Anatomy of Genocide: State-sponsored Mass-killings in the Twentieth Century (Symposium S. No. 58)

Anatomy of Genocide: State-sponsored Mass-killings in the Twentieth Century (Symposium S. No. 58)

By: Otis L. Scott (editor), Alexandre Kimenyi (editor), Otis L. Scott (contributor), Michael Sells (preface_author)Hardback

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The political determinants of ethnic genocide, Frank M. Afflitto and Margaret Vandiver; always the first to go - people with disabilities, Arthur Blaser; in through the gates and out through the chimneys - gypsys and the Holocaust, Deborah Bruce; in the eyes of the beholder - the Brasilian Black Consciousness movement's perceptions of genocide against Afro-Brasilians, David Covin; the structure of obligations in international humanitarian law and its implications for conceptions of citizenship, L. Edward, Margaret Vandiver, and W. Richard Janikowski; genocide in Matabeleland and Midlands in Zimbabwe - a failed transition to democracy and ethnic coexistence, Smile Dube; the victims of Nazi persecution - will the Holocaust-era litigation answer the questions of history?, Barry A. Fisher; in genocide, responsibility stems from volition, Albert Globus; Class, nation and race in communist crimes against humanity - theoretical and historical reflections on Marxist racism and violence, Steve Heder; why did the international community fail Rwanda and continues to do it?, Augustin Kamongi; ethnic relations in Central Europe - how to foster and to avoid genocide and ethnic cleansing, Thomas Kando; Armenian genocide and the survival of children, Isabel Kaprielian-Churchill; the Armenian genocide and the unpaid life insurance policies - legal and historical perspectives, Hrayr S. Karagueuzian; the Rwandan genocide - a test case for Evangelization, Elisee Rutagambwa; doctors, society and the Holocaust - searching for the roots of evil, Erich H. Loewy; the Armenian property and the destruction of Armenian historical monuments as a manifestation of the genocidal process, Dickram Kouymjian; the Austrian encounter, Samson Munn; the Japanese press and the Rwandan genocide, Michimi Muranushi; Holocaust population redeployment and Soviet forced labor camps, Tams Stark; the post-genocide state of Rwanda, Yukimo Takashima; a philosophy of negotiation - retracing the coordinates of subjectivity, Adrian Parr; the Armenian genocide through art and literature, Rubina Peroomian; why Johnny doesn't learn about genocide - how the American schooling system has betrayed the history and legacy of genocide, Nicole Vartivanian; indifference + inaction = genocide, Lionel Von Frederick Rawlins; trivialization of genocide - the case of Rwanda, Alexandre Kimenyi.

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  • publication date: 31/05/2001
  • ISBN13: 9780773476004
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 488
  • ID: 9780773476004
  • weight: 839
  • ISBN10: 0773476008

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