Table of contents for Teaching about genocide : issues, approaches, and resources / edited by Samuel Totten.

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Introduction vii
Samuel Totten
1. Issues of Rationale: Teaching About Genocide 1
Samuel Totten
2. Educating About Genocide, Yes: But What Kind of Education? 17
Carol Rittner
3. The History of Genocide: An Overview 23
Paul R. Bartrop and Samuel Totten
4. Wrestling with the Definition of "Genocide" : A Critical Task 57
Samuel Totten
5. Defining Genocide: Issues and Resolutions 75
Henry R. Huttenbach
6. "Case Studies" of Genocide Perpetrated in the Twentieth Century 93
Case Study 1: The Armenian Genocide 95
Richard G. Hovannisian
Case Study 2: The Soviet Manmade Famine in Ukraine 111
James Mace
Case Study 3: The Holocaust 119
Michael Berenbaum
Case Study 4: The Indonesian Genocide of 1965-1966 133
Robert Cribb
Case Study 5: Bangladesh Genocide 143
Rounaq Jahan
Case Study 6: The Burundi Genocide 155
René Lemarchand
Case Study 7: The Cambodian Genocide 169
Craig Etcheson
Case Study 8: The 1988 Anfal Operations in Iraqi Kurdistan 181
Michiel Leezenberg
Case Study 9: Genocide in Bosnia 193
Eric Markusen
Case Study 10: The Rwanda Genocide 203
René Lemarchand 203
7. Instructional Strategies and Learning Activities: 215
Teaching About Genocide
Samuel Totten 215
8. Conducting a Comparative Study of Genocide: 239
Rationale and Methodology
Henry R. Huttenbach
9. Human Rights, Genocide, and Social Responsibility 249
William R. Fernekes and Samuel Totten
10. The Intervention and Prevention of Genocide: 275
Where There is the Political Will, There is a Way
Samuel Totten
11. Select Annotated Bibliography: Teaching About Genocide 299
Samuel Totten
About the Contributors 323

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Genocide Study and teaching, Genocide Case studies