This paper considers the possibilities and limits of anticolonial resistance alongside the transmedial artworks of Tuareg poet and artist Mahmoudan Hawad, setting what he calls his “furigraphies” in a radioactive historical and geographical context that presently extends from Taourirt Tan Afela (Algeria) to Arlit (Niger) because of indelible—and currently unfolding—French nuclear imperialism that includes both nuclear bomb and uranium extraction infrastructures.

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