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  • Zeleke, Meron, Smith, Lahara (Ed.) (2024): "African Perspectives & Experiences of South–South Migration." Routledge Studies on African and Black Diaspora Book Series. London: Routledge. Open Access.

  • Zeleke, Meron (2024): "Gender, Children and Family in African Migration." In: Makina, Daniel, Pasura, Dominic (Ed.): A Handbook on Contemporary African Migration. London: Routledge, 209-228

  • Fejerskov, Adam Moe, Zeleke, Meron (2024): "Return Migration, Masculinities and the Fallacy of Reintegration: Ethiopial Experiences." In: Journal of Eastern African Studies, DOI: 10.1080/17531055.2023.2322195

  • Feyissa, Dereje, Zeleke, Meron, Gebresenbet, Fana (2024): Migration as a Collective Project in the Global South: A Case Study from the Ethiopia–South Africa Corridor" In: Crawley, H., Teye, J.K. (eds): The Palgrave Handbook of South–South Migration and Inequality. London: Palgrave Macmillan, Cham.

  • Barabantseva, E., C. Grillot, M. Pelican (2023): "Embodied by state borders: citizenship negotiations of children in Chinese–foreign families in the People’s Republic of China." In: Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. 2023, 1-22. Open access: DOI: 10.1080/1369183X.2023.2206000

  • Feyissa, Dereje, Zeleke, Meron (2023): "Negotiating decline. The changing political fortunes of Orthodox Christianity within the Ethiopian polity." In: Journal of North-Eastern African Studies. 2023, 11-55.

  • Huynh, Tu (2022): “Loathing and Love: Postcard Representations of Indentured Chinese Labourers in South Africa’s Reconstruction, 1904-10.” In: J. Leeb-duToit, R. Simbao, and R. Anthony (eds.). Visualising China in Southern Africa: Biography, Circulation, Transgression. Johannesburg: Wits University Press.

  • Huynh, Tu (2022): “New Livelihood Strategies and Ways of Being for African Women and Men in China’s Workshop of the World.” In: C. Rojas and L. Rofel (eds.). China and the Global South: New World Orderings. Durham: Duke University Press, 95-112.

  • Kutsche, Fabiana (2022): "Hermann von Wissmann (1853-1905) – eine biografische Annäherung." In: Kutsche, F. et al. (eds.): Hermann von Wissmann und Bad Lauterberg – eine Spurensuche (Spuren Harzer Zeitgeschichte 9). Clausthal: Papierflieger.

  • Kutsche, Fabiana (2022): "Christliche Verantwortung für das Volk übernehmen. Intersektionale Verschränkungen im politischen Selbstverständnis des Deutsch-Evangelischen Frauenbunds zwischen 1945-1965." In: fzg 28, pp. 19-34.

  • Lindner, Ulrike (2022): "Zwischen Weltgeltung, Rassismus und globalen Bezügen. Das Kaiserreich und seine Kolonien.“ In: Birgit Aschmann/Monika Wienfort (Hg.): Zwischen Licht und Schatten. Das Kaiserreich (1871-1914) und seine neuen Kontroversen, Frankfurt a. M./New York: Campus, pp. 95-127.

  • Lindner, Ulrike (2022): "Imperialismus in Deutschland – Vernetzungen im Rheinland und in Westfalen.“ In: Marianne Bechhaus-Gerst/Fabian Fechner/Stefanie Michels (Hg.): Nordrhein-Westfalen und der Imperialismus, Berlin: Metropol, pp. 29-45.

  • Kisse, Edward; Lawson, Tom; Lindner, Ulrike; Zadoff, Mirjam (2022): "A European Vergangenheitsbewältigung? New Entanglements of Holocaust and Colonial Histories" In: Michelle Gordon und Rachel O´Sullivan (Eds). Colonial Paradigms of Violence. Comparative Analysis of the Holocaust, Genocide, and Mass Killing. Göttingen: Wallstein, 217-242.

  • Ngeh, Jonathan (2022): “When the Abuse of Ethnic Minorities Becomes Normalized in a Progressive Society” In: S. Hassanen and C. Westin (Eds). Migration and State Formation after Colonialism. Trenton: The Red Sea Press, 159-187.

  • Ngeh, Jonathan and Michaela Pelican (2022): “Innovation, Music and Future Making by Young Africans in a Challenging Environment: Examples from Cameroon and Nigeria” In: C. Greiner, S. van Wolputte, and M. Bollig (Eds). African Futures. Leiden, Boston: BRILL, 285-295.


  • Purzer Aragüés, Freya, Han Hao, Femke Jovy, Sophia Mayer, Sina Plücken, Madita Teusen, Yang Fan (2021): Conference Report. Opening Conference of the Research Unit “The Production and Reproduction of Social Inequalities: Global Contexts and Concepts of Labor Exploitation”. Electronic Document.

  • Lindner, Ulrike (2021): “An Inclination towards a Policy of Extermination"? - German and British discourse on colonial wars during high imperialism. In: Felicity Rash/Geraldine Horan (eds.): The Discourse of British and German Colonialism. Convergence and Competition. London: Routledge, 163-181.

  • Lindner, Ulrike (2021): Wissen - Kontakt - Transfer: Koloniale Stadtplanung am Beispiel Dar-es-Salaam/Deutsch-Ostafrika. In: Kunstchronik 74 (2021), 381-390.

  • Barabantseva, Elena, Caroline Grillot and Michaela Pelican (2021): Uncertain Choices of Chinese-Foreign Children’s Citizenship in the People’s Republic of China. In: Frank Pieke (ed.). Global East Asia: Into the Twenty-First Century. University of California Press, 209-218.



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