INTRODUCTION: Perspectives of the Zimbabwean crises
Acronyms and abbreviations
RESOURCE POLITICS AND LIVELIHOODS
Chapter 1: Perpetuating colonial legacies: The post–colonial state, water crises and the outbreak of disease in Harare, Zimbabwe, 1980–2009
Chapter 2: Remittances and household livelihood strategies in Glen Norah, Harare
Chapter 3: Negotiating the crisis: Mobile phones and the informal economy in Zimbabwe
MIGRATION AND DISEMBEDMENT
Chapter 4: Zimbabwe's global citizens in 'Harare north': Livelihood strategies of Zimbabweans in the United Kingdom
Chapter 5: Escaping home: The case of ethnicity and formal education in the migration of Zimbabweans during the Zimbabwean 'crisis'
Chapter 6: Negotiating the Zimbabwe–Mozambique border: The pursuit of survival by Mutare’s poor, 2000–2008
Chapter 7: Linguistic negotiation of the Zimbabwean crises
Chapter 8: 'A Zimbabwean joke is no laughing matter'
Chapter 9: Mediating crisis: Realigning meida policy and deployment of propaganda in Zimbabwe, 2000-2008
Chapter 10: Subterranean faultlines: Representations of Robert Mugabe in South African press cartoons.
Chapter 11: The 'sellout logic' in the formation of Zimbabwean nationalist politics, 1961-1964
Chapter 12: Zimbabwe's democracy of diminished expectations