Professor Miles Larmer: List of publications

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Nation-making at the border: Zambian diplomacy in the democratic republic of congo

Historicising nationalism in Africa

Contested wealth: Social and political mobilisation in extractive communities in Africa

Permanent precarity: capital and labour in the Central African copperbelt

At the Crossroads: Mining and Political Change on theKatangese-Zambian Copperbelt

The Katangese Gendarmes and War in Central Africa Fighting Their Way Home

Rethinking African Politics A History of Opposition in Zambia

Ethnopopulism in Africa: opposition mobilization in diverse and unequal societies

Historicising activism in late colonial and post-colonial sub-saharan Africa

Introduction: Narratives of Nationhood

Introduction: Mobile Soldiers and the Un-National Liberation of Southern Africa

Rethinking the Katangese Secession

Neither war nor peace in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC): profiting and coping amid violence and disorder

Local Conflicts in a Transnational War: the Katangese Gendarmes and the Shaba Wars of 1977-78

An Epoch of Uprisings: Social movements in Africa since 1945

Of Local Identities and Transnational Conflict: the Katangese Gendarmes and Central-Southern Africa's Forty-years war, 1960-1999

Zambia, Mining, and Neoliberalism Boom and Bust on the Globalized Copperbelt


Social movement struggles in Africa

The Musakanya Papers The Autobiographical Writings of Valentine Musakanya

Southern African social movements at the 2007 Nairobi World Social Forum

Zambia Since 1990: Paradoxes of Democratic Transition

Enemies Within? Opposition to the Zambian One-Party State, 1972 – 1980

Of cabbages and King Cobra: Populist politics and Zambia's 2006 election

Mineworkers in Zambia Labour and Political Change in Post-Colonial Africa

More Fire’ Next Time? The Southern African Social Forum as a Locus of Social Protest, 2003 – 2005

The Origins, Context and Political Significance of the Mushala Rebellion against the Zambian One-Party State

‘The Hour Has Come at the Pit’: The Mineworkers' Union of Zambia and the Movement for Multi-Party Democracy, 1982–1991

A Little Bit Like a Volcano’: The United Progressive Party and Resistance to One-Party Rule in Zambia, 1964 – 1980

Anti-Globalisation, Economic Liberalisation and Democratic Consolidation in Contemporary Zambia

What Went Wrong?: Zambian Political Biography and Post-colonial Discourses of Decline

Zambia’s Mineworkers and the Labour Movement’s Resistance to the One-Party State, 1973 – 1981

Reaction and Resistance to Neo-liberalism in Zambia

Unrealistic Expectations? Zambia’s Mineworkers from Independence to the One-Party State

“If We are Still Here Next Year”: Zambian Historical Research in the Context of Decline, 2002–2003

Resisting the State: the Trade Union Movement and the Working-Class in Zambia