Tag: mozambique

Unsettling Soy: New Crops, Kin, and Conviviality on Mozambique’s Agribusiness Frontier

colinhoag , February 16th, 2021


Editorial Note: This post is part of our series highlighting the work of the Anthropology and Environment Society’s 2020 Roy A. Rappaport Prize Finalists. We asked them to outline the…


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“Radical Bricoleurs”: On Doing Science, Community Life, Activism and Bureaucracy in Mozambique

colinhoag , October 18th, 2018


By Anselmo Matusse, University of Cape Town § One day I was walking with Mr. Angelo, 69 years old, a former Renamo soldier, demobilized in 1994, who is now…


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#Review: Mobile Secrets

Peter Lockwood , June 15th, 2018


Julie Archambault’s Mobile Secrets is an ethnographically vivid and distinctive contribution to the ever growing anthropological literature on the topic of youth in Africa. Whilst ethnographic a…


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Urban kinship: the micro-politics of proximity and relatedness in African cities, by Jesper Bjarnesen and Mats Utas

Mats Utas , March 28th, 2018


It is our pleasure and privilege to introduce a special issue of Africa, exploring the micro-politics of proximity and relatedness in six African cities. To understand how social…


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Book Chapter: Women as Mediators in Post-War Mozambique, by Albert Farré

Human Economy Blog , December 29th, 2015


By Albert Farré I wrote chapter 4 of the book Economy For and Against Democracy, edited by Keith Hart and published last month by Berghahn Books – you…


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Book Chapter: Women as Mediators in Post-War Mozambique, by Albert Farré

Unknown , December 29th, 2015


By Albert Farré I wrote chapter 4 of the book Economy For and Against Democracy, edited by Keith Hart and published last month by Berghahn Books – you…


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Book Chapter: Women as Mediators in Post-War Mozambique, by Albert Farré

Human Economy Blog , December 29th, 2015


By Albert Farré I wrote chapter 4 of the book Economy For and Against Democracy, edited by Keith Hart and published last month by Berghahn Books – you…


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Book Chapter: Women as Mediators in Post-War Mozambique, by Albert Farré

Human Economy Blog , December 29th, 2015


By Albert Farré I wrote chapter 4 of the book Economy For and Against Democracy, edited by Keith Hart and published last month by Berghahn Books – you…


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Special Issue – The Human Economy Project: First Steps

The Rise of the Mozambican Democratic Movement

Human Economy Blog , February 26th, 2014


By José Adalima Mozambique often features as an example of successful transition from war to peace. The peace agreement was signed in 1992, after sixteen years of civil…


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