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Title:White Nile, Black Blood: War, Leadership, and Ethnicity from Khartoum to Kampala
Editors:Spaulding, JayISNI
Beswick, StephanieISNI
Chapter(s):Present
Year:2000
Pages:336
Language:English
City of publisher:Lawrenceville, NJ
Publisher:Red Sea Press
ISBN:1569020981; 156902099X
Geographic term:Sudan
Subjects:ethnicity
civil wars
Abstract:Economics, a theme responsible for centuries of war in southern Sudan, has given rise to violence and death on a large scale. In response, the peoples of Sudan have redefined their identities. Thus, the papers of this collective volume are presented under the headings of Economy (Part I), Violence (Part II) and Identity (Part III). Contributions: (I) E. Stiansen on Franz Binder in Sudan, 1852-1863; A.A. Sikainga on southern Sudanese slave soldiers in northern Sudan, 1884-1954; D.D. Majak on environmental destruction and ethnic cleansing in the White Nile Basin; J. Prendergast on food relief in Sudan; G.R. Warburg on Egyptian-Sudanese relations, 1956-1995; (II) S. Beswick on female leadership in southern Sudan (1700-1994); H. Marcus on the Anglo-Ethiopian campaign against the Italians, 1941-1942; F. Deng on the relations between the Ngok Dinka on Sudan's North-South border and their northern Baggara Arab neighbours; W. Duany and J. Duany on the genesis of the crisis in Sudan; R. Winter on the eradication of Nuba culture; T. Ofcansky on the troubled relationship between Sudan and Uganda; (III) K. Hødnebø on the ecological linguistics of the Acholi; E.J. Kleppe on the Funj problem in archaeological perspective; S.S. Poggo on Zande resistance to foreign penetration in southern Sudan, 1860-1890; H. Sharkey-Balasubramanian on the Egyptian colonial presence in the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan, 1898-1932; G. Vantini on the first 20th-century missionary post among the Shilluk of southern Sudan.

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