This title is an examination of the everyday economy, experiences, and livelihoods in the context of Sri Lanka's civil war. It argues that the war is grounded not just in the goals and intentions of the opposing sides, but also in the everyday orientations, experiences, and material practices of all Sri Lankan people.This vignette brings to the fore the questions of economy, sexuality, morality, and Sinhala Buddhist nationalism in a time of ethnic conflict with which 1 began this essay. It also returns me to Gunasinghe, who famously drew a connectionanbsp;...
|Title||:||Economy, Culture, and Civil War in Sri Lanka|
|Author||:||Michael D. Woost|
|Publisher||:||Indiana University Press - 2004|