Eastern and Southern Africa

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Researchers in Eastern and Southern Africa

Christiane Adamczyk (Rwanda, Burundi) | Sandra Calkins (Uganda) | Solange Guo Chatelard (Zambia) | Christian Laheij (Mozambique) | Christian Straube (Zambia)

Former Researchers (1999-2013)

Astrid Bochow (Botswana) | Dominik Kohlhagen - REMEP (Burundi) 

Events

Urban Precarity, Workshop, 27.03.-29.03.19

Publications

1.
Laheij, Christian. 2015. A country of trial: Islamic reformism, pluralism and dispute management in Peri-Urban Northern Mozambique. PhD Thesis, London School of Economics and Political Science, London.
2.
Laheij, Christian. 2018. Dangerous neighbours: sorcery, conspicuous exchange and proximity among urban migrants in northern Mozambique. Africa 88(S1): S31–S50.
3.
Kreager, Philip and Astrid Bochow (eds.). 2017. Fertility, conjuncture, difference: anthropological approaches to the heterogeneity of modern fertility declines. Fertility, Reproduction and Sexuality 36. New York; Oxford: Berghahn.
4.
Bochow, Astrid. 2017. Understanding childlessness in Botswana: reproduction and Tswana-nization of middle-class identities in the twenty-first century. Fertility, conjuncture, difference: anthropological approaches to the heterogeneity of modern fertility declines. 1. ed. New York; Oxford: Berghahn, pp. 218–246.
5.
Bochow, Astrid. 2015. Ethics, identities and agency: ART, elites and HIV/AIDS in Botswana. Assisted reproductive technologies in the third phase: global encounters and emerging moral worlds. Fertility, Reproduction and Sexuality. New York; Oxford: Berghahn, pp. 135–151.
6.
Bochow, Astrid. 2015. A future beyond HIV/AIDS?: health as a political commodity in Botswana. Africa-Spectrum 50(1): 25–47.

Outreach - Related Press

Interviews with Solange Guo Chatelard
Debate on China in Africa (France24.com, March, 27, 2013)
Viewpoint: Africa must do more to profit from China (BBC Article, May 22, 2012)
People & Power: King Cobra and the Dragon (Al Jazeera Article, January 5, 2012)

Interview with Christiane Adamczyk on page 6.
Ethnische Beziehungen nach dem Genozid (in (H)alles Forschung, p. 6)

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