Books in the Libraries on African Urbanization

Congratulations to Sociology Professor Martin Murray on his newly published book Taming the Disorderly City: The Spatial Landscape of Johannesburg after Apartheid (available in the Bartle Library Stacks at call number HN801.J64 M87 2008 and in Special Collections).
The Libraries have a number of great books on this topic. If you’re interested in Professor Murray’s book, you might also want to check out the following:
Burton, Andrew. African Underclass: Urbanisation, Crime & Colonial Order in Dar es Salaam. 2005. – Bartle Library Stacks — HT384.T342 D373 2005
McDonald, David A. World City Syndrome: Neoliberalism and Inequality in Cape Town. 2008. – Bartle Library Stacks — DT2405.C364 M38 2008
Murray, Martin J. and Garth A. Myers, eds. Cities in Contemporary Africa. 2007. – Bartle Library Stacks — HT148.A2 C55 2007 and in Special Collections
Njoh, Ambe J. Planning in Contemporary Africa: The State, Town Planning, and Society in Cameroon. 2003. – Bartle Library Stacks — HT169.C28 N536 2003
Salm, Steven J. and Toyin Falola, eds. African Urban Spaces in Historical Perspective. 2005. – Bartle Library Stacks — HT384.A35 A35 2005