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Mozambique on the Move

Challenges and Reflections


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Being a first of its kind, this volume comprises a multi-disciplinary exploration of Mozambique's contemporary and historical dynamics, bringing together scholars from across the globe. Focusing on the country's vibrant cultural, political, economic and social world - including the transition from the colonial to the postcolonial era - the book argues that Mozambique is a country still emergent, still unfolding, still on the move. Drawing on the disciplines of history, literature studies, anthropology, political science, economy and art history, the book serves not only as a generous introduction to Mozambique but also as a case study of a southern African country. Contributors are: Signe Arnfred, Bjorn Enge Bertelsen, Jose Luis Cabaco, Ana Benard da Costa, Anna Maria Gentili, Ana Margarida Fonseca, Randi Kaarhus, Sheila Pereira Khan, Maria Paula Meneses, Lia Quartapelle, Amy Schwartzott, Leonor Simas-Almeida, Anne Sletsjoe, Sandra Sousa, Linda van de Kamp.

Author Biography

Sheila Pereira Khan, Ph.D. (2004), Warwick University, is a Postdoc Researcher at the Communication and Society Research Centre, Uminho University. She has published several articles and books on Mozambican immigration, Portuguese postcolonialism, life and identity narratives, epistemologies, memory, post-memory and authorities of memory. Maria Paula Meneses, Ph.D. (1999), Rutgers University, is a Mozambican scholar currently working at the Centre for Social Studies, Coimbra University. She has published multiple works resulting from research projects on the social and historical context of modern Mozambique. Bjorn Enge Bertelsen, Ph.D. (2010), University of Bergen, is Professor of Social Anthropology at that university. He has published extensively on state formation, egalitarianism, violence, politics and socio-cultural processes in Mozambique.
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November 29th, 2018
Volume editor Bjorn Enge Bertelsen Volume editor Maria Paula Meneses Volume editor Sheila Pereira Khan
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