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Journal | 01.04.2021

Neues Africa Spectrum 1/2021

Die aktuelle Ausgabe des Africa Spectrum analysiert die Beziehungen zwischen Staat und Diaspora mit einem Fokus auf Eritrea. Dieser Fall ist in vielerlei Hinsicht paradigmatisch, um Schlüsselfragen rund um Diaspora-Staat-Beziehungen zu erörtern.

    Africa Spectrum Vol. 56, No. 1 (2021)

    Transnational Lived Citizenship – The Case of the Eritrean Diaspora

    Introduction to the Special Focus

    • Tanja R. Müller, Milena Belloni: Transnational Lived Citizenship – The Case of the Eritrean Diaspora Abstract | PDF

    Special Focus Research Articles

    • Nicole Hirt: Eritrea’s Chosen Trauma and the Legacy of the Martyrs: The Impact of Postmemory on Political Identity Formation of Second-Generation Diaspora Eritreans Abstract | PDF

    • Abdulkader Saleh Mohammad: The Resurgence of Religious and Ethnic Identities among Eritrean Refugees: A Response to the Government’s Nationalist Ideology Abstract | PDF

    • Milena Belloni: Remittance Houses and Transnational Citizenship: Mapping Eritrea’s Diaspora–State Relationships Abstract | PDF

    Research Article

    • Mary B. Setrana: Citizenship, Indigeneity, and the Experiences of 1.5- and Second-Generation Fulani Herders in Ghana Abstract | PDF

    • Thompson Gyedu Kwarkye: Between Tradition and Modernity: Customary Structures as Agents in Local Governance in Ghana Abstract | PDF

    Book Reviews

    • Scott Pegg: Book Review: When There Was No Aid: War and Peace in Somaliland Abstract | PDF

    • Tanja D. Hendriks: Book Review: Cooking Data: Culture & Politics in an African Research World Abstract | PDF