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Becoming a debtor to eat: the transformation of food sharing in Namibia 2023 Ethnos 88 (2): 392-412
  • Michael Schnegg
H6 [ETHNOS-] 1469-588X
Remembering the Herero-Nama genocide in Namibia 2023 African arts 56 (1): 62-81
  • Paul Wilson
H6/KFY [AFRICAN-] 0001-9933
Living museums in Namibia: between empowerment and exploitation 2023 Anthropology Southern Africa 46 (1): 34-50
  • Hana Horáková
  • Josefina Kufová
  • Nicola Raúl
*H6 [SOUTH-] 2332-3256
Revisiting the Acheulean at Namib IV in the Namib Desert, Namibia 2023 Journal of field archaeology 48 (5): 380-94
  • Abi Stone
  • Dominic Stratford
  • Eugene Marais
  • George M. Leader
  • Karina Efraim
  • Rachel Bynoe
  • Ted Marks
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-] 2042-4582
The ‘haunting’ and the ‘haunted’: whiteness, orthography and the (post)-apartheid condition in Namibia 2023 History and anthropology 34 (3): 497-520
  • Mattia Fumanti
H6 [HISTORY-] 1477-2612
Demanding from others: how ancestors and shamans govern opacity in the Kalahari 2023 Ethnos 88 (4): 702-23
  • Megan Laws
H6 [ETHNOS-] 1469-588X
Original power pointing: legibility and opacity in the deictic field 2023 Ethnos 88 (4): 819-36
  • Thomas Widlock
H6 [ETHNOS-] 1469-588X
Classification of daily food sets in an agro-pastoral society in north-central Namibia: a comparison of cluster analysis and two-way indicator species analysis 2023 African study monographs supplementary issue 61 (): 187-203
  • Yuichiro Fujioka
H6/KY [AFRICAN-] 0286-9667
Eleven Namibian rains: a phenomenological analysis of experience in time 2023 Anthropological theory 23 (1): 33-55
  • Michael Schnegg
H6 [ANTHROPOLOGICAL-] 1463-4996
Seeing cattle like a state: sedentist assumptions of the Namibian livestock identification and traceability system 2023 Nomadic peoples (NS) 27 (2): 171-97
  • Dylan W. Groves
  • Max Mauerman
  • Venomukana Tjiseua
H6/KF [NOMADIC-] 0822-7942
Thinking with relations in nature conservation? A case study of the Etosha National Park and Hailom 2023 Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (New Series) 29 (4): 859-79
  • Ute Dieckman
H6 [ROYAL-] 1359-0987
The past will set you free: prophetic movements in twentieth-century Herero religious thought 2023 International journal of African historical studies 56 (3): 387-411
  • Fabian Krautwald
*H6/KY [INTERNATIONAL-] 0361-7882
History, monuments, ruins, and colonial nostalgia in Namibia: German tourist Swakopmund and the Marinedenkmal 2023 International journal of African historical studies 56 (3): 441-52
  • Richard Voeltz
*H6/KY [INTERNATIONAL-] 0361-7882
‘Ovizire · Somgu: from where do we speak?’: Artistic interventions in the Namibian colonial archive (2018–2020) 2022 Journal of southern African studies 48 (1): 81-102
  • Julia Rensing
H6/KY [JOURNAL-] 1465-3893
‘The League will not ignore the cry of the Negro race for justice’: Marcus Garvey, the League of Nations and South-West Africa 2022 Journal of southern African studies 48 (1): 103-17
  • Douglas R. Jones
H6/KY [JOURNAL-] 1465-3893
Traditional authorities, legal power and land disputes in north-west Namibia 2022 Anthropology Southern Africa 45 (1): 16-29
  • Kana Miyamoto
*H6 [SOUTH-] 2332-3256
Accounting for climate change in community based natural resource management: reflections on wildlife conservation in Namibia 2022 Journal of southern African studies 48 (3): 489-502
  • Andrew Heffernan
H6/KY [JOURNAL-] 1465-3893
‘A country can only have a foreign policy it can afford’: South Africa’s economic reaction to Zimbabwe’s independence, 1980–1982 2022 Journal of southern African studies 48 (3): 563-80
  • Lotti Nkomo
H6/KY [JOURNAL-] 1465-3893
Genocide and the politics of memory in the decolonisation of Namibia 2022 Journal of southern African studies 48 (4): 805-23
  • Fabian Krautwald
H6/KY [JOURNAL-] 1465-3893
Genocide and the politics of memory in the decolonisation of Namibia 2022 Journal of southern African studies 48 (5): 805-23
  • Fabian Krautwald
H6/KY [JOURNAL-] 1465-3893
Life covers, risk and security — anthropological perspectives of social insurances: a case study from Namibia 2022 Anthropology Southern Africa 45 (3): 135-62
  • Sabine Klocke-Daffa
*H6 [SOUTH-] 2332-3256
The state as a whiteman, the whiteman as a /'hun: personhood, recognition, and the politics of knowability in the Kalahari 2022 Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (New Series) 28 (2): 477-95
  • Velina Ninkova
H6 [JOURNAL-] 1359-0987
Etnografia della transizione culturale nelle comunità San del Kalahari 2022 Archivio per l'antropologia e la etnologia 152 (): 197-216
  • Lucinda Backwell
  • Monica Zavattaro
H6 [ARCHIVIO-] 0373-3009
Affordability and relationality: the reproduction and transformation of the segregated city in Windhoek 2022 Focaal (94): 38-56
  • Lalli Metsola
H6/KF [FOCAAL-] 0920-1297
An officer and an activist: futuring, precarity and life after exile in Namibia 2022 Anthropology today 38 (4): 23-5
  • Rune Larsen
  • Steven Van Wolputte
H6 [ANTHROPOLOGY-] 0268-540X
Dealing with postcolonial pasts to envision a respectful future: on the format of collaborative walk-shops 2022 Collaborative anthropologies 14 (2): 47-62
  • Cordula Weisskoeppel
H6 [COLLABORATIVE-] 1943-2550
Balancing the scales: recentring labour and labourers in Namibian history 2021 Journal of southern African studies 47 (1): 1-16
  • Bernard C. Moore
  • Kai F. Herzog
  • Stephanie Quinn
  • William Blakemore Lyon
H6/KY [JOURNAL-] 1465-3893
Violence and work: convict labour and settler colonialism in the Cape–Namibia border region (c.1855–1903) 2021 Journal of southern African studies 47 (1): 17-36
  • Kai F. Herzog
H6/KY [JOURNAL-] 1465-3893
From labour elites to Garveyites: West African migrant labour in Namibia: 1892-1925 2021 Journal of southern African studies 47 (1): 37-55
  • William Blakemore Lyon
H6/KY [JOURNAL-] 1465-3893
Scalar claims, worker strategies and 'South Africa's labour empire' in Namibia, 1943-1979 2021 Journal of southern African studies 47 (1): 57-78
  • Stephanie Quinn
H6/KY [JOURNAL-] 1465-3893
Continuity and change in gender relations within the contract labour system in Kavango, Namibia,1925–1972 2021 Journal of southern African studies 47 (1): 79-92
  • Cletus Muhena-Likuwa
H6/KY [JOURNAL-] 1465-3893
Smuggled sheep, smuggled shepherds: farm labour transformations in Namibia and the question of southern Angola, 1933-1975 2021 Journal of southern African studies 47 (1): 93-125
  • Bernard C. Moore
H6/KY [JOURNAL-] 1465-3893
Technical and vocational education and the place of indigenous labour in the mining industry of Namibia, 1970-1990 2021 Journal of southern African studies 47 (1): 127-42
  • Saima Nakuti Ashipala
H6/KY [JOURNAL-] 1465-3893
Fighting fences and land grabbers in the struggle for the commons in N≠a Jaqna, Namibia 2021 African affairs 120 (480): 417-43
  • Christa Van der Wulp
  • Paula Hebinck
H6/KY [AFRICAN-] 0001-9909
Listening to bats: Namibian pastoralists' perspectives, stories and experiences 2021 Journal of ethnobiology 41 (1): 70-86
  • A. Archie Gawusab
  • Joel Berger
  • Tara L. Teel
  • Theresa M. Laverty
*H6 [JOURNAL-] 0278-0771
San servility in the Omajeke, Namibia 2021 International journal of African historical studies 54 (2): 217-40
  • Robert Gordon
*H6/KY [INTERNATIONAL-] 0361-7882
What does the situation say? Theorizing multiple understandings of climate change 2021 Ethos 49 (2): 194-215
  • Michael Schnegg
H6 [ETHNOS-] 1469-588X
Leben(d) im Museum? - Vermittlung von materiellem und immateriellem Kulturerbe in Lebenden Museen der Ju/'hoansi im Nordosten Namibias 2021 Archiv Weltumseum Wien (70): 56-85
  • Salomé Ritterband
H6/KF [ARCHIV-] 0066-6513
Changing dresses: Owambo traditional dress and discourses on tradition, ethnicity, and national identity in Namibia 2020 Journal of folklore research 57 (1): 73-110
  • Martha Ndakalako-Bannikov
H6/KF [INDIANA-] 0737-7037
Legal representation in lacuna: the Namibian Legal Resources Centre, Southern Africa Project, and the trial of the Cassinga detainees 2020 African studies 79 (1): 37-50
  • Mira Ann Houser
H6/KY [BANTU-] 0002-0184
'Vermin': predator eradication as an expression of white supremacy in colonial Namibia, 1921-1952 2020 Journal of southern African studies 46 (1): 91-108
  • John Heydinger
H6/KY [JOURNAL-] 1465-3893
Translocal optimisation: assembling rural and urban spaces for later life in urban Namibia and Uganda 2020 Journal of southern African studies 46 (1): 109-27
  • Andrew Byerely
  • Catharina Nord
H6/KY [JOURNAL-] 1465-3893
Community conservation and land use in Namibia: visions, expectations and realities 2020 Journal of southern African studies 46 (1): 129-47
  • Eduardo Gargallo
H6/KY [JOURNAL-] 1465-3893
Infrastructure, ethnicity, and political mobilization in Namibia, 1946-87 2020 Journal of African history 61 (1): 45-66
  • Stephanie Quinn
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-] 0021-8537
HIV and sexually transmitted infection knowledge among women who have sex with women in four Southern African countries 2020 Culture, health & sexuality 22 (6): 705-21
  • Ian Southey-Swartz
  • Margaret M. Paschen-Wolff
  • Theodorus Sandfort
  • Vasu Reddy
  • Zethu Matebeni
H6/KGT [CULTURE-] 1464-5351
The plight of the Kalahari San: hunter-gatherers in a globalized world 2020 Journal of anthropological research 76 (2): 164-84
  • Robert K. Hitchcock
H6 [SOUTHWESTERN-] 0091-7710
Dissident refugees: a history of 200 Namibians in Zambia, 1977–1989 2020 Journal of southern African studies 46 (5): 863-79
  • Christian A. Williams
H6/KY [JOURNAL-] 1465-3893
Ongame molwashoka otse. Reflections on suicide from Swakopmund, Namibia 2020 Medicine Anthropology Theory 7 (1): 176-87
  • Jack Boulton
2405-691X
Of friends and kollegen: understanding male friendships in Swakopmund, Namibia 2020 Anthropology Southern Africa 43 (3): 169-80
  • Jack Boulton
*H6 [SOUTH-] 2332-3256
Born in the caul, born in the rain: Damara and Nama people with extrasensory abilities in Namibia 2020 Southern African humanities 33 (): 119-32
  • Sigrid Schmidt
H6/KY [NATAL-] 1681-5564