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Title:Religion and conflict in Sudan: papers from an international conference at Yale, May 1999
Editors:Hasan, Yusuf FadlISNI
Gray, RichardISNI
Year:2002
Issue:12
Pages:208
Language:English
Series:Faith in Sudan
City:Nairobi
Publisher:Paulines Publications Africa
ISBN:9966218319
Geographic term:Sudan
Subjects:1999
Christianity
Islam
African religions
civil wars
conference papers (form)
violence
jihad
Abstract:This collective volume on religion and conflict in Sudan contains papers presented at a conference convened at Yale University in May 1999. Contributions: R. Gray and Y.F. Hasan (Introduction); Y.F. Hasan (the role of religion in the North-South conflict with special reference to Islam); R.S. O'Fahey (some reflections on Sudanese history); M.I. Khalil (human rights and Islamization of the Sudan legal system); A.M. Tier (mixed civil, sharia and customary jurisdictions and laws in an ethnic conflict setting); A.S. Sidahmed (jihad and the conflict in Sudan); A. Anis (forms of resistance and women's solidarity in Islamist Sudan); H.A. Kadouf (religion and conflict in the Nuba mountains); R. Gray (some reflections on Christian involvement in the conflict in the period 1955-1972); S.S. Poggo (Kuku religious experiences in the Sudan and in exile in Uganda, 1900-1972); S.E. Hutchinson (the interplay between militarism, Christianity and indigenous prophecy as contemporary forces of religious change among the Nuer of southern Sudan); M.R. Nikkel (Christian conversion among the Jieng Bor of the East Nile, southern Sudan); P. Woodward (religion and politics in the southern Sudan: the Ugandan dimension); L.C. Harris (seeking peace in Sudan: impediments, forgiveness and dialogue); R. Gray (Epilogue). [ASC Leiden abstract]
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