Project outputs


Miles Larmer, Living for the City: Social Change and Knowledge Production in the Central African Copperbelt (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, Aug 2021) (available Open Access)

Miles Larmer, Enid Guene, Benoît Henriet, Iva Peša, Rachel Taylor (eds.), Across the Copperbelt: Urban & Social Change in Central Africa’s Borderland Communities (Oxford: James Currey, Apr 2021 – online) (available Open Access)

Journal articles

Due for publication in Nov/Dec 2021: Enid Guene, ‘Artistic Movements: Visual Arts and Cross-border Exchange on the Central African Copperbelt’, Journal of Southern African Studies

Stephanie Lämmert, ‘“Let’s hope there are some good girls”. Sugar relationships and feminine respectability in post-independence Zambia, L’homme (this article will be made available Open Access in Oct 2022 here)

Miles Larmer, Nation-making at the border: Zambian diplomacy in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Comparative Studies in Society and History, Jan 2019 (available Open Access)

Miles Larmer, Permanent Precarity: Capital and Labour in the Central African Copperbelt, Labor History, Mar 2017 (available Open Access)

Iva Peša, Between waste and profit: Environmental values on the Central African Copperbelt, Extractive Industries and Society, Aug 2020 (available Open Access)

Iva Peša, Mining, Waste and Environmental Thought on the Central African Copperbelt, 1950–2000, Environment and History, May 2020 (available Open Access)

Iva Peša, Crops and Copper: Agriculture and Urbanism on the Central African Copperbelt, 1950–2000, Journal of Southern African Studies, Apr 2020 (available Open Access)

Other resources and publications

Journal articles

Miles Larmer and Vito Laterza, Contested wealth: Social and political mobilisation in extractive communities in Africa, Extractive Industries and Society, Nov 2017

Miles Larmer, At the Crossroads: Mining and Political Change on the Katangese-Zambian Copperbelt, Oxford Handbook Online, Jul 2016

Book chapters

Iva Peša, ‘Water, housing and (in)formality in Kitwe, Zambia: Infrastructure, citizenship and urban belonging’ in Charlotte Lemanski (ed.), Citizenship and infrastructure: Practices and identities of citizens and the state (London: Routledge, 2019), pp. 104-122

Book reviews

Iva Peša, ‘Corey Ross, Ecology and Power in the Age of Empire: Europe and the Transformation of the Tropical World’, Environment and History, Vol.24 No. 4, Nov 2018