« Mambo ! » are IFRA-Nairobi’s working papers. They result from research in social sciences and the humanities in East Africa (Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Burundi and Rwanda, eastern-DRC)

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Ngara : An Endangered ‘Peace Bubble’ in the Heart of ‘Nairobbery’ ?

21/05 | Vincent SIMA OLE. Mambo! vol. XVII (2), 2020. In Ngara, a busy area of Nairobi, the urban landscape is being dramatically transformed (...)

Living by the Rhythm of Pan African Paper Mills

28/02 | Dennis Ochieng OTIENO, Mambo! vol. XVII (1), 2020. This article is about the rise and fall of Pan African Paper Mills, the paper (...)

Pastoralists’ Struggles for Land Rights, Tanzania

6/11 | Aline C. RABELO. Mambo! vol. XVI (12), 2019. After several years in the Tanzanian courts, without any favourable resolutions, four (...)

Commemorating Nyerere, Celebrating Magufuli in Tanzania

4/11 | Marie-Aude FOUÉRÉ, Mambo! Vol. XVI (11), 2019. In Tanzania, since 1999, every 14th of October—Nyerere Day’s statutory holiday—celebrates (...)

Commémorer Nyerere, célébrer Magufuli en Tanzanie

30/10 | Marie-Aude FOUÉRÉ. Mambo! Vol. XVI (11), 2019. En Tanzanie, depuis 1999, chaque 14 octobre (jour férié de Nyerere Day) est l’occasion de (...)

School Micropolitics on the Coast of Tanganyika, 1930s

2/09 | Florence WENZEK. Mambo! Vol. XVI (10), 2019. This paper focuses on micropolitics involved in the opening of a government girls’ school (...)

Archaeology of a Rural Landscape (Tana Delta, Kenya)

30/07 | Yanis MOKRI. Mambo! Vol. XVI (9), 2019. Since the 1940s, the history of coastal Kenya relies essentially on monumental trading centres (...)

Les roses kényanes dans un marché global

30/07 | Léa BENOIT. Mambo! XVI (8), 2019. Produit «futile» par excellence, quasi comestible, périssable, la rose est pourtant la fleur coupée la (...)

Kenyan Roses in a Global Market

30/07 | Léa BENOIT. Mambo! XVI (8), 2019. Although it is a “futile” product by excellence, almost edible and perishable, rose is the most (...)

A Postmodern Reading of Bodaboda Riders’ Verbal Performance in Kenya

10/07 | Mary Achieng’ OBUDHO. Mambo! XVI (7), 2019. This paper focuses on mbaka, in Luo language, among motorbike riders in a West Kenyan (...)

Domination and Protest in a Cash Transfers Programme in Uganda

21/06 | Ronan JACQUIN, “Between neoliberal bureaucratization and paternalism: Domination and protest at stake in a cash transfers programme in (...)

The Ugandan Refugee Model Under Pressure

21/06 | Kelsey HOFF, “The Ugandan Refugee Model Under Pressure: Protection and Justice in Refugee Settlements.” Mambo! XVI (6), 2019. (...)

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