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Authors: Jane Kani Edward and Amir Idris

Title: The Consequences of Sudan's Civil Wars for the Civilian Population

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In: Daily Lives of Civilians in Wartime Africa: From Slavery Days to Rwandan Genocide

Edited by: John Laband

Place: Westport, CT, and London

Publisher: Greenwood Press

Year: 2007

Pages: 227-252

Series: The Greenwood Press Daily life through history series: daily lives of civilians during wartime

ISBN-10: 0313335400 – Find a Library: Wikipedia, WorldCat

Language: English

Keywords: Modern History: 20th Century, 21st Century | African History: Sudanese History | Types: Wartime Rape / Second Sudanese Civil War, War in Darfur



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Authors:

Jane Kani Edward, Department of African and African American Studies, Fordham University

Amir Idris, Department of African and African American Studies, Fordham University

Abstract: »The Sudan has suffered decades of ethnic and religious strife between the government and the people of the southern and western periphery, and in Chapter 8 Jane Kani Edward and Amir Idris analyze what this has meant, and still means, for the myriad civilian victims.« (John Laband. »Introduction: African Civilians in Wartime.« Daily Lives of Civilians in Wartime Africa: From Slavery Days to Rwandan Genocide. Edited by John Laband. Westport 2007: 13)

Contents:

  Perspectives on Sudan's North-South Conflict (p. 229)
  Rethinking the Underlying Causes of the Conflict (p. 231)
    Darfur: Upsetting Prevailing Perceptions of Civil Strife in the Sudan (p. 231)
    The Economic Exploitation of the Southern Sudan (p. 233)
    Centralized Government (p. 234)
    Cultural and Political Identities (p. 234)
    A Crisis on National Identity (p. 234)
  Exclusive National Identity and Conflict (p. 235)
  National Identity and the Status of Women (p. 238)
  The Consequences of Civil Wars for Civilians (p. 240)
  Women, Civil War, and Gender Violence (p. 243)
  Conclusion (p. 246)
  Abbreviations (p. 246)
  Timeline (p. 247)
  Glossary (p. 247)
    Names (p. 247)
    Terms (p. 248)
  Notes (p. 248)
  Select Bibliography (p. 251)

Reviews: Kaarsholm, Preben. African Studies Review 50(2) (September 2007): 248-249. – Full Text: Cambridge University Press (Restricted Access), Project MUSE (Restricted Access)

Wikipedia: History of Africa: History of Sudan / History of Sudan (1969–85), History of Sudan (1986–present) | Types of rape: Wartime sexual violence | War: Second Sudanese Civil War, War in Darfur / Rape during the Darfur genocide