'Sudan Studies' 57 is online

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'Sudan Studies' No. 57 (March 2018) is now online for SSSUK members who have a website account. See the 'Sudan Studies' page.

 

Contents

Imogen Thurbon. ‘Challenges to literacy and the role of women’s community literacy networks in Sudan’. pp. 3-15.

Faisal Mohamed Salih. ‘The National Dialogue in Sudan: A dream that didn’t come true’. pp. 16-28.

Nicki Kindersley. ‘Songs in war: Thoughts on a genre’. pp. 29-38.

John W. Hannah. ‘Life in the Sudan Political Service as an Assistant District Commissioner, 1950-54’. pp. 39-49.

Heather Sharkey. Le Soudan, un pays de destination? Le cas des Syriens arrivés après 2011 à Khartoum. A review’. pp. 50-53.

Wad Altaweel. ‘The potato eaters’. p. 54.

Report launch: Criminalisation of Women in Sudan - A need for fundamental reform. pp. 56-57.

Kurt Beck. ‘Abroma to ziziphus and beyond: Forests, surveys, rivers and roads of the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan 1899-1956’. Review of a book by Mary L. Keenan. pp. 60-62.

Maha A. Y. Kordofani. ‘Abroma to ziziphus and beyond: Forests, surveys, rivers and roads of the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan 1899-1956’. Review of a book by Mary L. Keenan. pp. 63-65.

Sidahmed Ali Bilal. ‘Folk tales from the northern Sudan’. Review of a book by Abdulla El-Tayeb. pp. 66-67.

Kuyok Abol Kuyok. ‘Abyei of the Ngok Dinka: Not yet South Sudan’. Review of a book by Bona Malwal. pp. 68-73.

Peter Woodward. ‘Last guardians: Crown service in Sudan, Northern Rhodesia and Britain’. Review of a book by Philip Bowcock. pp. 74-75.

Naomi Pendle. ‘Breaking Sudan: The search for peace’. Review of a book by Jok Madut Jok. pp. 76-78.

M. W. Daly. ‘In defence of Britain’s Middle Eastern empire: A life of Sir Gilbert Clayton’. Review of a book by Timothy J. Paris. pp. 79-84.