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The Resource Origins of Rwandan genocide, Josias Semujanga

Origins of Rwandan genocide, Josias Semujanga

Label
Origins of Rwandan genocide
Title
Origins of Rwandan genocide
Statement of responsibility
Josias Semujanga
Creator
Subject
Language
  • eng
  • fre
  • eng
Member of
Action
Committed to retain
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1956-
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Semujanga, Josias
Index
index present
LC call number
DT450.435
LC item number
.S3613 2003
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Genocide
  • Rwanda
  • Hutu (African people)
  • Tutsi (African people)
Label
Origins of Rwandan genocide, Josias Semujanga
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Translation of: Récits fondateurs du drame rwandais
  • "Includes some additional material, some of it adding information on events since the publication in 1998 of the original French version and some of it offering explanations to the English-speaking reader"--Pref. to the English ed
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 253-258) and index
Contents
ǂt Foreword / ǂr Tom Rockmore -- ǂt Defining Genocide and Social Discourse -- ǂt Genocide and Social Conflict -- ǂt Discourse Analysis and Genocide -- ǂt Religious Discourse and the Making of Dualistic Identity -- ǂt From Word to Culture -- ǂt From Bishop Classe to Bishop Perraudin: The Same Mission -- ǂt From the Rwandan Ancestor to the White Father -- ǂt Other Times, Other Meanings -- ǂt The Sons of Gihanga in Colonial Discourse -- ǂt The Tutsi-Hamite, or the Myth of Ham Upside Down -- ǂt The Hutu-Bantu, or the Myth of Ham Right Side Up -- ǂt Propagandist Discourse, or the Art of Manipulating Myths -- ǂt The Power of Myths, the Myths of Power -- ǂt The Mortehan Law, or the Enthronement of the Tutsi -- ǂt The About-Face of Alliances, or the Election of the Hutu -- ǂt The Ideology of Resentment and Political Propaganda -- ǂt From One Genocide to Another -- ǂt From Marginalization to Genocide -- ǂt Hutu Revolution and Tutsi Pogroms (1957-1961) -- ǂt Independence and the Hunt for Tutsi (1963-1964) -- ǂt From Progrom to "Intellectual Genocide" (1973) -- ǂt Toward the "Final Solution" (1990-1994) -- ǂt And the Humanitarian Watched a Genocide -- ǂt Humanitarianism: An Ambivalent Discourse -- ǂt The New Missionary -- ǂt The Holy Collusion: Operation Turquoise -- ǂt Humanitarian Discourse: A Polemical Reception -- ǂt Humanitarianism and Genocide Denial
Control code
51810787
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
265 p.
Isbn
9781591020530
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2003004405
Label
Origins of Rwandan genocide, Josias Semujanga
Publication
Note
  • Translation of: Récits fondateurs du drame rwandais
  • "Includes some additional material, some of it adding information on events since the publication in 1998 of the original French version and some of it offering explanations to the English-speaking reader"--Pref. to the English ed
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 253-258) and index
Contents
ǂt Foreword / ǂr Tom Rockmore -- ǂt Defining Genocide and Social Discourse -- ǂt Genocide and Social Conflict -- ǂt Discourse Analysis and Genocide -- ǂt Religious Discourse and the Making of Dualistic Identity -- ǂt From Word to Culture -- ǂt From Bishop Classe to Bishop Perraudin: The Same Mission -- ǂt From the Rwandan Ancestor to the White Father -- ǂt Other Times, Other Meanings -- ǂt The Sons of Gihanga in Colonial Discourse -- ǂt The Tutsi-Hamite, or the Myth of Ham Upside Down -- ǂt The Hutu-Bantu, or the Myth of Ham Right Side Up -- ǂt Propagandist Discourse, or the Art of Manipulating Myths -- ǂt The Power of Myths, the Myths of Power -- ǂt The Mortehan Law, or the Enthronement of the Tutsi -- ǂt The About-Face of Alliances, or the Election of the Hutu -- ǂt The Ideology of Resentment and Political Propaganda -- ǂt From One Genocide to Another -- ǂt From Marginalization to Genocide -- ǂt Hutu Revolution and Tutsi Pogroms (1957-1961) -- ǂt Independence and the Hunt for Tutsi (1963-1964) -- ǂt From Progrom to "Intellectual Genocide" (1973) -- ǂt Toward the "Final Solution" (1990-1994) -- ǂt And the Humanitarian Watched a Genocide -- ǂt Humanitarianism: An Ambivalent Discourse -- ǂt The New Missionary -- ǂt The Holy Collusion: Operation Turquoise -- ǂt Humanitarian Discourse: A Polemical Reception -- ǂt Humanitarianism and Genocide Denial
Control code
51810787
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
265 p.
Isbn
9781591020530
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2003004405

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