ray scupin (scupin@LC.LINDENWOOD.EDU)
Wed, 22 Jun 1994 12:54:55 -0500

Mike Lieber suggested that I post this to the list for everyone to use if
they choose.

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Date: Tue, 21 Jun 1994 20:48:43 CDT

To: ray scupin <>
Subject: Re: Re: a query on Rwanda

> Mike:
> Jacques Maquet's classic study of Rwanda and the feudal-like
> relationships between the Tutsi and Hutu is a good start for comprehending
> the conditions in Rwanda. A good summary of it in English is in Ottenberg
> (ed.) Cultures and Societies of AFrica. Random House. 1960.
> Ray Scupin
> Sociology/Anthropology Dept.
> Lindenwood College
> 209 S. Kingshighway
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> 314-949-4730 (Office)
> 314-949-9244 (Home)
> 314-949-4910 (Fax)
> Not chaos-like, together crushed and bruised,
> But, as the world harmoniously confused:
> Where order in variety we see,
> And where, though all things differ, all agree
> Alexander Pope
> "Windsor-Forest."
Many thanks, friend. I'll check it out. You're the only other person who
replied than Madeline Kleindienst. Niether of you posted on the Net. I
was hoping for some to do, but it ain't about to happen.