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Using a wealth of first-hand material, Eltringham explores how different groups within Rwandan society interpret the gecide of 1994. Exploring various interpretations and eye-witness accounts, he convincingly argues that these contradictions and competing interpretations give us important new insights into the past, and into the nature of the ways we can account for violence and gecide.
Nigel Eltringham is a Research Associate in the Department of Anthropology and Sociology of SOAS, London. He worked for three years with a conflict resolution NGO in Rwanda before conducting doctoral research in Rwanda and among the Rwandan Diaspora in Europe. He has extensively published on post-genocide Rwanda.