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Saviors and survivors: Darfur, politics, and the War on terror / ‡c . by
Call Number: DT159.6.D27 M36 2009
From the author of the highly praised "Good Muslim, Bad Muslim" comes the first analysis of the crisis in Darfur that considers the events of the last few years within the broad context of the history of Sudan. Mamdani also offers an examination of the efficacy of the world's response to the crisis.
Darfur: a 21st century genocide by
Call Number: DT159.6.D27 P7813 2008
Contents: Independent Darfur: land, people, history -- Darfur and Khartoum (1916-1985): an unhappy relationship -- From marginalization to revolt: manipulated "Arabism" and "racial" anarchy (1985-2003) -- Fear at the centre: form counter-insurgency to quasi-genocide (2003-2005) -- The world and the Darfur crisis -- Death on the installment plan.
Print Books in the Library
Personal experiences and histories of the conflicts in Sudan.
Darfur diaries: stories of survival by
Call Number: DT159.6.D27 M37 2006
Preface by Paul Rusesabagina ; foreword by Francis Mading Deng.
"In November 2004 three independent filmmakers traveled to eastern Chad and crept across the border into Darfur. Improvising as they went, they spoke with dozens of Darfurians, learning about their history, hopes, fears, and the resilience and tragedy of their everyday lives"--Cover, P. .
God grew tired of us by
Call Number: HV640.5.S9 D38 2007
Biography of a refugee from Sudan's civil wars.
The translator: a tribesman's memoir of Darfur by
Call Number: DT159.6.D27 H38 2008
When the most recent Darfur conflict erupted in 2003, Hari escaped to refugee camps in Chad, where he became a translator for major news organizations and aid groups, including the The New York Times, Chicago Tribune, NBC, BBC, and the United Nations. ...Included in the appendices are a primer on the history of the Darfur region and current situation, and the text of the UN's Universal Declaration of Human Rights. No subject index. Annotation ©2008 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Darfur's sorrow: a history of destruction and genocide by
Call Number: DT159.6.D27 D35 2007
Daly (A History of the Sudan), arguably the world's most knowledgeable authority on Darfur, enlists history, politics, economics and geography to disentangle the reasons why up to 400,000 people have been killed and millions more displaced in the continuing genocide. [Copyright PWxyz, LLC]
Darfur: the long road to disaster by
Call Number: DT546.48 .B87 2006
"This book analyzes the emergence of conflict in Darfur through the prism of regional politics, in particular the complex relations between Chad, Libya, and Sudan." [Reviewed by By Nicolas van de Walle, Foreign Affairs]
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