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Four Volume Set
Edited by:
  • Adam Jones - University of British Columbia, Canada

December 2008 | 1 664 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
The SAGE Library of International Relations brings together the most influential and field-defining articles, both classical and contemporary, in a number of key areas of research and inquiry in International Relations.

Each multi-volume set represents a collection of the essential published works collated from the foremost publications in the field by an editor or editorial team of renowned international stature.

They also include a full introduction, presenting a rationale for the selection and mapping out the discipline's past, present and likely future.

This series is designed to be a 'gold standard' for university libraries throughout the world with an interest in International Relations.

This four-volume set provides a comprehensive collection of classic and contemporary works on genocide sourced from a wide range of disciplines including international relations, international law, anthropology, psychology, history and sociology.

Volume I highlights the legal framings of genocide and deploys some of the key theoretical contributions of the academic field of comparative genocide studies.

Volume II seeks to provide both an empirical and an argumentative survey of key genocides in human history, particularly those of the modern period.

Volume III focuses on the rich debates over human beings' agency in genocide, and the political, psychological, sociological, and anthropological perspectives that illuminate it.

Volume IV explores diverse strategies of genocide prevention, and the spirited debate over humanitarian intervention and post-genocide peace building and restitution.

Volume 1: Genocide in Theory and Law
Genocide Raphael Lemkin
Origins of the Legal Prohibition of Genocide William A. Schabas
Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of Crime of Genocide United Nations
The Crime of State: Penal protection for fundamental freedoms of persons and people Pieter Drost
Revised and Updated Report on the Question of the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide Benjamin Whitaker
Intent without Intent John Quigley
The Genocidal State: An overview Leo Kuper
What is Genocide? Kurt Jonassohn
Elements of Genocidal Conflict: Social Groups, Social Destruction and War, Martin Shaw
A Typology of Genocide Vahakn N. Dadrian
Eight Stages of Genocide Gregory H. Stanton
Genocide as a Form of War Martin Shaw
Revolution and Genocide Robert Melson
Power, Genocide and Mass Murder R.J. Rummel
Mass Killing and Genocide Benjamin A. Valentino
The Dark Side of Democracy: The Modern Tradition of Ethnic and Political Cleansing Michael Mann
The Birth of the Ostland out of the Spirit of Colonialism: A Postcolonial Perspective on the Nazi Policy of Conquest and extermination Jurgen Zimmerer
Why Is the Twentieth Century the Century of Genocide? Mark Levene
Genocide and Anthropology Alexander Laban Hinton
Toward a Vocabulary of Massacre and Genocide Jacques Semelin
No Lessons Learned from the Holocaust? Assessing Risks of Genocide and Political Mass Murder since 1955 Barbara Harff
Rape, Genocide, and Women's Human Rights Catharine A. MacKinnon
The Genocidal Continuum: Peace-time Crimes Nancy Scheper-Hughes
On Suffering and Structural Violence: A view from below Paul Farmer
Volume 2: Genocide in History
On Cases from Antiquity and Melos Frank Chalk and Kurt Jonassohn
The First Genocide: Carthage, 146 BC Ben Kiernan
The Conquest of America Tzvetan Todorov
The Vendée - A Paradigm Shift? Mark Levene
The Zulu Kingdom as a Genocidal and Post-genocidal Society, c. 1810 to the Present Michael R. Mahoney
Patterns of Frontier Genocide, 1803-1910: The Aboriginal Tasmanians, the Yuki of California, and the herero of Namibia Benjamin Madley
Relations of Genocide in U.S. History Tony Barta
The Question of Genocide in U.S. History Jeffrey C. Ostler
Red Rubber: The story of the rubber slave trade flourishing on the Congo in the year of grace E.D. Morel
A Reckoning Adam Hochschild
Rethinking the Unthinkable: Toward an understanding of the Armenian genocide Ronald Grigor Suny
'Kill All, Burn All, Loot All': The Nanking Massacre of December 1937 and Japanese policy in China Callum MacDonald
Precedents Raul Hilberg
The Death Factory Wolfgang Sofsky
The Uniqueness of the Holocaust: The historical dimension Steven T. Katz
Uniqueness as Denial: The politics of genocide scholarship David Stannard
The National Socialist Solution of the Gypsy Question Michael Zimmermann
Genocide in Bangladesh Rounaq Jahan
The Cambodian Genocide - 1975-1979 Ben Kiernan
Distinguishing Genocide from War Crimes: Vietnam and Afghanistan re-examined Helen Fein
Introduction Human Rights Watch
Genocide in Bosnia and Herzegovina Eric Marjusen and Martin Mennecke
Introduction Alison Des Forges
Disconnecting the Threads: Rwanda and the holocaust reconsidered René Lemarchand
Volume 3: Perpetrators, Victims, Bystanders, Rescuers
Eichmann in Jerusalem: A report on the banality of evil Hannah Arendt
The Psychology of Bystanders, Perpetrators, and Heroic Helpers Ervin Staub
Lethal Cogs Alex Alvarez
Killers of Conviction: Groups, ideology, and extraordinary evil James Waller
The Dilemma of Obedience Stanley Milgram
Interpersonal Dynamics in a Simulated Prison Craig Haney, Curtis Banks and Philip Zimbardo
Ordinary Men Christopher R. Browning
Explaining the Perpetrators' Actions: Assessing the competing explanations Daniel Jonah Goldhagen
German Soldiers and the Holocaust: Historiography, research and implications Omer Bartov
The Uniqueness and Normality of the Holocaust Zygmunt Bauman
The Gray Zone Primo Levi
Learning from Nazi Genocide Robert Jay Lifton and Eric Markusen
A Head for an Eye: Revenge in the Cambodian genocide Alexander Laban Hinton
Conclusion Scott Straus
Middleman Minorities and Genocide Walter P. Zenner
The Dialectics of Hate and Desire: Tutsi women and Hutu extremism Christopher C. Taylor
Gendercide and Genocide Adam Jones
Surfacing Children: Limitations of genocidal rape discourse R. Charli Carpenter
Moral Heroism and Extensivity Samuel P. Oliner and Pearl M. Oliner
Whoever Saves a Single Life Emmy E. Werner
Volume 4: Prevention, Intervention, and Accountability
The Challenge of Genocide and Genocidal Politics in an Era of Globalisation Richard Falk
The Sovereign Territorial State: The right to genocide Leo Kuper
The United States and Genocide Law: A history of ambivalence Samantha Power
Bystanders to Genocide: Why the United States let the Rwandan genocide happen Samantha Power
'Some People and not Others' and 'Ethics Humanized' Jonathan Glover
Reflections on how Genocidal Killings are Brought to an End Alex de Waal and Bridget Conley-Zilkic
A New Approach: 'The Responsibility to Protect' and 'The Operational Dimension' International Commission on Intervention and State Sovereignty
Arguing for Humanitarian Intervention Michael Walzer
Humanitarian Intervention and International Society Nicholas J. Wheeler
East Timor and the New Humanitarian Interventionism Nicholas J. Wheeler and Tim Dunne
Military Expedients against Genocide John G. Heidenrich
An International Peace Army: A proposal for the long-range future Israel W. Charny
Looking Away Stephen Holmes
Suicidal Rebellions and the Moral Hazard of Humanitarian Intervention Alan J. Kuperman
Vengeance and Forgiveness Martha Minow
The Quest for Justice Aryeh Neier
On the Hazards of Foreign Travel for Dictators and Other International Criminals Marc Weller
Institutional Responses to Genocide and Mass Atrocity Ernesto Verdeja
International Citizens' Tribunals on Human Rights Arthur Jay Klinghoffer
The Psychology and Politics of Genocide Denial: A comparison of four case studies Henry R. Huttenbach
Leaving the Past Alone Priscilla B. Hayner
The Politics of Apology Colin Tatz
Toward a Theory of Restitution Elazar Barkan

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ISBN: 9781847870223