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Alhassan, A.Y. Effect of seedbed type and different intercrop densities of Soya bean (Glycine max) and pigeonpea (Cajanus cajan) on the performance of sorghum (Sorghum bicolor) in the Guinea savannah zone of Ghana. Ph.D., London, Wye College.­

Appleby, J.H. Biology of bruchid pests of stored bambara groundnuts (Vigna subterranea (L.)) - with special reference to imaginal polymorphism in Callosobruchus subinnotatus. Ph.D., London, Royal Holloway and Bedford New

Braimah, L.I. Management of Lake Volta fisheries resources on a sustainable basis [Ghana]. Ph.D., Hull.­

Hartemink, A.E. Soil fertility decline in the tropics with case studies on plantation crops [Tanzania]. Ph.D., Reading.­
Hearne, S.J. Morphological, physiological and molecular interactions between maize and the parasitic angiosperm Striga hermonthica [West Africa]. Ph.D., Sheffield.­
Kasulo, V.S.W. Bioeconomic management of aquatic ecosystems for the conservation and sustainable utilisation of biodiversity [Malawi]. Ph.D., York.­
Longley, C.A. A social life of seeds: local management of crop variability in North-Western Sierra Leone. Ph.D., London, U. Coll.­
Maruthi, M.N. Bemisia tabaci and geminivirus variability in relation to cassava mosaic disease. Ph.D., Greenwich.
Ndufa, J.K. Nitrogen and soil organic matter benefits to maize by fast growing pure and mixed species legume fallows in western Kenya. Ph.D., U. of London, Imperial Coll. of Science, Technology and Medicine.­
Nyeko, P. The diversity and impact of herbivorous insects and pathogens on Alnus species in Uganda: a challenge in agroforestry. Ph.D., Wales, Bangor.­
Osbahr, H. Livelihood strategies and soil fertility at Fandou Beri, southwestern Nigeria. Ph.D., London, U. Coll.­
Owusu, E.H. Community forest conservation in Ghana: the potential of Mount Afadjato and Agumatsa Range for ecotourism. Ph.D., Kent.­
Rodwell, L.D. Marine reserves and the enhancement of tropical fisheries [Kenya]. D.Phil., York.­
Sam-Amoah, L.K. Assessment of potential and actual performance of rice production systems in Ghana. Ph.D., Newcastle upon Tyne.­
Sikana, P.M. Agro-pastoralism and market integration: transformation and continuity of the multiple roles of cattle among the cattle keepers of Bulozi Flood Plains, Western Zambia. Ph.D., Cambridge.­
Symeonakis, E. Soil erosion modelling over sub-Saharan Africa using remote sensing and geographical information systems. Ph.D., U. of London.­
Tuson, J.C. Environment and livelihood systems in the forest savanna interface: a study in Brong Amafo, Ghana. Ph.D., Wales, Bangor.­


Abd El Salam, S.A. Egyptian and Graeco-Roman wall plasters and mortars: a comparative scientific study. D.Phil, Leicester.­
Buckley, S.A. Chemical investigations of the organic embalming agents employed in ancient Egyptian mummification. Ph.D., Bristol.­
Clarke, J. Oppression and caring: a feminist ethnography of working to improve patient care in Ethiopia. Ph.D., Trinity College Dublin (Univ. of Dublin).­
Eltringham, N.P. Discourse and genocide: the contest for 'reality' in post-genocide Rwanda. Ph.D., London, School of Oriental and African Studies.­
Hall, P.M. Unity and faith: the negotiation of social and religious identities in Calabar [Nigeria]. Ph.D., Edinburgh.­
Henry, L.W. Doing development and being Gurage: the embeddedness of development in Sebat Bet Gurage identities [Ethiopia]. Ph.D., Open U.­
Kea, P.J. The politics of difference: female farmers and clientelist relations in a changing Gambian community. Ph.D., London, Sch. of Oriental and African Studies.­
Leopold, M. The roots of violence and the reconstruction of society in north Western Uganda. Ph.D., Oxford.­
Ohinata, H. Archaeology of iron-using farming communities in Swaziland: pots, people and life during the first and second millennia. D.Phil., Oxford.­
Samuels, F. "We Kaonde we don't migrate": the stretching of contemporary Kaonde life-worlds between rural and urban. [Zambia]. D.Phill., Sussex.­
Taylor, M.J. Life, land and power: contesting development in northern Botswana. Ph.D., Edinburgh.­

Biological Sciences

Al-Ghamdi, F.A.K. Systematics of the genus Lavandula L. (Lamiaceae) in the Middle East and tropical N.E. Africa. Ph.D., Reading.­
Allender, C.J. Molecular markers and the speciation of African cichlid fish. Ph.D., Southampton.­
Angus, B.J. Pathophysiological aspects of severe falciparum malaria in Thailand and Ghana. M.D., Glasgow.­
Baha El Din, S.M. The herpetofauna of Egypt: species, communities and assemblages. Ph.D., Nottingham.­
Bailes, E. Origins and evolution of primate lentiviruses. Ph.D., Nottingham.­
Bayoh, M.N. Studies on the development and survival of Anopheles gambiae sensu stricto at various temperatures and relative humidities [Gambia]. Ph.D., Durham.
Bro-Jorgensen, J. Lek-breeding in Topi antelopes (Damaliscus lunatus) [Tanzania]. Ph.D., London, U. Coll.
Carrick, P.J. Shrub community dynamics in a South African semi-desert [South Africa]. Ph.D., Cambridge.
Dallimer, M. Migration patterns of the redbilled quelea (Quelea quelea) in southern Africa: genetics, morphology and behaviour. Ph.D., Edinburgh.­
Darbyshire, I.A. Pollen and charcoal records of Late Holocene environmental change in East Africa. Ph.D., Wales, Aberystwyth.­
Dilane, E. Population genetics and molecular systematics of the ommastrephid squid species, Illex coindetii (Verany, 1839) and Todaropsis eblanae (Ball, 1841) [Mauritania]. Ph.D., University Coll., Cork.
Espira, A. Variations in the ground ant communities of Kakamega Forest, Western Kenya: potential indicators of forest disturbance. D.Phil., Oxford.­
Fuller, S.C. Implementation of natural resources management policy in Zimbabwe 1980-1999. Ph.D., Kent.­
Jetz, W. Biodiversity of African birds. D.Phil., Oxford.­
Kharusy, M.N.M. Geographical variation in the laboratory reared populations of the Larger Grain Borer, Prostephanus truncatus (Horn) (Coleoptera: Bostrichidae): an important stored products pest of maize and dry cassava. Ph.D., Wales, Cardiff.
Leakey, L.N. Body weight estimation of bovidae and plio-pleistocene faunal change, Turkana basin, Kenya. Ph.D., London, U. Coll.­
Morgan, B.J. Ecology of mammalian frugivores in the Réserve de Fauna du Petit Loango, Gabon. Ph.D., Cambridge.­
Mvumi, B.M. The ecology of stored grain insects in Zimbabwe and their control using diatomaceous earths with particular reference to the grain moth Sitotroga cerealella. Ph.D., Greenwich.­
Nahonyo, C.L. Human elephant conflicts in the Greater Ruaha Ecosystem, Tanzania. Ph.D., Kent.­
Pratt, S.E. The "Time of Truth" and "Modern Times": Contested conceptions of "obedience" and "authority" within a Hausa village, Maradi, Niger. Ph.D., Cambridge.­
Pullen, S.L. Behavioural and genetic studies of the mating system in a nocturnal primate: the lesser galago (Galago moholi) [South Africa]. Ph.D., Cambridge.
Reeves, G. Radiation and macroevolutionary ecology of the African genus protea [South Africa]. Ph.D., U. of London, Imperial Coll. of Science, Technology and Medicine.­
Ribot, I. Craniomandibular variation in sub-Saharan Africa: sexual dimorphism, geography, ecology and history. Ph.D., Cambridge.­
Sithole, M.P. Identity and social change in Msinga district of Northern KwaZulu-Natal. [South Africa]. Ph.D., Cambridge.­
Skov, M.W. Reproduction and feeding ecology of East African mangrove crabs, and their influence on forest energy flow [Tanzania]. Ph.D., Liverpool.­
Smith, R.J. Designing an integrated protected area network for Maputaland, South Africa. Ph.D., Kent.­
Zaki-Eldeen, S. The effects of elevated CO2 and water stress on two C4 pasture species (Blepharis linariifolia and Cenchrus biflorus) native to Sudan. Ph.D., Trinity College Dublin.­

Business Administration

Enwefah, J.E. Human resource management in developing countries: a study of multinational companies in the Nigerian oil industry. Ph.D., Wales, Cardiff.­
Essoo, N. A study of cultural influences on consumer behaviour in a small island economy: religious influences on purchasing behaviour in Mauritius. Ph.D., Warwick.­
Fildes, J. Constraints to small firm growth and the role of business advice in townships on the Cape Flats, South Africa. Ph.D., Open U.­
Holzer, B. Transnational subpolitics and corporate discourse: A study of environmental protest and the Royal Dutch/Shell Group [Nigeria]. Ph.D., London, London School of Economics and Political Science.­
Kojima, S. The transferability of the lean production system to an emerging economy: The case of the South African auto components industry. D.Phill., Sussex.­
Msweli-Mbanga, P. Distributor retention in network marketing organisations: the South African case. Ph.D., Exeter.­
Ndaba, J. An empirical study of total quality management (TQM) implementation in the Southern African Development Community (SADC) context: A proposed model of best practice. Ph.D., Bradford.­
Saleh, M.M. Accounting information disclosure and accountability: cases from Libya. Ph.D., Sheffield Hallam.­

Earth Sciences

Evans, J.M. Gold exploration in tropically weathered terrains: the formation, evolution and geochemistry of lateritic profiles in Liberia and Guinea, West Africa. Ph.D., Southampton.­
Hammer, M. Growth, development and life history variation among early African hominids. Ph.D., Cambridge.­
Henderson, Z.L. Spatial patterning at southern African middle Pleistocene open-air sites: Florisbad, Duinefontein 2/2 and Mwanganda's Village. [South Africa & Malawi]. Ph.D., Cambridge.­
Irvine, G.J. Time constraints on the formation of lithospheric mantle beneath cratons: a Re-Os isotope and platinum group element study of peridotite xenoliths from northern Canada and Lesotho. Ph.D., Durham.­
Jennings, J.S. Fracture kinematics, cementation and burial history of a structurally polyphase sedimentary basin, Tunisia. Ph.D., Kingston.­
Messelles, H. Diagenesis related to thrust-sheet emplacement: Tellian Atlas, northern Algeria. Ph.D., Reading.­
Nama, E.E. Detection of landscape changes arising from tectonism and volcanism on Mount Cameroon. Ph.D., Salford.­
Philips, B.R. Tectonic controls on carbonate reservoir development on the Pelagian Platform, central Mediterranean. Ph.D., London, Imperial Coll. Of Science, Tech. and Medicine.­
Sargeant, F. The seismic stratigraphy of the Bushveld Igneous Complex, South Africa. Ph.D., Liverpool.­


Abdelaziz, G.S. Service quality in Egyptian banking: dimensions and their relative importance. Ph.D., Nottingham.­
Afify, A.S. Privatization: problems of implementation in Egypt. Ph.D., Aston.­
Brück, T. Coping with peace: post-war household strategies in northern Mozambique. Ph.D., Oxford.­
Chigumira, G. Financial liberalisation in Zimbabwe. Ph.D., Strathclyde.­
Dickinson, D.G. National identity and economic development: The workplace challenge project in the South African plastics industry. Ph.D., Cambridge.­
Elamin, A.E.M.M. Strategy development processes in selected Sudanese enterprises. Ph.D., Lancaster.­
Elsiefy, E. Portfolio performance evaluation and selection: Theory and evidence from the Egyptian Emerging Capital Market. Ph.D., Birmingham.­
Gelana, A. Impacts of devaluation on urban-rural interactions: a computable general equilibrium model for the Ethiopian economy. Ph.D., Strathclyde.­
Gundry, S.W. The design of a modelling framework to simulate the local food system of a rural community in Zimbabwe. Ph.D., Edinburgh.­
Haileyesus, A. Linking formal and informal financial institutions in North Omo Zone (Ethiopia): an exploratory study of smallholding farmers group formation and financial services provision in Boloso Sore and Kindo Koisha Woredas.

Ph.D., Reading U. (U.K.).­

Hendy, A.M.E. The impact of financial liberalisation on portfolio shifts: the 1990s experience with particular reference to the Egyptian economy. Ph.D., Salford.­
Kapayi, J.M. The effects of fiscal policy on inflation. (Zambia 1956-1999). Ph.D., Reading.­
Karley, N.K. Institutional finance and household requirements: a case study of mortgage provision in South Africa. Ph.D., Cambridge.­
Kayaga, S.M. The influence of customer perceptions of urban utility water services on bill payment behaviour: findings from Uganda. Ph.D., Loughborough.­
Lallchand, J. Capital markets development in sub-Saharan Africa: A case study of Mauritius. Ph.D., Cambridge.­
Levermore, R.J. The European Union/South Africa Trade, Development and Co-operation Agreement: decision-making, participation and perceived economic impacts. Ph.D., Plymouth.­
Mambu, T. The impediments to development in two West Africa states 1965-95. Ph.D., Kent.­
Monkge, C.B. The relationship between education, skill formation and economic development: the case of Botswana. Ph.D., Wales, Cardiff.­
Mustafa, H.E-N.G. Aspects of Sudanese trade 1970-1992. Ph.D., Hull.­
Muyembe, M. Economic integration among developing countries. A vehicle for economic growth and development: the case of Preferential Trade Area of the Eastern and Southern African states. Ph.D., Strathclyde.­
Mwangi, M.N. Indigenous technical knowledge in water development: an investigation into the role of indigenous technical knowledge in development of sustainable rural water supplies [Kenya]. Ph.D., Loughborough.­
Naylor, R.J. Liberalisation and social change in rural northern Ghana: the case of cotton production in Mamprugu. Ph.D., Hull.­
Ndemo, E.B. Growth determinants of micro and small manufacturing enterprises in Kenya. Ph.D., Sheffield.­
Ngugi, R.W. Four essays on corporate finance issues in emerging stock markets [Kenya]. Ph.D., Birmingham.­
Nyawata, O, I.M. Financial liberalization and monetary policy in Zimbabwe. Ph.D., Surrey.­
Odei-Tettey, K. Institutions and development management in Ghana: the post-Revolutionary years. Ph.D., Bristol.­
Ogunsola, B.L. An ergonomic investigation of computer workstations at Nigerian banks. Ph.D., Loughborough.­
Osei, R.D. Essays on aid, trade and growth in Ghana. Ph.D., Nottingham.­
Pantuliano, S. Changing livelihoods: urban adaptation of Beja pastoralists of Halaib province (NE Sudan) and NGO planning approaches [Sudan]. Ph.D., Leeds.­
Ramharak, H. Enhancing post apartheid South Africa: a comparative study of competing approaches. Ph.D., East Anglia.­
Ribeiro, A.J.M.M. Institutional development for community based resource management: A Mozambican case study. Ph.D., Liverpool.­
Rufai, A. Strategic development of sustainable urban water resources in Nigeria. Ph.D., Manchester, UMIST.­
Steyn, G. Governance, finance and investment: decision making and risk in the electric power sector [South Africa]. D.Phil, Sussex.­
Swinnerton, K.J. The ecology and conservation of the pink pigeon Columba mayeri in Mauritius. Ph.D., Kent.­
Tagoe, M.A. Economic reform and issues of equity in rural development: an assessment of cocoa farmers' access to productive assets in the central and western regions of Ghana. Ph.D., Reading.­
Tefula, M. Evaluating the performance of commercial banks in Sub Saharan Africa. Ph.D., Birmingham.­
Terterov, M. Privatisation of public enterprises in Egypt, 1994-2000: a new strategy for the management of a statist economy. Ph.D., Oxford.­
Turkistani, A.Q. An analysis of foreign debt by the Arab countries with special reference to Egypt, Morocco and Tunisia. Ph.D., Leicester.­
Wakeford, R.C. Management of the Seychelles artisanal fishery. Ph.D., London, Imperial College of Sci., Tech. & Med.­
Yago, M.A. Determinants of investment and growth in sub-Saharan African countries: 1980-1997. Ph.D., Nottingham.­


Abdalla, M.I. The effect of background knowledge and text structure on Egyptian and Danish secondary school students' reading comprehension. Ph.D., Edinburgh.­
Aboelmaged, M.G.S. Supporting decision-making in higher educational institutions: towards a grounded theory of computer-based information systems adoption [Egypt]. Ph.D., Lancaster.­
Ackers, W.J. The impact of development assistance on national capacities for research, evaluation and policy and planning in education in developing countries. Ph.D., Newcastle upon Tyne.­
Akbar, H.W. A study of the educational difficulties experienced by AIDS orphans in 5 Ugandan secondary schools. Ph.D., Birmingham.­
Antoninis, E. The expansion of technical secondary education in Egypt and its effect on the labour market. D.Phil, Oxford.­
Ebrahim, A. Open and distance learning in higher education in Egypt: an evaluation of the degree programmes of the Centre of Open Learning in Cairo University. Ph.D., Bath.­
Gahin, G.H.M.A. An investigation into EFL teachers' beliefs and practices in Egypt: an exploratory study. Ph.D., Exeter.­
Kaphesi, E.S. The use of language in mathematics teaching in primary schools in Malawi: bringing language to the surface as an explicit feature in the teaching of mathematics. Ph.D., Nottingham.­
Karim Ssesanga, N.A. Job satisfaction of university academics: Perspectives from Uganda. D.Ed, Bristol.­
Kessler, E. The role of the mediator in the integration of immigrant pupils in Israeli schools [Ethiopia]. D.Phil, Sussex.­
Kumwenda-Phiri, G.C. The establishment of a Continuing Professional Development (CPD) training model for science teachers in Malawi. Ph.D., Bath.­
Lee, M.A. The role of literacy in a changing society: an analysis of South African literacy field 1979-2000. Ph.D., Edinburgh.­
Leibowitz, B. Students' prior learning and their acquisition of academic literacy at a multilingual South African University. Ph.D., Sheffield.­
Monkge, C.B. Education, skill formation and economic development: the case of Botswana. Ph.D., Wales, Cardiff.­
Motlhabane, H. Botswana's Revised National Policy on Education implementation realities: the perspective of the Ministry of Education officials. Ph.D., Reading.­
Munthali, J.J. Education for all in Malawi: the problems and possibilities for girls' schooling. Ph.D., Edinburgh.­
Nock, S. Aspects of gender and mathematics: a case study of some secondary schools in Kenya. D.Ed., Leicester.­
Ntshingila-Khosa, R. Teacher responses to curriculum reform: a comparative study of primary schools in South Africa. Ph.D., Cambridge.­
Ochurub, M. Developing and implementing the senior secondary curriculum in Namibia post-independence. D.Phil, Oxford Brookes.­
Okolo, C.N. Primary school children with learning difficulties in Lagos State: teachers' perceptions of provision and practice [Nigeria]. D.Phil., Brunel.­
Onneetse, B.C. An assessment of implementation of a staff development innovation and perceived effectiveness of staff development in Botswana colleges of education. Ph.D., Wales, Cardiff.­
Quaigrain, K.A. The practice of continuous assessment in the universities of Ghana: A case study evaluation. Ph.D., Nottingham.­
Rajuili, K. Women defining the horizons: adult education in a rural community in South Africa 1979 - 2000. Ph.D., Edinburgh.­
Samson, S.L. Developing an eclectic pedagogical approach for training semi-literates to teach classes of children: with special reference to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Ph.D., Wale.­
Seeco, E.G. A case study into the reading of Primary School Pupils in Botswana. D.Ed, Bristol.­
Seke, A. Gender differences in geography classrooms in senior secondary schools in Botswana. Ph.D., London, External.­
Sylvester, R. The mission of international education in Africa: principles of human unity and world-view in school mission statements and in the literature of the Bahá'í Faith. Ph.D., Bath.­
Walser, R.Y. Musical difference and cultural identity: An African musical tradition in English classrooms. Ph.D., London, School of Oriental and African.­
Withers, L. Collaborative dialogue and student learning: socio-linguistic research in two cultures [Zimbabwe]. Ph.D., Exeter.­

Environmental Sciences

Legesse, W. Sensitivity of biotic indices to natural disturbances [Ethiopia]. Ph.D., U. College, Cork.­


Alderson, M. Household resilience, food security and recurrent exogenous shocks: a study from the semi-arid communal areas of Zimbabwe. Ph.D., Durham.­
Alla-Ali, Y.F.A. Rural to urban change on the fringe of El-Mahalla El-Kubra town, Egypt: monitoring and mapping using geographical information systems. Ph.D., Leeds.­
Altumi, A. A. A decision support system for sustainable urban development of the Tripoli agglomeration-Libya. Ph.D., Dundee.­
Fello, N.M. Depositional environments, diagenesis and reservoir modelling of concession NC115, Murzuq Basin, SW Libya. Ph.D., Durham.­
James, N. A geographical study of Nembudziya, Gokwe North, Zimbabwe: the relationship between agrarian environmental change and household food security in a cotton growing area. Ph.D., Lancaster.­
Kirby, C. Hydrological controls on the dynamics of E. coli populations in the Romwe catchment, southern Zimbabwe. Ph.D., Reading.­
Ramluggun-Essoo, P.N. Economic valuation of the coastal zone in a small island economy: an application to beaches in Mauritius. Ph.D., Nottingham.­
Thompson, C. An explication of tourism entrepreneurship in The Gambia. Ph.D., Strathclyde.­
Wolmer, W. L. Lowveld landscapes: Conservation, development and the wilderness vision in south-eastern Zimbabwe. D.Phil., Sussex.­

Health Sciences

Aziz, M.I.A. Malaria and the growth of children in rural Sudan: a trial of insecticide impregnated bednets. Ph.D., Cambridge.­
Cresswell, M.P. Developing an integrated approach to epidemic forecasting, through the monitoring and prediction of meteorological variables associated with disease. Ph.D., Liverpool.­
Dale, A. Helictobacter pylori infection and growth in rural Gambian children. M.D., Newcastle upon Tyne.­
Doi, Y. Communities, malaria culture and the resurgence of highland malaria in western Kenya: a KAP study. Ph.D., Liverpool.­
Eyber, C. Alleviating psychosocial suffering: an analysis of approaches to coping with war-related distress in Angola. Ph.D., Queen Margaret U. Coll.­
Franks, S.R. The molecular characterisation of Plasmodium falciparum infection and development of the humoral immune response in persistently infected Ghanaian infants. Ph.D., Edinburgh.­
Goodall, M. Trichomoniasis in Africa: rapid laboratory diagnosis [Nigeria]. Ph.D., Liverpool.­
Hayes, R.J. Published work in the field of tropical epidemiology. D.Sc., Edinburgh.­
Jaffar, S. The natural history of HIV-1, HIV-2 and dual infections in sub-Saharan Africa. Ph.D., London, London Sch. of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.­
Kamiya, Y. Acute respiratory infection in young children in Nairobi, Kenya: epidemiological, clinical and microbiological study. Ph.D., Liverpool.­
Kaul, R. Characterisation of HIV-specific immunity in a cohort of high-risk Kenyan sex workers. Ph.D., Open U.­
Kolawole, I.F. Impact of structural adjustment on nutrition: the use of existing data; a case study of Nigeria. Ph.D., London, King's College.­
Mharakurwa, S. Epidemiology of drug-resistant Plasmodium falciparum malaria in Zimbabwe. D.Phil., Oxford.­
Morgan, D. Natural history of HIV-1 infection in adults in rural Uganda. M.D., Liverpool.­
Waddell, K.M. Carcinoma of the conjunction in Uganda: clinical features of aetiology in relation to lumen immunodeficiency virus infection and other factors. M.D., Oxford.­
Walker, R. The risk factors and outcome for stroke in The Gambia, West Africa. M.D., Newcastle upon Tyne.­
Watson-Jones, D.L. Impact of syphilis on outcome of pregnancy and evaluation of syphilis screening strategies for the reduction of adverse pregnancy outcomes in Mwanza, Tanzania. Ph.D., U. of London, London Sch. of Hygiene and Tropical



Achebe, I. Religion and politics in Igboland from the 18th century to 1930: Earth, God and power. [Nigeria]. Ph.D., Cambridge.­

Aissaoui, R. Immigration, ethnicity and national identity: Maghrebis' socio-political mobilisation and discourse in the inter-war period and during the 1970s in France. Ph.D., Leeds.
Beuschel, G.C. Shutting Africans away: lunacy, race and social order in colonial Kenya, 1910-1963. Ph.D., U. of London, Sch. of Oriental and African Studies.­
Bezzabeh, M. Agrarian transformation in Ethiopia: 1974-1991. Ph.D., Leeds.­
Campbell, C.D.M. Eugenics, race and empire: the Kenya casebook. Ph.D., London, School of Oriental and African Studies.­
Collier, P.H. Logistics of the North African campaign 1940-1943. D.Phil, Oxford.­
Destombes, J.J.L. Nutrition and chronic deprivation in the West African Savanna: north-eastern Ghana, 1930-2000. Ph.D., U. of London, Sch. of Economics and Political Science.­
Duffy, J.L. Afrikaner unity, the National Party, and the Afrikaner nationalist radical right in Stellenbosch, 1934-1948. [South Africa]. D.Phil, Oxford.­
Faal, M. The OAU and conflict management in Africa: the Post-Cold war era. Ph.D., Southampton.­
Gadzekpo, A.S. Womens engagement with Gold Coast print culture from 1857 to 1957. Ph.D., Birmingham.­
George, E.C. The Cuban intervention in Angola, 1965-1991. From Che Guevara to Cuito Cuanavale: a detailed study of Cuban internationalism and the Angolan war. Ph.D., Bristol.­
Harker, A.J. Loyalty and dissidence in Roman Egypt: the case of the Acta Alexandrinorum. Ph.D., U. Of London.­
Harrison Moore, A.L. Imaging Egypt: the Regency furniture collections at Harewood House, Leeds and nineteenth century images of Egypt. Ph.D., Southampton.­
Hyde, D.N. Plantation struggles in Kenya: trade unionism on the land. Ph.D., London, School of Oriental and African Studies.­
King, A.R. Identity and decolonisation: the policy of partnership in Southern Rhodesia 1945-62. [Zimbabwe]. D.Phil, Oxford.­
Kirat, H.B.M. Franco-Moroccan relations 1946 to 1988. Ph.D., Nottingham.­
Laidlaw, Z. Networks, patronage and information in colonial governance: Britain, New South Wales and the Cape Colony, 1826-1843. [South Africa]. D.Phil, Oxford.­
Lyons, M. The impact of the coming of the Catholic missionaries on African education in Southern Rhodesia 1890-1923 with special reference to the Jesuits and their rural mission schools. [Zimbabwe]. Ph.D., U. College Galway.­
Makgala, C.J. The policy of indirect rule in Bechuanaland Protectorate, 1926-57. [Botswana]. Ph.D., Cambridge.­
Marshall, E.A.C. Images of ancient Libyans. Ph.D., Exeter.­
Meriwether, J.L. Procrastination or pragmatism?: British defence policy, War Office administration, and the South African war, 1898-1903. Ph.D., Exeter.­
Ndee, H.S. Sport, culture and society in Tanzania from an African perspective: a study in historical revisionism. Ph.D., Strathclyde.­
Percox, D.A. 'Circumstances short of global war': British defence, colonial internal security, and decolonisation in Kenya, 1945-65. Ph.D., Nottingham.­
Plater, C. Aspects of the interaction between the living and the dead in Ancient Egypt. Ph.D., Liverpool.­
Richards, D.C. Military governments and economic development: a case study of Nigeria from 1960-2000. Ph.D., Sheffield Hallam.­
Saidi, A. Marriage and divorce in urban Mamluk society in the fifteenth century. [Egypt]. Ph.D., Cambridge.­
Spencer, N. Sustaining Egyptian culture: Royal and private construction initiatives in the first millennium B.C. Ph.D., Cambridge.­
Swart, S.S. A ware Afrikaner: an examination of the role of Eugene Marais (1871-1936) in the making of Afrikaner identity. [South Africa]. D.Phill., Oxford.­
Tilley, H. Africa as a living laboratory. The African research survey and the British colonial empire: consolidating environmental, medical and anthropological debates, 1920-1940. D.Phill., Oxford.­
Wotshela, L.E. Homeland consolidation, resettlement and local politics in the Border and the Ciskei region of the Eastern Cape, South Africa, 1960 to 1996. Ph.D., D.Phil.­


Ali, M.K. The translation of idiomatic texts: the case of Libyan proverbs. Ph.D., Leeds.­
El Mortaji, L. Writing ability and strategies in two discourse types: a cognitive study of multilingual Moroccan university students writing in Arabic (L1) and English (L3). Ph.D., Essex.­
Hill, L. Literacy and the vernacular: a case study based on the post-colonial history of Mauritius, with particular reference to Mauritian Creole. Ph.D., St. Andrews.­
Lawson, S.R. Assellema, ca va?: Aspects of ethnolinguistic vitality, language attitudes and behaviour in Tunisia. Ph.D., London, Birkbeck Coll.­
Mafu, S.T.A. The role of the English language in the context of national development (Vision 2025) with specific reference to agriculture in Tanzania. Ph.D., Aston.­
Mann, c.C.P. Anglo-Nigerian pidgin: a socio-psychological survey of urban southern Nigeria. Ph.D., Edinburgh.­
Monaka, K.C. Shekgalagari stop contrasts: a phonetic and phonological study [Botswana]. Ph.D., London, U. Coll.­
Thekiso, E. A sociolinguistic study of communication processes in a court of law in Gaborone, Botswana. Ph.D., Warwick.­


Ammar, A.H. Landmines as a legal problem: case study of the remnants of the Second World War on Libyan territory. Ph.D., Wales, Aberystwyth.­
Kirkman, A. Rights in state and society: rhetoric and reality for refugees in contemporary South Africa. D.Phil, Oxford.­
Mari, M. Negotiating human rights in peace processes: the lessons of South Africa, Northern Ireland and the Palestinian-Israeli situations. D.Phil, Ulster.­
Murphy, R. UN peacekeeping in Lebanon and Somalia: international and national legal perspectives. Ph.D., Nottingham.­

Library Science

Titi, M.N. The relationship between curriculum, learning and teaching in Library and Information Science with special reference to the University of Transkei [South Africa]. Ph.D., Loughborough.­


Badr, Y.H. Liberalism in the novels of Nadine Gordimer [South Africa]. Ph.D., London, School of Oriental and African Studies.­
Breidlid, A. Resistance and consciousness in Kenya and South Africa: a comparative study with particular reference to the novels of Ngugi Wa Thiong'o and Alex La Guma. Ph.D., U. of London, Sch. of Oriental and African Studies.­
De Sa'Calafate Rebeiro, M.M. Empire, colonial wars and post-colonialism in contemporary Portuguese literature. [Southern Africa]. Ph.D., London, Kings Coll.­
Fraiture, P-P. Sous l'empire du royaume: poét(h)ique de la fiction coloniale issue du Congo belge (1945-60). Ph.D., Nottingham.­
Gorle, G. Reading as translation: language and power in African and Pacific novels. Ph.D., Reading.­
Hatzilambrou, R. First edition of literary, sub-literary and documentary papyri from Oxyrhyncus [Egypt]. Ph.D., London, U. Coll.
Loingsigh, A.N. Écritures Africaines de l'exil Parisien. Ph.D., Trinity College Dublin (Univ. of Dublin),.­
Mooneeram, R. Creative writing in Mauritian Creole: the emergence of a literary language and its contribution to standardisation. Ph.D., Leeds.­
Muthari, K.J.M. The challenge of feminism in Kenya: towards an Afrocentric worldview. Ph.D., Leeds.­
Nichols, B.L. Languages of the body and the body of language: a comparative analysis of two beat writers and two Southern African writers. Ph.D., Essex.­
Pomeroy, H.S. An edition and study of the sephardic ballad notebook of Halia Isaac Cohen. [Morocco]. Ph.D., London, Queen Mary and Westfield Coll.
Sakamoto, T. The colonial daughter's narrative: the politics of race, gender and sexuality in Nadine Gordimer's fiction [South Africaa]. Ph.D., U. of London, School of Oriental and African Studies.­
Smith, A.M. Migrant fictions: theorising the writing and reading of Nigerian stories by expatriate authors and publics. Ph.D., Glasgow.­
Taylor, L. Liminality as identity in four novels by Ben Okri and Tahar ben Jelloun [Nigeria & Morocco]. Ph.D., St. Andrews.­
Yassine, R. Re-writing the canon and the reconstitution of identity in postcolonial contexts [Africa]. Ph.D., Nottingham.­

Mass Communications

Adlan-Ayad, K.M.M. The developmental dimensions of the Egyptian media role in the peace process: (a content analysis study with a future perspective). Ph.D., Leicester.­
Biadi, M. Gender representation in the discourse of the Moroccan popular newspapers. Ph.D., East Anglia.­

Physical Sciences

Cook, P.M. A study of safety management in the coal mining industry of South Africa with particular reference to explosions. Ph.D., Wales, Cardiff.­
Elagib, N.A. The effect of climate change on evapotranspiration in Sudan. Ph.D., Paisley.­
Ren, Y. Rheological and structural studies on novel microbial and plant polysaccharides. Ph.D., London, King's Coll.

Political Science

Akale, C.M. Gendered politics and the secondary status of female bureaucrats in Cameroonian governing institutions. Ph.D., Oxford Brookes.­
Amoah, M. Ethnonationalism versus political nationalism in Ghanaian electoral politics 1996-2000. Ph.D., Middlesex.­
Cameron, G.A. Protest and cooperation in post-revolutionary Zanzibar [Tanzania]. Ph.D., London, Sch. of Oriental and African Studies.­
Carbone, G.M. No-party democracy?: Political organisation under movement democracy in Uganda, 1994-2000. Ph.D., London, London Sch. of Econ. And Political Science.­
Clissold, G.R.G. Coercion versus co-optation: Western relations with the MPLA and FRELIMO from 1956 to 1976 [Angola & Mozambique]. Ph.D., London, London School of Economics and Political Science.­
De Torrente, N. Post-conflict reconstruction and the international community in Uganda, 1986-2000: an African success story?. Ph.D., London, London Scho. Of Econ. and Political Science.­
Dorman, S.R. Inclusion and exclusion: NGOs and politics in Zimbabwe. Ph.D., Oxford.­
Folster, N.A. The systemic determinants of aid policy and outcomes: Canadian ODA to Tanzania in historical perspective. Ph.D., London, London School of Economics and Political Science.­
Gebrekal, M. The Horn of Africa. Ph.D., London, King's College.­
Hammon, J. The social construction of revolutionary change in Tigray, Ethiopia, 1975-1997. D.Phil, Oxford.­
Kamel, M.S. Redrawing state-society boundaries: Egypt's dynamic social contract. Ph.D., Durham.­
Mebrahtu, E. Participation, monitoring and evaluation: perceptions and experiences of INGOs in Ethiopia. D.Phill., Sussex.­
Meierhenrich, J. Apartheid's endgame and the state: South Africa in comparative perspective. D.Phil., Oxford.­
Michael, S.G. African NGOs: turning knowledge and experience into power [Senegal, Tanzania & Zimbabwe]. Ph.D., Cambridge.­
Nayembil, K.C. Institution building and state interests: the politics of co-operation in transitional Southern Africa, 1989-1999. Ph.D., Keele.­
Pratt, N.C. Globalization and the post-colonial state: human rights NGOs and the prospects for democratic governance in Egypt. Ph.D., Exeter.­
Preston, M. Rhodesia, Lebanon and Civil War termination. [Zimbabwe]. D.Phill., Oxford.­
Van Hoeylandt, P. Is there a duty of humanitarian intervention?: An empirical study with moral implications [Somalia & Rwanda]. Ph.D., Oxford.­


El-Kot, G.A.H. Team player styles, team design variables and team work effectiveness in Egypt. Ph.D., Plymouth.­
Shoib, G.M. The politics of rationality: an ethnographic study of sales force automation in a multi-national company in Egypt. Ph.D., Cambridge.­


Al-Shuaily, S.A.A. Ibad?i Tafs ir with special reference to the Tafs irs of Hud al-Huwwari and Sa'id ibn Ah?mad al-Kindi. Ph.D., Edinburgh.­
Evers, A.W.H. Church, cities, and people: a study of the plebs within the church and cities of Roman Africa in the works of Cyprian, Optatus and Augustine. D.Phil., Oxford.­
Hj Ab Rahman V, A. The concept of social justice as found in Sayyid Qut?b's Fi Z?ilal al-Qur'an [Egypt]. Ph.D., Edinburgh.­
Seo, J-M. The religious establishment between the state and the radical Islamist movements: the case of Mubarak's Egypt. D.Phil, Oxford.­


Abdelbaki, H.H. The impact of macroeconomic policies in income distribution: an empirical study of Egypt. Ph.D., Bradford.­
Adamu, F.L. Household dynamics in a period of crisis: the experience of secluded Hausa women in Sokoto, Nigeria. Ph.D., Bradford.­
Bakilana, A.M. An analysis of recent male nuptiality, sexual behaviour and fertility patterns in Tanzania and Zimbabwe. Ph.D., London, London School of Economics and Political Science.­
Barr, F.S.M. A population-based study of menstrual health of adolescent girls in south-eastern Nigeria. Ph.D., Liverpool.­
Chimbwete, C.E.K. Socio-demographic aspects of young people's reproductive behaviour in Malawi. Ph.D., Southampton.­
El-Bakly, A.A-A. The informal sector and urban labour markets in Egypt: a life path approach. Ph.D., Liverpool.­
El-Sanady, M.L. Performance analysis of Egyptian non-governmental organizations in primary health care. Ph.D., Keele.­
Forsythe, S.S. An economic evaluation of HIV/AIDS services in Kenya: a practical policy application of contingent valuation. Ph.D., Liverpool.­
Hongoro, C. Costs and quality of services in public hospitals in Zimbabwe: Implications for hospital reform. Ph.D., London, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.­
Kemp, J.R. A study of the sexual behaviour and reproductive health of adolescent girls in Southeast Nigeria. Ph.D., Liverpool.­
King, A.J. Deference and disdain: domestic service in post-apartheid South Africa. Ph.D., Warwick.­
Kironde, S. Implementing community-based tuberculosis treatment in the Northern Cape province of South Africa - an emerging model for high incidence areas in Africa?. Ph.D., Oxford.­
Longpet, H.G. Private fostering of children of West African origin in England. Ph.D., Bristol.­
Mushi, D. Demand and welfare in health care: effects of asymmetric information and user charges. [Tanzania]. D.Phil, Oxford.­
Musoke, M.G.N. Health information access and use in rural Uganda: an interaction-value model. Ph.D., Sheffield.­
Mutemwa, R.I. Information and decision-making in district health systems in Zambia. Ph.D., Keele.­
Ndeki, S.S. Inter-organizational collaboration: a study of NGOs, government and private-for-profit organizations in district health delivery in Tanzania. Ph.D., Leeds.­
Nethan, R. Child fostering and orphanhood in the Kilombero valley, Tanzania: Levels, patterns and welfare implications. Ph.D., London, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.­
Nyadu-Larbi, K. The slum problem of urban Ghana: a case study of the Kumasi Zongo. Ph.D., Glamorgan.­
Odongkara, K.O. Poverty in the fisheries: a framework for analysis and intervention for Lake Victoria, Uganda. Ph.D., Hull.­
Porte, T.K. Growth, health and physical work capacity of adolescents in refugee and non-refugee communities in Tanzania. Ph.D., Oxford.­
Robinson, D.E. Public actors or private providers?: NGOs, health sector reform and community based health care in Tanzania. Ph.D., Open U.­
Said, M.A.S. Labour market segmentation and institutional change: the public-private pay differential in Egypt, 1960-1998. Ph.D., Cambridge.­
Tembo, F.A. Understanding 'agency' through interface age image-conflicts for improving the design of NGOs' social transformation projects: case studies from Malawi. Ph.D., Reading.­
Truter, G.M. The genesis of the South African Labour Relations Act in a comparative context. Ph.D., Cambridge.­
Worrall, E. An economic evaluation of malaria early warning systems in Africa: a population dynamic modelling approach [Zimbabwe]. Ph.D., Liverpool.­


Anderson, P. The Algerian conflict (1954-1962) and the Northern Ireland conflict (1968-1974) in the British liberal press: a comparative analysis. D.Phil., Ulster.­
Kwaku Asiama, E. Re-invention of tradition: the role of theatre in the self-development of the Buem of Ghana. Ph.D., Southampton.­


Boakye, S. Towards industrial mission in Sub-Saharan Africa: in the light of comparison with British industrial mission. Ph.D., Wales, Cardiff.­
Stinton, D. Jesus of Africa: voices of contemporary African Christology from selected textual and oral sources. Ph.D., Edinburgh.­

Urban & Regional Planning

Hassan, A.M.A.K. Linking environmental policy and urban development strategies: the Case Study of Egypt. Ph.D., Oxford Brookes.­
Mbuga, R.R. The role of institutions in real property development: a case study of Uganda. Ph.D., De Montfort.­

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