AFRICAN STUDIES (formerly Bantu Studies). A quarterly Journal devoted to the Study of African Cultures, Government and Languages. 45 volumes in total (incomplete run).

£950.00

Owing to the progress made in the study of the social structure of the Bantu peoples in Southern Africa, and the advancement of knowledge, it was decided by the publishers to widen the field of study, to take in the complete African continent. So the name of the journal was changed in 1942 to become “African Studies”. Still as a quarterly issue, the study of African Cultures,Government and Languages, now are the main themes of study in these very important journals, giving a vast source of information into more modern times.

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Unfortunately not offered as a complete run. See hand written index for exact details of missing items.

29 of these journals are in the original printed card covers,the majority of which are in good clean condition. However some of the more early issues have some chipped edges, but all are internally clean and bright, mainly text, but some with illustrations. Sizes 10×8 pp 200 plus.

The 11 bound volumes are in h/b, black with gilt index lettering, as new obtained only from America. Vol.44. No.1&2 1985 & Vol.45 No1 1986 are of smaller format, 8×6 pp 104 plus.

Vol.35 No’s 3-4 1976 & Vol 39 No 2 1980 are of larger format @ 9×7 pp 250 plus, and are in a different colour card.

Note this is not a complete run. The collection goes up to 1986. For missing issues see hand written index

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