The AEGIS-Brill Series publishes academic work drawn from the lively and expanding global community of scholars with interests in Africa and its diasporas, including an edited volume related to the theme of AEGIS’s biennial ECAS Conference. The Series began in 2005 and has published titles ranging from Is Violence Inevitable in Africa? (2005) to The Making of the African Road (2017) and African Futures (2022).
Accessing books in the series
The AEGIS-Brill Series has been publishing since 2005. Books become openly available on this website 18 months after publication, and can be accessed via the links below. More recent publications can be purchased directly from the publisher’s website.
Publishing in the series
The AEGIS-Brill Series provides a platform for books within the humanities and social sciences which bring new approaches or innovative perspectives to research on African contexts. Both single-authored works and edited collections are considered for publication.
If you are interested in submitting a title for publication in the Series, it is advisable to first contact the managing editors to pitch your idea before submitting a manuscript. See contact details for the managing editors below.
Gregor Dobler (ACT, University of Freiburg, Germany) email@example.com
Manuel João Ramos (ISCTE, University Institute of Lisbon, Portugal)
The full editorial board of the AEGIS-Brill Series consists of representatives from all the AEGIS thematic Collaborative Research Groups (CRGs). Details of the full editorial board can be found on the Brill webpage.
African Futures - Open Access PDF
Africa, the Cradle of Human Diversity - Open Access PDF
Researching the Inner Life of the African Peace and Security Architecture - Open Access PDF
Destination Africa - Open Access PDF
Modernization Dreams, Lusotropical Promises - Open Access PDF
Afrasian Transformations - Open Access PDF
Mozambique on the Move - Open Access PDF
Spatial Practices. Territory, Border and Infrastructure in Africa - Open Access PDF
Transfers of Belonging. Child Fostering in West Africa in the 20th Century - Open Access PDF
The Making of the African Road - Open Access PDF
South Africa after Apartheid: Policies and Challenges of the Democratic Transition - Open Access PDF
Framing African Development: Challenging Concepts - Open Access PDF
Collective Mobilisations in Africa / Mobilisations collectives en Afrique - Open Access PDF
Africa in Scotland, Scotland in Africa - Open Access PDF
Travelling Models in African Conflict Management - Open Access PDF
States at Work - Open Access PDF
African Dynamics in a Multipolar World - Open Access PDF
Corruption as an Empty Signifier - Open Access PDF
Child Fostering in West Africa - Open Access PDF
Long Journeys. African Migrants on the Road - Open Access PDF
African Engagements - Open Access PDF
Researching Violence in Africa - Open Access PDF
Mediations of Violence in Africa - Open Access PDF
Respacing Africa - Open Access PDF
African Cities - Open Access PDF
African Alternatives - Open Access PDF
Is Violence Inevitable in Africa? - Open Access PDF