Swift to wrath [electronic resource] : lynching in global perspective / edited by William D. Carrigan and Christopher Waldrep
- Machine generated contents note: pt. 1 The Practice of Lynching: From the Ancient Middle East to Late Twentieth-Century Northern Ireland -- "Vengeance Is Mine": "Lynching" in the Ancient Near East? / Scott Morschauser -- Witch Lynching Past and Present / Brian P. Levack -- "This Community Will Not in the Future Be Disgraced": Rafael Benavides and the Decline of Lynching in New Mexico / Clive Webb -- The Specter of Lynching in France: Familiar Word, Unfamiliar Reality / Joel Michel -- Informal Justice in Northern Ireland / Rachel Monaghan -- pt. 2 American Lynching and International Meanings: How the British, Japanese, Russians, and Slovaks Gave Meaning to American Lynching -- "Let Each Reader Judge": Lynching, Race, and Immigrant Newspapers / Robert Zecker -- British Public Debates and the "Americanization" of Lynching / Sarah L. Silkey -- Lynching across the Pacific: Japanese Views and African American Responses in the Wartime Antilynching Campaign / Fumiko Sakashita -- U.S. Lynch Law and the Fate of the Soviet Union: The Soviet Uses of American Racial Violence / Meredith L. Roman.
9780813934143 (cloth : alk. paper)
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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