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Ibrahim K. Sundiata
October 1, 2009

Examines the relationship, as the author refers to, the "Latin and Black Atlantics" in which Equatorial Guinea is currently situated in. An analysis of this relationship is given and examined.

Gaurav Gajanan Desai
January 1, 2009

An important book that's becoming an indispensable theoretical and practical guide for teachers of the African novel and indeed of African literature in general.

Groupe Jeune Afrique
January 1, 2009

This books talks about the potential market options that Ecuatorial Guinea has, and how its economy can become much stronger with greater foreign investment in the country.

Scott A Merriman
July 14, 2009

The interaction between church and state takes many forms around the world today. In the U.S. Constitution, the two are declared separate, while a number of countries where religion plays a significant role in government policy avoid defining the relationship altogether. Then there are the outright theocracies, where church and state are not only inseparable, but indistinguishable.

Peter Maass
May 8, 2009

Book written by Peter Maass, a New York Times Magazine writer, that details the corrupting influence that oil has on countries, including Equatorial Guinea.

Mari Jose Olaziregi
June 3, 2009

ʺCollection of articles by Basque writers and American and European academics on the globalization of literature, postcolonialism, and new ethnic landscapes. Also treats topics such as center and periphery dualities, subaltern identities, so-called borderlands thought, and the effect of Creolenessʺ

Jay Spaulding, and Stephanie Beswick
December 1, 2009

African Systems of Slavery continues a discussion opened by Suzanne Miers and Igor Kopytoff in 1977 with their seminal collection Slavery in Africa. The present volume contains new offerings by original contributors as well as valuable studies by newcomers who share the original editors’ perspectives. These include a nuanced understanding of African institutions of human subordination and a preference for definitions and terminology rooted in African culture.

Janna Rist, Eleanor Jane Milner-Gulland, Guy Cowlishaw, and J Marcus Rowcliffe
November 8, 2009

Understanding the impact of hunting on wildlife populations is crucial to achieving sustainability and requires knowledge of prey abundance responses to different levels of exploitation. While the abundance of primates has been shown to respond independently to hunting and habitat, habitat is rarely considered simultaneously when evaluating the impacts of hunting. Furthermore, the importance of these two factors in determining the abundance of other species has not been well investigated. We evaluate the independent effects of hunting and habitat on the abundance of a diverse assemblage of species, using a series of predictions and data from a study in Equatorial Guinea.

Adolfo Obiang Biko
July 27, 2009

This memoir tells the story of Equatoguinean activist Dr. Adolfo Obiang Biko who was jailed unjustly in Gabon for 9 months and accused of attempting a coup d'etat to overthrow the government of Equatorial Guinea.

Adam Roberts
January 1, 2009

In 2004, Nick du Toit confessed to an attempted coup in Equatorial Guinea. But du Toit and his co-conspirators had no interest in democratic change, only in the country's oil. In this book, Adam Roberts shows how the coup is part of a new scramble for control of Africa, a continent rich in natural resources.

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