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Philip M. Allen. Madagascar: Conflicts of Authority in the Great Island. Westview Press. 1995. 254pp.

Rita Astuti. People of the Sea: Identity and Descent Among the Vezo of Madagascar. Cambridge University Press. 1995. 188pp.

Mervyn Brown. Madagascar Rediscovered: A History from Early Times to Independence. Archon Books. 1979. 310pp.

Mervyn Brown. A History of Madagascar. Markus Wiener Publishers. 2001. 408pp.

Gwyn Campbell. An Economic History of Imperial Madagascar, 1750-1895: The Rise and Fall of an Island Empire. Cambridge University Press. 2005. 413pp.

Jennifer Cole. Forget Colonialism? Sacrifice and the Art of Memory in Madagascar. University of California Press. 2001. 361pp.

Řyvind Dahl. Meanings in Madagascar: Cases of Intercultural Communication. Greenwood Publishing Group. 1999. 189pp.

Ron Emoff. Recollecting from the Past: Musical Practice and Spirit Possession on the East Coast of Madagascar. Wesleyan University Press. 2002. 241pp.

Bonar A. Gow. Madagascar and the Protestant Impact: The Work of the British Missions, 1818-95. Longman. 1979. 266pp.

Lee Haring. Verbal Arts in Madagascar: Performance in Historical Perspective. University of Pennsylvania Press. 1992. 242pp.

Nigel Heseltine. Madagascar. Praeger. 1971. 334pp.

Heather E. Heying. Antipode: Seasons with the Extraordinary Wildlife and Culture of Madagascar. St. Martin's Press. 2002. 270pp.

Margo Hoftijzer; Pierella Paci. Making Work Pay in Madagascar: Employment, Growth, and Poverty Reduction. World Bank Publications. 2008. 150pp.

Richard Huntington. Gender and Social Structure in Madagascar. Indiana University Press. 1988. 148pp.

Eric Jennings. Vichy in the Tropics: Petain's National Revolution in Madagascar, Guadeloupe, and Indochina, 1940-44. Stanford University Press. 2004. 328pp.

Alison Jolly. Lords and Lemurs: Mad Scientists, Kings with Spears, and the Survival of Diversity in Madagascar. Houghton Mifflin. 2004. 310pp.

Bee Jordaan. Splintered Crucifix: Early Pioneers for Christendom on Madagascar and the Cape of Good Hope. C. Struik. 1969. 276pp.

Eva Keller. The Road to Clarity: Seventh-Day Adventism in Madagascar. Palgrave Macmillan. 2005. 286pp.

Raymond K. Kent. Early Kingdoms in Madagascar, 1500-1700. Holt, Rinehart and Winston. 1970. 336pp.

Christian A. Kull. Isle of Fire: The Political Ecology of Landscape Burning in Madagascar. University of Chicago Press. 2004. 256pp.

Lyons McLeod. Madagascar and Its People. London: Longman, Green, Longman, Roberts, & Green. 1865. 305pp.

Karen Middleton (editor). Ancestors, Power and History in Madagascar. E. J. Brill. 1999. 360pp.

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

Lesley A. Sharp. The Sacrificed Generation: Youth, History, and the Colonized Mind in Madagascar. University of California Press. 2002. 377pp.

Lesley Alexandra Sharp. The Possessed and the Dispossessed: Spirits, Identity, and Power in a Madagascar Migrant Town. University of California Press. 1993. 345pp.

Arthur Stratton. The Great Red Island: A Biography of Madagascar. Macmillan. 1965. 368pp.

Peter Tyson. The Eighth Continent: Life, Death, and Discovery in the Lost World of Madagascar. William Morrow. 2000. 374pp.

Pierre Vérin. The History of Civilisation in North Madagascar. A. A. Balkema. 1986. 431pp. Translation of Histoire ancienne du nord-ouest de Madagascar.

Peter J. Wilson. Freedom by a Hair's Breadth: Tsimihety in Madagascar. University of Michigan Press. 1992. 179pp.

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