Riots and Pogroms presents comparative studies of riots and pogroms
in the twentieth century in Russia, Germany, Israel, India, and the
United States, with a comparative, historical, and analytical
introduction by the editor. The focus of the book is on the
interpretive process which follows after the occurrence of riots
and pogroms, rather than on the search for their causes. The
concern of the editor and contributors is with the struggle for
control over the meaning of riotous events, for the right to
represent them properly.
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