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This volume brings together a distinguished group of thinkers to explore the moral and religious issues that underlie the violence and atrocities in Bosnia. From diverse academic and philosophical perspectives, the works of Jean Bethke Elshtain, James Turner Johnson, Michael Sells, John Kelsay, and G. Scott Davis will inform not just scholars of ethics, politics and religion, but everyone concerned with the prospects for justice in the post Cold War world.
Bosnian genocide, religious issues, war and conflict
School of Arts and Sciences
Davis, Scott, ed. Religion and Justice in the War over Bosnia. New York: Routledge, 1996.