TOC: African Studies 76, 2 (June 2017), special issue: Opening-up Mozambique: Histories of the present

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African Studies 76, 2 (June 2017), special issue:
Opening-up Mozambique: Histories of the present
http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/cast20/76/2

Introduction

Opening-up Mozambique: Histories of the present
Pamila Gupta & Estienne Rodary

Articles

The transnational hybridisation of Mozambican nature
Rozenn N. Diallo & Estienne Rodary

The aetiology of diseases in central Mozambique: With a special focus on HIV/AIDS
Brigitte Bagnol

Migration and resilience of rural households’ livelihoods in the face of changing political and economic contexts: The case of South Mozambique (1900–2010)
Sara Mercandalli & Ward Anseeuw

‘Becoming Mozambicanised’: Nostalgic amnesia among Zimbabweans adapting to ‘disorder’ in Mozambique
Amanda Hammar

Crime, state and civil society responses in Maputo (Mozambique): Between privatisation and civilianisation
Fabrice Folio, Carlota Marlen & Luisa Chicamisse Mutisse

Tracing elusive wars: Reading war in Mia Couto’s Sleepwalking Land, Under the Frangipani and The Last Flight of the Flamingo
Sean Anthony Rogers

Two stories from Mia Couto's collection O Fio Das Missangas
Irene Marques

Photographic Essay

Movements (Excerpt from Residues)
Juan Orrantia