Development and Cultural Genocide in the Sudan

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This article (1991) argues that the al-Bashir government in Khartoum is characterised by political hegemony, economic disarray, cultural bias, and explicit racism, and that it has been carrying out a policy of genocide against the Nilotic-speaking peoples of the Southern Sudan, known to the external world as the Shilluk, Dinka, Nuer, and Atuot.

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John Burton

Professor of Anthropology at Connecticut College, USA
John W. Burton was professor of anthropology and director of the African Studies program at Connecticut College.

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