Despite the Terrors of Typologies

  title={Despite the Terrors of Typologies},
  author={P. James},
  pages={174 - 195}
  • P. James
  • Published 2015
  • Sociology
  • Interventions
  • Understanding how the identity of a Hutu person is different from a Tutsi and why nearly a million people were murdered in the name of this difference is not handled adequately in the current literature. Drawing on parts of the world as different as Rwanda and Sri Lanka, this essay takes up this theme through three main arguments. Firstly, categorizations about identity, even when hardened into ugly typologies by processes of colonization or state formation, are always full of tensions and… CONTINUE READING
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