- Title Pages
- Introduction. Corpses in society: about human remains, necro-politics, necro-economy and the legacy of mass violence
1The unburied victims of Kenya’s Mau Mau Rebellion: where and when does the violence end?
2(Re)politicising the dead in post-Holocaust Poland: the afterlives of human remains at the Bełżec extermination camp 1
3Chained corpses: warfare, politics and religion after the Habsburg Empire in the Julian March, 1930s–1970s
4Exhumations in post-war rabbinical responsas
5(Re)cognising the corpse: individuality, identification and multidirectional memorialisation in post-genocide Rwanda
6Corpses of atonement: the discovery, commemoration and reinterment of eleven Alsatian victims of Nazi terror, 1947–52
7‘Earth conceal not my blood’: forensic and archaeological approaches to locating the remains of Holocaust victims
8The return of Herero and Nama bones from Germany: the victims’ struggle for recognition and recurring genocide memories in Namibia
9A Beothuk skeleton (not) in a glass case: rumours of bones and the remembrance of an exterminated people in Newfoundland – the emotive immateriality of human remains
- Human Remains in Society
- Manchester University Press
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