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Berg, Manfred

Globalizing Lynching History

Berg, Manfred - Globalizing Lynching History, ebook

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: Lynching from an International Perspective
Manfred Berg, Simon Wendt

2. Extralegal Violence and Law in the Early Modern British Isles and the Origins of American Lynching
Michael J. Pfeifer

3. Lynching “Exceptionalism”: The NAACP, Woodrow Wilson, and Keeping Lynching American
Christopher Waldrep

4. Mexican Perspectives on Mob Violence in the United States
William D. Carrigan, Clive Webb

5. Lynching and Legitimacy: Toward a Global Description of Mob Murder
Robert W. Thurston

6. Lynching: The Southern African Case
Christopher Saunders

7. Frontier Justice: Lynching and Racial Violence in the United States and Australia
Gregory D. Smithers

8. Ethnic Conflict, the Armenian Question, and Mob Violence in the Late Ottoman Empire
Ebru Aykut

9. Popular Justice, Class Conflict, and the Lynching Spirit in France
Joël Michel

10. Not Quite Lynching: Informal Justice in Northern Ireland
Rachel Monaghan

11. Lynching in Peru in the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries
Hinnerk Onken

12. Lynching in Another America: Race, Class, and Gender in Brazil, 1980–2003
Timothy Clark

13. Vigilantism in Africa: Benin and Beyond
Tilo Grätz

14. “Justice with Our Own Hands”: Lynching, Poverty, Witchcraft, and the State in Mozambique
Carolien Jacobs, Christy Schuetze

Keywords: History, World History, Global and Transnational History, Political History, Social History, Criminology and Criminal Justice, general, Social Theory, Cultural History

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2011
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
260 pages
Category
History
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137001245
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-29699-6

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