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Ana Lúcia Sá

I am a researcher on African Studies, with a particular interest on Cameroon intellectuals. Gender, social construction of the body and the building of Eurocentrism are among my interests and my writings. I used to live in Portugal, but, for now, I prefer the Països Catalans.

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Latest posts by Ana Lúcia Sá

Equatorial Guinea: Blogging Political Cartoons

The blog of Equatoguinean cartoonist Ramón Esono, Las Locuras de Jamón y Queso [es], denounces the country's political situation with cartoons. Each cartoon of the LOCOStv (MADtv) presents well known...

Equatorial Guinea: Blogger Juan Tomás Ávila is Back

Juan Tomás Ávila has written his first post on his blog Malabo [es] after an absence of two months. In the context of the meeting in Annobon Island to discuss...

Equatorial Guinea: A New Blog is Born

A new blog was born in Equatorial Guinea: The Colectivo de Jóvenes de Guinea Ecuatorial [es]. The Colectivo is  a youth organization born clandestinely that uses a digital platform to...

Spain: Real Democracy Now!

The Spanish online movement Democracia Real Ya [es] demands the human right to live with dignity and the end of political and economic corporatism. They have convened a national protest...

Equatorial Guinea: Online expression

On World Press Freedom Day, Reporters Without Borders shared a list of press freedom predators. The President of Equatorial Guinea, Teodoro Obiang Nguema, is on the list. In this country,...

Equatorial Guinea: Few, but Strong Virtual Voices

In Equatorial Guinea, where only 2% of the population has access to the Internet, and there are about 11,000 Facebook users and two known blogs. Juan Tomás Ávila Laurel and...

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