Across the Copperbelt : Urban & Social Change in Central Africa's Borderland Communities

image/jpeg thumbnail

Fiche validée

Titre Across the Copperbelt : Urban & Social Change in Central Africa's Borderland Communities
Type de publication Livre
Langue principale de la publication anglais
Année de publication 2019
Editeur scientifique Miles LARMER
Enid GUENE
Benoît HENRIET
Iva PESA
Rachel TAYLOR
Nombre de pages 380
Éditeur James Currey
Ville London = Londres
Genre recueil d'études
Pays d'édition Royaume-Uni
ISBN 9781847012661

URL https://dhjhkxawhe8q4.cloudfront.net/boydell-and-brewer-wp/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/06073913/9781800101487-Across-the-Copperbelt.pdf
Résumé/Présentation " 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.
The Central African Copperbelt, encompassing the mining communities of Katanga (DR Congo) and Zambia, has been central to the study of modernisation and rapid social and political change in urban Africa. This volume expands upon earlier studies of industrial mining, male-dominated formal labour organisation and political change by examining both sides of the border from pre-colonial history to the present and encompassing a wide range of economic, social and cultural identities and activities. [...]
Référence complète Across the Copperbelt : Urban & Social Change in Central Africa's Borderland Communities. Edited by Miles Larmer, Enid Guene and Benoît Henriet, Iva Pesa, Rachel Taylor. London : James Currey, 2021, 380 p., 23.4 x 15.6 cm, 21 b/w. 4 line. Illustrations