The cultural face of conflict : Dayak-Madurese violence in 1996/97 in West Kalimantan, Indonesia
In 1996/97, the Indonesian province of West Kalimantan was shaken by a major ethnic conflict between indigenous Dayaks and migrants from the island of Madura. Thousands died and tens of thousands were forced to flee their homes - most of the victims being Madurese. Many of the Madurese who died in the conflict were subjected to 'extra-lethal' violence performed by Dayaks, that is violence which went beyond what is necessary to kill a person. This especially included beheadings, mutilations, and...[Show more]
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