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The earliest specifically anthropological contributions to anthropology of hospitality was Hocart's "Divinity of the Guest", followed some 50 years later by Smith's Hosts and Guests and such more general works as those by Julian Pitt-Rivers (1977) and the authors of a more recent special edition of the JRAI
(Candea & Da Col, 2012).
However, a news service close to the Sudanese intelligence service reported last week that Chadian rebels are preparing to attack Um Jrais in eastern Chad near the Sudanese border, where JEM is alleged to have its headquarters.