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Colin Baker. Revolt of the Ministers: The Malawi Cabinet Crisis, 1964-1965. I. B. Tauris. 2001. 370pp.

J. C. Chakanza; Kenneth R Ross. Religion in Malawi: An Annotated Bibliography. Christian Literature Association in Malawi. 1998. 160pp.

Cynthia A. Crosby. Historical Dictionary of Malawi. Scarecrow Press. 1993. 202pp. 2nd Edition.

Samuel Decalo. Malawi. Clio Press. 1995. 188pp. Bibligraphy.

Harri Englund (editor). A Democracy of Chameleons: Politics and Culture in the New Malawi. Nordic Africa Institute. 2002. 208pp.

Rachel Nyagondwe Fiedler. Women of Bible and Culture: Baptist Convention Women in Southern Malawi. African Books Collective. 2005. 232pp.

Jane Harrigan. From Dictatorship to Democracy: Economic Policy in Malawi, 1964-2000. Ashgate. 2001. 376pp.

John Indakwa. Expansion of British Rule in the Interior of Central Africa, 1890-1924: A Study of British Imperial Expansion Into Zambia, Zimbabwe, and Malawi. University Press of America. 1977. 312pp.

Owen J. M. Kalinga. A History of the Ngonde Kingdom of Malawi. Mouton. 1985. 176pp.

Elias C. Mandala. The End of Chidyerano: A History of Food and Everyday Life in Malawi, 1860-2004. Heinemann. 2005. 346pp.

Guy C. Z. Mhone. Malawi at the Crossroads: The Post-Colonial Political Economy. SAPES Books. 1992. 380pp.

Brian Morris. Chewa Medical Botany: A Study of Herbalism in Southern Malawi. LIT Verlag Berlin-Hamburg-Münster. 1996. 568pp.

Francis P. B. Moto. Trends in Malawian Literature. Chancellor College Publications. 1998. 194pp.

Stanslaus Muyebe; Alexander Muyebe. The Religious Factor Within the Body of Political Symbolism in Malawi, 1964-1994: A Bibliographical Essay. Universal-Publishers. 1999. 252pp.

Stanslaus C. Muyebe. The Catholic Missionaries Within and Beyond the Politics of Exclusivity in Colonial Malawi, 1901-1945. Edwin Mellen Press. 1999. 221pp.

Reidar Oderth. Migration and Brain Drain: The Case of Malawi. iUniverse. 2002. 308pp.

Bridglal Pachai. The Early History of Malawi. Northwestern University Press. 1972. 454pp.

Bridglal Pachai. Malawi: The History of the Nation. Longman. 1973. 324pp.

J. G. Pike; G. T. Rimmington. Malawi: A Geographical Study. Oxford University Press. 1965. 229pp.

John G. Pike. Malawi: A Political and Economic History. Praeger. 1968. 248pp.

Frederic L. Pryor. The Political Economy of Poverty, Equity, and Growth: Malawi and Madagascar. Oxford University Press. 1991. 470pp.

Andrew C. Ross. Blantyre Mission and the Making of Modern Malawi. Verlag für Kultur und Wissenschaft. 1996. 216pp.

Kenneth R. Ross. God, People, and Power in Malawi: Democratization in Theological Perspective. Blantyre, Claim. 1996. 272pp.

Robert I. Rotberg. The Rise of Nationalism in Central Africa: The Making of Malawi and Zambia, 1873-1964. Harvard University Press. 1965. 362pp.

J. Matthew Schoffeleers. River of Blood: The Genesis of a Martyr Cult in Southern Malawi, c. AD 1600. University of Wisconsin Press. 1992. 325pp.

J. Matthew Schoffeleers. In Search of Truth and Justice: Confrontations Between Church and State in Malawi, 1960-1994. Christian Literature Association in Malawi. 1999. 383pp.

Anita Spring. Agricultural Development and Gender Issues in Malawi. University Press of America. 1995. 316pp.

Nina Tellegen. Rural Enterprises in Malawi: Necessity or Opportunity?. Ashgate Publishing. 1997. 249pp.

James Tengatenga. Church, State, and Society in Malawi: An Analysis of Anglican Ecclesiology. African Books Collective. 2006. 223pp.

Jack Thompson. Ngoni, Xhosa and Scot: Religion and Cultural Interactions in Malawi. African Books Collective. 2007. 172pp.

T. Jack Thompson. Christianity in Northern Malawi: Donald Fraser's Missionary Methods and Ngoni Culture. E. J. Brill. 1995. 292pp.

Francine van den Borne. Trying to Survive in Times of Poverty and AIDS:: Women and Multiple Partner Sex in Malawi. Het Spinhuis. 2005. 362pp.

Megan Vaughan. The Story of an African Famine: Gender and Famine in Twentieth-Century Malawi. Cambridge University Press. 2006. 191pp.

T. David Williams. Malawi: The Politics of Despair. Cornell University Press. 1978. 339pp.




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