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Carolyn Nordstrom Shadows of War Violence, Power, and California Press, 1995 Carolyn Nordstrom, A Different Kind of War Story, Shadows of War Violence, Power, and International Profiteering in the of war, Carolyn Nordstrom takes us from the immediacy of war-zone survival, Epilogue Two Sides of the Same Coin Postscript The War of the Month Club--Iraq Notes Bibliography Index SEAL Sniper Training Program by United States Navy. publishing program has been merged with Wiley s global Scientific, Technical, and Medical business to form Notes on Contributors ix. Foreword xiii . Carolyn Nordstrom is Professor of Anthropology at the University of Notre. Dame. Having Global Outlaws, Shadows of War, and A Different Kind of War Story, plus. use of violence in civil wars is often poorly understood. It is important to note that enrichment through looting .. to participate in a programme on the Gulu based radio station .. 76 Nordstrom, Carolyn (2004) Shadows of War Violence, Power and International Profiteering in the Twenty-First Century, Berkeley, University. Robben and Carolyn Nordstrom, “at some level, to be able to discuss violence, one must go and the informal economy An autobiographical note , mimeo, n.d. subsequently . Nordstrom on the front lines of war-torn Mozambique, for example .. 39 Cf. D. Rodgers, Living in the Shadow of Death Violence, Pandillas, and  the formal structure becomes the shadow image of the informal reality and thus blueprints, such as civil war in 1989, through a tiny Americo-Liberian elite (see Utas 2003, Ellis 1999,. Moran 2006 . Carolyn Nordstrom s work on shadow . esting to note that these two Americo-Liberian networks are competing over power  Note No office hours during reading week. There are other courses in the MA in Conflict Studies program which delve more . of justice” and Chapter Six “Recapturing justice from the shadows of war”. Antonius Robben and Carolyn Nordstrom (1995) “The Anthropology and Ethnography of Violence and Sociopolitical. notes that humanitarian intervention more often than not compounds the problems of pologist Carolyn Nordstrom, an ethnography of the shadows � that is, a description of those frontier realities of power .. programme in Uganda. In Juma  As the metaphor of the rainy season indicates, war is no longer seen as an . points in time, but the underlying factors leading to fighting and warfare are . crisis and to analyse crisis embedded in crisis (Carolyn Nordstrom, personal .. Shadows of War Violence, Power, and International Profiteering in  Gender rules and roles are not incidental to war-‐time violence indeed, gender . Carolyn Nordstrom examines economic links (from local to