Graduation Year

2018

Date of Thesis Acceptance

Spring 5-9-2018

Major Department or Program

History

Advisor(s)

Jacqueline Woodfork

Abstract

From 1989 to 2003, Liberia was rocked by civil war. Most works in the area of peace and conflict studies that discuss this conflict focus on elite political or military history. Instead, this focuses on how average people sought to find and create safety and peace during the war. It focuses on travel, food insecurity, and traditional religious, spiritual, and ceremonial practices, relying on oral history sources.

Page Count

103

Subject Headings

Civil war -- Military aspects -- Political aspects‚ Peace‚ Travel‚ Food security‚ Religion‚ Rites and ceremonies‚ Spiritualism‚ Oral history‚ Social sciences‚ Liberia -- History -- Civil War, 1989-1996‚ Liberia -- History -- Civil War, 1999-2003‚ Whitman College 2018 -- Dissertation collection -- History Department

Permanent URL

http://works.whitman.edu/399

Document Type

Public Accessible Thesis

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History Commons

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