Table of contents for Origins of Rwandan genocide / Josias Semujanga.


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Foreword
   Tom Rockmore                                          9

Preface to the English Edition                          15

Acknowledgments                                         19

Chronology                                              21

Abbreviations                                           29

Introduction                                            31

1. Defining Genocide and Social Discourse               49
   1.1 Definition of Genocide                           49
   1.2 Genocide and Social Conflict                     57
   1.3 Discourse Analysis and Genocide                  59
   1.4 Conclusion                                       67

2. Religious Discourse and the Making of Dualistic Identity  71
   2.1 From Word to Culture                             71
   2.2 From Bishop Classe to Bishop Perraudin: The Same Mission  78
   2.3 From the Rwandan Ancestor to the White Father    90
   2.4 Conclusion                                       95

3. Other Times, Other Meanings                         101
   3.1 The Sons of Gihanga in Colonial Discourse       101
   3.2 The Tutsi-Hamite, or the Myth of Ham Upside Down  110
   3.3 The Hutu-Bantu, or the Myth of Ham Right Side Up  121
   3.4 Conclusion                                      128




4. Propagandist Discourse, or the Art of Manipulating Myths  135
   4.1 The Power of Myths, the Myths of Power               135
   4.2 The Mortehan Law, or the Enthronement of the Tutsi  138
   4.3 The About-Face of Alliances, or the Election of the Hutu  146
   4.4 The Ideology of Resentment and Political Propaganda  150
   4.5 Conclusion                                           164

5. From One Genocide to Another                             171
   5.1 From Marginalization to Genocide                     171
   5.2 Hutu Revolution and Tutsi Pogroms (1957-1961)     172
   5.3 Independence and the Hunt for Tutsi (1963-1964)   184
   5.4 From Pogrom to "Intellectual Genocide" (1973)     189
   5.5 Toward the "Final Solution" (1990-1994)              193
   5.6 Conclusion                                           202

6. And the Humanitarian Watched a Genocide                  211
   6.1 Humanitarianism: An Ambivalent Discourse          211
   6.2 The New Missionary                                   220
   6.3 The Holy Collusion: Operation Turquoise              223
   6.4 Humanitarian Discourse: A Polemical Reception     228
   6.5 Humanitarianism and Genocide Denial                  232
   6.6 Conclusion                                           236

General Conclusion                                          241

Glossary                                                    249

Select Bibliography                                         253

Index                                                       259





Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Genocide Rwanda History 20th century, Rwanda Ethnic relations History 20th century, Hutu (African people) Rwanda Politics and government, Tutsi (African people) Crimes against Rwanda History 20th century