Journal of Genocide Research 18 (2016), 1

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Journal of Genocide Research 18 (2016), 1
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Völkermord

Editor(s)
A. Dirk Moses (Sydney) in Verbindung mit Mohamed Adhikari (Capetown), Cathie Carmichael (East Anglia, Norwich), Jens Meierhenrich (LSE, London) Dan Stone (Royal Holloway, London).
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New York 2016: Routledge
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quarterly
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1462-3528 (Print), 1469-9494 (Online)
Extent
1-131
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208USD

 

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Journal of Genocide Research
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United Kingdom
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Moses, Dirk

The editors of the Journal of Genocide Research (journal of the International Network of Genocide Scholars) are pleased to announce the publication of the first issue for 2016.

Table of contents

TABLE OF CONTENTS

ARTICLES

‘Just and lawful war’ as genocidal war in the (United States) Northwest Ordinance and Northwest Territory, 1787–1832
Jeffrey Ostler

pages 1–20

The politics of intimacy: Nazi and Hutu propaganda as case studies
David Deutsch & Niza Yanay

pages 21–39

Genocide, masculinity and posttraumatic growth in Rwanda: reconstructing male identity through ndi umunyarwanda
Caroline Williamson

pages 41–59

(Re-)imagining a reluctant post-genocide society: the Rwandan Patriotic Front's ideology and practice
Filip Reyntjens

pages 61–81

REVIEW ARTICLE

Genocide and frontier violence in Australia
Thomas James Rogers & Stephen Bain

pages 83–100

BOOK FORUM

Alon Confino, Foundational pasts: the Holocaust as historical understanding (Cambridge University Press, 2012) and A world without Jews: the Nazi imagination from persecution to genocide (Yale University Press, 2014)
Amos Goldberg, Helmut Walser Smith, Simone Gigliotti, Marc Buggeln & Alon Confino

pages 101–131

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