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Introduction : violence narratives and the cultural politics of identity -- Performing humanity : suffering and the making of global citizens -- Humanitarian publics : celebrities, solidarities, and students -- Diaspora as counter response : citizenship rights and the suffering of ghurba -- Contested borders of inhumanity : refuge and the production and circulation of violence narratives -- Routing humanitarian visibilities : rights and dissent on the eve of Sudan's secession -- Conclusion : borders, bodies, and funerals.
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