Table of contents for Identity politics in the age of genocide : the Holocaust and historical representation / David B. MacDonald.

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¿	Acknowledgements
¿	¿Introduction: The Holocaust and Identity Politics¿
¿	Chapter 1: ¿Cosmopolitanizing the Holocaust: From the Eichmann Trial to Identity Politics¿
¿	Chapter 2: ¿Considering Holocaust Uniqueness: From Hebrew Peoplehood to the Americanization of Memory¿
¿	Chapter 3: ¿Colonialism, Genocide, and Indigenous Rights: America, Australia, and New Zealand¿
¿	Chapter 4: ¿Uncle Sam¿s Willing Executioners? Indigenous Genocide and Representation in the United States¿
¿	Chapter 5: ¿Australia: Aboriginal Genocide and the Holocaust¿
¿	Chapter 6: ¿Indigenous History Through the Prism of the Holocaust: New Zealand Maori¿
¿	Chapter 7: ¿The Armenian Genocide: The Politics of Recognition and Denial¿
¿	Chapter 8: ¿The Armenian Genocide and Contemporary Holocaust Scholarship¿
¿	Chapter 9: ¿Nanking, The Chinese Holocaust, and Japanese Atomic Victim Exceptionalism¿
¿	Chapter 10: ¿Serbs, Croats, and the Dismemberment of Yugoslavia: War and Genocide in the Twentieth Century¿
¿	Chapter 11: ¿Serbophobia and Victimhood: Serbia and the Successor Wars in Yugoslavia¿
¿	¿Conclusions¿

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Genocide -- Historiography.
Genocide -- History -- Case studies.
Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Historiography.