and Khanum Shaikh, this special issue entitled “Scholar, Mentor, Activist: Sondra Hale’s Transnational Feminist Commitments” aims to highlight the seminal contributions of Professor Sondra Hale to the fields of anthropology, gender studies, Middle East studies, Sudan...
Sudan: cross-eyes between researcher and diplomat
Geographical analysis of a civil war in the Sahel:
Today’s Darfur conflict is deeply rooted in the increasing competition for scarce land and water resources that began in the 1980s between nomadic herders and sedentary farmers. Rising tensions have been stoked by the central government in Khartoum. Officials are confronted with increasing demands b...
Territory and geopolitical dimension of the reception of refugees: Agricultural settlements of Sudanese exiles in Uganda
`titrebSpatial and geopolitical dimensions of refugee hosting. The agricultural colonies of exiled Sudanese populations in Uganda`/titrebContrary to the commonly applied solution of controlling refugee movements by concentrating refugees in camps, the Ugandan government opted for the establishment o...
Between Libya and Sudan: closure of a trans-Saharan runway
The closure of trails across the Sahara between the Sudan and Libya in 2003 has led to the dismantling of one of the main routes taken by Sub-Saharan migrants who made journeys to North Africa during the 1990s. However, this trans-Saharan trail was initially a migratory field restricted to Darfour....
The International Protection of Refugees : An Insight into the French Asylum Court’s Response to the Sudanese Making of Identities
This contribution offers a study of the French national asylum Court’s jurisprudence regarding Sudanese petitions to refugee status. Case law analysis shows that the French court refers to a grid of identity and minority assignation that promotes the Sudanese state’s national identity discourse, des...
Lost Nationalism : Revolution, Memory and Anti-colonial Resistance in Sudan