Urban Cultures in Southern Africa

SCIENCE AND INNOVATION

IFAS-Research presents the second issue of Journal of Contemporary History of Africa ( RHCA ), which tackles the cultural history of urban societies in contemporary southern Africa. Between repulsion and attraction, domination and resistance, invention and accommodation, this history has been shaped by encounters between African populations and European settlers, by diasporic communities in the colonial and post-colonial era and by migrants of all origins. This issue highlights the multiple links between places, specific scenes and the cultural forms that have developed there.

Read more and access the journal here: https://oap.unige.ch/journals/rhca/issue/view/02afriqueaustrale

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