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BURNHAM,P. and ABBOT,J. Promoting Partnerships: Managing Wildlife Resources in Central and West Africa. International Institute for Environment and Development, 2000; 194 1561-8382.
BURNHAM,P. Whose Forest? Whose Myth? - Conceptualisations of Community
Forests in Cameroon. In Land, Law and Environment: Mythical Land, Legal
Boundaries. Abramson,A. and Theodossopoulis,D., Editors. Pluto Press,
London; 2000; 31-58. 074531575.
BURNHAM,P. Pastoralism Under Pressure? - Understanding Social Change in
Fulbe Society. In Pastoralism Under Pressure? Fulbe Societies
Confronting Change in West Africa. Azarya,V., Breedveld,A., de
Bruijn,M., and van Dijk,H., Editors. Brill, Leiden; 1999; 269-283.
BURNHAM,P. Cameroon: Peoples and Cultures. In Encyclopedia of Africa
South of the Sahara. Charles Scribner's Sons, London; 1998;
SHARPE,B., BURNHAM,P. and GRAZIANI,M. The Social and Institutional
Context of Forest Resource Utilisation and Management in South-East
Cameroon: The Case of Lomie Arrondissement. 1998; University College
London. Department of Anthropology.
BURNHAM,P. and SHARPE,B. Social, Economic and Political Dimensions in Cameroon's Forestry Sector. 1997;
BURNHAM,P. Gbaya. 1996; Rosen Publishing Co., New York; 1-65.
BURNHAM,P. Political Relations on Eastern Marches of Adamawa in the Late
19th Century: a Problem of Interpretation. In African Crossroads:
Intersections between History and Anthropology in Cameroon. Fowler,I.
and Zeitlyn,D., Editors. Berghahn Books, Oxford; 1996; 45-61.
BURNHAM,P. Raiders and Traders in Adamawa: Slavery as a Regional System. Paideuma, 1996; issue 41, 153-176.
BURNHAM,P. The Politics of Cultural Difference in Northern Cameroon.
1996; Edinburgh University Press and the Smithsonian Institution for the
International African Institute, Edinburgh and Washington D.C.;
BURNHAM,P. Raiders and Traders in Adamawa: Slavery as a Regional System. Paideuma, 1995; vol. 41, 153-176. #0078-7809.