The Journal of Genocide Research (journal of the International Network of Genocide Scholars) announces a double special issue on the Nigeria-Biafra war, 1967–1970, edited by Dr. Lasse Heerten (Berkeley) and Dirk Moses (Florence).
Table of Contents
The Nigeria–Biafra war: postcolonial conflict and the question of genocideLasse Heerten & A. Dirk Moses
‘Ours is a war of survival’: Biafra, Nigeria and arguments about genocide, 1966–70Douglas Anthony
Marketing genocide: Biafran propaganda strategies during the Nigerian civil war, 1967–70Roy Doron
The UK and ‘genocide’ in BiafraKaren E. Smith
Israel, Nigeria and the Biafra civil war, 1967–70Zach Levey
Dealing with ‘genocide’: the ICRC and the UN during the Nigeria–Biafra war, 1967–70Marie-Luce Desgrandchamps
Humanitarian encounters: Biafra, NGOs and imaginings of the Third World in Britain and Ireland, 1967–70Kevin O'Sullivan
‘And starvation is the grim reaper’: the American Committee to Keep Biafra Alive and the genocide question during the Nigerian civil war, 1968–70Brian McNeil
The Biafran secession and the limits of self-determinationBrad Simpson
‘Biafra of the mind’: MASSOB and the mobilization of historyIke Okonta
The Asaba massacre and the Nigerian civil war: reclaiming hidden historyS. Elizabeth Bird & Fraser Ottanelli
Imagined nations and imaginary Nigeria: Chinua Achebe's quest for a countryMpalive-Hangson Msiska
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