Teaching about Genocide: Issues, Approaches, and Resources

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Samuel Totten
IAP, 2004 - Education - 304 pages
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Includes discussion on the rationale of teaching about genocide; the history of genocide; and 10 cases studies of genocide perpetrated in the 20th century.
 

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Contents

But What Kind of Education?
1
Teaching About Genocide
7
An Overview
23
A Critical Task
57
Issues and Resolutions
75
Case Studies of Genocide Perpetrated in the Twentieth Century
93
The Soviet Manmade Famine in Ukraine
111
The Holocaust
119
The Indonesian Genocide of 19651966
133
The Bangladesh Genocide
143
The Cambodian Genocide
169
Genocide in Bosnia
193
Rene Lemarchand
213
Teaching About Genocide
299
About the Contributors
323
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Samuel Totten, professor emeritus, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, continues to conduct field work in the Nuba Mountains, Sudan. Totten is the editor of Transaction Publishers' Genocide Studies series.

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