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  1. 1. What is Genocide? 22 items
    1. Required Reading 4 items
      1. Crimes of war: what the public should know 2007

        Book Essential Please read section 'Genocide'

      2. Theories of Genocide - Leo Kuper

        Chapter Essential Chapter 3 in Leo Kuper, Genocide: Its Political Use in the Twentieth Century (New Haven and London, 1981)

      3. UN Convention on Genocide (1948), available online at: www.un.org and reprinted in many other books (e.g. Gellately and Kiernan, Chalk and Jonassohn, Andreopoulos)

    2. Further Reading 18 items
      1. On Raphael Lemkin and the Genocide Convention 5 items
        1. A problem from hell: America and the age of genocide - Samantha Power 2013

          Book Further Chapters 1-5

      2. On Definition 13 items
        1. Defining Genocide - Ann Curthoys, John Docker

          Chapter Further in The Historiography of the Holocaust, ed. Dan Stone (2008)

        2. Raphael Lemkin, Culture and the Concept of Genocide - A. Dirk Moses

          Chapter Further in The Oxford Handbook of Genocide Studies, eds. Donald Bloxham and A. Dirk Moses (2010)

        3. The concept of genocide - Paul Boghossian 06/2010

          Article Further

        4. Redefining Genocide - Frank Chalk

          Chapter Further in Genocide: Conceptual and Historical Dimensions, ed. George J. Andreopolous (1994)

        5. Toward a Generic Definition of Genocide - Israel W. Charny

          Chapter Further in Genocide: Conceptual and Historical Dimensions, ed. George J. Andreopolous (1994)

  2. 2. The Limits of Genocide 38 items
    1. Required Reading 4 items
      1. The Study of Mass Murder and Genocide - Robert Gellately, Ben Kiernan

        Chapter Essential

    2. Further Reading 34 items
      1. On the Annihilation of the Herero in Namibia 18 items
        1. The Kaiser's Holocaust: Germany's forgotten genocide - David Olusoga, Casper W. Erichsen 2011

          Book Further

        2. Herero heroes: a socio-political history of the Herero of Namibia, 1890-1923 - Jan-Bart Gewald 1999

          Book Further

        3. German and American nationalism: a comparative perspective - Hartmut Lehmann, Hermann Wellenreuther 1999

          Book  ‘The Logic of Colonial Violence: Germany in Southwest Africa (1904-1907); the United States in the Philippines (1899-1902)’

        4. Absolute destruction: military culture and the practices of war in Imperial Germany - Isabel V. Hull 2006

          Book 

        5. The revolt of the Hereros - Jon M. Bridgman c1981

          Book Further

        6. The German colonial empire - Woodruff D. Smith 1978

          Book Further

        7. Late Victorian holocausts: El Niño famines and the making of the Third World - Mike Davis 2001

          Book Further

      2. On Colonial Genocide 16 items
        1. The origins of totalitarianism - Hannah Arendt 1973

          Book Further

        2. Empire, colony, genocide: conquest, occupation, and subaltern resistance in world history 2010

          Book Further

        3. Dark vanishings: discourse on the extinction of primitive races, 1800-1930 - Patrick Brantlinger 2003

          Book Further

        4. God, Gulliver, and genocide: barbarism and the European imagination, 1492-1945 - Claude Julien Rawson 2001

          Book Further

        5. King Leopold's ghost: a story of greed, terror, and heroism in colonial Africa - Adam Hochschild 2002

          Book Further

        6. Colonial genocide - Alison Palmer c2000

          Book 

        7. Patterns of Prejudice: Vol 39, No 2

          Journal Further Patterns of Prejudice, 39:2 (2005) special issue on ‘Colonial Genocide’, eds. A. Dirk Moses and Dan Stone [also published as Colonialism and Genocide, 2007]

        8. Goodbye, Yosemite. Hello, What? - NYTimes.com

          Webpage Recommended This is a nicely written article on genocide in California.

  3. 3. The Catastrophe: Armenia and Turkey 39 items
    1. Required Reading 5 items
      1. The Armenian Genocide - Helmut Walser Smith et al.

        Chapter Essential

      2. Armenian National Institute

        Website Essential Consult this site for photographs, documents, chronology, international conventions, etc.

    2. Further Reading 34 items
      1. The Armenian Genocide - Donald Bloxham, Fatma Müge Göçek

        Chapter Further

      2. A question of genocide: Armenians and Turks at the end of the Ottoman Empire - Ronald Grigor Suny, Fatma Müge Göçek, Norman M Naimark, Oxford Scholarship Online (Online service) 2011

        Book Further

      3. The burning Tigris: the Armenian genocide and America's response - Peter Balakian 2004, c2003

        Book 

      4. The Ultimate Repression: The Genocide of the Armenians, 1915-1917 - Gerard J. Libaridian

        Chapter 

      5. Remembrance and denial: the case of the Armenian genocide - Richard G. Hovannisian c1999

        Book 

      6. The Armenian genocide: history, politics, ethics - Richard G. Hovannisian 1992

        Book Further

      7. The Armenian genocide in perspective - Richard G. Hovannisian c1986

        Book Further

      8. Etiology and Sequelae of the Armenian Genocide - Richard G. Hovannisian

        Chapter Further

      9. Caravans to oblivion: the Armenian genocide, 1915 - G. S. Graber c1996

        Book Further

      10. Turkey, the US and the Armenian Genocide - Torben Jørgensen

        Chapter 

      11. The Armenian massacres, 1894-1896: U.S. media testimony - A. Dzh Kirakosi͡an 2004

        Book 

      12. The Armenian genocide: wartime radicalization or premeditated continuum - Richard G. Hovannisian 2008

        Book 

      13. The forty days - Franz Werfel 1934

        Book Further

  4. 4: The Nazi Holocaust 52 items
    1. Required Reading 4 items
    2. Further reading 48 items
      1. Modernity and the Holocaust - Zygmunt Bauman

        Chapter Further

      2. Eichmann in Jerusalem: A Report on the Banality of Evil - Hannah Arendt

        Chapter Further

      3. Holocaust: a history - Debórah Dwork, Robert Jan Van Pelt c2002

        Book Further

      4. Bloodlands: Europe between Hitler and Stalin - Timothy Snyder c2010

        Book Further

      5. The Holocaust: origins, implementation, aftermath - Omer Bartov 2000

        Book Further

      6. The Holocaust and history: the known, the unknown, the disputed, and the reexamined - Michael Berenbaum, Abraham J. Peck, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum c1998

        Book Further

      7. The final solution: origins and implementation - David Cesarani 1994

        Book Further

      8. Architects of annihilation: Auschwitz and the logic of destruction - Götz Aly, Susanne Heim 2003

        Book Further

      9. Killing Space: The Final Solution as Population Policy - Omer Bartov

        Chapter Further

      10. 'Extermination through work': Jewish slave labour under the Third Reich - Donald Bloxham, Holocaust Educational Trust 1999

        Book Further

      11. Auschwitz, 1270 to the present - Robert Jan Van Pelt, Debórah Dwork 1996

        Book Further

      12. Nazi empire-building and the Holocaust in Ukraine - Wendy Lower, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum 2005

        Book Further

      13. “More Masculine Men, More Feminine Women”: The Iconography of Nazi Racial Hatreds’ - Claudia Koonz

        Chapter 

      14. The architect of genocide: Himmler and the final solution - Richard Breitman 1992

        Book 

      15. Hitler's empire: Nazi rule in occupied Europe - Mark Mazower 2009

        Book Further

      16. The foreign policy of the Third Reich - Klaus Hildebrand, Anthony Fothergill 1973

        Book Further

      17. Aspects of the Third Reich - H. W. Koch 1985

        Book Further Essays by Trevor-Roper and Aigner

      18. Hitler and the quest for world dominion - Geoffrey Stoakes 1986

        Book Further

      19. The Nazis and the Jews in Occupied Western Europe, 1940-1944 - Michael R. Marrus and Robert O. Paxton 1982

        Article Further

      20. All or nothing: the Axis and the Holocaust, 1941-1943 - Jonathan Steinberg 1990

        Book Further

      21. The Italians and the Holocaust: persecution, rescue, and survival - Susan Zuccotti c1996

        Book 

      22. The destruction of Romanian and Ukrainian Jews during the Antonescu era - Randolph L. Braham 1997

        Book 

      23. Inside Hitler's Greece: the experience of occupation, 1941-44 - Mark Mazower 1993

        Book Further

      24. The fragility of goodness: why Bulgaria's Jews survived the Holocaust - Tzvetan Todorov 2001

        Book 

      25. Beyond Hitler's grasp: the heroic rescue of Bulgaria's Jews - Michael Bar-Zohar 2001

        Book 

      26. The holocaust of Volhynian Jews, 1941-1944 - Shmuel Spector 1990

        Book 

      27. Vichy France and the Jews - Michael Robert Marrus, Robert O. Paxton 1995

        Book Further

      28. The Holocaust, the French, and the Jews - Susan Zuccotti 1999

        Book Further

      29. The Netherlands and Nazi Germany - L. de Jong 1990

        Book 

  5. 5: Perpetrators/Resistors/Rescuers 23 items
    1. Required Reading 2 items
      1. Resisting genocide: the multiple forms of rescue - Emma Bentley, Cynthia Schoch 2013

        Book Essential Please read as much as possible of the following: Introduction , 1, 2, 7, 9, 1, 11, 12, conclusion.

    2. Further reading 21 items
      1. On rescue during the Holocaust 21 items
        1. Flight and rescue : brichah - Bauer, Yehuda. 1970

          Book 

        2. Trauma: explorations in memory - Cathy Caruth 1995

          Book Further

        3. The Righteous: the unsung heroes of the Holocaust - Martin John Gilbert 2002

          Book Further

        4. Conscience & courage: rescuers of Jews during the Holocaust - Eva Fogelman 1995, c1994

          Book 

        5. Their Brothers Keepers - Philip Friedman 2011

          Book 

        6. Jews, Germans, and Allies: close encounters in occupied Germany - Atina Grossmann 2009

          Book Further

        7. Brutality and desire: war and sexuality in Europe's twentieth century - Dagmar Herzog 2009

          Book Further

        8. From guilt to shame: Auschwitz and after - Ruth Leys c2007

          Book Further

        9. Trauma: a genealogy - Ruth Leys 2000

          Book Further

        10. Altruism, intergroup apology, forgiveness, and reconciliation - Samuel P. Oliner, Piotr Olaf Zylicz 2008

          Book 

  6. 6: The ‘Silent Holocaust’: The Mayan Genocide 11 items
    1. Required Reading 3 items
      1. Introduction: Aftermath - Carlota McAllister, Diane M. Nelson

        Chapter Essential

      2. Guatemala - Roddy Brett

        Chapter Essential

    2. Further reading 8 items
      1. Testimony: death of a Guatemalan village - Victor Montejo c1987

        Book Recommended

      2. Terror in the land of the Holy Spirit: Guatemala under General Efraín Ríos Montt, 1982-1983 - Virginia Garrard-Burnett, Oxford Scholarship Online (Online service) 2010 (electronic resource)

        Book Further

      3. Buried secrets: truth and human rights in Guatemala - Victoria Sanford 2003

        Book Further

  7. 7: Communist Genocides in the USSR and Cambodia 107 items
    1. Required Reading 6 items
      1. A century of genocide: utopias of race and nation - Eric D. Weitz c2003

        Book Essential Please read pages 53-101 and pages 144-189.

      2. The specter of genocide: mass murder in historical perspective - Cambridge Books Online (Online service) 2003

        Book Essential Please read: Nicolas Werth, “The Mechanism of a Mass Crime: The Great Terror in the Soviet Union, 1937-1938,” pp 215-240; and Edward Kissi, “ Genocide in Cambodia and Ethiopia,” pp. 307-324.

      3. Genocide Studies Program - Yale

        Website Essential Yale University Cambodian Genocide Project: essential website for documents, maps, biographies, chronology, Pol Pot files, Son Sen files, Tuol Sleng (S-21), Santebal (special branch) and other material

      4. Documentation Center of Cambodia, Phnom Penh: very useful website containing testimonies, maps, photographs, legal documents, information on Khmer Rouge and more

         

        www.dccam.org/

         

        Please note: the above website does not appear to be available [01/06/2017]. You can still access the archives here: http://www.d.dccam.org/Archives/index.htm

      5. The Digital Archive of Cambodia Holocaust Survivors

        Webpage Essential Important website for images of victims of Red Khmer regime, and other testimonies

    2. Further reading 101 items
      1. On the Soviet Great Terror of the 1930s 48 items
        1. Bloodlands: Europe between Hitler and Stalin - Timothy Snyder c2010

          Book Further Please read chapters 2 and 3.

        2. Stalin's genocides - Norman M. Naimark, ProQuest (Firm) 2010

          Book 

        3. Stalinist Terror and the Question of Genocide - Barbara B. Green

          Chapter Further

        4. A century of violence in Soviet Russia - A. N. I͡Akovlev 2002

          Book 

        5. The Great Terror: Stalin's purge of the thirties - Robert Conquest 1973

          Book Further

        6. Stalin: breaker of nations - Robert Conquest 1991

          Book Further

        7. Kolyma: the Arctic death camps - Robert Conquest 1978

          Book Further

        8. Stalinism: new directions - Sheila Fitzpatrick 2000

          Book Further

        9. The Objectives of the Great Terror, 1937-1938 - Oleg Khlevniuk

          Chapter Further

        10. Stalinist terror: new perspectives - J. Arch Getty, Roberta Thompson Manning 1993

          Book Further

        11. The road to terror: Stalin and the self-destruction of the Bolsheviks, 1932-1939 - J. Arch Getty, Oleg V. Naumov 2010

          Book Further

        12. 1937: Stalin's year of terror - V. Z. Rogovin c1998

          Book 

        13. Ethnic cleansing in the USSR, 1937-1949 - J. Otto Pohl 1999

          Book 

        14. Stalinism: the essential readings - David L. Hoffmann 2003

          Book Further

        15. Night of stone: death and memory in Russia - Catherine Merridale 2000

          Book Further

        16. The unquiet ghost: Russians remember Stalin - Adam Hochschild 1995

          Book 

        17. The lesser evil: moral approaches to genocide practices - Helmut Dubiel, Gabriel Gideon Hillel Motzkin 2003

          Book Further

        18. Kolyma tales - Varlam Tikhonovich Shalamov 1994

          Book Further

        19. A world apart - Gustaw Herling-Grudziski 1996

          Book 

        20. Life and fate - Vasiliĭ Semenovich Grossman 2006

          Book 

        21. Journey into the whirlwind - Evgeniia Semenovna Ginzburg, Paul Stevenson, Max Hayward 1967

          Book Further

        22. Hope against hope: a memoir - Nadezhda Yakovlevna Mandel'shtam, Max Hayward 1999

          Book Further

        23. Man is wolf to man: surviving Stalin's Gulag - Janusz Bardach, Kathleen Gleeson 2003

          Book 

        24. Alexander Solzhenitsyn, The Gulag Archipelago 1918-1956, abridged ed. (1986)

          Please note: The Library does hold copies of  The Gulag Archipelago 1918-1956, Volumes 1, 2 and 3, however I was unable to locate the requested abridged edition (1986).

           

        25. The case of Comrade Tulayev - Victor Serge 1951

          Book Further

      2. On genocide in Cambodia 53 items
        1. The Ethnic Element in the Cambodian Genocide - Ben Kiernan

          Chapter 

        2. The Cambodian Genocide – 1975-1979 - Ben Kiernan

          Chapter Further

        3. The Cambodian Genocide: Issues and Responses - Ben Kiernan

          Chapter Further

        4. Revolution and its aftermath in Kampuchea: eight essays - David P. Chandler, Ben Kiernan, Anthony Barnett, Joint Committee on Southeast Asia c1983

          Book 

        5. A history of Cambodia - David P. Chandler 1983

          Book Further

        6. The tragedy of Cambodian history: politics, war, and revolution since 1945 - David P. Chandler c1991

          Book Further

        7. Pol Pot: the history of a nightmare - Philip Short 2004

          Book 

        8. Genocide in Cambodia: documents from the trial of Pol Pot and Ieng Sary - Howard J. De Nike, John B. Quigley, Kenneth J. Robinson c2000

          Book Further

        9. Pol Pot's little red book: the sayings of Angkar - Henri Locard 2004

          Book 

        10. Brother number one: a political biography of Pol Pot - David P. Chandler 2000

          Book 

        11. Cambodia 1975-1982 - Michael Vickery 1984

          Book Further

        12. Kampuchea: decade of the genocide : report of a Finnish inquiry commission - Kimmo Kiljunen, Kamputsea-tutkimuskomissio (Finland) 1984

          Book 

        13. The rise and demise of Democratic Kampuchea - Craig Etcheson 1984

          Book Further

        14. When the war is over - Stephen Becker 1973

          Book 

        15. Critical Asian Studies: Vol 34, No 4

          Journal Further Special issue on Conflict and Change in Cambodia, eds. Ben Kiernan and Caroline Hughes

        16. Sideshow: Kissinger, Nixon and the destruction of Cambodia - William Shawcross 1986

          Book Further

        17. Roots of Genocide: New Evidence on the US Bombardment of Cambodia | Cultural Survival - Ben Kiernan

          Article Further Ben Kiernan, ‘Roots of Genocide: New Evidence on the US Bombardment of Cambodia’, Cultural Survival Quarterly, 14:3 (1990)

        18. Asian Communist Regimes: The Other Experience of the Extreme - Jean-Louis Margolin

          Chapter Further

        19. Why did they kill?: Cambodia in the shadow of genocide - Alexander Laban Hinton c2005

          Book Further

        20. Annihilating difference: the anthropology of genocide - Alexander Laban Hinton c2002

          Book Further Please read: Toni Shapiro-Phim, ‘Dance, Music, and the Nature of Terror in Democratic Kampuchea’; and May Ebihara and Judy Ledgerwood, ‘Aftermaths of Genocide: Cambodian Villagers’

        21. The Cambodian Tuol Sleng Museum of Genocidal Crimes: National Narrative - Judy Ledgerwood

          Chapter Further

        22. Cambodia, a shattered society - Marie Alexandrine Martin c1994

          Book 

        23. Voices from S-21: terror and history in Pol Pot's secret prison - David P. Chandler 2000

          Book 

        24. Stay alive, my son - John Man, Pin Yathay 1988, ©1987

          Book 

        25. Cambodian witness: the autobiography of Someth May - Someth May, James Fenton 1986

          Book 

        26. Children of Cambodia's killing fields: memoirs by survivors - Kim DePaul, Dith Pran c1997

          Book Further

        27. To destroy you is no loss: the odyssey of a Cambodian family - JoAn D. Criddle c1998

          Book 

        28. Survival in the killing fields - Haing S. Ngor, Roger Warner, Haing S. Ngor 2003

          Book 

        29. When broken glass floats: growing up under the Khmer Rouge - Chanrithy Him 2001

          Book 

        30. Beyond the horizon: five years with the Khmer Rouge - Laurence Picq c1989

          Book 

        31. River of time - Jon Swain 1996

          Book 

        32. The gate - François Bizot 2004

          Book Further

  8. 8: Yugoslavia 48 items
    1. Required Reading 5 items
      1. A century of genocide: utopias of race and nation - Eric D. Weitz c2003

        Book Essential Please read pages 190-235.

      2. Crimes of war: what the public should know 2007

        Book Essential Please read sections on Ethnic cleansing, 175-178; Bosnia 66-72; the Yugoslav War Crimes Tribunal, 72-74; Concentration Camps, 121-125; and on Perfidy and Treachery, 316-317

      3. Memory, Trauma and Genocidal Nationalism - Larry Ray 1999

        Article Essential Larry Ray, ‘Memory, Trauma and Genocidal Nationalism’, Sociological Research Online, 4:2 (1999)

    2. Further reading 43 items
      1. The Holocaust and other genocides: history, representation, ethics 2002

        Book Further

      2. The Serbian project and its adversaries: a strategy of war crimes - James Gow c2003

        Book Further

      3. Journal of Genocide Research: Vol 8, No 3

        Journal Further Special issue on ‘Genocide in the Central Balkans’, ed. Cathie Carmichael

      4. The new killing fields: massacre and the politics of intervention - Nicolaus Mills, Kira Brunner c2002

        Book Further Please read part 2.

      5. Genocide after emotion: the postemotional Balkan War - Stjepan G. Meštrović 1996

        Book Further

      6. This time we knew: western responses to genocide in Bosnia - Thomas Cushman, Stjepan G. Meštrović c1996

        Book Further

      7. Averted Gaze: Genocide in Bosnia-Herzegovina - Tone Bringa

        Chapter Further

      8. The bridge betrayed: religion and genocide in Bosnia - Michael Anthony Sells c1996

        Book Further

      9. Slaughterhouse: Bosnia and the failure of the West - David Rieff c1995

        Book Further

      10. Genocide in Bosnia: the policy of "ethnic cleansing" - Norman Cigar c1995

        Book Further

      11. Balkan tragedy: chaos and dissolution after the Cold War - Susan L. Woodward 1995

        Book Further

      12. Heavenly Serbia: from myth to genocide - Branimir Anzulovic c1999

        Book Further

      13. The tenth circle of hell: a memoir of life in the death camps of Bosnia - Rezak Hukanović, Ammiel Alcalay 1997

        Book 

      14. Postcards from the grave - Emir Suljagić, Lejla Haverić, Bosnian Institute 2005

        Book 

      15. Raw memory: Prijedor, an "ethnic cleansing laboratory" - Isabelle Wesselingh, Arnaud Vaulerin, Bosnian Institute 2005

        Book 

      16. Madness visible: a memoir of war - Janine Di Giovanni, Askews and Holts 2005

        Book 

      17. Yugoslavia: Genocide and Modernity - Arne Johan Vetlesen

        Chapter Further

      18. On Genocide and Ethnic Cleansing 11 items
        1. War and Political Violence in Twentieth-Century Europe - Ian Kershaw 2005

          Article Further See also, response by Steve Smith.

        2. Comment on Kershaw - Steve Smith 2005

          Article Further See above article by Kershaw.

        3. Genocide before the Holocaust - Cathie Carmichael c2009

          Book Further

        4. Fires of hatred: ethnic cleansing in twentieth-century Europe - Norman M. Naimark c2001

          Book Further

        5. “Ethnic Cleansing”: A Metaphor for Our Time? - Akbar S. Ahmed

          Chapter Further

        6. The massacre in history - Mark Levene, Penny Roberts 1999

          Book Further

        7. Rivers of blood: a comparative study of government massacres - Brenda K. Uekert 1995

          Book 

  9. 9: Rwanda and Burundi 45 items
    1. Required Reading 6 items
      1. Crimes of war: what the public should know 2007

        Book Essential Please read section on Incitement to Genocide 325-338

      2. In God's name: genocide and religion in the twentieth century - Omer Bartov, Phyllis Mack 2001

        Book Essential Please read: Chapters: 5, 6, and 7

      3. Journal of Genocide Research: Vol 6, No 1

        Journal Essential Special issue on the Rwandan genocide.

      4. ICTR Cartoon Book 2011.pdf

        Webpage Essential Representation of Genocide in Rwanda in a cartoon book. See http://unictr.unmict.org/en/news/ictr-launches-cartoon-book-east-african-youth for more information.

    2. Further reading 39 items
      1. The order of genocide: race, power, and war in Rwanda - Scott Straus 2008

        Book Further

      2. Sacrifice as terror: the Rwandan genocide of 1994 - Christopher C. Taylor 1999

        Book Further

      3. The Cultural Face of Terror in the Rwandan Genocide of 1994 - Christopher C. Taylor

        Chapter Further

      4. The new killing fields: massacre and the politics of intervention - Nicolaus Mills, Kira Brunner c2002

        Book Further Please read: part 3.

      5. Imagined Olympians: body culture and colonial representation in Rwanda - John R. Bale c2002

        Book Further

      6. Brickyards to graveyards: from production to genocide in Rwanda - Villia Jefremovas c2002

        Book 

      7. Rwanda and genocide in the twentieth century - Alain Destexhe 1995

        Book Further

      8. Shake hands with the devil: the failure of humanity in Rwanda - Roméo Dallaire, Brent Beardsley 2004

        Book Further

      9. International citizens' tribunals: mobilizing public opinion to advance human rights - Arthur Jay Klinghoffer, Judith Apter Klinghoffer, Askews and Holts 2002

        Book 

      10. The limits of humanitarian intervention: genocide in Rwanda - Alan J. Kuperman c2001

        Book Further

      11. Aiding violence: the development enterprise in Rwanda - Peter Uvin 1998

        Book Further

      12. The role of France in the Rwandan genocide - Daniela Kroslak c2007

        Book 

      13. Intimate enemy: images and voices of the Rwandan genocide - Robert Lyons, Scott Straus 2006

        Book 

      14. A time for machetes: the Rwandan genocide - the killers speak - Jean Hatzfeld 2008

        Book Further

      15. Genocide in Rwanda: a collective memory - John A. Berry, Carol Pott Berry 1999

        Book 

      16. Journal of Genocide Research: Vol 11, No 1

        Journal Further Special issue on ‘Identity, Justice and “Reconciliation” in Contemporary Rwanda', ed. Nigel Eltringham.

      17. The great lakes of Africa: two thousand years of history - Jean-Pierre Chrétien 2006

        Book 

      18. Murambi: le livre des ossements - Boubacar Boris Diop 2000

        Book Further Please note: This is a French language book.

      19. A Sunday at the pool in Kigali - Gil Courtemanche, Askews and Holts 2004

        Book 

      20. The oldest orphan - Tierno Monénembo 2004

        Book 

      21. Speak Rwanda - Julian R. Pierce 1999

        Book 

  10. 10: Gender and Genocide 49 items
    1. Required Reading 4 items
      1. Crimes of war: what the public should know 2007

        Book Essential Please read section on sexual violence

      2. ‘And it was something we didn’t talk about’: Rape of Jewish Women during the Holocaust - Helene Sinnreich

        Article Essential Helen Sinnereich, “‘And It Was Something We Didn't Talk About:’ Rape of Jewish Women During the Holocaust,” Holocaust Studies: A Journal of Culture and History Volume 14 Autumn No. 2, 2008, 1-22.

    2. Further reading 45 items
      1. Journal of Genocide Research: Vol 4, No 1

        Journal Further Special issue on ‘gendercide’, ed. Adam Jones. The articles by Holter and Jones are of particular interest.

      2. Gendercide and genocide 2004

        Book Further

      3. Gender and catastrophe - Ronit Lentin 1997

        Book Further

      4. Rape as an Act of Genocide. - Rusell-Brown, Sherrie L. 2003

        Article Further

      5. Femicide: the politics of women killing - Jill Radford, Diana E. H. Russell 1992

        Book Further

      6. Femicide in global perspective - Diana E. H. Russell, Roberta A. Harmes c2001

        Book 

      7. Mass rape: the war against women in Bosnia-Herzegovina - Marion Faber 1994

        Book Further

      8. Muslim Women, Croatian Women, Serbian Women, Albanian Women… - Vesna Kesić

        Chapter 

      9. Rwanda, not so innocent: when women become killers - African Rights 1995

        Book 

      10. Shattered lives: sexual violence during the Rwandan genocide and its aftermath - Human Rights Watch/Africa, Women's Rights Project (Human Rights Watch), Fédération internationale des droits de l'homme c1996

        Book 

      11. Chapter 4 of Sacrifice as terror: the Rwandan genocide of 1994 - Christopher C. Taylor

        Chapter Further

      12. In the Shadows: Women, Power and Politics in Cambodia - Kate Frieson

        Document Further Kate Frieson, ‘In the Shadows: Women, Power and Politics in Cambodia’, University of Victoria Centre for Asia-Pacific Initiatives Occasional Papers, 26 (2001)

      13. Sexual Violence in the Holocaust: Unique and Typical? - Doris L. Bergen

        Article Further

      14. Does Atrocity Have a Gender? Women in the SS - Susannah Heschel

        Article Further

      15. The women and war reader - Lois Ann Lorentzen, Jennifer E. Turpin c1998

        Book Further

      16. States of conflict: gender, violence and resistance - Susie Jacobs, Ruth Jacobson, Jennifer Marchbank c2000

        Book 

      17. Victims, perpetrators or actors?: gender, armed conflict and political violence - Caroline O. N. Moser, Fiona C. Clark 2001

        Book 

      18. War and gender: how gender shapes the war system and vice versa - Joshua S. Goldstein 2001

        Book Further

      19. German atrocities, 1914: a history of denial - John N. Horne, Alan Kramer c2001

        Book Further

  11. 11: Conclusion/Revision 0 items
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