Publications of Maarten Bedert

Journal Article (4)

Journal Article
Bedert, Maarten. 2021. "We are suffering here": mobility, belonging and distinction in contemporary Liberia. African Diaspora 13(1-2): 19–49.
Journal Article
Ménard, Anaïs and Maarten Bedert. 2021. Introduction: the role of social imagination in strategies of im/mobility in Sierra Leone and Liberia. African Diaspora 13(1-2): 1–18.
Journal Article
Bedert, Maarten. 2019. Negotiating national identity and local belonging in contemporary Liberia. Mande Studies 21: 153–172.
Journal Article
Bedert, Maarten. 2017. The complementarity of divergent historical imaginations: narratives of mobility and alterity in contemporary Liberia. Social Identities 23(4): 430–445.

Book Chapter (2)

Book Chapter
Knörr, Jacqueline, Maarten Bedert, Jonas Klee, Anaïs Ménard, Agathe Menetrier, William Murphy, David O'Kane, and Wilson Trajano Filho. 2020. Research Group: 'Integration and Conflict along the Upper Guinea Coast of West Africa'. Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology Report: Department 'Integration and Conflict'; International Max Planck Research School on Retaliation, Mediation and Punishment (IMPRS REMEP) 2017/2019.
Book Chapter
Bedert, Maarten. 2018. Indexing alterity: the performance of language in processes of social differentiation in postwar Liberia. In: Jacqueline Knörr and Wilson Trajano Filho (eds.). Creolization and pidginization in contexts of postcolonial diversity: language, culture, identity. 1. ed. Brill's Studies in Language, Cognition and Culture 17. Leiden; Boston: Brill, pp. 253–271.

Book Review (1)

Book Review
Bedert, Maarten. 2019. Danny Hoffman. Monrovia modern: urban and political imagination in Liberia. Durham: Duke University Press, 2017. xvi+205pp. African Studies Review 62(2): E31–E33.

Monograph (1)

Bedert, Maarten and Freeman B. Bartuah. 2017. Notes on settlement histories of Gbelay-Geh Statutory District, Nimba County, Liberia. Field Notes and Research Projects/Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, Department Integration and Conflict 17. Halle/Saale: Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology.
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