A Belgian Dutch co-production, it won the Mirror Award Spiegelprijs in April , and was screened in several national and international film festivals. African Anthropology and the Critique of Power. De Boeck’s current theoretical interests include youth and the politics of culture, urban infrastructure, and the transformation of private and public space in the urban context in Africa. Masimba Hwati explores those links and the myopia induced by social networks, the Internet and multinationals in his series Urban Totems. Inhabiting the urban, writes De Boeck, requires strategies of amalgamation that resist being mapped linearly.
I present historical material, richly layered, to prevent our memory from disappearing. In deze gesprekken met schrijver Yoka Lye Mudaba, psychiater Adelin Nsitu, mensenrechten activist en prof. This book has been reprinted in by Leuven University Press. We feel that Harry West’s Ethnographic Sorcery is one of these books. Review of Harry West, Ethnographic Sorcery more. In Kinshasa, the capital of the Democratic Republic of Congo, death and the way in which it is managed by urban youth, has generated radically new geographies of proximity and distance, of inclusion and exclusion between Kinois youth and their elders.
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Digging, Dying and ‘Hunting’ for Diamonds in Angola. Click here to sign up. Urban Anthropology and Anthropology of Religion. In the Bylex world essah imagination plays a prominent role, in an endeavour to realize the impossible, without which both private and public worlds would be the poorer In the process he forces us to think about what makes a world, and what makes it inhabitable and liveable.
Leuven University Press Publication Date: African Anthropology and the Critique xammy Power. How the Academy and the Arts Circumambulate the City more. The paintings highlight the subjective nature of maps, which entangle geographic data with histories of power, conquest and discovery.
But they also explore the ways in which the city continues to reformulate ;lanning earlier propositions. In precolonial times, a Lunda kingdom had ruled this cross-border region.
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This brilliant collaboration between an anthropologist and a photographer has resulted in not only a handsome volume that does justice to word and image alike, but also something far more important — a beautifully successful balance Cambridge University Press Publication Date: Vanuit een beknopte etnografische voorstelling van het zich snel verspreidende fenomeen van heksenkinderen in Congo-Kinshasa, biedt dit artikel een reflectie over de onderliggende ‘crisis van het imaginaire’, de veranderende kwaliteiten The ongoing transformation of towers into holes, and holes into towers, is also what the proposed video installation illustrates.
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Cambeck Voitures Nov Publication Name: Are these examples of an African futurity, and for whom do they envision a new kind of urban life? European Journal of Media Studies Autumn [https: Presence of the Past It offers an exploration of different urban sites in Congo, through the media of photography and Topography as a Way to De-centre Urban Thinking.
It looks at the complex and often ambivalent role many autochthonous land chiefs continue to play in the processes of naloji expansion currently taking place in Kinshasa. Boyd has adopted traditional techniques to rework photographs, maps, and documents.
Book review by Ninon Chavoz, in: AnthropologyUrban Anthropologyand Urban Culture. The authors, anthropologist Filip De Boeck and photographer Esssy Baloji, take the reader on a tour of specific urban sites in Kinshasa and beyond.
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Also to be noted was the low number of African curators and artists invited in other venues, and the appropriation of African voices by other actors. Aan de hand van een viertal gesprekken wordt gereflecteerd over de specifieke aard van stedelijkheid in de context van centraal Afrika. This article addresses the tensions that exist between the lives of city dwellers in Kinshasa, the capital of the Democratic Republic of Congo, and those official attempts currently being launched by the Congolese government to create a new, albeit exclusionist, urban environment.
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Urban living constantly attempts to ‘suture’ the city, finding ways to stitch gains and losses, or pasts and futures together in the moment of the ‘urban now’. A tense backdrop has set the tone; the planned seven national participants had dropped to five. Conceived and realised by the doctor without the help of any professional architects, as demonstrated by the unusual resting areas between each staircase, the construction of this as yet unfinished tower was started in Documentary Film 70 minutes Lingala with English subtitles.
Although contemporary migration in and from Africa can be understood as a continuation of earlier forms of interregional and international migration, current processes of migration seem to have taken on a new quality.