Race, Religion, and Violence
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In this updated edition of his ground-breaking investigation, Jok Madut Jok delves deep into Sudan’s culture and history, isolating the factors that continue to cause its fractured national identity. With moving first-hand testimonies, Jok provides a decisive critique of a region in turmoil, and addresses what must be done to break the tragic cycle of racism, poverty and brutality that grips Sudan and South Sudan.
Praise For Sudan: Race, Religion, and Violence…
— Richard Lobban – Professor and Chair of Anthropology, Rhode Island College
‘A valuable and unique contribution to the literature on Sudan.’
— Peter Woodward – Professor of Politics, University of Reading, and author of Sudan 1898-1989: The Unstable State
‘A powerful and exhaustively documented account … It should be read by all those concerned with the future of Sudan.’
— John Ryle – Chairman of the Rift Valley Institute and Legrand Ramsey Professor of Anthropology, Bard College, NY
Oneworld Publications, 9781780742991, 384pp.
Publication Date: November 1, 2015