Space and Place. In-Betweenness in Greater Khartoum : : Spaces, Temporalities, and Identities from Separation to Revolution / / ed. by Alice Franck, Idris El-Hassan, Barbara Casciarri.

Focusing on Greater Khartoum following South Sudanese independence in 2011, In-Betweenness in Greater Khartoum explores the impact on society of major political events in areas that are neither urban nor rural, public nor private. This volume uses these in-between spaces as a lens to analyze how the...

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Superior document:Title is part of eBook package: De Gruyter Berghahn Books Complete eBook-Package 2021
Place / Publishing House:New York; , Oxford : : Berghahn Books, , [2021]
Year of Publication:2021
Series:Space and Place ; 20
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Physical Description:1 online resource (368 p.)
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Table of Contents:
  • Frontmatter
  • Contents
  • Illustrations
  • Acknowledgements
  • Notes on Transliteration
  • Prologue. Identity
  • Introduction. Greater Khartoum through the Prism of In-Betweenness
  • Part I. In-Betweenness as a Spatial Dimension
  • Chapter 1. The Expansion of Greater Khartoum and the Incorporation of Agricultural and Pastoral Production Areas: Creating In-Betweenness, Disrupting Territories
  • Chapter 2. Governing In-Betweenness: Understanding Village Organization’s Institutional Set-Up in Rural Khartoum
  • Chapter 3. Young People’s Strategies and Educational Processes: A Case Study from Al-Fath Transitional Zone in Greater Khartoum
  • Chapter 4. The Emergence of New Political Actors in the City: Disruption of the Political Order, Political Reproduction and Space of Contestation
  • Part II. In-Betweenness as a Temporal Dimension
  • Chapter 5. Urban Violence in Khartoum in August 2005 as a Watershed Event
  • Chapter 6. Time to Sell the Land? The Second Urban Marginalization of Southerners in Greater Khartoum – The Case of Al Mussalass Neighbourhood
  • Chapter 7. Constructions of Sudanese Nationhood: Singularities and Moments from the Experiences of Southern/South Sudanese
  • Part III. In-Betweenness as a Belonging Dimension
  • Chapter 8. Translocal Citizenship of the Margins: Nuer Negotiations of Belonging in Khartoum
  • Chapter 9. ‘Community’ Citizenship as a Liminal Space for Southern Sudanese Communities in Khartoum
  • Chapter 10. Marriage Strategies and Kinship Representations: A Space for Sociocultural In-Betweenness within the ‘Political Economy’ of Identities
  • Chapter 11. Shifting Notions of Endogamy and Exogamy: Religion, Social Class and Race in Marriage Practices in the Upper-Middle Class Neighbourhood of Amarat
  • Epilogue. Negotiations of Multiple Identities and the Polemics of Living In-Betweenness: In Conversation with Stella Gaitano
  • Index