Anatomy of Genocide State- Sponsored Mass- Killings in the Twentieth Century

Author: Kimenyi, Alexandre
Scott, Otis
Year:2001
Pages:488
ISBN:0-7734-7600-8
978-0-7734-7600-4
Price:299.95
Essays from the first International Conference on Genocide by the world’s leading experts (history, law, political science, sociology, ethnic studies, philosophy, anthropology, et al) all related issues.

Table of Contents

Table of contents:
Preface (Michael Sells)
Introduction (Otis L. Scott)
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: Gypsies 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 Day, 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 (Elisée Rutagambwa, s.j.)
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 (Tamas Stark)
The post-genocide state of Rwanda (Yumiko Takashima)
A philosophy of negociation: Retracing the coordinates of subjectivity (Adrian Parr)
The Armenian genocide though 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 VonFrederick Rawlins
Trivialization of genocide: the case of Rwanda (Alexandre Kimenyi)
Index