"Spanish Guinea: enclave empire," Phylon, v.17 (Dec 1956), p. 349-64.




Max Liniger-Goumaz, Historical dictionary of Equatorial Guinea (Scarecrow Press,

1979), p. 206.


Thanks to Inaki Tofino Quesada for having this thesis scanned and for publishing it on the internet.

 Spanish Guinea: an annotated bibliographySpanish Guinea

 (Catholic University of American Libraries, 1961), 2 v. Master's thesis.


            "A unique contribution to African Studies, and anyone doing research on

            Spanish Guinea will find it invaluable." --- Helen F. Conover, comp. ,

Africa south of the Sahara: a selected, annotated list of writings (Library of Congress,

1963) p. 319.


"Monumental .... The only major bibliographical work produced by a non-Spanish author

and devoted Spanish Guinea. The service rendered to African Studies by the writer

cannot be overestimated, since he has brought not merely a technical competence to his

task but also a scientific impartiality -- a quality often unknown to Iberian authors." ---

Rene Pelissier, "Spanish Africa: a bibliographical survey," African newsletter, v. 2, no. 2

(1964), p. 13.


"By far the most exhaustive bibliography ever compiled on any Spanish possession is ...

Berman's excellent ... work [which includes] a helpful introduction, a main and

supplementary bibliography, glossary, chronology, directory of publishers, and index.

Certainly the serious student of Spanish Africa cannot do without this in-dispensible aid."

William D. Jackson, "Survey of the literature available at UCLA on the Spanish

territorities in Africa," in California. University. Graduate Academy, 3d, Los Angeles, April

11-12, 1965, Proceedings (UCLA, 1966), p. 304.


Further comments/citations:


Peter Duignan, ed., Guide to research and reference works on Sub-Saharan Africa

(Hoover Institution, Stanford University, 1972), p. 859; D.H. Varley, "Spanish-speaking

Africa," in Conference on the Acquisition of Material from Africa, Birmingham University,

25 April, 1969, Reports and papers, comp. by Valerie Bloomfield (Inter-Documentation,

1969), p. 73; Rene Pelissier, Territorios espanoles de Africa (I.D.E.A., 1964), p. 91;

Africa South of the Sahara, 1973 (Europa Publications, 1973), p. 303; Max Liniger-

Goumaz, Historical dictionary of Equatorial Guinea (Scarecrow Press, 1979), p.177, 188.



"Spanish Africa," in Helen Kitchen, ed., Educated African (Prager, 1962), p. 302-14.




Pelissier, Territorios espanoles de Africa, p. 91.


Co-Editor, Yin-yang. nos. 1-2 (1966). Soldier-authored magazine, produced under

auspices of Coleman and Taukkunen Barracks Special Services Libraries

(Worms/Mannheim-Sandhofen, West Germany); copies archived at Dept. of Special

Collections, UCLA Research Library.


"Where it's at," Library journal v.93, no. 22 (Dec 15, 1968), p. 4615 -18.

Reprinted, with some corrections and additions, in Eric Moon, ed., Book selection and

censorship in the sixties (Bowker, 1969), p. 145-51.




Bill Katz, "Serials selection," in Walter C. Allen, ed. Serial publications in large libraries

(Grad. School of Library Science, Univ. of Illinois, 1970), p.22;


Bill Katz, Magazine selection: how to build a community-oriented collection (Bowker,

1971), p. 117-18, 123;


 Sipapu, v.1,   no.2 (July 1970), p.5-6


"Dissident magazines," in Bill Katz, Magazines for libraries (Bowker, 1969),

p. 104-14.   Twenty-four annotations plus introduction.


"Black Americana for African libraries," Zambia Library Association Journal, v.1, no.1

(June 1969), p. 15-19.