Chapter 1 (re)presents the city of Bamako, emphasizing representations of urban culture that portray, inscribe, and resound the moral and ethical production of space. Drawing on Mande social thought and a Lefebvrian account of social space, this chapter explores how Bamako residents experience and express the civility and wildness of everyday urbanity.
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