Sit-ins with the Dead

Sep 2014

[schedule=’2014-09-29′ at=”00:01″]Back to article

For further reading:

Appadurai, Arjun. 1998. Dead Certainty: Ethnic Violence in the Era of Globalization. Development and Change 29(4): 905-925.

— 2004. Minorities and the Production of Daily Peace. Interview with Arjun Appadurai. — 2005. Feelings are Always Local. Joke Brouwer & Arjen Mulder, eds. Rotterdam: NAI Publishers.

— Arendt, Hannah. 1998. The Human Condition. Chicago: The Univsersity of Chicago Press.

Butler, Judith. 2011. Bodies in Alliance and the Politics of the Street. Transversal.

Changezi, Sajjad Hussain. 2013. The Dharna The Demands. Tanqeed: A Magazine of Politics and Culture.

Dedalus, Stephen. 2009. The Bitter Harvest: Sectarianism in Balochistan. Middle East Report. No. 251: 42-47.

Feldman, Allen. 1991. Formations of Violence: The Narrative of the Body and Political Terror in Northern Ireland. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.

Fisher, Mark Lowe. 1992. Political Funerals.

Ibrahimi, Niamatullah. 2012. Shift and Drift in Hazara Ethnic Consciousness. The Impact of Conflict and Migration. Bonn: Crossroads Asia Working Paper Series. No. 5.

Hegde, Radha. 2009. “Fragments and Interruptions: Sensory Regimes of Violence and the Limits of Feminist Ethnograph.” Qualitative Inquiry 15(2): 276-296.

Jelin, Elizabeth. 1994. “The Politics of Memory: The Human Rights Movement and the Construction of Democracy in Argentina.” Latin American Perspectives 21(81): 38-58.

Malkki, Liisa H. 1995. Purity and Exhile: Violence, Memory and National Cosmology Among Hutu Refugees In Tanzania. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.

Marie, Farzana. 2013. “Confronting Misconstrued Histories: Creativity Strategies in the Hazara Struggle toward Identity and Healing.” Arizona Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies 2: 86-110.

Sassen, Saskia. 2011. The Global Street Comes to Wall Street. Possible Futures

Ranciere, Jacques. 2006. The Politics of Aesthetics: The Distribution of the Sensible. Trans. Gabriel Rockhill. New York: Continuum.

Taylor, Diana. 2002. “ ‘You are Here’: The DNA of Peformance.” TDR 46(1): 149-69.[/schedule]

Pages: 1 2

Tags: , , , ,

12 Responses to Sit-ins with the Dead

  1. […] analyzed the will to resist — and the problems that can beset protest movements. Ayesha Omer shares her insights based on her ethnographic and interview work with the Hazara sit-ins, and Katja […]

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.