Table of contents for The historiography of genocide / edited by Dan Stone.


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Introduction; D.Stone * PARTI: CONCEPTS * Defining Genocide; A.Curthoys & J.Docker * Problems of Comparative Genocide Scholarship; A.Weiss-Wendt * Conceptions of Genocide and Perceptions of History; D.Moshman * Collective Violence and the Shifting Categories of Communal Riots, Ethnic Cleansing and Genocide; V.Das * Cultural Genocide in Australia; R.van Krieken * Genocide and Modernity; A.D.Moses * Religion and Genocide: A Historiographical Survey; D.L.Bergen * Gender and Genocide; A.Jones * Prosecuting Genocide; W.Schabas * PART II: CASE STUDIES * Genocide in the AmericaS; A.A.Cave * Decent Disposal: Australian Historians and the Recovery of Genocide; T.Barta * Colonial Genocide: The Herero and Nama War (1904-1908) in German Southwest Africa and its Significance; J.Zimmerer * The Armenian Genocide; D.Bloxham & F.M.Göçek * The Holocaust and its Historiography; D.Stone * The Crimes of the Stalinist Regime: Outline for an Inventory and Classification; N.Werth * The Partition of India; I.Talbot * Mao’s China: The Worst Non-Genocidal Regime?; J-L.Margolin * Documentation Delayed, Justice Denied: The Historiography of the Cambodian Genocide;B.Kiernan * Mass Killings and Images of Genocide in Bosnia, 1941-45 and 1992-95; R.M.Hayden * The Historiography of the Rwandan Genocide; S.Straus * !Si Hubo Genocidio in Guatemala! Yes There Was Genocide in Guatemala!; V.Sanford * Genocides of Indigenous Peoples; R.K.Hitchcock & T.E.Koperski



Introduction; D.Stone * PARTI: CONCEPTS * Defining Genocide; A.Curthoys & J.Docker * Problems of Comparative Genocide Scholarship; A.Weiss-Wendt * Conceptions of Genocide and Perceptions of History; D.Moshman * Collective Violence and the Shifting Categories of Communal Riots, Ethnic Cleansing and Genocide; V.Das * Cultural Genocide in Australia; R.van Krieken * Genocide and Modernity; A.D.Moses * Religion and Genocide: A Historiographical Survey; D.L.Bergen * Gender and Genocide; A.Jones * Prosecuting Genocide; W.Schabas * PART II: CASE STUDIES * Genocide in the AmericaS; A.A.Cave * Decent Disposal: Australian Historians and the Recovery of Genocide; T.Barta * Colonial Genocide: The Herero and Nama War (1904-1908) in German Southwest Africa and its Significance; J.Zimmerer * The Armenian Genocide; D.Bloxham & F.M.Göçek * The Holocaust and its Historiography; D.Stone * The Crimes of the Stalinist Regime: Outline for an Inventory and Classification; N.Werth * The Partition of India; I.Talbot * Mao’s China: The Worst Non-Genocidal Regime?; J-L.Margolin * Documentation Delayed, Justice Denied: The Historiography of the Cambodian Genocide;B.Kiernan * Mass Killings and Images of Genocide in Bosnia, 1941-45 and 1992-95; R.M.Hayden * The Historiography of the Rwandan Genocide; S.Straus * !Si Hubo Genocidio in Guatemala! Yes There Was Genocide in Guatemala!; V.Sanford * Genocides of Indigenous Peoples; R.K.Hitchcock & T.E.Koperski




Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Genocide -- History.
Crimes against humanity -- History.