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Dottore! - Internment in Italy 1940-1945 (Paperback): Salim Diamand Dottore! - Internment in Italy 1940-1945 (Paperback)
Salim Diamand
R288 R234 Discovery Miles 2 340 Save R54 (19%) Special order

"Dottore!" is more than an autobiographical account of one man's fate during the Second World War. It is an astonishingly human insight into the nature of the war in Italy and Italians. Dr Salim Diamand arrived in Italy prior to 1939 to study medicine. A Jew from Poland, he became a victim of the war and spent over four years in various concentration camps. "Dottore!" gives us rare insights into these unusual concentration camps, the inmates, the administration and the peculiarities of war-torn Italy. It is also a tribute to the Italians as a people, as individuals and to Italy as a special country. Dr Salim Diamand emigrated to Canada from Italy in 1950 and he has practised medicine in British Columbia and then in Toronto, Ontario.

The Political History of Muslim Bengal - An Unfinished Battle of Faith (Hardcover, Unabridged edition): Mahmudur Rahman The Political History of Muslim Bengal - An Unfinished Battle of Faith (Hardcover, Unabridged edition)
Mahmudur Rahman
R2,091 Discovery Miles 20 910 Special order

Bangladesh, the eastern half of earth's largest delta, Bengal, is today an independent country of 163 million people. Among the 98% ethnic Bengali population, above 90 percent practice Islam.Surprisingly, Buddhism was the predominant religion of the region until the beginning of the 2nd millennium. In the midst of a long and fierce Brahman-Buddhist conflict, political Islam arrived in Bengal in the very early 13th century.Against the background of the above history, this book tells the story of successive religious and political transformations, touching upon the sensitive subject of Bengali Muslim identity. Encompassing a period of more than a millennium, it narrates a political history beginning with the independent Muslim Sultanate and closing with the 1971 liberation war of Bangladesh. The book concludes by discussing the present day, here termed "Authoritarian Secularism".

Calamities of Exile - Three Nonfiction Novellas (Paperback, New edition): Lawrence Weschler Calamities of Exile - Three Nonfiction Novellas (Paperback, New edition)
Lawrence Weschler
R475 Discovery Miles 4 750 Special order

From the author of "Mr. Wilson's Cabinet of Wonder," "Calamities of Exile" combines three gripping narratives that afford a sort of double CAT scan into the natures of both modern totalitarianism and timeless exile.
"Beautiful but harrowing chronicles of three exiles that probe the moral and personal risks of their encounters with totalitarianism. . . . Piercing and timely."--"Kirkus Reviews," starred review
"Weschler . . . combines a novelist's gift for drama with the objectivity and research skills of a journalist. . . . The result is three gripping profiles of very human but also extraordinary men."--"Publishers Weekly"
"[Weschler's] thorough accounting of the men's covert operations, assumed identities and strained relationships with fathers, wives, and colleagues creates a disturbing triptych of the perils of totalitarianism."--Lance Gould, "New York Times Book Review"
"Weschler tells these three tragic tales with an admirable combination of psychological penetration, intellectual thrust, concision and compassion."--Francis King, "Spectator"
"Endlessly absorbing. . . . Breathtaking."--Jeri Laber, "Los Angeles Times Book Review"

The Pinochet Papers - The Case of Augusto Pinochet in Spain and Britain (Hardcover): Michael Ratner, Reed Brody The Pinochet Papers - The Case of Augusto Pinochet in Spain and Britain (Hardcover)
Michael Ratner, Reed Brody
R5,605 Discovery Miles 56 050 Special order

The arrest of General Augusto Pinochet in October 1998 was a wake-up call to tyrants everywhere. The two subsequent rulings by the British House of Lords rejecting his claim of immunity forged legal history. This book traces the legal proceedings in the Pinochet case from the investigation in Spain, through the October 1999 ruling by a London Magistrate that Pinochet could be extradited to Spain, to the final decision to release Pinochet for health reasons. By including the full text of the British judicial decisions as well as the arrest warrants, translations of the key Spanish court rulings, excerpts from the legal arguments put forward by all sides, and commentaries by participants in the case and legal scholars, this volume gives the reader an understanding of the factual, political, and legal context of this historic prosecution.

Prolegomena - To a Study of the Return of the Repressed in History (Paperback): Clifford Harper Prolegomena - To a Study of the Return of the Repressed in History (Paperback)
Clifford Harper
R213 R198 Discovery Miles 1 980 Save R15 (7%) Special order

I don't want to do anything subversive - I just want to destroy capitalism. A collection of 'ultra' prose and poetry from 300 years of outrage, passion, sarcasm and wit. Quotes, rants, declarations and blood-curdling warcries. This is utterly brilliant, and is finally reprinted here (from an obscure edition first published in the 60s) in a new edition edited, introduced, and illustrated by Clifford Harper. "Death to middle-class society, and long live anarchism!"

Calamities of Exile - Three Nonfiction Novellas (Hardcover, 2nd ed.): Lawrence Weschler Calamities of Exile - Three Nonfiction Novellas (Hardcover, 2nd ed.)
Lawrence Weschler
R483 Discovery Miles 4 830 Special order

From the author of Mr. Wilson's Cabinet of Wonder, Calamities of Exile combines three gripping narratives that afford a sort of double CAT scan into the natures of both modern totalitarianism and timeless exile. "Beautiful but harrowing chronicles of three exiles that probe the moral and personal risks of their encounters with totalitarianism...Piercing and timely."--Kirkus Reviews, starred review "Weschler ...combines a novelist's gift for drama with the objectivity and research skills of a journalist...The result is three gripping profiles of very human but also extraordinary men."--Publishers Weekly "[Weschler's] thorough accounting of the men's covert operations, assumed identities and strained relationships with fathers, wives, and colleagues creates a disturbing triptych of the perils of totalitarianism."--Lance Gould, New York Times Book Review "Weschler tells these three tragic tales with an admirable combination of psychological penetration, intellectual thrust, concision and compassion."--Francis King, Spectator "Endlessly absorbing...Breathtaking."--Jeri Laber, Los Angeles Times Book Review

Ten Years' Exile (Hardcover, New edition): Madame De Stael Ten Years' Exile (Hardcover, New edition)
Madame De Stael; Introduction by Simone Balaye, Avriel H. Goldberger; Translated by Avriel H. Goldberger
R824 Discovery Miles 8 240 Special order

This unabridged English translation of "Dix Annees d'Exile" is the powerful memoir of Germaine de Stael's tumultuous years as the most prominent politically active woman in Napoleonic Europe. Translated by an award-winning scholar, it is a strong-minded and passionate woman's personal and political journal, published to mark the bicentennary of Napoleon's rise to power. During the French Revolution, Mme de Stael's salon became a brilliant centre of political and intellectual life. She aided Napoleon's introduction to French society, yet Stael and other liberals in the Constitutional Club she helped found came to oppose the increasingly powerful general. He, in turn, banished her from Paris in 1803. In exile, Stael continued to agitate against the new master of France. When Napoleon began his great Russian campaign, she fled across Austria and Poland to avoid the advancing armies. She arrived in Moscow only weeks ahead of Napoleon and then barely escaped to England. After Napoleon's defeat, Stael returned to Paris and again received ministers, generals and sovereigns in her revived salon. As the author of beloved novels and internationally respected work on literature, history and politics, Stael knew and corresponded with intellectuals and politicians, including Talleyrand, Schiller, and Goethe. Her memoir provides penetrating insights into the society and culture of Napoleonic Europe and vivid portraits of the leading figures of the age, including the emperor himself. Based upon the definitive 1996 French text edited by Simone Balaye and Mariella Bonifacio, this English edition includes a new introduction by Simone Balaye and Avriel Goldberger. Supplemented with a complete chronology and map of Stael's dramatic flight across Europe, "Ten Years of Exile" should appeal to those interested in biography, French history, women's studies, political and intellectual history, literature, and the Age of Napoleon.

Dark Days in the Newsroom - McCarthyism Aimed at the Press (Hardcover): Edward Alwood Dark Days in the Newsroom - McCarthyism Aimed at the Press (Hardcover)
Edward Alwood
R1,447 Discovery Miles 14 470 Special order

Dark Days in the Newsroom traces how journalists became radicalized during the Depression era, only to become targets of Senator Joseph McCarthy and like-minded anti-Communist crusaders during the 1950s. Edward Alwood, a former news correspondent describes this remarkable story of conflict, principle, and personal sacrifice with noticeable (r)lan. He shows how McCarthy's minions pried inside newsrooms thought to be sacrosanct under the First Amendment, and details how journalists mounted a heroic defense of freedom of the press while others secretly enlisted in the government's anti-communist crusade.

Relying on previously undisclosed documents from FBI files, along with personal interviews, Alwood provides a richly informed commentary on one of the most significant moments in the history of American journalism. Arguing that the experiences of the McCarthy years profoundly influenced the practice of journalism, he shows how many of the issues faced by journalists in the 1950s prefigure today's conflicts over the right of journalists to protect their sources.

Global Homophobia - States, Movements, and the Politics of Oppression (Hardcover, New): Meredith L. Weiss, Michael J. Bosia Global Homophobia - States, Movements, and the Politics of Oppression (Hardcover, New)
Meredith L. Weiss, Michael J. Bosia
R1,990 Discovery Miles 19 900 Special order

While homophobia is commonly characterized as individual and personal prejudice, this collection of essays instead explores homophobia as a transnational political phenomenon. Contributors theorize homophobia as a distinct configuration of repressive state-sponsored policies and practices with their own causes, explanations, and effects on how sexualities are understood and experienced in a range of national contexts. The essays include a broad range of geographic cases, including France, Ecuador, Iran, Lebanon, Poland, Singapore, and the United States.

Taiwan in Perspective (Paperback): Wei-Chin Lee Taiwan in Perspective (Paperback)
Wei-Chin Lee
R1,607 Discovery Miles 16 070 Special order

Ever since the end of China's civil war in 1949, Taiwan has embarked on its own distinct, divergent path of development. In light of its remarkable achievements and inherent difficulties, therefore, Taiwan should not be considered a renegade province of China, but a society with a democratically-elected government that has taken a route different from the rest of China in developing its own cultural norms and values. This book examines the issues of democratic transition, political imprisonment and the political economy in Taiwan.

Surviving Mexico's Dirty War - A Political Prisoner's Memoir (Hardcover, annotated edition): Alberto Ulloa Bornemann Surviving Mexico's Dirty War - A Political Prisoner's Memoir (Hardcover, annotated edition)
Alberto Ulloa Bornemann; Edited by Arthur Schmidt, Aurora Camacho de Schmidt; Translated by Arthur Schmidt, Aurora Camacho de Schmidt
R1,636 Discovery Miles 16 360 Special order

This is the first major, book-length memoir of a political prisoner from Mexico's dirty war of the 1970s. Written with the urgency of a first-person narrative, it is a unique work, providing an inside story of guerrilla activities and a gripping tale of imprisonment and torture at the hands of the Mexican government. Alberto Ulloa Bornemann was a young idealist when he dedicated himself to clandestine resistance and to assisting Lucio Cabaas, the guerrilla leader of the Party of the Poor. Here the author exposes readers to the day-to-day activities of revolutionary activists seeking to avoid discovery by government forces. After his capture, Ulloa Bornemann endured disappearance into a secret military jail and later abusive conditions in three civilian prisons. Although "testimonios" of former political prisoners from other Latin American nations have recently come into print, there are very few books about Mexico's political warsOCoand none as vivid and disturbing as this."

Where We Buried the Sun - One Woman's Gulag Story (Paperback): Alla Tumanov Where We Buried the Sun - One Woman's Gulag Story (Paperback)
Alla Tumanov
R415 R378 Discovery Miles 3 780 Save R37 (9%) Special order

The memoir of a young woman who, in 1951 at the age of 17, was arrested for her involvement with an underground organization demanding alternatives to Stalinist rule and, as a result, spent five years in the Soviet prison system&#46Tumanov belonged to group of young people who believed in freedom and equality, and were willing to stand up for their beliefs.

Purity and Exile - Violence, Memory and National Cosmology Among Hutu Refugees in Tanzania (Hardcover, 2nd ed.): Liisa H. Malkki Purity and Exile - Violence, Memory and National Cosmology Among Hutu Refugees in Tanzania (Hardcover, 2nd ed.)
Liisa H. Malkki
R1,806 R1,689 Discovery Miles 16 890 Save R117 (6%) Special order

In this study of Hutu refugees from Burundi, driven into exile in Tanzania after their 1972 insurrection against the dominant Tutsi was brutally quashed, Liisa Malkki shows how experiences of dispossession and violence are remembered and turned into narratives, and how this process helps to construct identities such as "Hutu" and "Tutsi."
Through extensive fieldwork in two refugee communities, Malkki finds that the refugees' current circumstances significantly influence these constructions. Those living in organized camps created an elaborate "mythico-history" of the Hutu people, which gave significance to exile, and envisioned a collective return to the homeland of Burundi. Other refugees, who had assimilated in a more urban setting, crafted identities in response to the practical circumstances of their day to day lives. Malkki reveals how such things as national identity, historical consciousness, and the social imagination of "enemies" get constructed in the process of everyday life. The book closes with an epilogue looking at the recent violence between Hutu and Tutsi in Rwanda and Burundi, and showing how the movement of large refugee populations across national borders has shaped patterns of violence in the region.

Prison of Women - Testimonies of War and Resistance in Spain, 1939-1975 (Hardcover): Tomasa Cuevas Prison of Women - Testimonies of War and Resistance in Spain, 1939-1975 (Hardcover)
Tomasa Cuevas; Edited by Mary E. Giles; Volume editing by Mary E. Giles; Translated by Mary E. Giles
R1,040 Discovery Miles 10 400 Special order

A translation of women's testimonies about their experiences in the prisons of Spain following the end of the Spanish Civil War in 1939 collected by Tomasa Cuevas, herself a surviving victim of the Francoist prison system.

Prison of Women presents oral testimonies of women incarcerated following the Spanish Civil War. The primary voice in the collection, Tomasa Cuevas, spent many years in prisons throughout Spain as a political prisoner. After the death of Franco in 1975, Cuevas began to collect oral testimonies from women she had known in prison as she traveled throughout Spain recording their stories. These, along with hers, eventually were published in three volumes in Spain. Prison of Women is a collaboration between Tomasa Cuevas and Mary E. Giles, translator and editor, who wrote the introduction and afterword, and provided contextual information in notes and a glossary. The testimonies offer a compelling record of the years leading up to the Spanish Civil War, the aftermath of that horrendous struggle, and a revealing testament to the strength of the human spirit.

Refugees into Citizens - Palestinians and the End of the Arab-Israeli Conflict (Paperback, New): Donna E. Arzt Refugees into Citizens - Palestinians and the End of the Arab-Israeli Conflict (Paperback, New)
Donna E. Arzt
R397 Discovery Miles 3 970 Special order

This timely book offers a blueprint for resolving what is often called the most intractable--if not taboo--subject in the Arab-Israeli peace negotiations: a just and permanent solution to the problem of over 3 million Palestinian refugees. The refugee question has never before been treated as the keystone of regional peace and stability. In a hard-hitting, yet balanced and dispassionate analysis, Donna Arzt advocates that the end of the Middle East conflict can only be achieved when all Palestinian refugees are offered citizenship, compensation for lost property, and voluntary absorption options in either a future state of Palestine, other Arab states in the region, the broader international community, or, on family reunification grounds, repatriation in Israel. Comprehensive in scope, yet free of technical jargon, the book is both accessible to generalists and valuable to specialists in the fields of refugee studies, the Middle East conflict, human rights, and public international law. Drawing on the latest historiography, demographic data, and legal texts on the concept of " return, " statelessness and minority rights, Refugees into Citizens avoids falling into the trap of relitigating old polemics and accusations by inviting the international community into a pragmatic, forward-looking dialogue on this most politically sensitive question. " Donna Arzt's innovative and substantial proposal for resolving the complex Palestine refugee issue challenges us to act on the basis that inclusion, reconciliation, compromise, dignity, and belonging are important ingredients in a search for viable, concrete, legal, and lasting resolution to seemingly intractable refugee problems atconflict's end." Judy Mayotte, author, Disposable People? The Plight of the Refugees " This compact book brilliantly summarizes both the history of and the law governing the status of millions of Palestinian refugees. It offers a workable plan for turning these refugees into citizens as part of a comprehensive settlement of the Arab- Israeli conflict. I recommend it to experts and lay readers alike." Rita E. Hauser, International Lawyer

Global Homophobia - States, Movements, and the Politics of Oppression (Paperback): Meredith L. Weiss, Michael J. Bosia Global Homophobia - States, Movements, and the Politics of Oppression (Paperback)
Meredith L. Weiss, Michael J. Bosia
R573 Discovery Miles 5 730 Special order

While homophobia is commonly characterized as individual and personal prejudice, this collection of essays instead explores homophobia as a transnational political phenomenon. Contributors theorize homophobia as a distinct configuration of repressive state-sponsored policies and practices with their own causes, explanations, and effects on how sexualities are understood and experienced in a range of national contexts. The essays include a broad range of geographic cases, including France, Ecuador, Iran, Lebanon, Poland, Singapore, and the United States.

Prison of Women - Testimonies of War and Resistance in Spain, 1939-1975 (Paperback): Tomasa Cuevas Prison of Women - Testimonies of War and Resistance in Spain, 1939-1975 (Paperback)
Tomasa Cuevas; Edited by Mary E. Giles
R635 Discovery Miles 6 350 Special order

A translation of women's testimonies about their experiences in the prisons of Spain following the end of the Spanish Civil War in 1939 collected by Tomasa Cuevas, herself a surviving victim of the Francoist prison system.

Prison of Women presents oral testimonies of women incarcerated following the Spanish Civil War. The primary voice in the collection, Tomasa Cuevas, spent many years in prisons throughout Spain as a political prisoner. After the death of Franco in 1975, Cuevas began to collect oral testimonies from women she had known in prison as she traveled throughout Spain recording their stories. These, along with hers, eventually were published in three volumes in Spain. Prison of Women is a collaboration between Tomasa Cuevas and Mary E. Giles, translator and editor, who wrote the introduction and afterword, and provided contextual information in notes and a glossary. The testimonies offer a compelling record of the years leading up to the Spanish Civil War, the aftermath of that horrendous struggle, and a revealing testament to the strength of the human spirit.

Asylum - A Moral Dilemma (Hardcover): W. Gunther Plaut Asylum - A Moral Dilemma (Hardcover)
W. Gunther Plaut
R1,359 Discovery Miles 13 590 Special order

Fueled by the explosion of the world's population, the quest for asylum is one of the most pressing problems of our age. Refugee receiving nations-located frequently, but by no means exclusively, in the Western world-have to respond to masses of humanity searching for new livable homes. Human compassion for these refugees can be found everywhere, but so can xenophobia and the desire to preserve one's nation, economic well being, and cultural integrity. The clash between these impulses represents one of the great dilemmas of our time and is the subject of Plaut's study. In exploring it, he provides a far-ranging inquiry into the human condition. The book presents political, ethnic, philosophical, religious, and sociological arguments, and deals with some of the most troublesome and heartbreaking conflicts in the news.

Free at Last - Story of Martin Luther King (Paperback, Revised edition): R.J. Owen Free at Last - Story of Martin Luther King (Paperback, Revised edition)
R.J. Owen; Illustrated by Brian Platt
R1,910 R1,405 Discovery Miles 14 050 Save R505 (26%) Special order

Special Discount Pack: 15 BOOKS FOR THE PRICE OF 14. A moving account of Martin Luther King's part in the campaign for civil rights in the USA. The very popular Faith in Action Series is suitable for individual and class / group work. In addition to the main biographical story, the book contains suggestions for discussion, thinking and writing as well as examination type questions.

Refugees: Rationing the Right to Life - The Crisis in Emergency Relief (Hardcover): Sarah Rhodes Refugees: Rationing the Right to Life - The Crisis in Emergency Relief (Hardcover)
Sarah Rhodes
R1,567 Discovery Miles 15 670 Special order
Modernity and the Stateless - The Kurdish Question in Iran (Hardcover): Abbas Vali Modernity and the Stateless - The Kurdish Question in Iran (Hardcover)
Abbas Vali
R915 Discovery Miles 9 150 Special order

The Kurds are the largest stateless nation in the world. They live under the jurisdiction of four sovereign states - Iran, Iraq, Turkey and Syria - which deny their national identity and suppress its political and cultural manifestations. The diversity that springs from this division has deprived the Kurds of ideological cohesion and political unity. Offering a wealth of new information on the history and politics of Kurdish nationalism, this book also looks at the wider issues of stateless nations, their identities, rights and obligations and the problems such nations pose for normative political theory which presupposes the framework of the modern nation state.

Cambridge Studies in International Relations, Series Number 140 - Affective Communities in World Politics: Collective Emotions... Cambridge Studies in International Relations, Series Number 140 - Affective Communities in World Politics: Collective Emotions after Trauma (Hardcover)
Emma Hutchison
R1,879 Discovery Miles 18 790 Special order

Emotions underpin how political communities are formed and function. Nowhere is this more pronounced than in times of trauma. The emotions associated with suffering caused by war, terrorism, natural disasters, famine and poverty can play a pivotal role in shaping communities and orientating their politics. This book investigates how 'affective communities' emerge after trauma. Drawing on several case studies and an unusually broad set of interdisciplinary sources, it examines the role played by representations, from media images to historical narratives and political speeches. Representations of traumatic events are crucial because they generate socially embedded emotional meanings which, in turn, enable direct victims and distant witnesses to share the injury, as well as the associated loss, in a manner that affirms a particular notion of collective identity. While ensuing political orders often re-establish old patterns, traumatic events can also generate new 'emotional cultures' that genuinely transform national and transnational communities.

The Prison Memoirs of a Japanese Woman (Paperback): Kaneko Fumiko, Mikiso Hane, Jean Inglis The Prison Memoirs of a Japanese Woman (Paperback)
Kaneko Fumiko, Mikiso Hane, Jean Inglis
R791 Discovery Miles 7 910 Special order

Kaneko Fumiko (1903-1926) wrote this memoir while in prison after being convicted of plotting to assassinate the Japanese emperor. Despite an early life of misery, deprivation, and hardship, she grew up to be a strong and independent young woman. When she moved to Tokyo in 1920, she gravitated to left-wing groups and eventually joined with the Korean nihilist Pak Yeol to form a two-person nihilist organization. Two days after the Great Tokyo Earthquake, in a general wave of anti-leftist and anti-Korean hysteria, the authorities arrested the pair and charged them with high treason. Defiant to the end (she hanged herself in prison on July 23, 1926), Kaneko Fumiko wrote this memoir as an indictment of the society that oppressed her, the family that abused and neglected her, and the imperial system that drove her to her death.

The Drama of Slavuta by Saul Moiseyevich Ginsburg (Hardcover): Saul Moiseyvich Ginsburg The Drama of Slavuta by Saul Moiseyevich Ginsburg (Hardcover)
Saul Moiseyvich Ginsburg; Translated by Ephraim H. Prombaum
R1,167 Discovery Miles 11 670 Special order

Available for the first time in English, The Drama of Slavuta draws on Jewish sources and official Tsarist government archives in providing insight into the shutdown of a major nineteenth-century Jewish printing establishment during the reign of Tsar Nicholas I (1825-1855), when the persecution of Jews and suppression of Jewish culture reached unprecedented heights in Russia. The eminent historian Saul M. Ginsburg, who authored the original manuscript, successfully weaves an account of the persecution of the printing establishment's Hasidic owners, the Brothers Shapiro, into the larger scheme of official persecution of all Jews and thereby provides chilling insight into contemporary Russian attitudes towards Jews and Jewish culture. Contents: Volhynia Gubernia; Accusations Continue; The War Against Hasidism; "Yore-Deah"; Yakob Lipps; Forced Testimonies; The Imperial Decree; The Ushitza Story; The Military Commission's Verdict; "So Shall It Be"; "Araktsh Stones"; Moral Victors.

Political Asylum from the Inside (Paperback): Harvey Burgess Political Asylum from the Inside (Paperback)
Harvey Burgess
R234 R212 Discovery Miles 2 120 Save R22 (9%) Special order
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