Recently published journal articles - week 26

Retrieved week 26 2018


BJARNESEN, J. & UTAS, M. 2018. Introduction Urban kinship: the micro-politics of proximity and relatedness in African cities. Africa, 88, S1-S11.

JONG, F. D. & VALENTE-QUINN, B. 2018. Infrastructures of utopia: ruination and regeneration of the African future. Africa, 88, 332-351.

MACAMO, E. 2018. Urbane scholarship: studying Africa, understanding the world Africa, 88, 1-10.

TAZANU, P. M. 2018. Communication technologies and legitimate consumption: making sense of healthcare remittances in Cameroonian transnational relationships. Africa, 88, 385-403.

CASSIMAN, A. 2018. Browsers and phone girls: the intricate socialities of friendship, trust and cyberlove in Nima (Accra). Africa, 88, S72-S89.

MCCASKIE, T. 2018. African mediators, the Asante and British colonial rule: Introduction. Africa, 88, 203-204.

MCCASKIE, T. 2018. ‘History has many cunning passages’: Kwasi Apea Nuama between the Asante and the British. Africa, 88, 222-237.

MCCASKIE, T. 2018. ‘You are the music while the music lasts’: Kwame Tua between the Asante and the British. Africa, 88, 205-221.

STACEY, P. 2018. Urban development and emerging relations of informal property and land-based authority in Accra. Africa, 88, 63-80.

DESPLAT, P. 2018. Closed circles of mistrust: envy, aspirations and urban sociality in coastal Madagascar. Africa, 88, S117-S139.

RIJKE-EPSTEIN, T. 2018. Neglect as effacement: the multiple lives of the Jardin Ralaimongo, Mahajanga, Madagascar. Africa, 88, 352-384.

LAHEIJ, C. 2018. Dangerous neighbours: sorcery, conspicuous exchange and proximity among urban migrants in northern Mozambique. Africa, 88, S31-S50.

KEOUGH, S. B. & YOUNGSTEDT, S. M. 2018. ‘Pure water’ in Niamey, Niger: the backstory of sachet water in a landscape of waste. Africa, 88, 38-62.

ALANAMU, T. 2018. Church Missionary Society evangelists and women's labour in nineteenth-century Abẹ́òkúta. Africa, 88, 291-311.

CARTER-ÉNYÌ, A. 2018. Hooked on Sol-Fa: the do-re-mi heuristic for Yorùbá speech tones. Africa, 88, 267-290.

OYÈLÁRÀN, Ọ. O. 2018. Oríta Borgu: the Yorùbá and the Bààtonu down the ages. Africa, 88, 238-266.

WATSON, R. 2018. ‘My desire is to be the possessor of all the best books in this world of struggle’: respectability and literary materialism in colonial Ibadan. Africa, 88, 312-331.

North Africa
DRAGANI, A. 2018. The past of dreams: gender, memory and Tuareg oneiric inspiration. Africa, 88, 122-137.

South Africa
SPIEGEL, A. D. 2018. Reconfiguring the culture of kinship: poor people's tactics during South Africa's transition from apartheid. Africa, 88, S90-S116.

South Sudan
PENDLE, N. R. 2018. ‘The dead are just to drink from’: recycling ideas of revenge among the western Dinka, South Sudan. Africa, 88, 99-121.

Southern Africa
LEWIS-WILLIAMS, J. D. 2018. Three nineteenth-century Southern African San myths: a study in meaning. Africa, 88, 138-159.

Subsaharan Africa
PORTER, G., HAMPSHIRE, K., ABANE, A., MUNTHALI, A., ROBSON, E., TANLE, A., OWUSU, S., LANNOY, A. D. & BANGO, A. 2018. Connecting with home, keeping in touch: physical and virtual mobility across stretched families in sub-Saharan Africa. Africa, 88, 404-424.

MALEFAKIS, A. 2018. Gridlocked in the city: kinship and witchcraft among Wayao street vendors in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Africa, 88, S51-S71.

JOIREMAN, S. F. 2018. Intergenerational land conflict in northern Uganda: children, customary law and return migration. Africa, 88, 81-98.

MCQUAID, K., VANDERBECK, R. M., VALENTINE, G., LIU, C., CHEN, L., ZHANG, M. & DIPROSE, K. 2018. Urban climate change, livelihood vulnerability and narratives of generational responsibility in Jinja, Uganda. Africa, 88, 11-37.

MONTEITH, W. 2018. Showing ‘heart’ while making money: negotiating proximity in a Ugandan marketplace. Africa, 88, S12-S30.

West Africa
DEVLIEGER, C. 2018. Rome and the Romains: laughter on the border between Kinshasa and Brazzaville. Africa, 88, 160-182.