Religious responses to violence: human rights in Latin America past and present

1. The evolution of the theory and practice of rights in Latin American Catholicism / Daniel H. Levine --. - 2. Violence and everyday experience in early twentieth-first-century Latin America / Robert Albro --. - Part I. Rethinking religious contributions to human rights --. - 3. Human rights and Ch...

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Contributors: Wilde, Alexander (HerausgeberIn)
Format: Print Book
Language:English
Published: Notre Dame,Indiana University of Notre Dame Press [2016]
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Summary:1. The evolution of the theory and practice of rights in Latin American Catholicism / Daniel H. Levine --. - 2. Violence and everyday experience in early twentieth-first-century Latin America / Robert Albro --. - Part I. Rethinking religious contributions to human rights --. - 3. Human rights and Christian responsibility: transnational Christian activism, human rights, and state violence in Brazil and Chile in the 1970s / Patrick William Kelly --. - 4. Church responses to political violence in Central America: from liberation theology to human rights / Virginia Garrard-Burnett --. - 5. The institutional church and pastoral ministry: unity and conflict in the defense of human rights in Chile / Alexander Wilde --. - 6. Violent times: Catholicism and dictatorship in Argentina in the 1970s / María Soledad Catoggio --. - 7. Transformations in Catholicism under political violence: Córdoba, Argentina, 1960-1980 / Gustavo Morello --. - 8. Religion meets legal strategy: Catholic clerics, lawyers, and the defense of human rights in Brazil / Rafael Mafei Rabelo Queiroz --. - Part II. Contemporary ministries responding to violence --. - 9. Building peace and dignity: Jesuit engagement in Colombia's Magdalena Medio / Elyssa Pachico --. - 10. From preaching to listening: extractive industries, communities, and the church in rural Peru / Javier Arellano-Yanguas --. - 11. Violence and pastoral care in Putumayo, Colombia / Winifred Tate --. - 12. Violence, religion, and institutional legitimacy in northern Central America / Robert Brenneman --. - 13. The politics of presence: evangelical ministry in Brazilian prisons / Andrew Johnson --. - 14. "Fui migrante y me hospedaron": the Catholic Church's responses to violence against Central American migrants in Mexico / Amelia Frank-Vitale --. - 15. From guns to God: mobilizing evangelical Christianity in Urabá, Colombia / Kimberly Theidon
Physical Description:xix,498 Seiten
ISBN:9780268044312