W&L Middle East and South Asia Studies Program
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This collection contains the scholarship of students in the W&L Middle East and South Asia Studies Program.
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Understanding the Role of Identity in State-Perpetrated Mass Atrocities in Myanmar and Turkey: An Economic Approach Ethnic and religious diversity in the face of national identity formation can result in the violent suppression of minority groups. In the most extreme cases, the state may carry out genocide and mass atrocities against ...
Taking the Religion Out of Religious Conflict: Economic Theory and Other Motivations in Intergroup Violence In matters of religious, ethnic, or political conflict, identities are relatively permanent and unchanging factors. Due to the constant nature of these identities, any increase in rates of conflict or violence must be due ...