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How did these strategies of mobility develop in and beyond Angola?How have different types of movement and means of transport influenced each other in the given historical contexts, be it through complementarity, competition or contestation?Beatrix Heintze Achim von Oppen (eds) Angola on the Move Transport Routes, Communications and History Angola em Movimento Vias de Transporte, Comunicação e História Verlag Otto Lembeck Frankfurt am Main Agradecemos o apoio do Ministério da Cultura da República de Angola, e em especial do seu Ministro, Dr.Boaventura Cardoso Agradecemos o apoio da ESCOM Bibliografische Information der Deutschen Nationalbibliothek Die Deutsche Nationalbibliothek verzeichnet diese Publikation in der Deutschen Nationalbibliografie, detaillierte bibliografische Daten sind im Internet über abrufbar.However, the thematic debates and questions that emerged during that symposium provided a useful matrix for this book.Each of the following sections will be introduced through a particular set of issues, along with the individual chapters they contain.Still more generally, there are significant lacunae in research on transport and communication as such.
Despite the very different topics, periods and subregions they concentrate on, these chapters are the result of an intense process of communication among the authors themselves.
Insights gained from other contributions to the original symposium are also mentioned where appropriate.
The Modernization of Transport and its Contradictions The first of these foci addresses the history of actual movements and means of transport that shaped routes and communications in the region.
They also illustrate yet another aspect that privileges this region for a case study.
Research on the Angolan sphere in West Central Africa can rely on a geographically dispersed 8 Beatrix Heintze and Achim von Oppen but highly connected network of scholars of very diverse backgrounds, who share a strong commitment to the past as well as to the present of this particular region of Africa, to its languages and to its sources.