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Undoing Traceable Beginnings

Citizenship and Belonging among Former Burundian Refugees in Tanzania

Patricia Daley, Ng’wanza Kamata, and Leiyo Singo

term “resident guests” or “ wageni wakazi .” However, for the wageni to access international humanitarian aid, they had to succumb to the bureaucratic label of “refugees” ( Zetter 1991 ) as the criterion for assistance. Liisa Malkki (1995) , in her

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“Going vertical” in times of insecurity

Constructing proximity and distance through a Kenyan gated high-rise

Zoë Goodman

referred to as wageni (meaning foreigners or guests in Swahili), and stereotyped as insular and exploitative. Although perpetuating narratives that bring their Kenyan-ness into question, Khojas’ ascription as “Asian” means they are not the target of

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Intersectional Barriers Faced by Urban Somali Refugee Girls in Uganda

Manya Kagan and Winnie Nakatudde

Wageni: Comparing African Responses to Somali Migration .” African Studies Review 63 ( 1 ): 18 – 42 .