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Genocide is one of the most pressing issues that confronts us today. Its death toll is staggering: over one hundred million dead. Because of their intimate experience in the communities where genocide takes place, anthropologists are uniquely positioned to explain how and why this mass annihilation occurs and the types of devastation genocide causes. This ground breaking book, the first collection of original essays on genocide to be published in anthropology, explores a wide range of cases, including Nazi Germany, Cambodia, Guatemala, Rwanda, and Bosnia.

Table of Contents

  1. Cover
  2. pp. 1-1
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  1. Title Page, Copyright
  2. pp. i-iv
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  1. Contents
  2. pp. v-vi
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  1. List of Figures and Tables
  2. pp. vii-viii
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  1. Foreword
  2. pp. ix-xii
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  1. Acknowledgments
  2. pp. xiii-xiv
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  1. 1. The Dark Side of Modernity: Toward an Anthropology of Genocide
  2. pp. 1-40
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  1. Part One. Modernity’s Edges: Genocide and Indigenous Peoples
  2. pp. 41-42
  1. 2. Genocide against Indigenous Peoples
  2. pp. 43-53
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  1. 3. Confronting Genocide and Ethnocide of Indigenous Peoples: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Denition, Intervention,Prevention, and Advocacy
  2. pp. 54-92
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  1. Part Two. Essentializing Difference: Anthropologists in the Holocaust
  2. pp. 93-94
  1. 4. Justifying Genocide: Archaeology and the Construction of Difference
  2. pp. 95-116
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  1. 5. Scientific Racism in Service of the Reich: German Anthropologists in the Nazi Era
  2. pp. 117-134
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  1. Part Three. Annihilating Difference: Local Dimensions of Genocide
  2. pp. 135-136
  1. 6. The Cultural Face of Terror in the Rwandan Genocide of 1994
  2. pp. 137-178
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  1. 7. Dance, Music, and the Nature of Terror in Democratic Kampuchea
  2. pp. 179-193
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  1. 8. Averted Gaze: Genocide in Bosnia-Herzegovina, 1992–1995
  2. pp. 194-226
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  1. Part Four. Genocide’s Wake: Trauma, Memory, Coping, and Renewal
  2. pp. 227-228
  1. 9. Archives of Violence: The Holocaust and the German Politics of Memory
  2. pp. 229-271
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  1. 10. Aftermaths of Genocide: Cambodian Villagers
  2. pp. 272-291
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  1. 11. Terror, Grief, and Recovery: Genocidal Trauma in a Mayan Village in Guatemala
  2. pp. 292-309
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  1. 12. Recent Developments in the International Law of Genocide: An Anthropological Perspective on the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda
  2. pp. 310-322
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  1. Part Five. Critical Reflections: Anthropology and the Study of Genocide
  2. pp. 323-324
  1. 13. Inoculations of Evil in the U.S.-Mexican Border Region: Reflections on the Genocidal Potential of Symbolic Violence
  2. pp. 325-347
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  1. 14. Coming to our Senses: Anthropology and Genocide
  2. pp. 348-381
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  1. 15. Culture, Genocide, and a Public Anthropology
  2. pp. 382-396
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  1. List of Contributors
  2. pp. 397-400
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  1. Index
  2. pp. 401-405
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Additional Information

ISBN
9780520927575
Related ISBN
9780520230286
MARC Record
OCLC
50739224
Pages
419
Launched on MUSE
2014-01-01
Language
English
Open Access
No
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