1. Urban football performances: Playing for the neighbourhood in Senegal, 1950s–2000s
  2. Susann Baller
  3. pp. 17-35
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  1. Choreographic performance, generations and the art of life in post-colonial Dakar
  2. Hélène Neveu Kringelbach
  3. pp. 36-54
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  1. ‘Create your space!’ Locating contemporary dance in Ouagadougou
  2. Nadine Sieveking
  3. pp. 55-77
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  1. A snapshot of happiness: Photo albums, respectability and economic uncertainty in Dakar
  2. Beth Buggenhagen
  3. pp. 78-100
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  1. Joking market women: Critiquing and negotiating gender and social hierarchy in Kankossa, Mauritania
  2. Katherine Ann Wiley
  3. pp. 101-118
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  1. Transcending dual economies: Reflections on ‘Popular economies in South Africa’
  2. Ralph Callebert
  3. pp. 119-134
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  1. Taking disadvantage seriously: The ‘underclass’ in post-apartheid South Africa
  2. Jeremy Seekings
  3. pp. 135-141
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  1. Transcending the economic
  2. Maxim Bolt
  3. pp. 142-145
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  1. Gains and losses in the margins of time: From West and Equatorial history to present-day South Africa, and back
  2. Jane I. Guyer
  3. pp. 146-150
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  1. Marikana and the limits of biopolitics: Themes in the recent scholarship of South African mining
  2. Keith Breckenridge
  3. pp. 151-161
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  1. Introduction: Performing space in urban Africa
  2. Geert Castryck, Nadine Sieveking
  3. pp. 1-16
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