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Architecture and Politics in Africa: Making, Living and Imagining Identities through Buildings

Tomkinson, Joanne
Innovative study of state politics, identity and buildings that sheds new light on the links between the material and the ideational realms of contemporary life in Africa.
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Atlas of Africa: New Perspectives on the Continent

Agence Francaise de Developpement
This Atlas of Africa offers insights into contemporary Africa through the use of full-colour maps, charts, graphics and text which demonstrate and explain Africa's growing importance in the world and its demographic, economic, social and environmental transformation, while also outlining the challenges that the continent faces.
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African Modernism: The Architecture of Independence. Ghana, Senegal, Cote d'Ivoire, Kenya, Zambia

Herz, Manuel
New edition of the most comprehensive survey of modern architecture in Africa to date that explores the close relationship between architecture and nation building after African countries gained independence from their former colonial powers.
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The World We Once Lived In

Maathai, Wangari
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Architecture and Development: Israeli Construction in Sub-Saharan Africa and the Settler Colonial Imagination, 1958-1973

Levin, Ayala
Ayala Levin charts the settler colonial imagination and practices that undergirded Israeli architectural development aid in Africa.
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Western Africa: From the Atlantic Ocean to the Sahel: Sub-Saharan Africa: Architectural Guide

Meuser, Philipp
Originally part of a set, now sold separately, Volume 2 of Sub-Saharan Africa Architectural Guide is dedicated to Western Africa, from the Atlantic Ocean to the Sahel and includes Cabo Verde, The Gambia, Senegal, Mauritania, Mali, Burkina Faso, and Niger.
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Album Architectures, Abidjan

F.-X. Gbré
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Waterhouses: Landscapes, Housing, and the Making of Modern Lagos

Duerksen, Mark
How did Lagos, Nigeria, grow from a tiny island kingdom to a megalopolis famous for its frenetic and congested form of coastal urbanism? This first-of-its-kind history provides a comprehensive narrative for understanding one of Africa's largest cities-its buoyant vibrancy and its two-headed problem of housing shortages and rising seas-today.
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African Water Cities

Adeyemi, Kunle
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The Addis Ababa House: A Typological Analysis of Urban Heritage in Ethiopia 18861936

Nieder, Piet
An employment of 'Addis Ababa House' as a case study discussing the possibility of a non-industrial building type that reflects the desire for a cosmopolitan urban life.
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