Conflict Transformation and Social Change in Uganda: Remembering After Violence
Drawing on the concept of hermeneutics the book argues that the successes and setbacks of conflict transformation in Teso can be understood through analyzing the impact of memory, identity, closure and power on social change and calls for a comprehensive effort of dealing with the past in war-torn societies.
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Violent Conflicts and Their Termination
Inventing War and Peace
Effective History and the Beginning of
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Acholi Africa analysis antagonistic relationship approaches argued Ateker Ejalu backdrop cattle rustling Chapter closure collective identity colonial Conflict Resolution conflict settlement conflict transformation constitution context crimes cultural deconstruction Despite discourse economic enemy ethnic exclusion fighting flict former future Gadamer Grace Akello Hans-Georg Gadamer hermeneutics historical horizons Ibid impact initiatives International interpretation Interview invention Iteso and Kumam Jabri John Paul Lederach Kampala Karamoja Karamojong Karamojong warriors Kumam and Iteso Kumi Kumi district lead London Lord's Resistance Army Luwero Luwero Triangle mediation process memory Mukura Museveni government narrative Obote ontology Papa Emorimor particular parties past peace political post-conflict potentially rebels reconciliation region relation remembering role Rwanda sense situated social change society Soroti district structural properties suggests termination Teso Commission Teso identity Teso insurgency tion traditional conflict management transitional justice truth understanding University Press Vattimo violent conflict women workshops