The World Cup in Pictures

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Soweto, South Africa – Fans on a train in Soccer City.
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Korogwe, Tanzania – Watching the Game.
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Maputo, Mozambique – City Streets.
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Lusaka, Zambia – Street Dancer.
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Johannesburg, South Africa – Standton City Mall Marionettes
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Quissico, Mozambique – Footballers and Fans.

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Tavia Nyong'o

Tavia Nyong’o is a cultural critic and professor of African American studies, American studies, and theater studies at Yale University. He writes on art, music, politics, culture, and theory. His first book, The Amalgamation Waltz: Race, Performance, and the Ruses of Memory (2009), won the Errol Hill Award for best book in African American theatre and performance studies, and a new book, Afro-Fabulations: The Queer Drama of Black Life, is forthcoming from NYU Press in the fall of 2018. Nyong’o has published in venues such as Radical History Review, Criticism, GLQ, TDR, Women & Performance, WSQ, The Nation, Triple Canopy, The New Inquiry, and n+1. He is co-editor of the journal Social Text.