Journal of Genocide Research 20 (2018), 1

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Journal of Genocide Research 20 (2018), 1
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Editor(s)
A. Dirk Moses (Sydney) in Verbindung mit Mohamed Adhikari (Capetown), Cathie Carmichael (East Anglia, Norwich), Marcia Esparza (John Jay College, New York), Dan Stone (Royal Holloway, London)
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London 2018: Taylor & Francis
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quarterly
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Print ISSN: 1462-3528 Online ISSN: 1469-9494
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1-192
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USD$160.00 for 2018

 

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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 of 2018.

Table of contents

ARTICLES
Situated Bystandership During and after the Rwandan Genocide
Giorgia Donà

The Elephant and the Tiger Ants: Rethinking the Channels and Themes of Biafra’s Visual Propaganda (1967-1970
Etiido Effiong Inyang

Genocide and Global Queer Politics
Matthew Waites

Is the Philippine “War on Drugs” an Act of Genocide?
Dahlia Simangan

Genocide Forecasting: Past Accuracy and New Forecasts to 2020
Benjamin E. Goldsmith and Charles Butcher

REVIEW ARTICLE

The Modern State, the Question of Genocide, and Holocaust Scholarship
Raz Segal

REFLECTION: Genocide and World/Global History
Mohamed Adhikari
Cathie Carmichael
Adam Jones
Shruti Kapila
Norman Naimark
Eric D. Weitz

BOOK FORUM

Alexander Laban Hinton, Man or Monster? The Trial of a Khmer Rouge Torturer (Durham: Duke University Press, 2016).

Restaging, Reconfiguring, and Recollecting Perpetratorhood
Cathy J. Schlund-Vials

Framing the Duch Trial
Maria Elander

Genocidal Psychology and Genocidal Politics; or, the Trouble with Frame
Devin Pendas

Framing Duch: Varying Ideas of Justice
Kheang Un

Overcoming Blindness in the Study of Perpetrators
Leigh Payne

Postscript – Man or Monster?
Alexander Laban Hinton

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