Genocide Perspectives Vol. I: Essays in Comparative Genocide, (365 pages), a peer reviewed journal is published by the CCGS in June 1997. GP I contains long chapters on the case of East Timor, on genocide in central Australia, the destruction of Powhatan Indians in Virginia, the Holocaust of the Romani, issues of antisemitism and Holocaust in post-communist Hungary, judicial responses to hate propaganda in two Canadian court cases, medical survivors of Auschwitz, hunger as a weapon of genocide, concentration camp survivors’ syndrome, and the politics of memory.

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