Table of contents for Religion and nationalism in Iraq : a comparative perspective / edited by David Little and Donald K. Swearer ; with Susan Lloyd McGarry.

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Preface
Editors' Note about Transliteration and Special Characters 
Introduction				
David Little and Donald K. Swearer 
Case Study: Iraq
 The Rise of Religious and Ethnic Mass Politics in Iraq
Juan R. I. Cole	
 	
 Kurds and Arabs, Sunnis and Shiites: Can an Iraqi Identity be Salvaged? 
Phebe Marr
 
 Summary of Iraq Discussion
Case Study: Sri Lanka
The Malaise of Contemporary Sri Lankan Society 
H. L. Seneviratne
Religion and Nationalism in Recent Peace Initiatives in Sri Lanka 
Rohan Edrisinha
Summary of Sri Lanka discussion
Case Study: Sudan
Sudan's 1998 Draft Constitution: Should It Be Required Reading for the Leaders of 
the New Iraq?
Ann Elizabeth Mayer
Darfur, Sudan: Ethnicity, Islam, and Citizenship
Alex De Waal 
Summary of Sudan discussion
Case Study: Bosnia and Herzegovina
Pilgrimage and "Ethnic Cleansing" in Herzegovina
Michael Sells	
Is Religion Disengaging Itself from Ethnic Conflict in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Paul Mojzes
Summary of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Final Comparative Discussions
Appendices
 
Appendix I: Sri Lanka Background
Appendix II: Sudan Background
Appendix III: Bosnia and Herzegovina Background
Appendix IV: Author biographies and List of attendees 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Religion and politics -- Case studies.
Nationalism -- Case studies.
Religion and politics -- Congresses.
Nationalism -- Congresses.