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Andrea Mariko Grant

Andrea Mariko Grant is a lecturer in social anthropology at the University of Cambridge. Her work explores popular culture and religious change in Rwanda, as well as memory and the creation of postgenocide archives. Her work has appeared in Africa: The Journal of the International African Institute, Journal of Religion in Africa, and Journal of Eastern African Studies, among others.

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Cover of 'Anxiety in and about Africa'

Anxiety in and about Africa
Multidisciplinary Perspectives and Approaches
Edited by Andrea Mariko Grant and Yolana Pringle

This addition to the Cambridge Centre of African Studies Series presents multidisciplinary essays that demonstrate how individual and collective anxieties can unsettle dominant historical narratives, shape contemporary discourse, and appear across material culture.

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