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Ten Years of Transfers

Mobility Studies and Social Change during a Pandemic

Mimi Sheller

workspace.” His work has long reminded us that humans, insects, animals, and disease travel together, as both vehicles and passengers. 27 The special section on “African Mobilities” helped to push the field of mobility studies toward non-Western analytical

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Utopian Spaces, Dystopian Places?: A Local Community-Based Perspective on Corporate Social Responsibility

Zoe Bray and Christian Thauer

China, who do not meet these standards, out of the South African market ( Börzel and Thauer 2013 ). In consequence, there are no cheap cars available in South Africa. Mobility, however, is one of the major obstacles for township inhabitants for gaining

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Making Life Liveable in an Informal Market

Infrastructures of Friendship amongst Migrant Street Traders in Durban, South Africa

Nomkhosi Mbatha and Leah Koskimaki

Street Trading at Durban's Workshop Market African mobility is highest between countries within the continent, with social transformations motivating migrant aspirations ( Awumbila 2017 ; Flahaux and De Haas 2016). Since the end of apartheid in 1994

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Trending Transfers

A Decade of New Mobility Studies through the Lens of Transmodality, Transnationalism, and Transdisciplinarity

Gijs Mom

mobility history. It was on these workshops in Delhi, Kolkata, Dakar, Shanghai, Santiago de Chile, Leuven (on African mobility), Wollongong (on settler colonialism and gendered automobility), Lancaster (on the Middle East and the Saudi-Arabian “drifters

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Conservation-Induced Resettlement

The Case of the Baka of Southeast Cameroon—A Variation on the Habitual Mobility–Immobility Nexus

Harrison Esam Awuh

change in the environment. Also, inscribing itself in the second conceptual strand of this special section on African mobilities, “mobilities of technology,” my article pursues a critical examination of encounters between incoming knowledge and practices