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Time, indigeneity, and peoplehood: the postcolony in Australia
Despite many differences between settler colonial states and the African successor states of the European empires, some important parallels are identifiable in the debates among their blackExpand
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Genocide and settler society : frontier violence and stolen indigenous children in Australian history
" ...often new, probing and rich examinations of the takeover of a continent by white Anglos and the long-term impact ...the book is replete with detailed and meticulously sourced information on theExpand
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Raphael Lemkin, Culture, and the Concept of Genocide
‘In the beginning was Raphael Lemkin’ is effectively how the conventional accounts of the genocide concept begin. As the coiner of the word and ‘father of the genocide convention’, his person is heldExpand
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The Nigeria–Biafra war: postcolonial conflict and the question of genocide
The Nigeria–Biafra war that raged between 1967 and 1970 made headlines around the world, above all for the major famine in the secessionist enclave of Biafra, and prompted a major internationalExpand
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The Non-German German and the German German: Dilemmas of Identity after the Holocaust
Whoever thou art . . . by ceasing to take part . . . in the public worship of God, as it now is (with the claim that it is the Christianity of the New Testament), thou hast constantly one guilt theExpand
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Official apologies, reconciliation, and settler colonialism: Australian indigenous alterity and political agency
The burgeoning literature on transitional justice, truth commissions, reconciliation and official apologies tends to ignore the conditions of settler states in which ‘reconciliation’ needs to takeExpand
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Conceptual blockages and definitional dilemmas in the 'racial century': genocides of indigenous peoples and the Holocaust
Moses argues that the study of indigenous genocides and the Holocaust is marred by dogmatically held positions of rival scholarly communities, reflecting the genocidal traumas of the ethnic groupsExpand
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Empire, colony, genocide : conquest, occupation, and subaltern resistance in world history
Preface A. Dirk Moses SECTION I: INTELLECTUAL HISTORY AND CONCEPTUAL QUESTIONS Chapter 1. Empire, Colony, Genocide: Keywords and the Philosophy of History A. Dirk Moses Chapter 2. Anti-colonialism inExpand
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Structure and Agency in the Holocaust: Daniel J. Goldhagen and His Critics
A striking aspect of the so-called Goldhagen debate has been the bifurcated reception Hitler's Willing Executioners has received: the enthusiastic welcome of journalists and the public was as warm asExpand
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The Canadian Museum for Human Rights: the ‘uniqueness of the Holocaust’ and the question of genocide
This article analyzes the debate about the controversial Canadian Museum for Human Rights by reconstructing the efforts to establish a government-sponsored Holocaust museum from the late 1990s. ThisExpand
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