1. Critical Genocide Studies
  2. Alexander Laban Hinton
  3. pp. 4-15
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  1. Genocide Is a Process, Not an Event
  2. Sheri P. Rosenberg
  3. pp. 16-23
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  1. Around the “G” Word: From Raphael Lemkin’s Definition to Current Memorial and Academic Controversies
  2. Jacques Semelin
  3. pp. 24-29
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  1. On the Original Understanding of the Crime of Genocide
  2. Hannibal Travis
  3. pp. 30-55
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  1. Macro, Meso, and Micro Research on Genocide: Gains, Shortcomings, and Future Areas of Inquiry
  2. Evgeny Finkel, Scott Straus
  3. pp. 56-67
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  1. Studying Mass Violence: Pitfalls, Problems, and Promises
  2. Uğur Ümit Üngör
  3. pp. 68-80
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  1. On Situating the Study of Genocide within Political Violence
  2. Ernesto Verdeja
  3. pp. 81-88
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  1. Gender and the Future of Genocide Studies and Prevention
  2. Elisa von Joeden-Forgey
  3. pp. 89-107
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  1. Requiem for the Prevention of Genocide in Our Time: Working toward an Improbable Possibility but Not Giving Up
  2. Israel W. Charny
  3. pp. 108-122
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  1. Against the Grain: Critical Reflections on the State and Future of Genocide Scholarship
  2. Henry C. Theriault
  3. pp. 123-144
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  1. Editors’ Introduction
  2. Henry Theriault, Samuel Totten
  3. pp. 1-3
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