Monthly Archives: December 2014

Naming the Strange: Africa and its many urbanisms

In the last of our Africa and Its Many Urbanisms series, Annerié Fritz, looking for beauty, refuses to see the town’s aesthetic in terms of its history.

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Ebola and the boundary of the still living corpse

How might we begin to understand the morbid hysteria around Ebola? Annel Pieterse explores the function of the disease in the public imaginary.

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Men’s Rights Activism

In this week’s Nihil Moralia, Louis Roux plumbs the murky shallows of the Men’s Rights Activism community.

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