Abstract. Rationale: Urbanization is rapidly taking place in Africa: fifty percent of the continent‘s population is expected to be living in urban areas by 2030 (Kok and Collinson in Vearey 2010b).
Abstract: In the context of multi-level mobilities, the notion of ‘home’ as a fixed frame for identity is challenged; there seems to be many homes, no homes and new homes that are constantly being created.
Abstract: Using barbershop signs in Abidjan, Coˆte d’Ivoire, this paper explores images of idealized masculinities that reflect pervasive themes in the lives of marginal Abidjanais men.
In Dust We Trust: A Narrative Journey into the Communal Heart of Public Art at the Burning Man Festival
Abstract: The Burning Man Festival, a free-spirited yet highly sophisticated social experiment celebrating “radical self expression and radical self reliance” is well-known for its large-scale and high interactive public art installations.