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Transforming Innovations in Africa
The authors in this volume explore how external innovations (products, technologies, services, institutions and processes) have been appropriated in African societies in order to be acceptable and relevant to local conditions, expectations and demands.
Side@Ways: Mobile Margins and the Dynamics of Communication in Africa
This book is about the workings of networks of the mobile in Africa, a continent usually associated with the ‘global shadows’ of the world.
Sharing knowledge about social media in Africa
Africa is online. Leiden Africa expert Mirjam de Bruijn is fascinated by the fast development of mobile telephony and social media in Africa. She maintains a website on the topic, focusing on isolated, marginalised and conflict-ridden areas in Middle Africa.
10-12 December International Conference 'The General Labour History of Africa'
The second authors' conference of the General Labour History of Africa (GLHA) project will be held from 10 to 12 December 2015 in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
Inge Ligtvoet in Nigeria
My first fieldwork in Nigeria began up in the air, as we were approaching the runway of Lagos’ Murtala Muhammed Airport.