Teaching about Genocide

Issues, Approaches, and Resources

Samuel Totten, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville

Published 2006

Introduction, Samuel Totten. Educating About Genocide, Yes: But What Kind of Education?. Carol Rittner. Issues of Rationale: Teaching About Genocide, Samuel Totten. The History of Genocide: An Overview, Paul R. Bartrop and Samuel Totten. Wrestling with the Definition of Genocide: A Critical Task, Samuel Totten. Defining Genocide: Issues and Resolutions, Henry R. Huttenbach. Case Studies of Genocide Perpetrated in the Twentieth Century. Introduction, Samuel Totten. Case Study 1: The Armenian Genocide, Richard G. Hovannisian. Case Study 2: The Soviet Manmade Famine in Ukraine, James Mace. Case Study 3: The Holocaust, Michael Berenbaum. Case Study 4: The Indonesian Genocide of 1965-1966, Robert Cribb. Case Study 5: Bangladesh Genocide, Rounaq Jahan. Case Study 6: The Burundi Genocide, RenĂˆ Lemarchand. Case Study 7: The Cambodian Genocide, Craig Etcheson. Case Study 8: The 1988 Anfal Operations in Iraqi Kurdistan, Michiel Leezenberg. Case Study 9: Genocide in Bosnia, Eric Markusen. Case Study 10: The Rwanda Genocide, RenĂˆ Lemarchand. Instructional Strategies and Learning Activities: Teaching About Genocide, Samuel Totten. Conducting a Comparative Study of Genocide: Rationale and Methodology, Henry R. Huttenbach. Human Rights, Genocide, and Social Responsibility, William R. Fernekes and Samuel Totten. The Intervention and Prevention of Genocide: Where There is the Political Will, There is a Way, Samuel Totten. Select Annotated Bibliography: Teaching About Genocide, Samuel Totten. About the Contributors.

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