A draft of my review of Christopher Powell, Barbaric Civilization: A Critical Sociology of Genocide, for the forthcoming special issue of Sociology on The Sociology of Human Rights.
George Monbiot has written an interesting take in The Guardian on 'left-wing' denial of the Srebrenica genocidal massacre and the Rwandan genocide, Left and libertarian right cohabit in the weird world of the genocide belittlers. Monbiot refers to the recent book by Edward Herman (Noam Chomsky's collaborator of four decades) and David Peterson, with a… Continue reading ‘Left-wing’ genocide denial
Three new contributions, on related themes, to the new issue of Journal of Genocide Research: 1. Jürgen Matthäus; Martin Shaw; Omer Bartov; Doris Bergen; Donald Bloxham, Donald Bloxham, The Final Solution: A Genocide (review forum), 13, 1 and 2, 2011, 107 - 152. Read a draft of my contribution. 2. Martin Shaw, Jeffrey Alexander et al., Remembering the Holocaust:… Continue reading The Holocaust, Stalin’s genocides and the future of genocide research
New article published in the British Journal of Sociology, 62, 1, 2011. Click here to view a draft version.
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published in European History Quarterly 40, 2, 2010 (scroll down for review) Review of Cooper, Lemkin, for European History Quarterly.pdf
OK, so I've just completed another round of posting of old material. Honestly, it's the last. Now all my online reviews since 1999 are searchable in this blog, using the categories 'reviews', 'genocide reviews' and 'war reviews'. There's some good material in them, but from now on, I promise, it will be new writing.