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Across the Copperbelt : urban & social change in Central Africa's borderland communities

Author: Miles Larmer; Enid Guene; Benoît Henriet; Iva Peša; Rachel Taylor
Publisher: Woodbridge, Suffolk : James Currey, 2021.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The first comparative historical analysis - local, national and transnational - of the cross-border Central African copperbelt; a key work in studies of labour, urbanisation and African studies.

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Genre/Form: Electronic books
History
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Across the copperbelt.
Martlesham : James Currey, 2021
(OCoLC)1247944767
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Miles Larmer; Enid Guene; Benoît Henriet; Iva Peša; Rachel Taylor
ISBN: 9781800101487 1800101481 9781800101494 180010149X
OCLC Number: 1252627978
Description: 1 online resource : illustrations (black and white).
Contents: Introduction --
Enid Guene and Benoît Henriet and Miles Larmer and Iva Pesa and Rachel Taylor<br>PART 1: MICRO-STUDIES OF URBAN LIFE<br>Beyond Paternalism: Pluralising Copperbelt Histories --
Iva Pesa and Benoît Henriet<br>Being a Child of the Mines: Youth Magazines and Comics in the Copperbelt --
Enid Guene<br>Divergence and Convergence on the Copperbelt: White Mineworkers in Comparative Perspective, 1911 --
63 --
Duncan Money<br>Football on the Zambian and Katangese Copperbelts: Leisure and Fan Culture from the 1930s to the Present --
Hikabwa D. Chipande<br>Beware the Mineral Narrative: The Histories of Solwezi Town and Kansanshi Mine, Northwestern Zambia --
Rita Kesselring<br>PART 2: THE LOCAL COPPERBELT AND THE GLOBAL ECONOMY<br>Kingdoms and Associations: Copper's Changing Political Economy during the Nineteenth Century --
David M. Gordon<br>Of Corporate Welfare Buildings and Private Initiative: Post-Paternalist Ruination and Renovation in a Former Zambian Mine Township --
Christian Straube<br>From a Colonial to a Mineral Flow Regime: The Mineral Trade and the Inertia of Global Infrastructures in the Copperbelt --
Hélène Blaszkiewicz<br>Houses Built on Copper: The Environmental Impact of Current Mining Activities on "Old" and "New" Zambian Copperbelt Communities --
Jennifer Chibamba Chansa<br>PART 3: PRODUCING AND CONTESTING KNOWLEDGE OF URBAN SOCIETIES<br>"The British, The French and even the Russians use these Methods": Psychology, Mental Testing and (Trans)Imperial Dynamics of Expertise Production in Late Colonial Congo --
Amandine Lauro<br>Historical Knowledge Production at the University of Lubumbashi (1956 --
2018) --
Donatien Dibwe dia Mwembu<br>The Decolonisation of Community Development in Haut Katanga and the Zambian Copperbelt, 1945 --
1990 --
Miles Larmer and Rachel Taylor<br>Reimagining the Copperbelt as a Religious Space --
Stephanie Lämmert
Responsibility: edited by Miles Larmer, Enid Guene, Benoît Henriet, Iva Peša & Rachel Taylor.

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