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Submissions from 2018

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The understanding of the traditional and modern concept of customary international law on Genocide through the Judgements delivered by the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY), Manjida Ahamed

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Denying Genocide: Renewed Dehumanization and Rejection of Victims as Knowers, Melanie Altanian

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The Spatial Turn in Holocaust Studies: Urban Experience in Breslau Autobiographical Writing, Annelies Augustyns

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Struggles over the Military Archives and Political Disputes in Post-dictatorship Argentina (2003-2015), Cinthia Balé

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The Geopolitics of Genocide in the Middle East: Armenian Terrorism and Israeli-Turkish Relations (1980-1985), Eldad Ben-Aharon

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Lawfare and Genocide in Iraq: ISIS, the Anbar Uprising, and Operation Inherent Resolve, Ross Caputi

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The Reception of Survivors of the Shoah in Buenos Aires, Recreated in Their Narratives, Malena Chinski

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Dealing with assumed “Jewish Collaboration”- Honor Court Trials, Social Court Trials and Judicial Trials Against Shoah Survivors in post-national- socialist Germany, Philipp Dinkelaker

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Not six million nor thirty thousand. From "Holocaust revisionism" to State terrorism denial in Argentina, 1973-1990, Boris Matías Grinchpun

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Mapping Catastrophe: Maps of Treblinka from the Oneg Shabbat Archive, Hamutal Jackobson Girshengorn

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Then, My Father Gave Me a Rope, Nomi Landau

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Holocaust memory and its mediation by teachers: intersecting local, national, global and cultural memories in Lincolnshire classrooms, Heather Mann

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Locally Sourced Hate, Locally Sourced Resistance: Dynamics of Mass Violence in the Municipality of Vukovar from the Killing Pits of Dudik to Jasenovac Death Camp, 1941-1943, Danijel Matijevic

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‘Misleading and inaccurate’: The Auschwitz classroom resources and the politics of Holocaust education in 1980s Britain, CHAD MCDONALD

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The Perpetrators’ Gaze. SS Photos from Concentration Camps, Lukas Meissel

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“I think it is [the] Mother Who Keeps Things Going”: The Gendered Division of Labor in the Transmission of Memory of the Armenian Genocide, Öndercan Muti

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WOMEN AND MEN IN THE LABOR CAMP SEREĎ, SLOVAKIA (1941 – 1945), Denisa Nešťáková

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The Meck Affair – A case of Micro History as a Reflection of Ghetto Inner Life, Rami Neudorfer

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Josef Zelkowicz and the Circle of Intellectuals in the Lodz Ghetto, Yaron Nir Freisager

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Into the Abyss: Mise-en-Abîme, Multidirectional Memory, and the Armenian Genocide in Atom Egoyan’s Ararat, Nora Nunn

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Jewish Partisans in Lithuania and West Belarus during the Second World War and the Holocaust, 1941–1944, Daniela Ozacky-Stern

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Holocaust Education at a German Site of Memory: Site Educators as Mediators of Memory, Irene Ann Resenly

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Centers of Terror: The Offices of the Commanders of the Security Police and the Security Service in the Reich Commissariat Ukraine, Christian Schmittwilken

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Rudolf Höss – Work Behaviour, Interpersonal Relations and Private Life of a Concentration Camp Commandant, Anna-Raphaela Schmitz

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Visits to Nazi Concentration Camps, Kerstin Schwenke

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The Holocaust in the Soviet Memory Culture of World War II, Alexandra Tcherkasski

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Making the Altreich “judenrein”: Excluding Jews from their Homeland in Nazi Germany, Teresa Walch

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The Materialisation of Sobibór Death Camp, Hannah Wilson

Submissions from 2017

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The Accountable Humanitarian: Practicing Accountability, Acting Without Responsibility?, Jessica Anderson

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Performing Accountability: Understanding the Myanmar Military’s Impunity for Human Rights Violations, David Baulk

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Business as Usual: Accountability and Private Enterprises in Nazi Germany and Beyond, Johannes Beermann

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Gaza and Heterotropia, Omri Ben-Yehuda

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Remember, United, Renew? Accountability and Remorse among Women Perpetrators in Rwanda, Sarah Brown

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Crimes in Myanmar: The Campaign for Accountability and a UN Commission of Inquiry, Matthew Bugher

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The Participatory Dimensions of Accountability: Examining Transitional, Tine Destrooper

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SNCF (Société nationale des chemins de fer français) and Deportations, Sarah Federman

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The struggle over the Circassian Genocide: Between historical recognition and current practicalities, Michael Geheran and Chen Bram

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Illiberal Transitional Justice: The Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia, Rebecca Gidley

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Metahistorical Glitches, Gisele Iecker de Almeida

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The Teaching of the Holocaust and Other Genocides in a Post-Conflict Society: Considerations about the Construction of a Public Policy in Argentina (2008-2015), Emmanuel N. Kahan

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Tuluwat: From Apology to Support, Kerri Malloy

Accounting for Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women in Canada, Danielle Taschereau Mamers

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Corporate accountability and non-repetition guarantees. What does "peace" mean for Indigenous Peoples in transitional times?, Monica Mazariegos

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Obstacles to International Criminal Accountability for Forced Marriage in Mass Atrocities, Melanie O’Brien

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Human Rights Victims or Victimized Heroes? Reparations and Competing Notions of Accountability in Post-Conflict Timor-Leste, Amy Rothschild

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Countering Oblivion: Digital Strategies of Participation and Invisible Narratives of Diversity, Kathrin Schön

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Inner Peace? Sexual Violence, Accountability, and the Strength of Silence, James Sedgwick

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Embroidery as Narrative: Stitching Narratives of Trauma and Hope onto Black Cloth, Puleng Segalo

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The French Revolution and Modern Dilemmas of Accountability, Ronen Steinberg

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Accountability and Sacrifice: Seeking Justice for Political Prisoners in, Aileen Thomson

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Active Acknowledgment Is Holding Nations Accountable’: A Qualitative Study on Acknowledgment (and Denial) of Collective Victimization Among African-Americans, Armenian-Americans, Jewish Americans, and the Palestinian Diaspora, Michelle Twali

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“Active acknowledgment is holding nations accountable”: A qualitative study on acknowledgment (and denial) of collective victimization among African Americans, Armenian Americans, Jewish Americans, and the Palestinian Diaspora, Michelle S. Twali and Johanna R. Vollhardt

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After a Century: Who and How Is Accountable for the Armenian, Vladimir Vardanyan

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Acting Across Violence: Argentinean Civil Society, State Accountability, and the Activism of H.I.J.O.S, Kerry Whigham

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Between Victim and Perpetrator: Dealing with Memory and Accountability after Civil War, Eva Willems

Submissions from 2015

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The Gender Issue. The Dilemma of re-Armenization of the Women after the Genocide, Anna Aleksanyan and Anna Aleksanyan

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Memory and Identity Building: A Comparative Study of Post-WWI Turkey and Post-WWII Germany, Vahagn Avedian

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‘The Unquiet Dead’: Memorializing the Disappeared in post-conflict Guatemala, Kate Bailey

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Did a Genocide Take Place in the Dersim Region of Turkey in 1938?, Oezguer I. Boztas

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Gatekeepers and Foster Families: The Canadian Jewish Congress and the selection of Holocaust orphans, Antoine Burgard

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The Armenian Genocide and Russian Humanitarian Response, Asya Darbinyan

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‘A Difficulty Speaking’: Problems and Challenges in the Memorialization of the Herero Genocide in the Public Media in Germany., Kaya Alice de Wolff

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Two Decades of Genocide Recognition Activism in Turkey: Scholars, Intellectuals and the Media, Okan Dogan

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Resisting the 'final solution'? The ‘Royal Inspectorate of Racial Police’ in Nice and the Onset of a Fascist (anti-)Jewish Policy, March –July 1943, Luca Fenoglio

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The 1895–1896 Armenian Massacres in the Ottoman Eastern Provinces: A Prelude to Extermination or a Revolutionary Provocation?, Edip Golbasi

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Geopolitics of Genocide: Comparing Ottoman and Russian Empire’s ethnic cleansing policies against Armenians, Assyrians, Greeks and Circassians in late 19th and early 20th centuries, Urban Jaksa

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Social Aspects of Armenian Genocide: Assimilation and Resistance of the Armenian Orphans during the Genocide, Tugce Kayaal

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Genocide as a Colonial Tool: The Formation of the Armenian Legion (1914-1918), Varak Ketsamanian

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A Conspiracy of Denial: Serbian Politicians and their Unwillingness to Deal with the Troubled Past of the Srebrenica Genocide, Koen S. Kluessien

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Crowdsourcing Genocide: Comparing Jewish and Polish Experiences of Collaboration, 1939-1944, Andrew Kornbluth

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“'Legal' and 'Official' Plundering of Armenian and Jewish Properties during the Armenian Genocide and the Holocaust within a comparative perspective, Umit Kurt

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The Vatican Archives reveal the Pontic Greek Genocide, Theodosios Kyriakidis

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Institutional Analysis of Memorial Sites and Survivors’ Organizations’ Impact on Symbolic Reparations for Survivors in Rwanda, Samantha Lakin

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Transitional Justice, Memory, and Memorialization in Rwanda, Samantha Lakin

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Genocide-Memorialization beyond the ethno-national divide - Bridging Memories of Armenians, Turks and Kurds on Van, Mush and Sassun, David Leupold

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Genocide in the Japanese Empire: Tracing the Genocidal Dynamics of Japanese Imperialism, Kelly Maddox

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Interpreting Reconcentration Camps in Cuba (1895-1898): Collateral Damage or Undercover Genocide?, Alberto P. Marti

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Robert Messing (59’) Holocaust Numismatic Collection Finding Aid, Robert Messing and Marisa G. Natale

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Holocaust Memory in South Africa, 1945–1960: The Jews as a “Borderline Community”, Roni Mikel Arieli

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Deportation of the Jewish population in Palestine during World War I, Osik Moses

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Genocide and Humanitarian Resistance in Ottoman Syria, 1915-1917, Khatchig Mouradian

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Economic Violence During the Holocaust: Concentration Camp and Ghetto Money As a Tool of Genocide, Marisa G. Natale

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Rescue in Albania during the Holocaust: A Case of Cultural Exceptionalism?, Jonathan C. Neufeld

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The Akayesu Case (1996-1998), the First International Trial after the Genocide in Rwanda, Ornella Rovetta

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Instances of Bystanding: Jews and Non-Jews Respond to Each Other's Plight in Hungary's Borderlands during World War II, Raz Segal

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"Right to Memory": From the Asia Minor Catastrophe to the notion of the Pontian genocide, Erik Sjöberg

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The Unionists’ Memoirs and the Armenian Genocide, Duygu Tasalp

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The Belgian Trial of Otto Siegburg in 1949, or how a German policeman, professional Jew-hunter, was convicted of a crime against humanity., Marie-Anne Weisers Miss

Submissions from 2012

Bystanders to Genocide? The Role of Building Managers in the Hungarian Holocaust, Istvan Pal Adam

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Whose Past, Whose Present? Historical Memory among the ‘Postwar’ Generation in Guatemala, Michelle Bellino

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Towards a Critically Flexible Process of Defining Genocide: A Case Study of the Mississippian Shatter Zone, 1540-1730, Jeff Benvenuto

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Squatter Imperialism and Genocide in Nimiipuu (Nez Perce) Country, Mikal Brotnov

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George Bariţiu” Institute of History, Cluj-Napoca, Romania: "Jews of Czernowitz (1941-1942): Murder, Ghettoization and Deportation, Liviu Carare

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Secretaries, Secrets and Genocide: Evidence from the Post-war Investigations of the Female Secretaries of the RSHA, Rachel Century

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The Heart of Holocaust Education: Holocaust Survivors and the Construction of Holocaust Consciousness in Britain, Kara Critchell

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Goebbels Close Enemies: Intimacy as an Analytic Tool for the Understanding of Genocidal Rhetoric in Goebbels Diaries, David Deutsch

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The Post-1960s Revival of Official Memory of the Armenian Genocide, Karina Dilanian-Pinkowicz

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Hate Rock: White-Power Music in International Perspective, Kristen Dyck

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Escape and Attempted Escape of Jewish Deportees from Deportation Trains in France, Belgium and the Netherlands, Tanja von Fransecky

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Rescue or Denunciation of Jews? A Case Study of Southeastern Poland during German Occupation, Tomasz Frydel