- Title Pages
- Introduction: Affective Circuits and Social Regeneration in African Migration
- One Translations in Kinscripts: Child Circulation among Ghanaians Abroad
- Two Forging Belonging through Children in the Berlin-Cameroonian Diaspora
- Three Photography and Technologies of Care: Migrants in Britain and Their Children in the Gambia
- Four Transnational Health-Care Circuits: Managing Therapy among Immigrants in France and Kinship Networks in West Africa
- Five “Assistance but Not Support”: Pentecostalism and the Reconfiguring of Relatedness between Kenya and the United Kingdom
- Six The Paradox of Parallel Lives: Immigration Policy and Transnational Polygyny between Senegal and France
- Seven Men Come and Go, Mothers Stay: Personhood and Resisting Marriage among Mozambican Women Migrating to Europe
- Eight Giving Life: Regulating Affective Circuits among Malagasy Marriage Migrants in France
- Nine Life’s Trampoline: On Nullification and Cocaine Migration in Bissau
- Ten From Little Brother to Big Somebody: Coming of Age at the Gare du Nord
- Eleven Circuitously Parisian: <i>Sapeur</i> Parakinship and the Affective Circuitry of Congolese Style
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