out anonymously to outside readers. Manuscripts will not be returned to the authors.
Articles submitted to any CODESRIA journal should be original contribu- tions and should not be under consideration by another publication at the same time. If an article is under consideration by another publication the author should inform the editor at the time of submission.
Authors are entitled, free of charge, to two copies of the issue in which their article appears and 50 electronic off-prints in form of pdf file for either printing or distribution.
The CODESRIA Bulletin is a quarterly designed to stimulate discussion, exchange information and encourage co-operation among researchers on Africa in the Social Sciences and Humanities. It features articles and debates, and has grown in popularity and relevance over the years, has been widely reproduced in numerous other publications within and out- side Africa.
The Bulletin welcomes articles and other scholarly inputs from interested contributors in the form of:
Brief research reports;
Short entries with fresh, exciting insights and theoretical perspec-
tives on current themes, ongoing debates and topical issues;
Commentaries on current affairs of relevance to the scholarly
community served by CODESRIA;
Policy-oriented debates and discussions;
Contributors are advised to submit short, accessible manuscripts ranging between 1,000 and 5,000 words. Longer manuscripts can exceptionally be accommodated.
For useful addresses for submissions see http://www.codesria.org.