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Conditional Freedom

A Portrait of Young Men's Sense of Belonging to the Street in Maputo, Mozambique

Andrea Moreira

, the capital of Mozambique, which explored how these young men strategically performed their masculinities in attempting to subvert dominant discourses of what it means to be a man in urban Maputo. Through the method of participant observation, I

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Art of Solidarity

Cuban Posters for African Liberation 1967–1989

David Fleming

focus on the fight against foreign domination, resistance to colonialism, and apartheid. An example is “Day of World Solidarity with Mozambique,” 1967, by Olivio Martinez Viera ( Figure 4 ), which gets the message across through a stark composition in

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Michael R. M. Ward

on extensive fieldwork, in our final regular article Andrea Moreiras explores how a group of young men construct their sense of belonging to a public space, namely, a market in the capital city of Mozambique, Maputo. The article shows how these young

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Laborers, Migrants, Refugees

Managing Belonging, Bodies, and Mobility in (Post)Colonial Kenya and Tanzania

Hanno Brankamp and Patricia Daley

regimes, but also sought work to pay taxes. In Tanganyika, migrants from Belgian (Rwanda and Burundi) and Portuguese (Mozambique) territories formed the most common group of “distance labor” and were provided with free housing. Ethnic and racial

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Catherine Plum, Klaus Berghahn, Gregory Smulewicz-Zucker, David Freis, and Matthew Eckel

to explain the treatment of the various groups considered, from Jews and contract workers from Mozambique and Vietnam to Jehovah Witnesses and nonconformist youth groups. Ultimately, some groups fared better than others in the final years of the

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Organic Vehicles and Passengers

The Tsetse Fly as Transient Analytical Workspace

Clapperton Chakanetsa Mavhunga

Zimbabwe on 18 April 1980. The most widespread was what Europeans called Glossina morsitans , which was found in the Zambezi valley and the colony’s southeastern border with Mozambique. The other two species, Glossina pallidipes and Glossina brevipalpis

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Nathalia Brichet

opening in 2011–12 in Mozambique, times are apparently changing. For the coloured-gemstone industry, a large-scale investment in a relatively big mine such as Aappaluttoq means a long-term and not least stable supply of rubies to an international market