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|Title:||Hope, despair, and the future of Mali|
|Editors:||Moseley, William G.|
Hoffman, Barbara G.
|Periodical:||African Studies Review (ISSN 1555-2462)|
|Abstract:||The contributions to this ASR Forum analyse the political situation in Mali after the 2012 coup, addressing issues such as State failure, democracy-building, livelihoods under insecure circumstances, local peacebuilding inititatives, and the effects of foreign intervention. Contributions result from a roundtable entitled 'The future of Mali', which took place at the 2013 annual meeting of the African Studies Association, in Baltimore. Contributions: Introduction: hope, despair, and the future of Mali (William G. Moseley and Barbara G. Hoffman); Political participation and mobilization after Mali's 2012 coup (Bruce Whitehouse); The minimalist State and donor landscapes: livelihood security in Mali during and after the 2012-2013 coup and rebellion (William G. Moseley); A Southern view on the Tuareg rebellions in Mali (Kassim Kone); Global media and local verbal art representations of Northern Malian Tuareg (Susan J. Rasmussen); The roles of the griot in the future of Mali: a twenty-first-century institutionalization of a thirteenth-century traditional institution (Barbara G. Hoffman). Bibliogr., sum. [ASC Leiden abstract]|