Ute Dieckmann (PhD) is an anthropologist at the University of Cologne with more than two decades of research experience (ethnographic, archival, oral history and livelihoods enquiry) in Namibia. She worked both in academia and for Namibian and international non-governmental organisations.
Publications in the Series: Social and Cultural Geography
FrontmatterSeiten 1 - 4
ContentsSeiten 5 - 6
AcknowledgementsSeiten 7 - 8
Introduction: Cartographic explorations with indigenous peoples in AfricaSeiten 9 - 46
Haiǁom in Etosha: Cultural maps and being in-relationsSeiten 93 - 138
About the authorsSeiten 341 - 346