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245 00 Coexistence in the aftermath of mass violence :
       |bimagination, empathy, and resilience /|cedited by Eve 
       Monique Zucker and Laura McGrew 
263    2012 
264  1 Ann Arbor :|bUniversity of Michigan Press,|c2020 
300    pages cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index 
520    "Coexistence in the Aftermath of Mass Violence 
       demonstrates how imagination, empathy, and resilience 
       contribute to the processes of social repair after ethnic 
       and political violence. Adding to the literature on 
       transitional justice, peacebuilding, and the anthropology 
       of violence and social repair, the authors show how these 
       conceptual pathways-imagination, empathy and resilience-
       enhance recovery, coexistence, and sustainable peace. 
       Coexistence (or reconciliation) is the underlying goal or 
       condition desired after mass violence, enabling survivors 
       to move forward with their lives. Imagination allows these
       survivors (victims, perpetrators, bystanders) to draw 
       guidance and inspiration from their social and cultural 
       imaginaries, to develop empathy, and to envision a future 
       of peace and coexistence. Resilience emerges through 
       periods of violence and its aftermaths through acts of 
       survival, compassion, modes of rebuilding social worlds, 
       and the establishment of a peaceful society. Focusing on 
       society at the grass roots level, the authors discuss the 
       myriad and little understood processes of social repair 
       that allow ruptured societies and communities to move 
       toward a peaceful and stable future. The volume also 
       illustrates some of the ways in which imagination, empathy,
       and resilience may contribute to the prevention of future 
       violence and the authors conclude with a number of 
       practical and policy recommendations. The cases include 
       Cambodia, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Somaliland, Columbia, the 
       Southern Cone, Iraq, and Bosnia"--|cProvided by publisher 
650  0 Reconciliation|vCross-cultural studies 
650  0 Coexistence|vCross-cultural studies 
650  0 Ethnic conflict|vCross-cultural studies 
650  0 Transitional justice|vCross-cultural justice 
700 1  Zucker, Eve Monique,|eeditor 
700 1  McGrew, Laura,|eeditor 
776 08 |iOnline version:|tCoexistence in the aftermath of mass 
       violence|dAnn Arbor : University of Michigan Press, 2020.
       |z9780472127191|w(DLC) 2020028761