By Rosalind Fredericks (Editor) Mamadou Diouf (Editor)
The Arts of Citizenship in African towns pushes the frontiers of the way we comprehend towns and citizenship and provides new views on African urbanism. Nuanced ethnographic analyses of existence in an array of African towns light up the emergent infrastructures and areas of belonging by which city lives and politics are being forged.
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