At the time they continued to live apart.
From Socialist to Street-Smart: She does this in such a way that the reader is engrossed by novelty and guided by a sense of theoretical clarity.
This is the focal point of Emily Callaci's Street Archives and City Life, and by exploring this she gives us a distinctive account of the relation between African postcolonial socialist politics, the city of Dar, and the aspirations of the thousands of Tanzanians who flocked to the city.
Callaci's book is without a doubt going to be a classic in studies of the African city.
By locating a plethora of Swahili-language sources—ranging from advice booklets and magazines to dance songs and pulp fiction—in the material infrastructures and moral imaginations from which they emerged, Emily Callaci produces a deeply humanizing account of creativity and precarity in s Dar es Salaam.
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