Journal of Genocide Research 17 (2015), 3

Title 
Journal of Genocide Research 17 (2015), 3
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Sondernummer: Armenia

Editor(s)
A. Dirk Moses (EUI Florenz/Sydney) in Verbindung mit Cathie Carmichael (East Anglia, Norwich), Simone Gigliotti (Victoria, Wellington), Jens Meierhenrich (LSE, London) Dan Stone (Royal Holloway, London).
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New York 2015: Routledge
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quarterly
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1462-3528 (Print), 1469-9494 (Online)
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255-372
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EUR 158,00

 

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Journal of Genocide Research
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United Kingdom
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Moses, Dirk

The Journal of Genocide Research (journal of the International Network of Genocide Scholars) is pleased to announce the publication of a special issue, 'The Armenian Genocide After 100 Years: New Historical Perspectives', edited by Taner Akçam.

Table of contents

TABLE OF CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION
Taner Akçam
pages 255–258

ARTICLES

A responsibility to protest? The public, the Powers and the Armenians in the era of Abdülhamit II
Margaret Lavinia Anderson
pages 259–283

Reform or cataclysm? The agreement of 8 February 1914 regarding the Ottoman eastern provinces
Hans-Lukas Kieser, Mehmet Polatel & Thomas Schmutz
pages 285–304

Legal and official plunder of Armenian and Jewish properties in comparative perspective: the Armenian Genocide and the Holocaust
Ümit Kurt
pages 305–326

Gendering denial narratives of the decade of terror (1975–85): the case of Sâmiha Ayverdi/Neşide Kerem Demir and Hatun Sebilciyan/Sabiha Gökçen
Hülya Adak
pages 327–343

A short history of the Torossian debate
Taner Akçam
pages 345–362

REFLECTION

Of Jews, Turks and Armenians: entangled memories—a personal recollection
Seyla Benhabib
pages 363–372

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