Bibliography of Sally Chilver
The following bibliography includes Sally Chilver’s mature work on Cameroon as well as some of the early work published under her maiden name. We hope it conveys a sense of the wide range of her interests and accomplishments. The works are listed in chronological order under each of the names under which she has written. Co-authored works come last.
As Sally Graves
1934a. ‘Alice at Margate (Poem)’, Lysistrata, Vol. I, no. 1, p. 49.
1934b. ‘South Leigh (Poem)’, Lysistrata, Vol. I, no. 1, p. 48.
1935a. ‘Cleopatra (Poem)’, Lysistrata, Vol. II, no. 1, p. 46.
1935b. ‘Growing Opinions in Ireland’, in Alan Campbell Johnson (ed.), Growing Opinions: A Symposium of British Youth Outlook, London: Methuen & Co., pp. 206-20.
1935c. ‘Marginal Comments’, The Spectator, Vol CLV, p. 504.
1935d. ‘Marginal Comments’, The Spectator, Vol CLV, p. 545.
1935e. ‘Marginal Comments’, The Spectator, Vol CLV, p. 605.
1935f. ‘Metamorphosis (Poem)’, Lysistrata, Vol. II, no. 1, pp. 46.
1935g. ‘Review of C. Willett Cunnington, Feminine Attitudes in the Nineteenth Century’, The Spectator, Vol CLV, pp. 298-99.
1936a. ‘Review of Changing Man: the Soviet Education System by Beatrice King’, The Spectator, Vol CLVII, pp. 463-4.
1936b. ‘Review of The Wild Irish Girl by Lionel Stevenson’, The Spectator, Vol CLVII, pp. 151-2.
1937a. ‘Approach to Eloquence (Poem)’, Epilogue, Vol. III, p. 151.
1937b. ‘Response to an Appeal for Sympathy (Poem)’, Epilogue, Vol. III, p. 151.
1937c. ‘Review of Joan Beauchamp, Women who work’, The Spectator, Vol CLVIII, p. 592.
1938. ‘The Answers: Maleness and Femaleness’, Epilogue (edited by Laura Riding), Vol. IV, Part 2, pp. 47-50.
1939a. A History of Socialism, London: Hogarth Press.
1939b. ‘Relations between Turkey and the Entente Powers, 1919-1922’, Lysistrata, Vol. I, no. 2, pp. 28-44.
As Sally Chilver
1955. ‘The Simple Cure (Poem)’, The London Magazine, Vol. II, no. 5, pp. 53-4.
1955a. ‘To the Prince Ferdinand (Poem)’, The London Magazine, Vol. II, no. 5, p. 52.
1955b. ‘To the Widow (Poem)’, The London Magazine, Vol. II, no. 5, pp. 53.
As Elizabeth M. Chilver
1951. ‘The Institutes of Social and Economic Research in the African Colonies’, Journal of African Administration, Vol. III, no. 4, pp. 178-86.
1957. ‘A New View of Africa: Lord Hailey’s Second Survey’, The Roundtable: A Quarterly Review of British Commonwealth Affairs, Vol. XLVIII, no. 189 (December), pp. 120-9.
1958. ‘Commonwealth Studies in British Universities: 1. Social Sciences’, Universities Quarterly, Vol. XII, no. 4, pp. 407-13.
1960a. ‘Feudalism Among the Interlacustrine Kingdoms’, in Audrey I. Richards (ed.), East African Chiefs, London: Faber and Faber, pp. 378-93.
1960b. ‘Preface’, in Edwin W. Ardener, Shirley G. Ardener and W.A. Warmington (eds.), Plantation and Village in Cameroon, London: Oxford University Press, pp. vii-xi.
1961a. The History and Customs of Ntem, Oxford: Oxonian.
1961b. ‘Nineteenth Century Trade in the Bamenda Grassfields, Southern Cameroons’, Afrika und Ubersee, Vol. XLV, no. 4, pp. 233-58.
(ed.) 1962. ‘Portrait of a Cameroonian: An Autobiography of Maxwell Gabana Fohtung’, Cyclostyled.
1963. ‘Native Administration in the West Central Cameroons 1902-1954’, in Kenneth Robinson and A. Frederick Madden (eds.), Essays in Imperial Government. Presented to Margery Perham, Oxford: Basil Blackwell, pp. 89-139.
1964. ‘A Bamileke Community in Bali-Nyonga: A Note on the Bawok’, African Studies, Vol. XXIII, no. 3/4, pp. 121-7.
1965a. ‘Meta Village Chiefdoms of the Bome Valley in the Bamenda Prefecture of West Cameroon’, Nigerian Field, Vol. XXX, no. 1, pp. 4-18.
1965b. ‘Meta Village Chiefdoms in the Bome Valley of the Bamenda Prefecture’, Nigerian Field, Vol. XXX, no. 2, pp. 52-9.
1966. Zintgraff’s Explorations in Bamenda: Adamawa and the Benue Lands, 1889-1892, Buea: Ministry of Primary Education and Social Welfare; West Cameroon Antiquities Commission.
1967a. ‘Paramountcy and Protection in the Cameroons: The Bali and the Germans, 1889-1913’, in R. Prosser and W. R. Louis (eds.), Britain and Germany in Africa: Imperial Rivalry and Colonial Rule, New Haven: Yale University Press, pp. 479-511.
1967b. ‘The Bangwa and the Germans: A Tail-piece’, Journal of the Historical Society of Nigeria, Vol. IV, no. 1 December, pp. 155-60.
1973. Review of Anne Baker, Morning Star (Florence Baker’s Diary of the Expedition to Put Down the Slave Trade on the Nile, 1870-73), The Brown Book (Lady Margaret Hall magazine), December, p. 59.
1976. Review of T. Eyongetah and R. Brain A History of Cameroon’, Africa, Vol. XLVI, pp. 110-1.
1977a. ‘The Jamison Memorial’, The Brown Book (Lady Margaret Hall magazine), December, p. 14.
1977b. ‘The Secretaryship of the Colonial Social Science Research Council: A Reminiscence’, Anthropological Forum, Vol. IV, no. 2, pp. 239 (103)-248 (112).
1978a. ‘1970 College Appeal - Lea and Sutherland Buildings’, The Brown Book (Lady Margaret Hall magazine), December, p. 8.
1978b. ‘Centenary Dinner: Speech of the Principal’, The Brown Book (Lady Margaret Hall magazine), December, pp. 14-17.
1983. ‘In Memoriam: Air Vice-Marshall Frank Roland Bird, MA, CB, DSO, DFC, AFC, F.R.Ae.S, RAF (retd.), 1918-1983’, Brown Book (Lady Margaret Hall magazine), December, pp. 33-5.
1984. ‘Review of C. Geary, Things of the Palace’, Tribus, Vol. XXXIII, pp. 241-3.
(ed.) 1985. Palaces and Chiefly Households in the Cameroon Grassfields, Paideuma: Mitteilungen zur Kulturkunde, XXXI special number.
1987a. ‘Bernard Nsokika Fonlon, 1924-86’, Africa, Vol. LVII, no. 2, p. 259.
1987b. ‘Review of Joy Hendry, Becoming Japanese: the World of the Pre-School Child’, The Brown Book (Lady Margaret Hall magazine), December, pp. 49-50.
1989a. ‘Review of J.-P. Warnier Échanges, développement’, Africa, Vol. LIX, no. 1, pp. 137-9.
1989b. ‘Women Cultivators, Cows and Cash-Crops: Phyllis Kaberry’s Women of the Grassfields Revisited’, in P. Geschiere and P. Konings (eds.), Proceedings/Contributions, Conference on the Political Economy of the Cameroon: Historical Perspectives, June 1988 Leiden: African Studies Centre Research Report No. 35, pp. 383-422.
1990. ‘Thaumaturgy in Contemporary Traditional Religion: the case of Nso’ in Mid-century’, Journal of Religion in Africa, Vol. 20, no. 3, pp. 226-47.
1991. ‘Does Oral Tradition Deal With Earlier Lake Disasters in the North-West Province?’, Education Review (Limbe), Vol. II, no. 2, pp. 16-22.
1992a. ‘In Memoriam: Alison Smith, 1921-1992’, Brown Book (Lady Margaret Hall magazine), December, pp. 32-4.
1992b. ‘Review of Charles-Henry Pradelles de Latour, Ethnopsychanalyse en pays Bamileke’, Africa, Vol. 62, no. 1, pp. 155.
1992c. ‘Women Cultivators, Cows and Cash Crops in Cameroon’, in Shirley Ardener (ed.), Persons and Powers of Women in Diverse Cultures, Oxford: Berg, pp. 105-34.
1995. ‘Grassfields Working Notes: Max Moisel’s Visit to Bamenda, Bali-Nyonga and Babungo, 1907’, privately circulated.
2009 ‘Epitome of Extracts from Hermann Detzner, Im Landes Des Dju-Dju’, .I Fowler, and V. Fanso (eds), Encounter, Transformation and Identity: Peoples of the Western Cameroon Borderlands 1891-2000. Cameroon Studies 8. New York and Oxford: Berghahn Books.
With P.M. Kaberry
1960. ‘From Tribute to Tax in a Tikar Chiefdom’, Africa, Vol. XXX, no. 1, pp. 1-19.
1961. ‘An Outline of the Traditional Political System of Bali-Nyonga, Southern Cameroons’, Africa, Vol. XXXI, no. 4, pp. 355-71.
1963a. ‘Historical Research in Bamenda Division’, Abbia, Vol. IV, pp. 117-35.
1963b. 'Notes and Queries on Historical Research in the Bamenda Grassfields', Cameroon Students Journal, Vol. I, pagination not available.
1963c. ‘Traditional Government in Bafut, West Cameroon’, Nigerian Field, Vol. XXVIII, no. 1, pp. 4-30.
1965. ‘Sources of Nineteenth-Century Slave Trade. Two Comments: the Cameroons Highlands’, Journal of African History, Vol. VI, no. 1, pp. 117-9.
1966. ‘Notes on the Pre-Colonial History and Ethnography of the Bamenda Grassfields (Prefectures of Bamenda, Wum and Nkambe)’ cyclostyled.
1967. ‘The Kingdom of Kom in West Cameroon’, in Daryll Forde and Phyllis M. Kaberry (eds.), West African Kingdoms in the Nineteenth Century, London: Oxford University Press for the International African Institute, pp. 123-51.
1968. Traditional Bamenda: The Pre-Colonial History and Ethnography of the Bamenda Grassfields, Buea: Ministry of Primary Education and Social Welfare, West Cameroon Antiquities Commission.
1970a. ‘Chronology of the Bamenda Grassfields’, Journal of Africa History, Vol. XI, no. 2, pp. 249-57.
1970b. ‘From Tribute to Tax in a Tikar Chiefdom’, in J. Middleton (ed.), Black Africa: Its Peoples and their Cultures Today, London: Macmillan, pp. 82-100.
1971. ‘The Tikar Problem: A Non-problem’, Journal of African Languages, Vol. X, no. 2, pp. 13-14.
1974. Western Grassfields (Cameroon Republic): Linguistic Notes, Ibadan: University of Ibadan, Institute of African Studies, Occasional Publication No. 29.
With other authors
Harlow, Vincent, (assisted by Alison Smith) (eds.), 1965. History of East Africa, Vol. 2, London: Oxford University Press.
Chem-Langhëë, Bongfen, and Verkijika G. Fanso 1985. ‘Nto’ Nso’ and its Occupants. Privileged Access and Internal Organization in the Old and New Palaces’, Paideuma: Mitteilungen zur kulturkunde, Vol. XXXI, pp. 151-81.
Berndt, Catherine 1992. ‘Phyllis Kaberry (1910-1977): Fieldworker Among Friends’, in Shirley Ardener (ed.), Persons and Powers of Women in Diverse Cultures, Oxford: Berg, pp. 29-38.
Fohtung, Maxwell Gabana 1992. ‘Self-portrait of a Cameroonian, taken down by Peter Kalle Njie and edited by E.M. Chilver. (Published version of Portrait of a Cameroonian: an Autobiography of Maxwell Gabana Fohtung, cyclostyled for private circulation 1962)’, Paideuma: Mitteilungen zur kulturkunde, Vol. XXXVIII, pp. 219-48.
Chem-Langhëë, Bongfen, Verkijika G. Fanso and Mitzi Goheen 1996. ‘Nso’ and the Germans: the First Encounters in Contemporary Documents and in Oral Tradition’, in Bongfen, Chem-Langhëë and Verkijika G. Fanso (eds) Nso' and its Neighbours: Readings in Social History Yaoundé: University of Yaoundé.
Röschenthaler, Ute 2001. Cameroon’s Tycoon: Max Esser’s Expedition and its Consequences, Cameroon Studies 3. New York and Oxford: Berghahn Books.