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- Christian-Jewish Relations
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- James Waller
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- Rachel Margolis
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Category Archives: Genocide Awareness Lecture
Why is there very little said about the German influence on Turkey, prior to, during, and after the Genocide?
Can you comment on the idea that drought in sub-saharan Africa gives rise to genocidal acts?
Question from the audience: Prof. Bloxham spoke of particular problems that can be identified prior to a turn to homicidal genocide. Can you speak to moments or ways to ‘catch’ a genocide before it reaches its full potential, or even … Continue reading
Question from the audience: To what degree do you see contextual factors at work in the U.S. occupation of Iraq that has led to wanton killing of the civilian population?
Question from the audience: How does the increasing population increase the violence? Would you consider the crusade movement in Jerusalem to be genocide?
Question from the audience: How can we reconcile contrasts and comparisons between the Holocaust and other genocides?
Question from the audience: How do we go about healing a genocidal world? How should we deal with the Armenian genocide? What should the international community do to preserve its memory?
Question from the audience: Is the study of genocide bolstered or hampered by the ethno-religious attachments of the individuals who would study genocides? That is, do particular nationalistic affiliations render genocide studies hopelessly subjective? Does scholarly rigor and political effectiveness … Continue reading
Question from the audience: Thinking about genocides not as “volcanic” episodes, but as “landscapes”: What are the conditions that characterize colonial societies? Within such societies, what conditions give rise to the ethnic violence that commands popular attention? In nations such … Continue reading
Question from the audience: What steps can we take toward a new definition or a new way to intervene with genocide?