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Eaters of the dry season
An examination of the changing geography of seasonal mobility in the African Sahel. Against a contextual backdrop of demographic, ecological, and political-economic changes in the region, the text dispels the idea that human mobility is a byproduct of Western technological advances.
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The dry Season Outside was a large clearing, surely a place of ceremony. I tried to picture the scene that must have been here once; a large fire burning into the night as figures of dancers moved around the flames, the ring of clapsticks and the drone of the didge echoing as their shadows played upon the walls of the canyon, the. Eaters of the Dry Season: Circular Labor Migration in the West African Sahel. Boulder: Westview Press. pp. This informative study is based on Rain's field research as a geographer in Niger during and Two themes dominate the book. On the one hand, he argues that "circular labor migration," where people radiate out seasonally but.
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Auto Suggestions are available once you type at least 3 letters. Use up arrow (for mozilla firefox browser alt+up arrow) and down arrow (for mozilla firefox browser alt+down arrow) to review and enter to : $ "Eaters of the Dry Season" (masu cin rani in Hausa) corrects the stereotype of Sahel migrants as hapless, helpless victims of drought and poverty.
Most are poor, of course, but this work on rural-urban mobility in Niger documents a centuries-old way of maximizing /5(2). Eaters Of The Dry Season: Circular Labor Migration In The West African Sahel. [David Rain] -- "The first book-length treatment of the subject, Eaters of the Dry Season explores the changing geography of seasonal mobility in the critical region of the African Sahel.
The first book-length treatment of the subject, Eaters of the Dry Season explores the changing geography of seasonal mobility in the critical region of the African Sahel. Author David Rain focuses on the strategies and the stories of migrants in Maradi, a border town in southern Niger, against a contextual backdrop of demographic, ecological, and political-economic changes in the region.
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