Journal of Genocide Research 22 (2020), 3

Journal of Genocide Research 22 (2020), 3.

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A. Dirk Moses (Sydney) in Verbindung mit Cathie Carmichael (East Anglia, Norwich), Marcia Esparza (John Jay College, New York), Subhasish Ray (National University Singapore)
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A. Dirk Moses (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill) in Verbindung mit Ulrike Capdepón (University of Konstanz, Germany); Diana Dumitru (Ion Creangă State University, Chişinău, Moldova); Rachel Ibreck (Goldsmiths, University of London, UK); Subhashish Ray (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
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The editors of the Journal of Genocide Research (journal of the International Network of Genocide Scholars - are pleased to announce the publication of this year's third issue.


“Betwixt and Between: Trauma, Survival and the Aboriginal Troopers of the Queensland Native Mounted Police”
Heather Burke, Bryce Barker, Lynley A. Wallis, Sarah Craig, Michelle Combo

Between Apartheid, the Holocaust and the Nakba: Archbishop Desmond Tutu’s Pilgrimage to Israel-Palestine (1989) and the Performance of an Analogical Lexicon
Roni Mikel Arieli

Forum: Colonialism, Slavery, and the Holocaust

The Holocaust and Slavery? Working Towards A Comparative History of Genocide and Mass Violence
Jan Burzlaff

Response to Jan Burzlaff’s Review of Steven T. Katz, The Holocaust and New World Slavery
Steven T. Katz

Comparing Causes of Death in the Holocaust with the Tragedy of the Indigenous
Peoples of Spanish America: The View of David E. Stannard
Steven T. Katz

True Believer: The Uniqueness of Steven T. Katz
David Stannard

Book Forum: Paul Thomas Chamberlin. The Cold War’s Killing Fields Rethinking the Long Peace (New York: HarperCollins, 2018)

World War III
Tarak Barkawi

The End of the World as We Know It: The Cold War’s Killing Fields and the Origins of Modern Conflict
Jessica Chapman

Finding Hope in the Cold War’s Killing Fields
Jess Melvin

Dilemmas in the Interpretation of Global Conflict in the “Cold War” Period
Martin Shaw

“The ‘Long Peace’ in Asia”
Srinath Raghavan

Mapping the Violence of the Cold War Age
Paul Chamberlin

Journal of Genocide Research 22 (2020), 3. in: H-Soz-Kult, 31.07.2020, <>.
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