Re: [XTalk] Hutu / Tutsi parallels
- At 09:31 PM 7/30/2002 -0500, you wrote:
> >I don't remember reading that in my sources. Perhaps we'd better take this
> >off-list, as we are getting somewhat afield.
> >But if you have a specific source for your claim for an "arbitrary
> >division", I'd like to know about it. This was a matter of interest to me
> >in grad school.
>There are several sources, but an excellent overview is in John Reader's
>_Africa: A Biography of a Continent_ which I recommend for its lucid,
>readable prose, and interesting collection of topics.
>The Hutu/Tutsi split appears to be entirely an artificial creation of
>colonial politics based on then-current racial theories and Belgian divide-
>Chaoyang University of Technology
Thanks. I will refrain from any further comment on the Hutu/Tutsi until I
have looked into this matter further.
- I know this is off topic, however, during the past few days I noticed the
discussion going on about the use of copyrighhted material. Anyway, my
question is this, how do I properly cite a web page I used information from
in an academic paper. I am a student and an interested historical Jesus
individual. I realize this is off topic so please send reply to me off the
Thomas G. Barnes