Vol. 30 – Spring 2014

  • Editor’s Note 1
    From the Executive Director 2
    Letter from the President 3
    Special Section: Genocide in World History
    Settler Colonialism and Genocide: When Hunter-gatherers and Commercial Stock Farmers Clash, Mohamed Adhikari (University of Cape Town) 5
    Determinism to Agency: Exploring Environmental Origins and Reciprocal Models of Genocide in Rwanda and Namibia, Gary Marquardt (Westminster College) 10
    Academic Space and the Cambodian Genocide, JoAnn DiGeorgio-Lutz (Texas A&M Galveston) & Adam Haney (Texas A&M University-Commerce) 16
    “Never Again?” Some Reflections and A Syllabus for A Class on Comparative Genocide, Louisa Rice (University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire) 20
    Genocide in World History: A Course, Tom Taylor (Seattle University) 23
    Pizza, Rice and Kebabs: Migration and Restaurants, Alberto Grandi (University of Parma) 27
    Conference Reports 34
    Council Update 36

Volume 30 - Spring 2014


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