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Janet Andrewes. Bodywork: Dress and Demeanour in the South of Senegal. E. J. Brill. 2004. 254pp.

Catherine Boone. Merchant Capital and the Roots of State Power in Senegal, 1930-1985. Cambridge University Press. 1992. 299pp.

Francesca Castaldi. Choreographies of African Identities: Négritude, Dance, and the National Ballet of Senegal. University of Illinois Press. 2006. 246pp.

Michael Crowder. Senegal: A Study in French Assimilation Policy. Oxford University Press. 1962. 104pp.

Christopher L. Delgado; Sidi Jammeh. The Political Economy of Senegal Under Structural Adjustment. Praeger. 1991. 219pp.

R. M. Dilley; J. S. Eades. Senegal. ABC-CLIO. 1994. 284pp. Bibliography.

Momar Coumba Diop (editor). Senegal: Essays in Statecraft. ABC. 1993. 491pp.

Dennis C. Galvan. The State Must Be Our Master of Fire: How Peasants Craft Sustainable Development in Senegal. University of California Press. 2004. 317pp.

Sheldon Gellar. Senegal: An African Nation Between Islam and the West. Westview Press. 1995. 170pp. 2nd Edition.

Sheldon Gellar. Structural Changes and Colonial Dependency: Senegal, 1885-1945. Sage Publications. 1976. 80pp.

Trevor R. Getz. Slavery and Reform in West Africa: Toward Emancipation in Nineteenth-Century Senegal and the Gold Coast. Ohio University Press. 2004. 280pp.

John Glover. Sufism and Jihad in Modern Senegal: The Murid Order. Boydell & Brewer. 2007. 236pp.

Elizabeth Harney. In Senghor's Shadow: Art, Politics, and the Avant-Garde in Senegal, 1960-1995. Duke University Press. 2004. 316pp.

G. Wesley Johnson, Jr.. Emergence of Black Politics in Senegal: The Struggle for Power in the Four Communes, 1900-20. Stanford University Press. 1972. 272pp.

Maghan Keita. The Political Economy of Health Care in Senegal. E. J. Brill. 2006. 210pp.

Martin A. Klein. Islam and Imperialism in Senegal: Sine-Saloum, 1847-1914. Stanford University Press. 1968. 285pp. For the Hoover Institution.

Olga F. Linares. Power, Prayer and Production: The Jola of Casamance, Senegal. Cambridge University Press. 2007. 280pp.

Mamadou Seyni M'Bengue. Cultural Policy in Senegal. Unesco Press. 1973. 61pp.

Mary Niles Maack. Libraries in Senegal: Continuity and Change in an Emerging Nation. American Library Association. 1981. 280pp.

Khadim Mbacke. Translated by Eric Ross. Sufism and Religious Brotherhoods in Senegal. Markus Wiener Publishing. 2005. 141pp.

Rita Cruise O'Brien (editor). The Political Economy of Underdevelopment: Dependence in Senegal. Sage Publications. 1979. 277pp.

Rita Cruise O'Brien. White Society in Black Africa: The French of Senegal. Northwestern University Press. 1972. 320pp.

Guy Pierre Pfeffermann. Industrial Labor in the Republic of Senegal. F. A. Praeger. 1968. 325pp.

Lucie Colvin Phillips. Historical Dictionary of Senegal. Scarecrow Press. 1981. 339pp.

Gilles Pison. Population Dynamics of Senegal. National Academies Press. 1995. 254pp.

Michelle Lewis Renaud. Women at the Crossroads: A Prostitute Community's Response to AIDS in Urban Senegal. Routledge. 1997. 172pp.

David Robinson. Paths of Accommodation: Muslim Societies and French Colonial Authorities in Senegal and Mauritania, 1880-1920. Ohio University Press. 2000. 377pp.

James F. Searing. "God Alone is King": Islam and Emancipation in Senegal: The Wolof Kingdoms of Kajoor and Bawol, 1859-1914. Heinemann. 2002. 293pp.

W. A. E. Skurnik. The Foreign Policy of Senegal. Northwestern University Press. 1972. 308pp.

Tracy D. Snipe. Arts and Politics in Senegal, 1960-1996. Africa World Press. 1998. 174pp.

Patricia Tang. Masters of the Sabar: Wolof Griot Percussionists of Senegal. Temple University Press. 2007. 209pp.

Leonardo Villalón. Islamic Society and State Power in Senegal: Disciples and Citizens in Fatick. Cambridge University Press. 1995. 338pp.

John Waterbury; Mark Gersovitz (editors). The Political Economy of Risk and Choice in Senegal. Routledge. 1987. 363pp.

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