6 edition of War and reconciliation found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -217) and index.
|Statement||William J. Long and Peter Brecke.|
|LC Classifications||JZ5597 .L66 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 235 p. :|
|Number of Pages||235|
|ISBN 10||0262122545, 0262621681|
|LC Control Number||2002071834|
By the end of the Civil War, fatalities from that conflict had far exceeded previous American experience, devastating families and communities alike. As John Neff shows, commemorating the , lives lost proved to be a persistent obstacle to the hard work of reuniting the nation, as every memorial observation compelled painful recollections of the war. American Literature Unit 3: War and Reconciliation STUDY. Flashcards. Learn. Write. Spell. Test. PLAY. Match. Gravity. Created by. Twazzi. Unit 3 of Switched on Schoolhouse's American Literature () Choose the book written by an American woman that had great influence on the abolitionist movement and helped to ignite the Civil.
Remembering the Civil War: Reunion and the Limits of Reconciliation Caroline E. Janney, University of North Carolina Press On the 50th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg in , former Confederate soldier and then-Virginia Governor William H. Mann declared, . A new book, Reparation and Reconciliation: The Rise and Fall of Integrated Higher Education (University of North Carolina Press), tells the story of this push in higher education. The author is Christi M. Smith, a visiting assistant professor of sociology at Oberlin College. She responded via email to questions about her book.
"An invaluable contribution to our understanding of conflict and reconciliation."—Negotiation Journal"As nations struggling to heal wounds of civil war and atrocity turn toward the model of reconciliation, Reconciliation in Divided Societies takes a systematic look at the political dimensions of this international phenomenon The book. Martina Fischer & Olivera Simic (Eds.): Transitional Justice and Reconciliation. Lessons from the Balkans. London: Routledge. Book > Beatrix Austin & Martina Fischer (Eds.): Transforming War-Related Identities. Individual and Social Approaches to Healing and Dealing with the Past. Handbook Dialogue Series No. 11 - complete.
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War and peace are older than humanity. the principle is the same whether two apes kiss after a fight, one colleague apologizes to another, or two nations sign a peace treaty.
In order to move on, we have to put hard feelings behind us. This book clarifies in delightful detail the role of forgiveness in the international by: This is a systematic examination of the impact of reconciliation on restoring and maintaining peace following civil and international conflicts.
Through 11 case studies of civil war and 20 of international conflict, it constructs an explanation for why and when reconciliation restores social order.3/5(4). This book is the first systematic examination of the impact of reconciliation on restoring and maintaining peace following civil and international conflicts.
Through eleven comparative case studies of civil war and eight of international conflict, it constructs a surprising explanation for when and why reconciliation restores social civil war cases reveal that successful.
Ingrid Dixon's book provides vivid historical context for her parents' war-time love story, illustrated by numerous primary sources. Beautifully written with a wealth of descriptive detail, she does not shirk from raising War and reconciliation book questions as she unfolds the vicissitudes behind the choice and the adjustments which will lead to reconciliation/5(61).
The Red Sea is one of the world's most important trade routes, a theater of power struggle among local, regional and global powers. Military and political developments continue to impact on the geostrategic landscape of the region in the context of its trade thoroughfare for Europe, China, Japan and India; freedom of navigation is a strategic interest for Egypt, and essential for Israel's Author: Shaul Shay.
Reconciliation after Civil Wars book. Global Perspectives. Reconciliation after Civil Wars. DOI link for Reconciliation after Civil Wars. Post-civil war reconciliation in our time. chapter 2 | 20 pages Reconciliation challenges in post-genocide Rwanda.
By Joseph Sebarenzi. View abstract. War as fratricide is the most terrible of wars. The aftermath of the Civil War had the states that had seceded from the Union practically governed as conquered territory.
Reconciliation was what was necessary, and it was a kind of cultural experiment. The South had lost, but was allowed to venerate its dead and its leaders. After Civil War: Division, Reconstruction, and Reconciliation in Europe seeks to offer an original and comprehensive analysis by examining how post-war reconstruction has been conducted in contemporary European history, with a specific focus on the issue of national identities and how they come into play during and, most importantly, after a civil war, writes Claire Constant.
Title: The Red Sea Region between War and Reconciliation About the Book: The Red Sea is one of the world’s most important trade routes, a. In Remembering the Civil War, Caroline E. Janney examines how the war generation--men and women, black and white, Unionists and Confederates--crafted and protected their memories of the nation's greatest conflict.
Janney maintains that the participants never fully embraced the reconciliation so famously represented in handshakes across stone by: Reconciliation with War offers hope and inspiration to others who are embarking on this journey. All books, all the time Find reading recommendations, author interviews, editors' picks, and more at the Amazon Book Review.
Learn more. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Reviews: 2. Sri Lanka, one of the most promising states in Asia following independence inhas been torn apart for the past fifteen years by a vicious civil war.
The majority Sinhala and minority Tamils have killed each other with increasing ferocity. The Tamils, who are primarily Hindu, fear losing their identity and being overwhelmed by the majority, who are Buddhist. Furthermore, post-war reconciliation is a key aspect of preventing renewed conflict (Aliff ).
Compared to countries such as Rwanda or South Africa, Sri Lanka's reluctance to comprehensively. The Bride’s Trunk: A Story of War and Reconciliation. Decem Decem Anne Clare. The simplest objects can hold a great deal of history. While decorating for Christmas this year, I couldn’t help but recall the stories behind every piece I unwrapped and aired out from another year’s attic storage: the colorful crocheted.
Peace and Reconciliation in the Classical World book. Peace and Reconciliation in the Classical World. it is recognised that while war was pervasive, and a key concern in the narratives of ancient historians, a concomitant desire for peace was also constant.
This volume places peace in the prime position as a panel of scholars stresses the. War, Peace, and Reconciliation invites Christians and the churches into a conversation over how to think about war from a standpoint in faith. It asks how reconciliation, which is central to Christian life and doctrine, can engage the realities of war without surrendering its fundamental : Theodore R Weber.
A companion book to International Handbook of War, Torture, and Terrorism Offers hundreds of direct quotes from individuals from eight major regions of the world Demonstrates a grounded theory analysis of definitions of peace and reconciliation and of the role of apology in reconciliation.
This book explores the structure’s breadth of meaning in symbolic, art historical, and historical arenas, including competing claims over the origins of Gothic art and architecture as national style and issues of monument preservation and restoration. It highlights how vulnerable art is during war, and how the destruction of nation-al.
Reconciliation is the search for an alternative way of configuring hostile parties, locked in the hatred and bitterness unleashed by war and violence. One set of identities – that of soldiers killing other soldiers on the other side of the line – is muted by the construction of another set of identities, coming out of combatant status but.
Political Violence, Civil War, and the Paths of National Reconciliation in Côte d’Ivoire, West Africa (Adou Djané Dit Fatogoma) Part Two: Memory and Reconciliation after the American Civil War 5.
Lee Returns to the Capitol: A Case Study in Reconciliation and Its Limits (Robert Colby) 6. War and Reconciliation: Reason and Emotion in Conflict Resolution William J. Long, Peter Brecke This book is the first systematic examination of the impact of reconciliation on restoring and maintaining peace following civil and international conflicts.The diﬀerent stages of the reconciliation process as described by Torpey () and Rigby () are present in this ﬁrst phase: war crimes trials (in Tokyo and China) sought to uncover the facts of Japan’s transgressions during the war and produce deﬁnitive versions of how things happened; the trials also brought to justice some of.Free 2-day shipping.
Buy War, Peace, and Reconciliation (Hardcover) at nd: Theodore R Weber.