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Introduction: Cryptopolitics and Digital Media in Africa
Katrien Pype, Victoria Bernal, and Daivi Rodima-Taylor

Chapter 1. Four Ways of Not Saying Something in Digital Kinshasa: Or, On the Substance of Shadow Conversations
Katrien Pype

Chapter 2. The Power to Conceal in an Age of Social Media
Simon Turner

Chapter 3. KOT, Digital Practices and the Performance of Politics in Kenya
George Ogola

Chapter 4. The “Muslim Mali” Game: Revisiting the religious-security-post-colonial nexus in Malian popular culture
Marie Deridder and Olivier Servais

Chapter 5. Algorithmic Power in a Contested Digital Public: Crypto-politics and Identity in the Somali Conflict
Peter Chonka

Chapter 6. The Cryptopolitics of Digital Mutuality
Daivi Rodima-Taylor

Chapter 7. “This Dictatorship is a Joke: Eritrean Politics as Tragicomedy”
Victoria Bernal

Chapter 8. Digital Security in an African “Sanctuary City”
Lisa Poggiali

Conclusion: Studying Cryptopolitics
Daivi Rodima-Taylor, Katrien Pype, and Victoria Bernal



Exposure, Concealment, and Digital Media

Edited by Victoria Bernal, Katrien Pype, and Daivi Rodima-Taylor

253 pages, 3 figs., 1 table, bibliog., index

ISBN  978-1-80539-029-9 Hb Published (July 2023)

This title is published as Open Access

Full Text PDF | Full Text ePUB Made available under a CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 license with support from the FWO (Fund for Scientific Research in Flanders license.