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Title:Emerging perspectives on genocide and violence in Africa
Editors:Vambe, Maurice T.ISNI
Zegeye, AbebeISNI
Year:2012
Periodical:African Identities (ISSN 1472-5851)
Volume:10
Issue:3
Pages:207-365
Language:English
Geographic terms:Africa
Algeria
Ethiopia
Liberia
Namibia
Nigeria
South Africa
Zimbabwe
Subjects:genocide
political violence
civil wars
xenophobia
Abstract:Contents: Editorial: Emerging perspectives on genocide and violence in Africa (Maurice T. Vambe and Abebe Zegeye); The Kaiser's holocaust: the coloniality of German's forgotten genocide of the Nama and the Herero of Namibia (Khatija Bibi Khan); French genocide in Algeria: the role of memory in artistic representation of colonial violence in the novel 'The Seine was red' (1999) (Maurice T. Vambe); Scattered limbs, scattered stories: the silence of Biafra (Bibi Bakare-Yusuf); Mengistu's 'red terror' (Melakou Tegegn); The revolutionary endgame of political power: the genealogy of 'red terror' in Ethiopia (Pietro Toggia); Zimbabwe genocide: voices and perceptions from ordinary people in Matabeleland and the Midlands provinces, 30 years on (Maurice T. Vambe); Accountability and justice in post-conflict Liberia (Ezekiel Pajibo); Representations of Matabeleland and Midlands disturbances through the documentary film 'Gukurahundi: a moment of madness' (2007) (Urther Rwafa); Rehearsals of genocide in South Africa: thinking with and beyond Francis Nyamnjoh and Michael Neocosmos (Abebe Zegeye); The methodological crisis of theorising genocide in Africa: thinking with Agamben and Butler (Katrina Jaworski). [ASC Leiden abstract]
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