The Covid-19 pandemic has laid bare the frailty of basic urban infrastructure for the majority on the African continent and elsewhere. The pandemic has shone a spotlight on infrastructures of mobility and its fixity. Shifting focus from the emphasis placed on the regulation of movement and enclosure, they are asking what it means, literally, culturally, and politically, to engage with the materiality of movement on the African continent. So They are inviting you to submit contributions that focus on the things that enable us to move (trains, roads, airplanes, ports, and many others).
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