Terror and violence : imagination and the unimaginable/ edited by Andrew Strathern, Pamela J. Stewart and Neil L. Whitehead.
Contributor(s): Strathern, Andrew | Stewart, Pamela J | Whitehead, Neil LLanguage: English Publisher: London : Ann Arbour: Pluto Press, 2006.Description: viii, 250 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.ISBN: 0745323987 (pbk); 9780745323985 (pbk)
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Includes bibliographic references and index.
'Terror against terror': 9/11 or 'Kano war' in the Nigerian electronic press? / Misty L. Bastian; Unspeakable crimes: Athenian Greek perceptions of local and international terrorism / Elisabeth Kirtsoglou; The Indian state, its Sikh citizens, and terror / Joyce Pettigrew; Between victims and assailants, victims and friends: sociality and the imagination in Indo-Fijian narratives of rural violence during the May 2000 Fiji coup / Susanna Trnka; Narratives of violence and perils of peace-making in north-south cross-border contexts, Ireland / Andrew Strathern and Pamela J. Stewart; The sign of Kainaimà, the space of Guayana, and the demonology of development / Neil L. Whitehead; Imaginary violence and the terrible mother: the imagery of Balinese witchcraft / Michele Stephen; Afterword: the taste of death / Neil L. Whitehead