Journal of Genocide Research 9 (2007), 4

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Journal of Genocide Research 9 (2007), 4
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Henry R. Huttenbach (The City College of the City University of New York, USA); Dominik. J. Schaller (Arbeitsgruppe für Genozidforschung, Zürich, Switzerland); Jürgen Zimmerer (University of Sheffield, UK)
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New York 2007: Routledge
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Institutional: US$395/£239; Individual: US$78/£50; Members of European Network of Genocide Scholars (ENoGS) 40 Euro/year

 

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Table of contents

Volume 9 Issue 4 has been published. This new issue contains the following articles and books reviews:

From the Editor: Genocide tourism - educational value or voyeurism?
Dominik J. Schaller

Obituary: Raul Hilberg, 1926-2007
David Cesarani

What do genocides kill? A relational conception of genocide
Christopher Powell

The trauma of genocide
Jens Meierhenrich

Comparative perspectives on anti-Semitism, radical anti-Semitism in the Holocaust and American white racism
Jeffrey Herf

The Holocaust in the letters of German soldiers on the Eastern front (1939-44)
Michaela Kipp

Judgement in the Grey Zone: the Third Auschwitz ( Kapo ) Trial in Frankfurt 1968
René Wolf

Perpetrator blocs, genocidal mentalities and geographies: the destruction of the Union Patriotica in Colombia and its lessons for genocide studies
Andrei Gomez-Suarez

DOCUMENTS & DISCUSSION

Can there be genocide without the intent to commit genocide?
Guenter Lewy

BOOK REVIEWS

Ilan Pappe: The Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine
Mark Levene

Bruce Clark: Twice a Stranger: The Mass Expulsions that Forged Modern Greece and Turkey
Ben Lieberman

Dirk A. Moses & Dan Stone (eds.): Colonialism and Genocide
Martin Shaw

Dan Stone: History, Memory and Mass Atrocity: Essays on the Holocaust and Genocide
Wendy Lower

David Patterson: Wrestling with the Angel: Toward a Jewish Understanding of the Nazi Assault on the Name
Norbert Finzsch

Gordon F. Sander: The Frank Family that Survived
G. Jan Colijn

Joerg Friedrich: The Fire: The Bombing of Germany, 1940–1945
Eric Langenbacher

Alexander L. Hinton: Why Did They Kill? Cambodia in the Shadow of Genocide
Uli Linke

William James Booth: Communities of Memory: On Witness, Identity, and Justice
Edward Paulino

Israel W. Charny: Fascism and Democracy in the Human Mind: A Bridge between Mind and Society
Nicholas Robins

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