!!Andreas Eckert - Selected publications
*Grundbesitz, Landkonflikte und kolonialer Wandel. Douala 1880-1960 (Stuttgart: Steiner, 1999)\\
*Herrschen und Verwalten. Afrikanische Bürokraten, staatliche Ordnung und Politik in Tansania, 1920-1970 (München: Oldenbourg, 2007)\\
*African entrepreneurs and labor in the Cameroon littoral, in: Journal of African History 40,1 (1999), 109-126\\
*Comparing coffee production inCameroon and Tanzania, c.1900 to 1960s: land, labour and politics, in: William G. Clarence-Smith & StevenTopik (eds.), TheGlobal Coffee Economy in Africa, Asia and Latin America, 1500-1898 (New York: CUP, 2003), 286-311\\
*Fitting Africa into World History. A Historiographical Exploration, in: Eckhardt Fuchs & Benedikt Stuchtey (eds.), Writing World History, 1800-2000 (Oxford: OUP, 2003), 255-270.\\
*Regulating the Social. Social Security, Social Welfare and the State in late Colonial Tanzania, in: Journal of African History 45,3 (2004), 467-489.\\
*Urbanization in Colonial and Post-colonial West Africa, in: Emmanuel Akyeampong (ed.), Themes in West African History (Oxford: James Currey, 2006), 208-223.\\
*Germany and Africa in the late 19th and 20th centuries: An entangled history?, in: Heinz-Gerhard Haupt & Jürgen Kocka (eds.), Comparative and Transnational History. Central European Approaches and New Perspectives (Oxford: Berghahn, 2010), 226-246.\\
*African Nationalists and Human Rights, 1940-1970s, in: Stefan-Ludwig Hoffmann (ed.), Human Rights in the Twentieth Century (New York: CUP, 2011), 283-300.\\
*Julius Nyerere, Tanzanian Elites, and the Project of African Socialism, in: Jost Dülffer & Marc Frey (eds.), Trajectories of Decolonization. Elites and the Transformation from the Colonial to the Postcolonial (New York: Palgrave MacMillan 2011), 216-240.