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Inside West Nile Violence, History, and Representation on an African Frontier (World Anthropology) by Mark Leopold

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Published by SAR Press .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • History,
  • History: World,
  • Nonfiction,
  • Social Science,
  • Africa - General

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages288
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9856160M
ISBN 101930618654
ISBN 109781930618657

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West Nile is best known as the home of Uganda's notoriously violent dictator, Idi Amin. But the area's association with violence goes back much further, through the colonial era, when the district was significantly under-developed in comparison with mosto. means that Inside West Nile seems to be a mistitled book (In chapter one Leopold explains that his decision to concentrate on Arua town was the result of the ongoing insecurity in the countryside. It is perhaps ironic, that the book misses the sorts of data that would. 1 Mark Leopold’s Inside West Nile retells the history of the far north-west of Uganda. In particular the book describes how narratives of violence, imposed from the outside, have affected the lives of Author: Ben Jones. Inside West Nile, Arua. 3, likes 1, talking about this 95, were here. Inside West Nile, your one stop information website for the West Nile Region of Uganda. Dive in!/5(80).

Mark Leopold has taken care to write a fascinating and engaging book about this confusing part of Central Africa on the west bank of the Nile, where Congo, Sudan, and Uganda overlap. His unusual monograph, though short, deserves a thoughtful reading. Dark past to glimmering future: The West Nile you never knew! Located Northwest of Kampala, Uganda’s capital, the gem of a polis that is Arua is Read More». This volume is a collection of research methods, techniques, and approaches to investigate the molecular biology of West Nile Virus (WNV). Chapters in the book cover many facets of WNV, such as propagation and titration of WNV in vero cells, examination of WNV neuroinvasion and neuropathogenesis in the central nervous system of a murine model, field surveillance methods for WNV, and in vitro. As Mark Leopold stated in his book Inside West-Nile (, 12); ‘’The Lado became a playground, and a killing ground, for white adventurers, the last place in Africa in which unrestricted, unregulated, elephant hunting was possible’’. The history of West-Nile can be seen as dynamic and violent.

Mobile 1: + Mobile 2: + Email: [email protected] Office: OB Plaza, Room G 16, Adumi Road, Arua. Download Book Inside West Nile Violence History And Representation On An African Frontier 0 World Anthropology in PDF format. You can Read Online Inside West Nile Violence History And Representation On An African Frontier 0 World Anthropology here in PDF, EPUB, Mobi or Docx formats. African Affairs. Author: N.A. West Nile is best known as the home of Uganda's notoriously violent dictator, Idi Amin. But the area's association with violence goes back well into the colonial era. This book examines the relationships between past and present and among violence, narrative, and memory in the former West Nile district. Mark Leopold spent several years in the late s in the West Nile region of Uganda and his experiences and research form the basis of this book. The West Nile region, in .