Table of contents for Pioneers of genocide studies / Samuel Totten, Steven Leonard Jacobs, editors.

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1. Finding the Words
Rouben Paul Adalian
2. Confronting the Armenian Genocide
Richard G. Hovannisian
3. Vita Felix, Via Dolorosa: An Academic Journey
Towards Genocide
Henry R. Huttenbach
4. Facts and Values: A Personal Intellectual
James E. Mace
5. The Questioner
Yves Ternon
Political Scientists
6. A German-Born Genocide Scholar
Barbara Harff
7. Studying Genocide to Protect Life
Herbert Hirsch
8. How I Came to the Study of Genocide
Kurt Jonassohn

9. My Journey in the Study of Genocide
Robert Melson
10. From the Study of War and Revolution to
Democide-Power Kills
R. J. Rummel
11. Who is My Neighbor?
Roger W. Smith
12. Breaking the Membrane
Colin Tatz
13. From Social Action to Social Theory and Back:
Paths and Circles
Helen Fein
14. The Quest for Scholarship in My Pathos for
the Armenian Tragedy and Its Victims
Vahakn N. Dadrian
15. Gauging Genocide: Social Science Dimensions
and Dilemmas
Irving Louis Horowitz
16. Leo Kuper: A Giant Pioneer
Israel W. Charny
17. My Path to Genocide Studies
Eric Markusen
Lawyers and Jurists
18. Bearing Witness
M. Cherif Bassiouni
19. Totally Unofficial Man
Raphael Lemkin

20. The Call
Gregory H. Stanton
21. A Passion for Life and Rage at the
Wasting of Life
Israel W. Chamy
22. The Roots and Prevention of Genocide and
Other Collective Violence: A Life's Work
Shaped by a Child's Experience
Ervin Staub
23. From Holocaust to Genocide:
The Journey Continues
Steven Leonard Jacobs
Independent Scholars
24. Confronting Genocide in Cambodia
David Hawk
25. A Matter of Conscience
Samuel Totten


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Genocide Study and teaching