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ContentsPreface VIIList of Contributors IXIntroduction – Situating Mozambican Histories, Epistemologies, and Potentialities 1Maria Paula Meneses, Sheila Pereira Khan and Bjørn Enge Bertelsen‘No passado o futuro era melhor?’: Mozambique’s Democracy in Question 39Anna Maria GentiliMirrors and Contrasts: Zimbabwe and Zimbabweans in Manica, Mozambique 57Randi KaarhusFrom Celebrating Female Emancipation to Emplacing Emperor Ngungunyane: Remoulding the Past in Mozambican National Narratology 76Bjørn Enge BertelsenUrban Transformation, Family Strategies and Home Space Creation in the City of Maputo 96Ana Bénard da CostaA Possible Triangle: Employment, Aid, and Mineral Wealth 116Lia Quartapelle(Re)configurations of Identity: Memory and Creation in the Narrative of Mia Couto 135Ana Margarida FonsecaDialogues with the Past – and with the Future: Ualalapi and Jesusalém 153Anne SletsjøeRacial, Cultural and Emotional Crossing Paths: Mia Couto’s Hopeful Pessimism in Terra Sonâmbula and O Outro Pé da Sereia 169Leonor Simas-Almeida and Sandra SousaMozambican Capulanas: Tracing Histories and Memories 186Signe Arnfred and Maria Paula MenesesHealing the Pain of War through Art: Mozambique’s Grassroots Approach to Post-conflict Resolution – Transformação de Armas em Enxadas 211Amy Schwartzott‘Taking Ownership’: The Brazilian Pentecostal Project to Change Mozambique 235Linda van de KampSinging Struggles, Affirming Politics: Mozambique’s Revolutionary Songs as Other Ways of Being (in) History 254Maria Paula MenesesScientific Research and Epistemological Violence 279José Luis CabaçoIndex 289

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