Contestations over indigene rights and political representation have led to large-scale Christian-Muslim clashes in the central Nigerian city of Jos. Over 5,000 people were killed in episodic violence between 2001 and 2010. Kingsley Madueke focuses on the factors that led to the spread, patterns and recurrence of violence in the neighbourhoods of Jos.
K.L. Madueke, Urban Landscapes of Territoriality and Ethnic Violence: The Spread and Recurrence of Deadly Riots in Jos, Nigeria.
Prof. J.N. Tillie
Dr F.F. Vermeulen
Dr W.J. Nicholls
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