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The International African Institute (IAI) aims to promote the scholarly study of Africa's history, societies and cultures. The institute realizes its aims primarily by means of scholarly publishing. Read more about us.

The IAI publishes the long established and prestigious journal, Africa, the annual Africa Bibliography, the International African Library series, the African Arguments series; and the Readings in… series, for use in tertiary level teaching of African studies.

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Book Discussion
Adebanwi'The Political Economy of Everyday Life in Africa, Beyond the Margins' With Wale Adebanwi (Oxford University)
Date: 30 October 2017 at 5:15 PM.
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ECAS7IAI/AFRICA at ECAS 2017: IAI sponsored Lugard Lecture
Elísio Macamo: Urbane Scholarship: Studying Africa, Understanding the World (Lugard Lecture)
The audio recording of this lecture is available at: youtube.com/watch?v=tooclmpUmnc&feature=youtu.be

International African Library series - call for proposals
The Institute and series editors welcome new proposals for this series. Please see further details at The International African Library page.

HarperAfrican Arguments - Getting Somalia Wrong? Now available in Somali
Mary Harper's Getting Somalia Wrong? Faith, war and hope in a shattered state is now available in a Somali translation as a free download. See details at: zedbooks.net/blog/posts/free-somali-ebook-getting-somalia-wrong/

Linguistic Surveys of Africa
This landmark series has been re-issued by Routledge in association with the International African Institute. The series, originally published between 1930 and 1987, provides an invaluable resource for the study of African languages and for critically reflecting on the history of the field. Access the series at Routledge >>

Ethnographic Survey of Africa
We are proud to be re-issuing this landmark series in association with Routledge. The series, originally published between 1950 and 1977, collected information on the peoples of Africa, using all available sources: archives, memoirs and reports as well as ethnographic research. Access the series at Routledge >>