Mobility between Africa, Asia and Latin America

Economic Networks and Cultural Interactions

Ute Roeschenthaler (Redaktør) ; Alessandro Jedlowski (Redaktør)

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An exploration of the diverse forms of cultural and economic exchange which connect Africa to the rest of the global South.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

1. Introduction: Landscapes of Opportunity, Mobility, and Entrepreneurial Perspectives - Ute Roeschenthaler and Alessandro Jedlowski
Part I: Historical Relationships and Economic Networks
2. Chinese Migration to Africa: Historical Perspectives and New Developments - Li Anshan
3. Karimjee Jivanjee & Co. in Tanzania, 1860-2000: A Case for 'Diasporic Family Firms' - Gijsbert Oonk
4. The Lebanese Community of Ibadan: A Portrait of Successful Entrepreneurship - Azeez Olaniyan
5. Importing Goods to Khartoum: Traders between Sudan, China, and Dubai - Raphaelle Chevrillon-Guibert
6. The Senegalese in Argentina: Migratory Networks and Small-Scale Trade - Bernarda Zubrzycki

Part II: Biographies of Mobility and Aspirations of Success
7. Migration, Successes and Liminal Spaces: A Contemporary Perspective on Africans in India - Renu Modi
8. African Businesses in Malaysia: 'You Just Have to Be Smart' to Survive - Ute Roeschenthaler
9. Senegalese Women in International Trade: From Dakar to Asia - Mohamadou Sall
10. African Entrepreneurs in China: True Actors of Globalization - Laurence Marfaing and Alena Thiel

Part III: Knowledge Transfer and Cultural Interactions
11. Chinese Textile Production in East Africa: Cooperation through the Experience of Tanzanian Managers - Sarah Hanisch
12. Mandarin Education for Economic Empowerment: The Confucius Institute in Lagos, Nigeria - Philip Ademola Olayoku
13. Africans in China: Agents of Soft Power? - Adams Bodomo
14. Rumberos and Guerrilleros: Angelique Kidjo, Freddy Ilanga, and African-Cuban Relations - Hauke Dorsch
15. Culture on the Move: Cape Verde between Africa and Latin America - Livio Sansone

Om forfatteren

Ute Roeschenthaler is professor of anthropology at Johannes Gutenberg University, and a research fellow at Goethe University of Frankfurt. Her other books include Purchasing Culture: the Dissemination of Associations in the Cross River Region of Cameroon and Nigeria (2011) and Copyright Africa: How Intellectual Property, Media and Markets Transform Immaterial Cultural Goods (co-edited with Mamadou Diawara, 2016).

Alessandro Jedlowski is a FNRS post-doctoral research fellow in anthropology at the University of Liege, Belgium, and a former Marie Curie/Cofund fellow at the same university. He is the author of several essays in international journals and edited collections, and he is the co-editor (together with Ute Roeschenthaler) of a recent special issue of the Journal of African Cultural Studies on China-Africa media interactions.