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Religion, Social Memory, and Conflict

by Sandra Milena Rios Oyola | 12 June 2015
Category: True Crime
This book studies how religion influences the way people in Colombia remember a massacre of 79 civilians that occurred in a Catholic church in 2002. It analyses how strategies of memorialisation are part of religious peacebuilding initiatives that aim to resist and denounce crimes against human, ethnic, cultural and economic rights.
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This book studies how religion influences the way people in Colombia remember a massacre of 79 civilians that occurred in a Catholic church in 2002. It analyses how strategies of memorialisation are part of religious peacebuilding initiatives that aim to resist and denounce crimes against human, ethnic, cultural and economic rights.
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€139.99
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Eligible for free delivery
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This book studies how religion influences the way people in Colombia remember a massacre of 79 civilians that occurred in a Catholic church in 2002. It analyses how strategies of memorialisation are part of religious peacebuilding initiatives that aim to resist and denounce crimes against human, ethnic, cultural and economic rights.

Product Details

Religion, Social Memory, and Conflict

ISBN9781137461834

Format

Publisher (12 June. 2015)

No. of Pages0

Weight410

Language English (United States)

Dimensions 216 x 140