New Books in Genocide Studies

Interviews with Scholars of Genocide about their New Books

https://newbooksnetwork.com/category/politics-society/genocide-studies/

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episode 101: Christopher E. Mauriello, "Forced Confrontations: The Politics of Dead Bodies in Germany at the End of World War II" (Lexington Books, 2017)


Mauriello attempts to recreate the emotional and traumatic reactions these men had when confronted with the worst of Nazi Germany...


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episode 100: Mark Roseman, "Lives Reclaimed: A Story of Rescue and Resistance in Nazi Germany" (Metropolitan Books, 2019)


What makes some people aid the persecuted while others just stand by?


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 2019-09-20  1h5m
 
 

episode 99: Alex J. Kay, "The Making of an SS Killer: the Life of Colonel Alfred Filbert, 1905-1990" (Cambridge UP, 2016)


Focusing on the actions and consequences of a “front-line Holocaust perpetrator”, Kay’s biographies diverges drastically with the traditional bios of other more well-known Nazis...


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 2019-09-16  47m
 
 

episode 98: Jeffrey Ostler, "Surviving Genocide: Native Nations and the United States from the American Revolution to Bleeding Kansas" (Yale UP, 2019)


Ostler’s book documents the resilience of Native people, showing how they survived genocide in the face of serious and diverse threats to their existence...


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 2019-09-11  53m
 
 

episode 52: Alma Jeftić, "Social Aspects of Memory: Stories of Victims and Perpetrators from Bosnia-Herzegovina" (Routledge, 2019)


Jeftić presents the compelling results of an empirical psychological study on how ordinary people remember war...


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 2019-09-02  57m
 
 

episode 97: Evgeny Finkel, "Ordinary Jews: Choice and Survival during the Holocaust" (Princeton UP, 2017)


Can there be a political science of the Holocaust?


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 2019-08-22  1h0m
 
 

episode 96: Maureen S. Hiebert, "Constructing Genocide and Mass Violence: Society, Crisis, Identity" (Routledge, 2017)


How can this happen? If there's any question that people interested in genocide ask, it's this one.


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 2019-08-16  1h9m
 
 

episode 93: David Gaunt, "Let Them Not Return" (Berghahn Books, 2017)


The book functions in some ways like an invitation—an invitation to learn something about peoples and suffering about which we know little,..


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 2019-08-13  52m
 
 
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 2019-08-07  52m
 
 

episode 56: Reinhart Kössler, "Namibia and Germany: Negotiating the Past" (U Namibia Press, 2015)


Only in 2015, 100 years after the end of formal German rule, has the German government begun to atone for the Herero/Nama genocide...


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 2019-07-24  1h0m