Regimes of Responsibility in Africa: Genealogies, Rationalities and Conflicts

Editors: Rubbers, Benjamin and Jedlowski, Alessandro
Publication Year: 2020
Publisher: Berghahn Books

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ISBN: 978-1-78-920359-2
Category: History - World history
Image Count: 3
Book Status: Available
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Regimes of Responsibility in Africa analyses the transformations that discourses and practices of responsibility have undergone in Africa.

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Table of Contents

    • List of Illustrations
    • List of Abbreviations
    • Introduction: Regimes of Responsibility in Africa: Towards a New Theoretical Approach - Benjamin Rubbers and Alessandro Jedlowski
    • Chapter 1. Historical Regimes of Responsibility in ‘the Politics of the Belly’ - Jean-François Bayart
    • Chapter 2. The Use(fulness) of Discourses of ‘Responsibility’ on the DRC's ‘Sovereign Frontier’ - Stylianos Moshonas
    • Chapter 3. High Officials’ Responsibility and State Accountability in the Age of Neoliberal Discharge: Views from Mozambique - Rozenn Nakanabo Diallo
    • Chapter 4. Reproduction, Responsibility and Citizenship in Côte d'Ivoire - Giulia Almagioni and Armando Cutolo
    • Chapter 5. Human Care or Human Capital? Corporate Responsibility and HIV Management at South Africa's Mines - Dinah Rajak
    • Chapter 6. What Are People with Disabilities Responsible For? The Study of Political, Social and Family Responsibilities in the Context of Locomotor Disability (Cape Flats, South Africa) - Marie Schnitzler
    • Chapter 7. Diverting Makila Mabe: Understanding Responsibility in Kinshasa's Pentecostal Worlds - Katrien Pype
    • Chapter 8. The (Ir)Responsible Witch: Ambiguities among the Maka of Southeast Cameroon - Peter Geschiere
    • Chapter 9. The ‘Return of Culture’: Spiritual Threats, Asylum Policies and the Responsibility of Anthropological Knowledge - Roberto Beneduce