The editors of the Journal of Genocide Research (journal of the International Network of Genocide Scholars) are pleased to announce the publication of special issue on "1965 Today: Living with the Indonesian Massacres," guest edited by Martijn Eickhoff, Gerry van Klinken and Geoffrey Robinson.
1965 today: living with the Indonesian massacresMartijn Eickhoff, Gerry van Klinken and Geoffrey Robinson
‘Down to the very roots’: the Indonesian army’s role in the mass killings of 1965-66Geoffrey Robinson
Mechanics of mass murder: a case for understanding the Indonesian killings as genocideJess Melvin
Contesting victimhood in the Indonesian anti-communist violence and its implications for justice for the victims of the 1968 south Blitar Trisula operation in East Java.Vannessa Hearman
The memory landscapes of ‘1965’ in SemarangMartijn Eickhoff, Donny Danardono, Tjahjono Rahardjo and Hotmauli Sidabalok
Exposing impunity: memory and human rights activism in Indonesia and ArgentinaKatharine McGregor
Sexual violence as torture: crimes against humanity during the 1965–1966 killings in IndonesiaAnnie Pohlman
Genocide finally enters public discourse: the International People’s Tribunal 1965Aboeprijadi Santoso and Gerry van Klinken
EpilogueIndonesia in the Global Context of Genocide and Transitional JusticeUğur Ümit Üngör and Nanci Adler
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