|aAnnihilating difference :|bthe anthropology of genocide /|cedited by Alexander Laban Hinton ; with a foreword by Kenneth Roth.
|aBerkeley :|bUniversity of California Press,|cc2002.
|axiv, 405 p. :|bill. ;|c24 cm.
|aCalifornia series in public anthropology ;|v3
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|aThe dark side of modernity: toward an anthropology of genocide / Alexander Laban Hinton -- PART ONE: MODERNITY'S EDGES: GENOCIDE AND INDIGENOUS PEOPLES: Genocide against indigenous peoples / David Maybury-Louis -- Confronting genocide and ethnocide of indigenous peoples: an interdisciplinary approach to definition, intervention, prevention, and advocacy / Samuel Totten, Williams S. Parsons, and Robert K. Hitchcock -- PART TWO: ESSENTIALIZING DIFFERENCE: ANTHROPOLOGISTS IN THE HOLOCAUST: Justifying genocide: archaeology and the construction of diffrence / Bettina Arnold -- Scientific racism in service of the Reich: German anthropologists in the Nazi Era / Gretchen E. Schafft -- PART THREE: ANNIHILATING DIFFERENCE: LOCAL DIMENSIONS OF GENOCIDE: The cultural face of terror in the Rwandan genocide of 1994 / Christopher C. Taylor -- Dance, music, and the nature of terror in democratic Kampuchea / Toni Shapiro-Phim -- Averted gaze: genocide in Bosnia-Herzegovina, 1992-1995 / Tone Bringa -- PART FOUR: GENOCIDE'S WAKE: TRAUMA, MEMORY, COPING, AND RENEWAL: Archives of violence: the Holocaust and the German politics of memory / Uli Linke -- Aftermaths of genocide: Cambodian villagers / May Ebihara and Judy Ledgerwood -- Terror, grief, and recovery: genocidal trauma in a Mayan village in Guatemala / Beatriz Manz -- Recent developments in the international law of genocide: an anthropological perspective on the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda / Paul J. Magnarella -- PART FIVE: CRITICAL REFLECTIONS: ANTHROPOLOGY AND THE STUDY OF GENOCIDE: Inoculation of evil in the U.S.-Mexican Border Region: reflections on the genocidal potential of symbolic violence / Carole Nagengast -- Coming to our senses: anthropology and genocide / Nancy Scheper-Hughes -- Culture, genocide, and a public anthropology / John R. Bowen.