Title: Children and youth in Africa: agency, identity and place: introduction
Authors: De Boeck, Filip
Honwana, A
Issue Date: 2005
Publisher: Currey
Host Document: Makers and breakers: children and youth in postcolonial Africa pages:1-18
Description: This book contributes to a theoretical, ethnographic and historical understanding of issues concerning children, youth, agency, locality, globalization and identity from the past to the postcolony and beyond. As such the authors strive to achieve a better insight into what lives in the hearts and minds of African youngsters.

Contributors include: Alcinda Honwana, Filip De Boeck, Jean & John Comaroff, Mats Utas, Pamela Reynolds, Tshikala Biaya, Deborah Durham, Nicolas Argenti, Ibrahim Abdullah & Mamadou Diouf
ISBN: 978 1592 213 40 5
Publication status: published
KU Leuven publication type: IHb
Appears in Collections:Institute for Anthropological Research in Africa

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