Politics of Innocence: Hutu Identity, Conflict and Camp Life

Politics of Innocence: Hutu Identity, Conflict and Camp Life

Based on thorough ethnographic fieldwork in a refugee camp in Tanzania this book provides a rich account of the benevolent "disciplining mechanisms" of humanitarian agencies, led by the UNHCR, and of the situated, dynamic, indeterminate, and fluid nature of identity (re)construction in the camp. While the refugees are expected to behave as innocent, helpless victims, the question of victimhood among Burundian Hutu is increasingly challenged, following the 1993 massacres… (more)

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Publisher: Berghahn Books (July 01, 2010)

Collection: Forced Migration

Parent ISBN: 9781845456917

Page count: 194 pages

Language: English


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