Publications

2022

Greiner, C., Klagge, B., Grawert, E., Mkutu, K. 2022. 'Future-making and scalar politics in a resource frontier: Energy projects in northern Kenya', PLAAS Working Papers, No. 63. Full Text

Hulke, C., Kalvelage, L., Kairu, J., Revilla Diez, J., Rutina, L. 2022. 'Navigating through the storm: conservancies as local institutions for regional resilience in Zambezi, Namibia', Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society. Full text

Jackson, JM. 2022. 'Coercion and Dissent: Sleeping Sickness ‘Concentrations’ and the Politics of Colonial Authority in Ulanga, Tanganyika', The Journal of African History, pp. 1-18. Full text

Kiesel, C., Dannenberg, P., Hulke, C., Kairu, J., Revilla Diez, J., Sandhage-Hofmann, A. 2022. 'An argument for place-based policies: The iMP.ortance of local agro-economic, political and environmental conditions for agricultural policies exeMP.lified by the Zambezi region, Namibia', Environmental Science & Policy, vol. 129, pp. 137-149. DOI

Kindermann, L., Dobler, M., Niedeggen, D., Linstädter, A. 2022. 'A new protocol for estimation of woody aboveground biomass in disturbance-prone ecosystems', Ecological Indicators, vol 135, no. 108466. DOI

Kindermann, L., Dobler, M., Niedeggen, D., Fabiano, EC, Linstädter, A. 2022. ‘Dataset on Woody Aboveground Biomass, Disturbance Losses, and Wood Density from an African Savanna Ecosystem’, Data in Brief, Version 4. DOI

Matejcek, A. 2022. 'The Tanzanian Rice Field as a Living Laboratory? Intrinsic logics of the translation process of a technology-centred pilot study into an agricultural development project', Geographica Helvetica, 77, pp. 239-252. DOI

Meyer, M., Börner, J., 2022. 'Rural livelihoods, community-based conservation, and human-wildlife conflict: Scope for synergies?', Biological Conservation, Volume 272. Full Text

Meyer, M., Hulke, C., Kamwi, J., Kolem, H., Börner, J. 2022. 'Spatially heterogeneous effects of collective action on environmental dependence in Namibia’s Zambezi region', World Development, Vol. 159, 106042. DOI

Sandhage-Hofmann, A., Angombe, S., Kindermann, L., Linstädter, A., Mörchen, R. 2022. 'Conservation with elephants and agricultural intensification: effects on lignin and n-alkanes in soils of sub-Saharan Africa', Geoderma, Vol. 425, 116009. DOI

Schetter, C., Mkutu, K., & Müller-Koné, M. 2022. 'Frontier NGOs: Conservancies, control, and violence in northern Kenya' World Development, Vol. 151, March 2022. 105735. DOI

Tabe-Ojong, MP. 2022. 'Ecological shocks and non-cognitive skills: Evidence from Kenya', Ecological Economics, vol. 194, no. 107330. DOI

Tabe-Ojong, MP., Hauser, M., Mausch, K. 2022. 'Does Agricultural Commercialisation Increase Asset and Livestock Accumulation on Smallholder Farms in Ethiopia?', The Journal of Development Studies. DOI

Tabe-Ojong, MP., Gebrekidan, BH., Nshakira-Rukundo, E., Börner, J., & Heckelei, T. 2022. 'COVID-19 in rural Africa: Food access disruptions, food insecurity and coping strategies in Kenya, Namibia, and Tanzania', Agricultural Economics, pp. 1– 20.Full Text

Vehrs, HP. 2022. 'Pokot Pastoralism: Environmental Change and Socio-Economic Transformation in North-West Kenya', James Currey, Future Rural Africa Series, Access Link

Vehrs, HP., Kalvelage, L., Nghitevelekwa, R. 2022. 'The Power of Dissonance: Inconsistent Relations Between Travelling Ideas And Local Realities in Community Conservation in Namibia's Zambezi Region', Conservation & Society, [Epub ahead of print], Link to preprint.

2021

Alvarez, M., Curran, M., & Malombe I. 2021. ‘SWEA-Dataveg: A vegetation database for sub-Saharan Africa’, Vegetation Classification and Survey, vol. 2, pp. 59-63. DOI

Agha, SB., Alvarez, M., Becker, M., Fèvre, EM., Junglen, S., Borgemeister, C. 2021. ‘Invasive alien plants in Africa and the potential emergence of mosquito-borne arboviral diseases - A review and research outlook’, Viruses, vol.13, pp. 32. DOI

Aring, M., Reichardt, O., Katjizeu, E., Luyanda, B. & Hulke, C. 2021. ‘Collective Capacity to Aspire? Aspirations and livelihood strategies in the Zambezi region, Namibia’, The European Journal of Development research. DOI

Bollig, M. 2021. ‘Materiality, inequality, and future‐making as focal points of future engagement of economic anthropology with climate change’, Economic Anthropology, vol. 8, pp. 180-182. DOI

Bollig, M. & Vehrs, HP. 2021. ‘The Making of a Conservation Landscape: The Emergence of a Conservationist Environmental Infrastructure Along the Kwando River in Namibia’s Zambezi Region’, Africa, vol. 91, no.2, pp. 270-95. DOI

Bollig, M. 2021. ‘Future Conservation in Africa: Conserving what, and for whom, and how to do it?’, in Greiner, C., van Wolputte, S. & Bollig, M. (eds) 2022. African Futures, Brill, Leiden. DOI

Breul, M., Hulke, C. & Kalvelage, L. 2021. 'Path formation and reformation: studying the variegated consequences of path creation for regional development', Economic Geography, vol. 97, no. 3, pp. 213-234. DOI

Dittmann, J. & Müller-Mahn, D. 2021. ‘Transfrontier conservation governance, commodification of nature, and new dynamics of sovereignty in Namibia’, in Bollig, M., Lendelwo, S., A., Mosimane & Nghitevelekwa, R. (eds), Commodifying the ‘Wild’: Conservation, Markets and the Environment in Southern and Eastern Africa, James Currey Publishing, forthcoming.

Greiner, C.van Wolputte, S. & Bollig, M. (eds.) 2022. African Futures, Brill, Leiden. DOI

van Wolputte, S., Greiner, C., Bollig, M. ‘Futuring Africa: An introduction’ in Greiner, C., Van Wolputte, S. & Bollig, M. (eds) 2022. African Futures, Brill, Leiden. DOI

Greiner, C., Vehrs, HP. & Bollig, M. 2021. ‘Land-use and Land-cover Changes in Pastoral Drylands: Long-term Dynamics, Economic Change, and Shifting Socioecological Frontiers in Baringo, Kenya’, Human Ecology. DOI

Greiner, C. 2021. ‘African pastoralism: Plus ça change? From constant herders to social differentiation’, in Greiner, C., Van Wolputte, S. & Bollig, M. (eds) 2022. African Futures, Brill, Leiden. DOI

Greiner, C., & Klagge, B. 2021. ‚Elektrifizierung und Großprojekte der Stromerzeugung in Kenia‘, in S Becker, B Klagge & M Naumann (eds), Energiegeographie: Aktuelle Konzepte und Herausforderungen, Stuttgart: Ulmer, pp. 287-300. Access link

Greiner, C., Greven, D. & Klagge, B. 2021. ‘Roads to change: Livelihoods, land disputes, and anticipation of future developments in rural Kenya’, European Journal of Development Research, vol. 33, pp. 1044-1068. DOI

Guggemos, H., Fendt, M., Hermanns, K., Hieke, C., Heyde, V., Mfune, JKE, Borgemeister, C., Junglen, S. 2021. ‘Orbiviruses in biting midges and mosquitoes from the Zambezi region, Namibia’, Journal of General Virology, vol. 102, no. 9. DOI

Guggemos, H., Fendt, M.,, Hieke, C., Heyde, V., Mfune, JKE, Borgemeister, C., Junglen, S., 2021. ‘Simultaneous circulation of two West Nile virus lineage 2 clusters and Bagaza virus in the Zambezi region, Namibia’, PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, vol. 15, no. 4, e0009311. DOI

Hartmann, G., Mwaka, I. & Dannenberg, P. 2021. 'Large investments, small farmers: A financialisation perspective on value chains in a development corridor', Development Southern Africa, vol. 38, no. 1, pp. 122-138. DOI

Höllermann, B., Näschen, K., Tibanyendela, N., Kwesiga, J., Evers, M. 2021. ‘Dynamics of human-water interactions in the Kilombero Valley, Tanzania: - Insights from farmers’ aspirations and decisions in an uncertain environment’, The European Journal of Development Reserach, vol. 33, pp. 980-999. DOI

Jackson, JM. 2021. ‘Off to Sugar Valley: The Kilombero Settlement Scheme and Nyerere’s People, 1959-69’, Journal of Eastern African Studies, vol. 15, no. 3, pp. 505-526. DOI

Kalvelage, L., Bollig, M., Grawert, E., Hulke, C., Meyer, M., Mkutu, K., Müller-Koné, M., Revilla Diez, J. 2021. ‘Territorialising Conservation: Community-based Approaches in Kenya and Namibia’, Conservation and Society, vol. 19, no. 4, pp. 282-293. Access Link

Kindermann, L., Dobler, M., Niedeggen, D., Fabiano, EC., Linstädter, A. 2021. ‘Dataset on Woody Aboveground Biomass, Disturbance Losses, and Wood Density from an African Savanna Ecosystem’, Data in Brief, Version 1. DOI

Kioko EM 2021. ‘Commodifying East Africa’s Sandalwood: Organised crime and community participation in the transnational smuggling of an endangered plant’, in Bollig, M., Lendelwo, S., Mosimane, A. & Nghitevelekwa R. (eds), Commodifying the ‘Wild’: Conservation, Markets and the Environment in Southern and Eastern Africa, James Currey, forthcoming.

Klagge, B. 2021. ‘The Renewable Energy Revolution: Risk, Investor and Financing Structures – with Case Studies from Germany and Kenya’, in J Knox-Hayes & D Wójcik (eds), Routledge Handbook of Financial Geography, Routledge, New York, pp. 620-645.

Kuiper, G. & Greiner, C. 2021. ‘Export horticulture and labour migration in Kenya: Translocality and transiency in a secondary town’, Geoforum, vol. 122, pp. 1-10. DOI

Matejcek, A. & Verne, J. 2021. ‘Restoration as Development? Contesting Restoration Opportunities of Wildlife Corridors in Kilombero Valley, Tanzania’, The European Journal of Development Research, vol. 33, pp. 1022-1043. DOI

Matejcek, A. & Verne, J. 2021. ‘Mobile Applications to Secure Tenure in Rural Tanzania: Anticipating Diverging Agricultural Futures and the Production of (In)securities in the Kilombero Valley’, Culture Unbound, vol. 13, no. 3, pp. 45-69. Link

Mausch, K., Harris, D., Revilla Diez, J. 2021. ‘Rural Aspirations: Reflections for development planning, design and localized effects’, The European Journal of Development Research, vol. 33, pp. 795-808. DOI

Meyer, M., Klingelhoeffer, E., Naidoo, R. Wingate, V., Börner, J. 2021. ‘Tourism opportunities drive woodland and wildlife conservation outcomes of community-based conservation in Namibia’s Zambezi Region’, Ecological Economics, vol. 180, pp. 106863. Link

Mkutu, K., Müller-Koné, M. & Owino, AE, 2021. 'Future visions, present conflicts: the ethnicized politics of anticipation surrounding an infrastructure corridor in northern Kenya, Journal of Eastern African Studies, vol. 15, no. 4, pp. 707-727. DOI

Müller-Mahn, D., Mkutu, K., & Kioko, EM. 2021. ‘Mega-projects – mega-failures? Politics of aspiration and the transformation of rural Kenya’, The European Journal of Development Research, vol. 33, pp. 1069-1090. DOI

Müller-Mahn, D. & Kioko, EM. 2021. ‘Rethinking African futures after Covid-19’, Africa Spectrum, vol. 56, no. 2, pp. 216-227. DOI

Müller-Mahn, D. & Kioko, EM. 2021. ‘COVID-19, disrupted futures, and challenges for African Studies’, in Greiner, C., Van Wolputte, S. & Bollig, M. (eds) 2022. African Futures, Brill, Leiden. DOI

Nweke-Eze, C. 2021. ‘Neoliberal Reforms in Sub-Saharan Africa's Electricity Sector: Implementation, Experiences, and Impacts’, in ES Osabuohien, EA Oduntan, O.Gershon, O.Onanuga & O Ola-David (eds), Handbook of Research on Institution Development for Sustainable and Inclusive Economic Growth in Africa, IGI Global, Hershey, pp. 410-430. DOI

Nweke-Eze, C. & Kioko, EM. 2021. ‘‘But We Cannot Do It All’: Investors’ sustainability tensions and strategic selectivity in the development of geothermal energy in Kenya’, in W Leal Filho, R.Pretorius & L de Sousa (eds), Sustainable Development in Africa, World Sustainability Series, Springer, Cham, pp. 385-404. DOI

Proswitz, K., Edward, MC., Evers, M., Mombo, F., Mpwaga, A., Näschen, K., Sesabo, J., Höllermann, B. 2021. Complex Socio-Ecological Systems: Translating Narratives in the Kilombero Catchment, Tanzania’, Sustainability 2021, vol. 13, pp. 6552. DOI

Ramella, AL. 2021. ‘Socialities of Practice: Stuckedness, accountability and mobile imaginaries among Kenyan migrant fisherpeople descendants’, in A Hill, M.Hartmann & M Andersson (eds), The Routledge Handbook of Mobile Socialities, Routledge Publishers, pp. 320-332. Access Link

Ramella, AL. & Norum, R. 2021. ‚Mobile Geographie‘, in T Thielmann & M Kanderske (eds), Handbuch für Mediengeographie, Nomos, Baden-Baden, forthcoming.

Sandhage-Hofmann, A., Linstädter, A., Kindermann, L., Angombe, S., Amelung, W,.... 2021. ‘Conservation with elevated elephant densities sequesters carbon in soils despite losses of woody biomass’ Global Change Biology, Vol 27, Issue 19, pp 4601- 4614. DOI

Schetter, C. & Müller-Koné, M. 2021. ‚'Frontiers’ violence’. The interplay of state of exception, frontier habitus, and organized violence’, Political Geography, vol. 87, no. 102370. DOI

Schmidt, M. & Koddenbrock, K. 2021. ‘Depending on Money. Money as a forceful relation among everyday Kenyans and in Kenya’s international relations’, in S Biecker & K Schlichte (eds), The Political Anthropology of Internationalized Politics, Rowman and Littlefield, London. Book

Schulz, D. 2021. ‘Religious Practice and/as Future Making in Africa: Some Cautionary Remarks’, in Greiner, C., Van Wolputte, S. & Bollig, M. (eds) 2022. African Futures, Brill, Leiden. DOI

Tabe-Ojong, MP, Alvarez, M., Ihli, H., Becker, M., & Heckelei, T. 2021. ‘Action on Invasive Species: Control Strategies of Parthenium hysterophorus L. on Smallholder Farms in Kenya’, Environmental Management. DOI

Tabe-Ojong, MP., Heckelei, T. & Baylis, K. 2021. ‘Aspiration formation and ecological shocks in Rural Kenya’, The European Journal of Development Research, vol. 33, pp. 833-860. DOI

Tabe-Ojong, MP., Mausch, K., Woldeyohanes, T., Heckelei, T. 2021. 'Three hurdles towards commercialization: Integrating subsistence chickpea producers in the market economy', European Review of Agricultural Economics, pp. 1-28. DOI

Tabe-Ojong, MP. & Nshakira-Rukundo, E. 2021. ‘Religiosity and parental educational aspirations for children in Kenya,’ World Development Perspectives, Volume 23, 100349. DOI

Tups, G., Dannenberg, P. 2021. ‘Emptying the Future, Claiming Space: The Southern Agricultural Growth Corridor of Tanzania as a Spatial Imaginary for Strategic Coupling Processes’, Geoforum, vol. 123, pp. 23-35. DOI

Verne, J., Poerting, J., Krieg, L., Zurmühlen, O. 2021. ‚Tiere als lebendige Werkzeuge der Wissensproduktion‘, in H Füller, T.Straube & T Bork-Hüffer (eds), Handbuch Digitale Geographien, UTB, Stuttgart.

Widlok, T.& Nakanyete, F. 2021. ‘Framing the future in national parks’, in Greiner, C., Van Wolputte, S. & Bollig, M. (eds) 2022. African Futures, Brill, Leiden. DOI

Widlok, T., Knab J & Van der Wulp, C. 2021. “#African Time: Making the future legible’, African Studies, vol. 80, no. 3-4, pp. 397-414. DOI

Widlok, T. 2021. ‘Cultural Relativity of time concepts’, in Nassenstein, N., Mitchell, A. and Hollington, A. (eds), Anthropological Linguistics: Perspectives from Africa, Benjamins, Leiden, forthcoming.

Widlok, T. 2021. ‘A primer for interdisciplinary research on time and future concepts’, CRC/TRR228 Database (TRR228DB), DOI: 10.5880/TRR228DB.12. Access Link

Zillinger, M. et al. (eds) 2021. ‘Rethinking the Mediterranean. Connectivities – Ruralities – Publics’, Zeitschrift für Ethnologie 2020/2 and 2021/1, forthcoming.

Zillinger, M., Brus, A. & Knecht, M. 2021. ‘Iconoclasm and the Restitution Debate’, in Zillinger, M., Brus, A. & Knecht, M.(eds), Iconoclasms, Heritage, Restitution, HAU: Journal for Ethnographic Theory 2021, vol. 3, pp. 919-927. DOI

2020

Bazzana, D., Gebreyes, M., Simonetto, A., Müller-Mahn, D., Zaitchik, B., Gilioli, G. & Belay, S. 2020. ‘ Local perceptions of the effect of dam construction on well-being and water-energy-food securities in Ethiopia’, Sustainability, vol. 12, no. 6, pp. 2161. DOI

Bollig, M. 2020. Shaping the African Savannah: From Capitalist Frontier to Arid Eden in Namibia, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. Link

Bollig, M. & Vehrs, HP. 2020. ‘Abundant herds: accumulation, herd management and land-use patterns in a conservation area’, Pastoralism, vol. 10, art. 20. Link

Börner, J., Schulz, D., Wunder, S., Pfaff, A. 2020. ‘The effectiveness of forest conservation policies and programs’, Annual Review of Resource Economics, vol. 12, pp. 45-64. Link

Braun, B., Greiner, C. & Schüller, M. 2020. Zwischen Wunsch und Wirklichkeit: Kann der Faire Handel den Kapitalismus zähmen? Geographische Rundschau 2020 (1-2), 4-9.

Duarte-Guardia, S., Peri, P., Amelung, W,... Thomas, E., Borchard, N., Baldi, G., Cowie, A. & Ladd, B. 2020. ‘Biophysical and socioeconomic factors influencing soil carbon stocks: a global assessment’, Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change, vol. 25, pp. 1129–1148. DOI.

Gargallo. E & Kalvelage, L. 2020. 'Integrating Social-Ecological Systems and Global Production Networks: Local Effects of Trophy Hunting in Namibian Conservancies', Development Southern Africa, vol. 38, no. 1, pp. 87-103. DOI

Gebrekidan, B., Heckelei, T., Rasch, S., 2020. ‘Characterizing farmers and farming system in Kilombero Valley floodplain, Tanzania’, Sustainability, vol. 12, no.17, pp. 7114. Link

Greiner, C. 2020. ‘Negotiating Access to Land and Resources at the Geothermal Frontier in Baringo, Kenya’, in J Lind, D.Okenwa & I Scoones (eds), Land, Investment & Politics: Reconfiguring Africa’s Pastoral Drylands, James Currey, Woodbridge, pp. 101-109.

Greiner, C. & Hütz-Adams, F. 2020. ‘Kakaoanbau – Armut trotz Zertifizierung’, Geographische Rundschau, 1-2, pp. 38-41.

Hartmann, G., Nduru, G. & Dannenberg, P. 2020. 'Digital connectivity at the upstream end of value chains: A dynamic perspective on smartphone adoption amongst horticultural smallholders in Kenya', Competition & Change, vol. 25, no. 2, pp. 167-189. DOI

Hulke, C., Kairu, J. & Revilla Diez, J. 2020. 'Global Visions, Local Realities – How Conservation Shapes Agricultural Value Chains in Zambezi Region, Namibia', Development Southern Africa, vol. 38, no. 1, pp. 104-121. DOI

Kalvelage, L., Revilla Diez, J. &Bollig, M. 2020. 'How much remains? Local value capture from tourism in Zambezi, Namibia', Tourism Geographies. DOI

Kalvelage, L., Revilla Diez, J. & Bollig, M. 2020. 'Do tar roads bring tourism? Growth corridor policy and tourism development in the Zambezi region, Namibia', The European Journal of Development Research. DOI

Kindermann, L., Dobler, M., Niedeggen, D., Linstädter, A. 2020. ‘Improving estimation of woody aboveground biomass in drylands by accounting for disturbances and spatial heterogeneity’, Ecological Indicators, under review. DOI

Klagge, B., Greiner, C., Greven, D., & Nweke-Eze, C. 2020. ‘Cross-scale Linkages of Centralized Electricity Generation: Geothermal Development and Investor-community Relations in Kenya’s Semi-arid North’, Politics and Governance, vol. 8, no. 3, pp. 211-222. DOI

Klagge, B. & Nweke-Eze, C. 2020. ‘Financing large-scale renewable-energy projects in Kenya: investor types, international connections, and financialization’, Geografiska Annaler: Series B, Human Geography, vol. 102, no. 1, pp. 61-83. DOI

Kwesiga, J., Grotelüschen, C., Neuhoff, D., Senthilkumar, K., Döring, TF, Becker, M. 2020. ‘Rice yield gaps in smallholder systems of the Kilombero floodplain in Tanzania’, Agronomy, vol. 10, no. 8, pp. 1135. DOI

Langensiepen, M., Jansen, MAK, Wingler, A., Demmig-Adams, B., Adams III, WW, Dodd, IC, Fotopoulus, V., Snowdon, R. Fenollosa, E., de Tullio, MC, Buck-Sorlin, G. & Munné-Bosch, S. 2020. ‘Linking integrative plant physiology with agronomy to sustain future plant production’, Environmental and Experimental Botany, vol. 178. DOI

Mkutu, K. 2020. ‘Security dynamics in conservancies in Kenya: The case of Isiolo County’, BICC Working Paper series, no. 3, 2020. viewed 28 September 2020. Link

Mkutu, K. & Mdee, A. 2020. ‘Conservancies, conflict and dispossession: the winners and losers of oil exploration in Turkana, Kenya’, African Studies Review, pp. 1-27. DOI

Munjonji, L., Ayisi, KK, Mudongo, EI, Mafeo, TP, Behn, K., Mokoka, MV, Linstädter, A. 2020. ‘Disentangling Drought and Grazing Effects on Soil Carbon Stocks and CO2 Fluxes in a Semi-Arid African Savanna’, Frontiers in Environmental Science, vol. 8, pp. 1-14. DOI

Müller-Koné, M., Grawert, E. & Schetter, C. 2020. ‘Zwischen Naturschutz und Gewaltkonflikten: Conservancies in Nordkenia‘, Geographische Rundschau, vol. 72, no. 5, pp. 16-21. Link

Müller-Mahn, D., Moure, M., Gebreyes, M. 2020. ‘Climate change, the politics of anticipation, and future riskscapes in Africa’, Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, vol. 13, no. 2, pp. 343-362. DOI.

Müller-Mahn D 2020. ‚Zukunftskontinent Afrika? Entwicklungsperspektiven zwischen Wunsch und Wirklichkeit‘, UNIVERSITAS, vol. 75, no. 12, pp. 4-18.

Pelling, M., Müller-Mahn, D., & McCloskey, J. 2020. ‘Disasters, Humanitarianism and Emergencies. A politics of uncertainty’, in I Scoones & A Stirling (eds), The Politics of Uncertainty - Challenges of Transformation, Routledge, London, pp. 127-140. DOI

Poerting, J., Verne, J., Krieg, L. 2020. ‚Gefährliche Begegnungen. Posthumanistische Ansätze in der technologischen Neuaushandlung des Zusammenlebens von Mensch und Wildtier‘, Geographische Zeitschrift, vol. 108, no. 3, pp. 153-175. DOI

Ramella, AL 2020. ‘Material Para-Sites: Lateral Future-Making in Times of Fragility’, Etnofoor Futures, vol. 21, no. 1, pp. 43-60. Link

Sandhage-Hofmann, A., Löffler, J., Kotzé, E., Weijers, S., Wingate, V., Wundram, D., Weihermüller, L., Pape, R. du Preez, CC & Amelung, W. 2020. ‘Woody encroachment and related soil properties in different tenure-based management systems of semiarid rangelands’, Geoderma, vol. 372, pp. 114399. DOI

Schetter, C. & Müller-Koné, M. 2020. 'Frontier – ein Gegenbegriff zur Grenze?', in D Gerst, M.Klessmann & H Krämer (eds), Handbuch Grenzforschung, Nomos, Frankfurt, pp. 235-248. Link

Schmidt, M. 2020. ‘Incommensurate Abstractions and the (Re)quantification of Monetary Amounts: How Western Kenyans Measure and are Measured in a Behavioral Economic Experiment’, Journal of Cultural Economy, vol. 14, no. 1, pp. 70-86. DOI

Schulz, D., 2020. ‚“Trusting is a Dicey Affair”. Muslim Youth, Gender Relations, and Future-Making in Southwestern Uganda’, in M Inghorn & N Smith-Hefner (eds), Waithood: Gender, Education, and Global Delays in Marriage, Berghahn, Oxford, New York, pp.40-75. Link

Thonfeld, F., Steinbach, S., Muro, J.Hentze, K., Games, I., Näschen, K., Kauzeni, PF 2020. ‘The impact of anthropogenic land use change on the protected areas of the Kilombero catchment, Tanzania’, ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, vol. 168, pp. 41-55. DOI

Verne, J. & Müller-Mahn, D. 2020. ‚Geographische Entwicklungsforschung‘, in H Gebhardt et al. (eds), Geographie. Physische Geographie und Humangeographie, 3rd edn, Springer, Heidelberg. Link

Widlok, T., Knab, J., van der Wulp, C., 2020. ‘#African Time: Making the Future Legible’, African Studies. DOI

Widlok, T. 2020. ‘Who is poor and what is poverty anyway?’, in R Bussmann (ed), Poverty in early civilizations, Habelt, Bonn.

2019

Alvarez, M., Heller, G., Malombe, I., Matheka, KW., Choge, S. & Becker, M. 2019. ‘Classification of Prosopis juliflora invasion in the Lake Baringo basin and environmental correlations’, African Journal of Ecology, vol. 57, no. 3, pp. 296-303. DOI

Basukala, A., Vehrs, HP., Bollig, M., Greiner, C., Thonfeld, F. 2019. Spatial-temporal analysis of land-use and land-cover change in East Pokot, Kenya, Documentation, ZFL, Bonn, Germany. DOI: 10.5880/TRR228DB.2

Basukala, AK., Vehrs, HP., Bollig, M., Greiner, C., Thonfeld, F. 2019. Dataset: Spatial-temporal analysis of land-use and land-cover change in East Pokot, Kenya, CRC/TRR228 Database (TRR228DB). DOI: 10.5880/TRR228DB.1.

Becker, M., Angulo, C. 2019. ‘The evolution of lowland rice-based production systems: Historic trends, determinants of change, future perspective’, Advances in Agronomy, vol. 157, pp. 293-327. DOI

Bollig, M. 2019. ‘The Anxieties, Thrills, and Gains of Rarity and Extinction: From Discourses on Remnant Fauna to the Globalized Protection and Marketing of Endangered Wildlife in Namibia’s “Arid Eden’, in S Gänger & Bollig, M. (eds), Forum: Commodifying the “Wild”: Anxiety, Ecology and Authenticity in the Late Modern Era. Environmental History, vol. 24, no. 4. Link

Casimir, M. & Vehrs, HP. 2019. ‘Commenting on the article: Comparative Study of Pastoral Property Regimes in Africa Offers No Support for Economic Defensibility Model’, Current Anthropology, vol. 60, no. 5, pp. 609-36.

Chuhila, MJ. 2019. ‘Agrarian change and rural transformation in Tanzania: Ismani 1940 – 2010’, UTAFITI: Journal of African Perspectives, vol. 14, no. 1, pp. 1-23. Link

Chuhila, MJ. 2019. ‘African Environmental History: East African Progress, 1970s to the present’, Tanzania Zamani, vol. 11, no. 1, pp. 1-29.

Dannenberg, P. & Hartmann, G. 2019. 'Stairway to Heaven oder Highway to Hell? Neue Entwicklungskorridore am Beispiel SAGCOT in Tansania' Praxis Geographie 2019. vol. 11 pp.42-46. Link

Gaitán, JJ, Maestre, FT, Bran, DE, Buono, GG, Dougill, AJ, García Martínez, G., Ferrante, D., Guuroh, RT, Linstädter, A., Massara, V., Thomas, AD & Oliva, GE 2019. ‘Biotic and Abiotic Drivers of Topsoil Organic Carbon Concentration in Drylands Have Similar Effects at Regional and Global Scales’, Ecosystems, pp. 1445 – 1456. Link

Gebreyes, M. & Müller-Mahn, D. 2019. ‘Cultural Political Economy of Irrigation Management in Northeastern Ethiopia: The Case of the Kobo-Girana Valley Development Programme’, Water Alternatives, vol. 13, no. 3, pp. 836-852. Link

Grawert, E. 2019. ‘Between “strong institutions “and the “political marketplace”: layers of land conflicts in Northern Kenya’, FriEnt Studies, vol. 7, pp. 42-45, viewed 28 September 2020. Link

Kioko, EM. & Gravesen M 2019. ‘Cooperation in the midst of conflict: cattle raids and land deals in Laikipia and Narok, Kenya’, Africa, vol. 89, no. 3, pp. 562-585. DOI

Kwesiga, J., Grotelüschen, C., Neuhoff, D., Senthilkumar, K., Döring, TF, Becker, M. 2019. ‘Site and management effects on grain yield and yield variability of rainfed lowland rice in the Kilombero floodplain of Tanzania’, Agronomy, vol. 9, pp. 608. DOI

Luedeling, E., Börner, J., Amelung, W,... Schiffers, K., Shepherd, K. & Rosenstock, T. 2019. ‘Forest restoration: Overlooked constraints’, Science, vol. 366, pp. 315-315. Link

Mkutu, K. 2019 ‘Pastoralists, politics and development projects. Understanding the layers of armed conflict in Isiolo County, Kenya’, BICC Working Paper series, no. 7, 2019. viewed 28 September 2020. Link

Mkutu, K., Mkutu, T. & Marani, M. 2019. ‘New oil developments in a remote area: environmental justice and participation in Turkana, Kenya’, The Journal of Environment & Development, vol. 28, no. 3, pp. 223-252. DOI

Müller-Mahn, D. & Dittmann, J. 2019. ‚Die Schatten der Geschichte: Koloniale Landnahme und ihre Folgen in Namibia‘, Geographische Rundschau, vol. 71, no. 5, pp. 30-33. Link

Müller-Mahn, D., Dannenberg, P. & Klagge, B. 2019. ‚Das ländliche Afrika im Umbruch - Entwicklungskorridore und die Transformation des Agrarsektors‘. Geographische Rundschau, vol. 11, pp. 10-16. Link

Müller-Mahn, D. 2019. ‘Envisioning African Futures: Development corridors as dreamscapes of modernity’, Geoforum, vol. 115, pp. 156-159, DOI

Müller-Mahn D & Gebreyes, M. 2019. ‘Controversial Connections: The Water-Energy-Food Nexus in the Blue Nile Basin of Ethiopia’, Land, vol. 8, no. 9, pp. 1-20. DOI

Näschen, K., Diekkrüger, B., Evers, M., Höllermann, B., Steinbach, S. & Thonfeld, F. 2019; ‘The impact of land use/land cover change (LULCC) on water resources in a tropical catchment in Tanzania under different climate change scenarios’, Sustainability, vol. 11, no. 24, pp. 7083. DOI

Näschen, K., Diekkrüger, B., Leemhuis, C., Seregina, LS & van der Linden, R. 2019. ‘Impact of climate change on water resources in the Kilombero Catchment in Tanzania’, Water, vol. 11, no. 4, pp. 859. DOI

Parshotam, A. & Revilla Diez, J. 2019. 'Economic Growth Corridors Through a Value-Chain Lens: The Case of the Southern Agricultural Growth Corridor in Tanzania', in S Scholvin, A.Black, J Revilla Diez & I Turok (eds), Value Chains in Sub-Saharan Africa, Springer, Heidelberg, pp. 61-77. Link

Schmidt, M. 2019. ‘Almost Everybody Does It: Gambling as Future-Making in Western Kenya’, Journal of Eastern African Studies, vol. 13, no.4, pp. 739-757. DOI

Steffens, V., Hartmann, G. & Dannenberg, P. 2019. 'Eine neue Generation von Wachstumskorridoren als Entwicklungsmotor in Afrika?', Standort, vol. 43, pp. 2-8. DOI

Verne, J., Ouma, S. & Stenmanns, J. 2019. ‘African Economies: Simply connect? Problematizing the Discourse on Connectivity in Logistics and Communication’, in M Graham (ed), Digital Economies at Global Margins, MIT Press, IDRC, 341-363. Link

Widlok, T. 2019. ‘The world as garden, laid in value chains’, Environmental History, vol. 24, no. 4, pp. 665–735.

Widlok, T. 2019. ‘Domesticating categories of the wild environment: Eliciting cultural models of nature among Hai//om’, in G Bennardo (ed), Cultural models of nature, Routledge, New York, pp. 219-228.

Widlok, T. 2019. ‘Human-lion relations’, in T Breyer & T Widlok (eds), The situationality of human-animal relations, transcript, Bielefeld, pp. 203-219.

2018

Bauriedl, S., Klagge, B. 2018. ‚Stromerzeugung aus erneuerbaren Energien in Kenia‘, Praxis Geographie, vol. 48, no. 3, pp. 36-41. Link

Boeckler, M., Engel, U., Müller-Mahn, D. 2018. ‘Regimes of Territorialization: Territory, Border and Infrastructure in Africa’, in U Engel, M. Boeckler, & D Müller-Mahn (eds), Spatial Practices: Territory, Border and Infrastructure in Africa, Brill, Leiden, Boston, pp. 1-22. DOI

Bollig, M. 2018. ‚Naturschutz und Naturschutzgebiete weltweit: Chancen und Herausforderungen‘, Geographische Rundschau, vol. 70, no. 12, pp. 4-9. Link

Bollig, M. 2018. ‚Gemeinschaftsbasierter Wildschutz in Nord-Namibia ‘, Geographische Rundschau, vol. 70, no. 12, pp. 30-37. Link

Bollig, M. 2018. ‘Afterword: Anthropology, Climate Change and Social-Ecological Transformations’, Sociologus, vol. 68, pp. 85-94. Link

Bond, J. & Mkutu, K. 2018. ‘Exploring the hidden costs of human-wildlife conflict in northern Kenya’, African Studies Review, vol. 6, no.1, pp. 33-54. DOI

Dannenberg, P., Revilla Diez, J. & Schiller, D. 2018. 'Spaces for integration or a divide? New-generation growth corridors and their integration in global value chains in the Global South', Zeitschrift für Wirtschaftsgeographie, vol. 62, no. 2, pp. 135-151. DOI

Ferner, J., Schmidtlein, S., Guuroh, RT, Lopatin, J., Linstädter, A. 2018. ‘Disentangling effects of climate and land-use change on West African drylands’ forage supply’, Global Environmental Change, vol. 53, pp. 24 – 38. DOI

Greiner, C. & Bollig, M. 2018. ‘African Studies between Area Studies Tradition and Global Entanglement Approaches: Perspectives from The University of Cologne’, African Study Monographs, Supplementary Issue 54, pp. 15-28.

Klagge, B., & Zademach, HM 2018. ‘International Capital Flows, Stock Markets, and Uneven Development: The case of Sub-Saharan Africa and the Sustainable Stock Exchanges Initiative (SSEI)’, Zeitschrift für Wirtschaftsgeographie / The German Journal for Economic Geography, vol. 62, no. 2, pp. 92-107. DOI

Korf, B., Raeymaekers, T., Schetter, C. & Watts, M. 2018. ‘Geographies of limited statehood’, in T Risse, T. Börzel & A Draude (eds), The Oxford handbook of governance and limited statehood, Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 167-187. DOI

Conference Papers

Anderson D. April 2019. Researching development histories in the Kilombero Valley. Workshop for MA and PhD students at the University of Dar es Salaam.

Börner J. with Meyer, M., Sandhage-Hofmann, A., Linstädter, A., Amelung, W., Nkanyala, J., Mosimane, A. April 2019.People, elephants, and trees in the Kavango-Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area Constructing land use futures from the past. GLP-OSM, Bern.

Greiner, C. November 2018. Agropastoralist futures land, conflict and energy in Northern Kenya – 61st Annual Meeting of the African Studies Association, Atlanta, USA.

Greiner, C. September 2018. Converging frontiers Negotiating access to land and resources in Baringo, Kenya –ASA-UK, Birmingham, UK.

Greiner C., Klagge B. June 2018. Session organization “Large-scale Infrastructure Projects in Africa Visions, Governance, and Contestations in Multi-Scalar Perspective”, VAD-Tagung, Leipzig

Hartmann G., Dannenberg P. August 2019. Emptying the Future to make one Agrarian Future The claim of territory between Dreamscapes of Modernity and Malthusian Nightmares. RGS-IBG Annual International Conference 2019. London, UK.

Hartmann G., Dannenberg P. September 2019. Wachstumskorridore als modus operandi landwirtschaftlicher Transformation? Das Megaprojekt SAGCOT in Tansania. Deutscher Kongress für Geographie, Kiel, Germany.

Höllermann, B., Näschen, K., & Evers, M. 2019. Dynamik der Mensch-Wasser-Interaktion im Kilombero-Tal, Tansania - Ein transdisziplinärer und kollaborativer Forschungsansatz. Deutscher Kongress für Geographie, Kiel.

Jackson J., Chuhila, M. June 2019. Past futures a history of development in the Kilombero Valley. ECAS Conference, Edinburgh.

Kalvelage, L. Juni 2021. Vereinigung für Afrikawissenschaften in Deutschland "Resource-making in Zambezi who benefits from hunting tourism?" Frankfurt.

Kalvelage, L., Revilla Diez, J. June 2019. Global Connections, Local Development? Capturing Value from Tourism GPNs in Namibian Conservancies. Regional Studies Association Annual Conference, Santiago de Compostela, Spain.

Kalvelage, L., Revilla Diez, J. June 2019.Global Connections, Local Development? Capturing Value from Tourism GPNs in Namibian Conservancies. ECAS Conference, Edinburgh, UK.

Kalvelage, L. August 2019. Department of Geography, History and Environmental Studies Public Lectures, University of Namibia “How much remains? Local value capture from tourism in Zambezi, Namibia.” Windhoek, Namibia.

Kalvelage, L., Revilla Diez, J. September 2019. Commodification through conservation: The transfer of value in tourism GPNs in Namibia and Tanzania. Deutscher Kongress für Geographie, Kiel, Germany.

Klagge, B. August 2019. Financing Large-Scale Renewable Energy projects in Kenya Lessons on Financialization from Africa – RGS-IBG Annual International Conference 2019. London.

Klagge, B. June 2019. Finanzialisierung erneuerbarer Energien? Am Beispiel der Stromerzeugung aus Wind und Geothermie in Kenia – Tagung des AK Wirtschaftsgeographie in Rauischholzhausen.

Meyer, M., Hulke C., Kamwi, J., Kolem, H., Börner, J. August 2021. Spatial determinants of collective resource management and environmental dependency evidence from Namibia, 31st Virtual International Conference of Agricultural Economists (ICAE).

Mkutu, K., Müller-Koné, M., Atieno Owino E. June 2019. Future visions and current conflicts Infrastructure projects in Isiolo county, Kenya. ECAS Conference, Edinburgh.

Müller-Koné, M., Schetter C October 2018. Frontier’s violence. The Perspective of Critical Frontier Studies. Space in peace and conflict. Marburger Zentrumstage, Marburg.

Müller-Mahn D June 2018. African Development Corridors Dreamscapes of Modernity? VAD Konferenz, Leipzig.

Müller-Mahn D. November 2018. Afrika vor dem Sprung? Zukunftshandeln, Entwicklungskorridore und sozial-ökologische Transformation. Geographische Gesellschaft, Gießen.

Müller-Mahn D June 2019. African Development Corridors spatial imaginations and future trajectories. ECAS Conference, Edinburgh.

Müller-Mahn D. September 2019. Reconstructing Africa Development corridors as dreamscapes of modernity. Deutscher Kongress für Geographie, Kiel.

Nweke-Eze, C. May 2020. The widening of the electricity sector in Sub-Saharan Africa processes, structural transformations, and implications - NEST conference 2020. Zurich, Switzerland. (presented online due to COVID-19 pandemic)

Nweke-Eze, C. September 2019. Ancillary infrastructures and their socio-economic implications. The case of geothermal projects in Kenya – Deutscher Kongress für Geographie, Kiel.

Nweke-Eze, C. June 2019. Financialization of renewable energies? The example of geothermal and wind energy development in Kenya – 8th Nordic Geographers Meeting, Trondheim, Norway.

Nweke-Eze C. October 2019. Climate-mitigation finance instruments as risk-ameliorating tools in renewable energy projects. The case of geothermal energy in Kenya - Forschungswerkstatt Finanzgeographie, Gelsenkirchen.

Schetter C., Müller-Koné M April 2019. Frontier’s violence. Internal GLOCON (Global Change-Local Conflicts) workshop with Michael Watts, FU Berlin, Berlin.

Vehrs, H. June 2019.The making and remaking of future visions in the Zambezi Region, Namibia. ECAS Conference, Edinburgh.

Conference Posters

Alvarez, M., Kiboi, S., Becker, M., Malombe, I. 2019. Modelling potential dispersal of Prosopis juliflora in East Africa: Scaling and assembling correlations. Poster presentation at EMAPi, Prague.

Curdt, C., Hoffmeister, D., Kramm, T., Bareth, G., Lang, U. 2018. Research data management services for Collaborative Research Centers: Experiences from three long-term, interdisciplinary, geoscientific research projects. – AGU Fall Meeting 2018, December 10-14, 2018, Washington, D.C., USA.

Curdt, C., Hoffmeister, D., Kramm, T., Bareth, G., Lang, U. 2018. Establishing data management services for the interdisciplinary, long-term collaborative research centres: CRC/TRR 32, CRC 1211 and CRC/TRR228. – Workshop zu Forschungsdatenmangement und infrastruktur in DFG-Sonderforschungsbereichen, November 26-27, 2018, Göttingen, Germany.

Sainepo, B., Tabe-Ojong, M., Kiboi, S., Malombe, I., Becker, M., Heckelei, T., Alvarez, M. 2019. Parthenium hysterophorus in East Africa: a numerical review. Poster presentation at EMAPi, Prague.

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