MA in African Studies

There are many good reasons to study Africa. For anyone wishing to engage with the continent on a deeper level, the traditional formulas are for the most part inadequate. A single discipline can no longer cover or express the multiple demands faced by anyone dealing with Africa and its people. Where the usual interpretations fail, new knowledge is needed. In Basel, a wealth of such knowledge has been developed over decades and consolidated at the Centre for African Studies Basel (ZASB). Since 2002, the Centre offers a specialized interdisciplinary Master’s Degree in African Studies. The program draws on the social sciences, humanities and the natural sciences. Key thematic fields are media and imagination, knowledge production and transfer, governance and politics, public health and social life, and environment and development.

Focal areas of teaching and research

The goal of the MA in African Studies is to equip students with in-depth knowledge and skills for an interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary scientific examination of Africa. Against the backdrop of the Centre’s particular interest in African cities and the rapid urbanization process underway on the continent, the program focuses on five thematic key areas:

  • Media and imagination: How is the increasingly visual orientation of information and communications technologies changing societies in Africa? What fears, hopes, goals and dreams are expressed in media and images?
  • Knowledge production and transfer: How is knowledge generated, concentrated, negotiated and passed onin African contexts? Are cities a hub for the emergence of an African knowledge society?
  • Governance and politics: How is political rule reproduced in a rapidly changing context? How are the everyday practices of political administration and services arranged in Africa?
  • Public health and social life: What challenges does healthcare face in Africa? How do people interact with health systems? What is the basis for their resilience in crisis situations?
  • Environment and development: How do environmental factors of global change impact on the built environment? What conditions must be met to ensure sustainable use of urban and rural habitats?

The individual modules include courses from a variety of disciplines. Central among them are history, social anthropology, sociology, political science, theology/religious studies, environmental sciences and epidemiology. Moreover, the degree program features regular contributions from disciplines such as literature studies and linguistics or gender studies.

By combining and comparing these different approaches, students develop a scientific understanding of the dynamics and historical evolution of the social and natural environment, the health situation, and the living conditions of people in different regions of the continent. Students are exposed to a wide variety of scientific methods. Furthermore, transdisciplinarity is promoted by introducing students to applied research fields and leveraging practical knowledge from outside the university.

Admission requirements

Students are admitted with a bachelor’s degree (BA/BSc) in one of the subject areas or fields of study listed in the study program of the MA in African Studies. The program has a strong emphasis on the social sciences. Foundational knowledge in a social science discipline and prior experience and knowledge of the African continent are advantageous, but not a requirement for admission.
Once an application has been submitted through the Student Administration Office, it is assessed by the African Studies teaching committee, which may stipulate additional admission requirements. The final decision by the President’s Board is conveyed by the Student Administration Office.
Advice on admission requirements is available from the ZASB executive office.

Program structure

A master’s is a second degree that a person can earn after completing a bachelor’s and requires 120 credit points (CP) in total. The Master's Degree Program in African Studies is a single-major degree, which means that no other subjects are studied to achieve the 108 CP. Free electives (12 CP) are also included. One ECTS credit point equates to approximately 30 hours of work.

Master of Arts (120 CP)
African Studies
108 CP
Free electives
12 CP
Master's degree program


Students are free to choose any free elective. These courses allow students to deepen their knowledge of their degree subjects, gain an insight into other degree subjects offered by the University of Basel, or acquire language skills.

Master’s admission requirements

Admission to master’s programs is regulated by the university student regulations and the stipulations of the individual degree program descriptions. More details of the general master’s admission requirements are provided here.

For students to be admitted with no additional requirements, they must hold a bachelor’s degree worth 180 CP from a higher education institution recognized by the University of Basel.

Subject-related requirements are defined in the admission requirements (section 3) of the study program for the relevant subject. The guidelines may also contain further useful information that is key to successful studies.

Registration dates

Students must register for their bachelor’s or master’s degree program within a specified timeframe – even in cases of delayed registration.

Information events

The University of Basel organizes regular information events for bachelor’s and master’s programs. Details can be found on the events page of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences. 
Some subject areas also offer their own separate information or welcome events. Please consult the page for the relevant subject area for event dates and locations.

Master’s examination & degree

 

Deadlines and dates for master's studies (see data sheets at Dokumente und Merkblätter)

From the fall semester 2019, the revised framework regulations for the Master of Arts will apply. Registration for the master's thesis is independent of registration for the master's examinations. It is now also possible to examine only one subject per session, i.e. the two master's examinations can be divided into two sessions (attention: only for master's degree subjects, it is not possible to separate the two examinations for study programs). New registration deadlines apply for the master's examinations, these have previously taken place at the same time as the registration for the master's thesis.

From the registration in spring semester 2019 onwards, the same acceptance and submission date (last date of the registration deadline) will apply to the master's thesis for all students.

Master’s thesis
Semester takeover, submission Takeover FS 2018, submission FS 2019 (old / new Master's regulations)Takeover SS 2019, submission SS 2020 (old / new Master's regulations)Takeover FS 2019, submission FS 2020 (new Master's regulations)Takeover SS 2020, submission SS 2021Takeover FS 2020, submission FS 2021Takeover SS 2021, submission SS 2022
Registration form available from

expired

expiredexpired06.04.2005.10.2005.04.21
Application Master’s thesis

expired

expiredexpired05.05. - 20.05.20103.11. - 19.11.2004.05. - 20.05.21
Takeover date

expired

expiredexpired20.05.2019.11.2019.05.21
Submission dateexpired22.02.2001.10.2019.02.2118.08.2119.02.22
Submission of Master’s thesis confirmation formexpiredby 27.02.20 at the latestby 08.10.20 at the latestby 25.02.21 at the latestby 26.08.21 at the latestby 25.02.22 at the latest
Review submission by lecturersexpired19.06.2018.12.2018.06.2117.12.2117.06.22
Notification of gradesby 31.01.20 at the latestby 31.07.20 at the latestby 31.01.21 at the latestby 31.07.21 at the latestby 31.01.22 at the latestby 31.07.22 at the latest
Review inspection14.01. - 13.02.2016.06. - 13.08.2019.01. - 12.02.2115.06. - 12.08.21318.01. - 17.02.2214.06. - 18.08.223
 
Master's examinations for students of the degree subject and program

Semester

FS 2019 (old / new Master's regulations)SS 2020 (old / new Master's regulations)FS 2020 (new Master's regulations)SS 2021FS 2021SS 2022
Application forms (degree subject / program) available from

19.08.19

04.02.2001.09.2001.02.2124.08.2101.02.22
Application deadline for examination

17.09. - 26.09.19

18.02. - 27.02.2015.09. - 24.09.2002.03. - 11.03.21221.09. - 30.09.2122.02. - 03.03.22
Examination session

16.12. - 20.12.19

25.05. - 29.05.2014.12. - 18.12.2031.05. - 04.06.2117.12. & 20.12. - 23.12.2130.05. - 03.06.22
Notification of grades13.01.2015.06.2018.01.2114.06.2117.01.2213.06.22
 
Application for MA degree documents
SemesterFS 2019SS 2020FS 2020SS 2021FS 2021SS 2022
Application deadline for degree
(Application form)

14.01. - 13.02.20

16.06. - 13.08.2019.01. - 12.02.2115.06.-12.08.21318.01.-17.02.2214.06.-18.08.223
Graduation ceremony

--

12.09.2027.03.2111.09.2126.03.2217.09.22


1 21.05.2020 is a public holiday (Ascension Day).
2 SS 2021 begins only on 01.03.2021 (Carnival holidays: 22.02. - 26.02.2021).
3 Please note the summer break of the Student Administration Services.

All data subject to subsequent changes.

Career opportunities

The program prepares students for what is a relatively young scientific field in Switzerland, and an emerging international labor market. This market calls for a wide range of specific, Africa-related knowledge and skills that are not usually taught in a connected fashion in university education, and are prerequisites for further professional training.

Combined with appropriate internships, trainee positions or further education programs, the MA in African Studies offers a gateway to the following professional fields: multilateral and bilateral organizations, migration and integration, museums and exhibitions, archives and libraries, governmental and non-governmental development cooperation, commissioned research and consulting, environmental projects, diplomatic service, tourism, business, research, journalism and intercultural communication. In addition, the master’s degree provides access to doctoral studies.

Academic advice

      Teaching committee

        International Students

        Please note that in the case of international students the letter of admission is often only issued a month before the start of lectures. Since the application process for a study permit can take up to 4 months, international students usually have to postpone the start of their studies to the folllowing semester.

        For a successful visa application a proof of sufficient financial means to cover the cost of your living and studying (CHF 2000.-/month) has to be submitted. As a rule the embassy will expect a bank draft of an account in the applicant's name containing the funds required for the first 9 monhts of your studies in combination with a letter explaining in a transparent and plausible way, that funding is sustainable for the chole duration of the studies (24 months).


        The MA theses can be accessed at the coordination office of the ZASB. Please indicate the reference number.

         

        BayuhSamuel2019Assessment of psychological problems and risky sexual behaviors of ethiopian youth migrants in SwitzerlandMAT 2019 005
        IslerDanielle Audrey2019The Politics of the Seen and Unseen - What Inequality has to do with Race and (In)visibility in Salvador da BahiaMAT 2019 003
        KaruwoKingdom Fungai2019Political Economy in the Post-Colony. The Role of Tertiary Education on Emigration Decisions in GhanaMAT 2019 002
        KimuraMisato2019The intersubjective lifeworld of Congolese and Burundian refugees in the Northwestern province of ZambiaMAT 2019 004
        Yotégé FangaAurélie2019La gouvernance interne des ONG: entre incertitudes et contraintes, le cas de 3 ONG suisses au CamerounMAT 2019 001
        KanyimbaTebuho Winnie2019Independence on the Horizon - Reading History in Namibian Documentary Films of the 1980sMAT 2019 006
        BolligerNicole2018Understanding the role of trust and risk perception in the water purchasing intention from a small-scale independent provider: The case of sachet water at the markets in Cotonou, BeninMAT 2018 01
        IkehOgechi Nkolika2018Social Determinant and Coping Strategy of Postnatal Depression among Mothers in Jos, NigeriaMAT 2018 06
        Luisa FernandaCardenas Ramirez2018Pathways to Activism: A Historical Study of Sahrawi Women's ActivismMAT 2018 05
        NzoyisabaLydia2018"The Role of Traditional  Healers in Tuberculosis Management and  Control in Temeke Munipality  Dar Es Salaam Tanzani 
        OtiMahsun2018Re-engaging with the past, present, and future through collective memories: The case of Rhodes must fallMAT 2018 02
        StewartGene Anthony2018Ausweis bitte: Black, Educated, and Racially Profiled in the basel Metro-AreaMAT 2018 04
        ZublerVanessa2018Eating tomatoes, feeding poverty? How does Coop's corporate resposability approach deal with the prevailing social and environmental conditions in the Souss valley of MoroccoMAT 2018 03
        GautschiManuel2017Development Brokers or Political Entrepreneurs? The Role of Mayors in Liberal Democracy Assistance in the Department of Borgou, BeninMAT 2017 004
        GepperthNadja2017Changing Concepts of Masculinity. A Historical Study on Cameroonian Migrants in GermanyMAT 2017 007
        JennyRaphael2017End of Supremacy. With Rhodesian Commandos and their Motives for Fighting at the Closing Phase of Zimbabwe's War of Liberation, 1979-80MAT 2017 001
        LeuZanele2017The Experiences, Roles, and Perceptions of Black Policemen in Kimberley during Apartheid in South Africa 1979-1980MAT 2017 009
        MusaRamatu2017Dueling Realities: The Authentication of African Womanhood in Two Photographs by Priya RamrakhaMAT 2017 008
        NzayisabaLydie2017The role of Traditional Healers in Tuberculosis Management and Control in Temeke MunicipalityMAT 2017 003
        Osei-GyawuMatthew2017Livelihood Resilience and Perceived Vulnerability to Flooding among the Urban Poor in AccraMAT 2017 006
        RandriamboavonjyJenna2017Le rôle de l'apprentissage dual dans la réduction du chômage des jeunes au SénégalMAT 2017 011
        Sidler SahoEva Sophie2017Malawi's Land reform from a Chieftaincy's PerspectiveMAT 2017 002
        WerlenSarah Lages2017Rare cases of European females of the better class and delinquent coloured girls and women. Women's prisons in Cape Town, 1899-1948MAT 2017 005
        WunderlinLena2017Comparing, Competing, Contemplating. Approaching citizens' evaluation of the EAC - a case study from MwanzaMAT 2017 012
        ZanteNestor2017Les incivilités dans la ville de OuagadougouMAT 2017 010
        AmbühlRoman2016Case Study: The zambian Water Watch Groups. Towards a Model of Participatory Accountability?MAT 2016 X01
        AsamoahPrince2016Pursuing Dignity in South African Cities: How local Authorities respond to the Needs of Undocumented Migrant Families?MAT 2016 010
        EnrikaCharles2016Black women's hairstyles in societies. To what extent do black women adapt their hairstyles as a way to negogiate dominant culture?MAT 2016 008
        FordjourEmmanuel Arkoh2016The health status and support-based elder care in Ghana: A case study of the Ejisu-Juaben municipal in the Ashanti region of GhanaMAT 2016 004
        Mettler (Mukuku)Fungai2016Forgiven or Forgotten? Notions of Reconciliation in Zimbabwe under the Government of National UnityMAT 2016 002
        MisteliLeandra2016Alles Gold was gläntzt? Verantwortung von multinatonalen Unternehmen in der Goldindustrie: eine Fallstudie aus TansaniaMAT 2016 006
        ParkSunghea2016Living as a Deaf Person in Urban TanzaniaMAT 2016 003
        UnterfraunerFlorian2016Living with Change. Adoption Strategies of Cameroonian Studio Photographers in the Face of New TechnologiesMAT 2016 007
        van ZelderenMerel Roos 2016Notions of Culture and ist Signifigance in Doing Business in and with AfricaMAT 2016 011
        VuckovicDragana2016The role of health workers from former Yugoslavia in shaping the Health System in Africa: Perceptio of Africa by the former Yugoslavian health workersMAT 2016 001
        WeberAngelika2016Accountability and Justice for Economic Crimes? What standards and criteria were used to establish accountability and justice for economic crimes in the Truth and Reconciliation Commission after teh civil war in Liberia?MAT 2016 009
        WesthoffDominik2016“What is Ebola? Actors’ Framing of a Multifaceted Problem”MAT 2016 005
        AdjeiIsaac2015Urban Solid Waste Management in a Growing Economy: The Acceptance of Policies and Regulations by the People. Case Study in Kummasi, GhanaMAT 2015 008
        BaumannJoana2015Being connected. Insights into mobile phone practices of young people in ArushaMAT 2015 X
        BiohPrince2015Assessing the Effects of Miming on Communities' Health and the Physical Environment: The Case of Newmont Gold Mine in Brong-Ahafo, GhanaMAT 2015 005
        BrühwilerAgnes 2015Masterarbeit African Studies
        "Realizing Foreign Investment
        in
        Tanzania. How Policy Frameworks
         Inform the Realization of the
        Bagamoyo EcoEnergy in Matipwili
         Village, Bagamoyo, Tanzania."
         
        FahrlaenderBasil2015De la Sahraouité comme projet politique, étude socio-historique sur l'émergence d'une conscience nationale supra-tribale au Sahara OccidentalMAT 2015 004
        FurrerChristian P.2015Malihai Clubs - Eine afrikanische Regierungsorganisation und die Natur-Kultur-DebatteMAT 2015 006
        KoduaSamuel2015Youth Unemployment Situation in Ghana: The case of Kumasi MetropolisMAT 2015 007
        TabiriGordon Kussi2015Masculinity and Sexual Health: Perceptions of HIV/AIDS by First Year University Male Students in Legon, AccraMAT 2015 003
        TarrNatalie2015"Le Message Choisit La Langue" Language Choices and Attitudes Among University Students in Bobo-Dioulasso, Burkina FasoMAT 2015 003
        van LeeuwenCaro2015Home or Hospital? Birthing Decisions of Women in Accra, GhanaMAT 2015 002
        ChansaJennifer C.2014The 'Urbanization' of Colonial Mine Labour in Zambia: An Analysis of the Godfrey Wilson Papers on Broken Hill Mine (1938-1941) MAT 2014 003
        GiezendannerEliane2014Ambiguous 'Homecomings'. Repatriation of Second-Generation Burundian RefugeesMAT 2014 007
        HoopSabine2014Adolescent Sexual Reproductive Health Services in Rwanda: Sex Education and Decision-Making MAT 2014 008
        KruckerJeanine P.2014The Discovery of Aquifers in Turkana County, Kenya: A Preliminary Study on the Prospective Impact of Recent Groundwater Findings on Pastoralist CommunitiesMAT 2014 005
        LusitoAgnes S.2014Realizing Foreign Investment in tanzania. How Policy Framworks Inform the Realization of the Bagamoyo EcoEnergy Project in Matipwili Village, Bagamoyo, Tanzania MAT 2014 004
        OderindePeter A.2014The Rise of African Immigrants: A Case Study of Nigerian Entrepreneurs and Professionals in the Economy of South Africa, 1994-2013MAT 2014 002
        Schaefer (jetzt Bögli)Elaine Nicole2014Creating a Cause: Studying Principle Creation with Outsiders Theory through a Food Justice OrganizationMAT 2014 001
        SimonSandro2014The Becoming of the Bamenda Wetlands: Cultivation in Continuous ChangeMAT 2014 006
        AlbisserRaphael2013United States Anti-Slave trade laws in Southeast Africa. The Implementation of American Law in the Final Years of the Transatlantic Slave trade.MAT 2013 006
        ButtàChiara2013The Rastafari Movement in Italy: An Imagined CommunicationMAT 2013 003
        CabantacMyra Mae2013Positioning Success: Perspectives of Nigerian Women in Switzerland MAT 2013 002
        HakizimanaJoël Muhizi2013Les Africains de Suisse face aux enjeux de l'intégrationMAT 2013 001
        MüllerNina2013Spannungsfeld Entwicklungsarbeit. Die Rolle der Partizipation der Zielbevölkerung in der Arbeit der schweizerischen Direktion für Entwicklung und Zusammenarbeit (DEZA)MAT 2013 005
        MüllerFaduma2013Forced Migration and Transitional Justice. Justice as for Somali forced migrants in CairoMAT 2013 004
        NiederbergerAngela2013Linking Sustainable Livelihood Capitals and Capabilities: The Case of Chilika LakeMAT 2013 X01
        AdisaOladimeji David2012Understanding Corruption through Public Perception. A Case Study of Nigeria.MAT 2012 002
        AhidjoNadia Ahmadou2012Frantz Fanon and the 21st Century: Ou en sommes nous?MAT 2012 004
        FranzTobias2012"Join the Caravan": Von der Groupe Salafiste pour la Prédiction et le Combat (GSPC) zu al-Quaida im islamischen Maghreb (AQIM). Triumph des globalen Dschihads?MAT 2012 013
        GeuderJacob2012Die Enträumlichung Bamakos. Transformation und Produktion eines urbanen RaumesMAT 2012 006
        GhebreghiorghisTesfalem2012HIV Testing Barriers Among Eritrean Migrants In SwitzerlandMAT 2012 007
        GroganPatrick M.2012‘Improving’ the Cape Colony, 1815-1821: The Perspectives of Sir Jahleel BrentonMAT 2012 001
        JulienNora2012"Das Bild der
        Jugend des Femina Health
        Information
        Projects HIP in Dar es Salaam,
        Tansania. Eine
        diskursanalytische
        Untersuchung der 'Fema' Jugend-
         und
        Aufklärungszeitschriftenprodukt
        ion"
         
        LüthyCorinne2012The Development of the Water Distribution in Ouagadoudou, Burkina Faso: The Influence of Public Water Organization ONEAMAT 2012 008
        Montavon (Zettelmeier)Alexandra2012Gesundheit der mobilen Pastoralisten im Tschad: Gegenwärtiger Stand und zukünftige Ausrichtung der Forschung und Umsetzung 
        SchellingAnna2012Flourishing Trade at the Mouth of the Volta: The Significance of the Basel Mission and the Basel Mission Trading Company in ada, 1870-1914 MAT 2012 005
        WullimannChantal2012The Production of Road Traffic: Strategies of Pedestrians to claim Space in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania MAT 2012 009
        ZannolFabienne2012Legislative Frauenquote in Tansania. (Un-)Möglichkeiten eines globalen Werkzeuges im lokalen KontextMAT 2012 003
        ZimmermannChantal2012"Wie eine Wand, hinter der man das Leben nicht sieht." Nothilfe und ihre Spannungsfelder im Alltag von LangzeitbezügerInnen aus Afrika MAT 2012 010
        ZumthurnTizian2012Climate and Agriculture in Central Namibia, 1845 – 1920. A Study in Historical Climatology and Environmental and Social HistoryMAT 2012 011
        BischoffHelina2011South Africa's Shifting Identity: Categorisation and Strategy in the Climate Change NegotiationsMAT 2011 006
        Kaiser-GrolimundAndrea2011"Transhumane  towards Nothern Togo: Effects of a new inter-ministerial Order" 
        Kley-GomezChantelle2011Pictures of an Afropolitan Uplift: How Visual Representation of Africa in ARISE Magazine contributes to a new and modern African IdentityMAT 2011 003
        KuengMyriam2011Normal Life in Rwanda. Everyday life on the campus of the National University from the perspective of the student restaurantMAT 2011 002
        LortieLeona2011Rhetoric and Reflection in the Face of Opposition: A Discursive Analysis of the Maji Maji in Colonial Germany MAT 2011 001
        OppligerDaniela2011What fawours the desired outcome of a development project? - Perceptions of involved actorsMAT 2011 004
        SchönmannFlorian2011Universal Men in Narrow-Minded Times. Postcolonial Identity and Anti-Apartheid Politics in the Music of Johnny CleggMAT 2011 X01
        TaubeDorothea2011Wissensvermittlung afrikaspezifischer Inhalte in der entwicklungspolitischen Bildungsarbeit. Eine lebensweltliche Beschreibung wissensbildender Elemente bei ReferentInnen in der nicht-formellen BildungMAT 2011 005
        AffentrangerLukas2010From "The Native Is The Enemy Of The Forest" Towards "Community Based Natural Resources Management": A History Of Forest Exploitation In MozambiqueMAT 2010 005
        AmmannCarole2010There Is a Lot of Work to Be Done. Women and Politics in Benin. A Case StudyMAT 2010 007
        BishopStephanie2010Damming the Olifants: Mining and Hydropolitics in the Limpopo ProvinceMAT 2010 004
        BonenbergerMarc2010Malnutrition in Zanzibar – Prevalences, Determinants and Mitigation StrategiesMAT 2010 010
        ChanJudith2010Social Suffering and Wellbeing: A Case Study of Somali Urban Refugee Youth in Eastleigh, Nairobi, KenyaMAT 2010 006
        GrolimundAndrea2010Transhumance towards Northern Togo: Effects of a New Inter-ministerial OrderMAT 2010 008
        IsmailaYakubu2010NGOs as Agents of Change in Health Development: The Agogo Presbyterian PHC Unit and CBS VolunteersMAT 2010 011
        NeugebauerInge2010Ein Jahrzehnt der Ungewissheit: Von der Segregation zur Apartheid in einer südafrikanischen Schule. Lemana Training Institution 1948-1958MAT 2010 002
        ObrechtMartina2010Familienangehörige von Migranten in Burkina Faso. Gelebte transnationale Sozialräume aus der Perspektive der Daheimgebliebenen.MAT 2010 003
        RiedwegKarin2010Stärken und Schwächen der Civil Society Organizations erötert am Beispiel von HIV/Aids in TansaniaMAT 2010 001
        Schürer-RiesAnke2010Ruth Dammann and Anneliese Scherz: Unsung Photography and the Image of the Bushman in Post-Colonial ResearchMAT 2010 009
        Abdel-AtiIbrahim2009Let the Colored into the Rainbow NationMAT 2009 004
        HowellBrian2009The Price of Insecurity: The Growth and Impact of Private Security Firms in AfricaMAT 2009 005
        MashunaTimotheus2009The 1978 elections: South Africa's decolonisation plan for Namibia and its other implicationsMAT 2009 001
        Näf-GloorSandra2009Wanderlust or career planning? How the journey to South Africa in the years 1802-1806 determined the life of Hinrich LichtensteinMAT 2009 003
        RenggliFrancesca2009Mediation - Mittel internationaler Konfliktbewältigung? Mediation als Peacebuilding-Konzept in Nord Kivu der Acte d'EngagementMAT 2009 002
        SaxerNadin2008Coming Home: Reintegrating Male Returnees from the Lord's Resistance Army in Northern UgandaMAT 2008 001
        BrühwilerBenjamin2007MANaging Bankruptcy. Masculinities in Dar es Salaam, 1985-1990MAT 2007 005
        GastrowClaudia2007Designing Dystopias: Social Security in South Africa c. 1939 - 1946MAT 2007 004
        KyburzSonja2007"Sending money home" Eine Untersuchung zum Remittance-Verhalten kamerunischer Migranten in der Schweiz im Spannungsfeld transnationaler FamilienbeziehungenMAT 2007 002
        NyffeneggerManuela2007Wahrheit und Dichtung in den Lebensgeschichten von ehemaligen Sklavenkindern auf Sansibar. Ein Vergleich von Anton Horners/Jean-Joseph Gaumes Suéma und von A.C. Madans KiunganiMAT 2007 003
        PfanderDenise2007"So gross oder klein wie ein Mensch, so gross oder klein ist sein chi." Aspekte eines Persönlichkeitskonzepts der nigerianischen Igbo im Vergleich mit dem Selbstkonzept C.G. Jungs.MAT 2007 001
        Schätti ZundelChristian2007Kulturelle Epidemiologie und Krankheitsmanagement von Typ 2 Diabetes im ländlichen Südafrika: eine PilotstudieMAT 2007 007
        SchubertJon2007Dez jogadores contra um guarda-rede. Angola. The Dynamics of State and Civil Society 2002-2007MAT 2007 008
        SchumacherSylvie2007Das Potential von Community Health Workers und die Herstellung sozialer Sicherheit in Tansania. Sind Mikrokreditprogramme eine Option für die Sicherung der Gesundheitsversorgung auf der Gemeindeebene?MAT 2007 009
        StettlerSarah2007Ethnisierungsprozesse in Ruanda - Bedeutungsänderungen der Begriffe "Hutu" und "Tutsi"? MAT 2007 010
        WeberCyrilla2007Der Umgang mit der Vergangenheit. Aspekte des Transitional Justice Process in Sierra LeoneMAT 2007 006
        Hofer - CzendlikDaria2006Malaria in pregnancy – risks, insecticide treated nets and intermittent preventive treatment – a study in Rufiji District, TanzaniaMAT 2006 001
        PulverJeanne2006Performative Kommunikation - Theatrale Intervention. Wirkungsziele und Wirkungsweisen einer kollektiven Theaterarbeit in Bobo-Dioulasso / Burkina FasoMAT 2006 002
        RüediFranziska2006Asinamali! - We have no money: Social Movement Activism and the Role of the Churches in the Vaal Triangle c. 1975-1985MAT 2006 003
        Steinmann MandumePia2006"Manuel ist mein bester Freund, mein Halbbruder". Eine qualitative Untersuchung der Beziehungsnetze von Jugendlichen aus Kamerun und der Demokratischen Republik Kongo in BaselMAT 2006 004
        YéréHenri-Michel2006The Cultural Biography of a Generation: Zouglou Music and Youth in Côte d'IvoireMAT 2006 005