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BROWSE PRINCETON'S SERIES (by title) in Human Rights and Crimes against Humanity

Eric D. Weitz, Series Editor

Human rights catastrophes are a recurrent feature of the modern era. They create countless victims, and the societies that have engaged in large-scale atrocities remain haunted by their pasts. To counter such abuses, new standards of human rights protection have arisen and are expressed in an array of proclamations, treaties, and tribunals. Human Rights and Crimes against Humanity provides a forum for publication and debate on the perpetration of large-scale atrocities and the often highly charged political and ethical issues of human rights protection, memory, and redress that develop in their wake. The series uses a broad understanding of crimes against humanity, including genocides, ethnic cleansings, massacres, various forms of slavery, lynchings, mass rapes, and torture. Chronologically, the series runs from around 1500, the onset of the modern era marked by European colonialism abroad and the Atlantic slave trade, to the present. Geographically, it takes in every area of the globe. It publishes significant works of original scholarship and major interpretation by academics, journalists, and other writers. An important goal is to bring these crimes--and the responses to them--to the attention of a wide audience and to stimulate discussion and debate in the public sphere as well as among scholars and in the classroom. The knowledge that develops from the series will also, we hope, help promote human rights standards and prevent future crimes against humanity.

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bookjacket"They Can Live in the Desert but Nowhere Else":
A History of the Armenian Genocide
Ronald Grigor Suny

bookjacketAgainst Massacre:
Humanitarian Interventions in the Ottoman Empire, 1815-1914
Davide Rodogno

bookjacketAll the Missing Souls:
A Personal History of the War Crimes Tribunals
David Scheffer

bookjacketCannibal Island:
Death in a Siberian Gulag
Nicolas Werth - Translated by: Steven Rendall - Foreword by: Jan T. Gross

bookjacketChild Migration and Human Rights in a Global Age
Jacqueline Bhabha

bookjacketEchoes of Violence:
Letters from a War Reporter
Carolin Emcke

bookjacketEvidence for Hope:
Making Human Rights Work in the 21st Century
Kathryn Sikkink

bookjacket"If You Leave Us Here, We Will Die":
How Genocide Was Stopped in East Timor
Geoffrey Robinson

bookjacketThe International Human Rights Movement:
A History
Aryeh Neier

bookjacketThe Killing Season:
A History of the Indonesian Massacres, 1965-66
Geoffrey B. Robinson

bookjacketStalin's Genocides
Norman M. Naimark

bookjacketTerror in Chechnya:
Russia and the Tragedy of Civilians in War
Emma Gilligan

bookjacketTorture and the Twilight of Empire:
From Algiers to Baghdad
Marnia Lazreg

bookjacketThe Young Turks' Crime against Humanity:
The Armenian Genocide and Ethnic Cleansing in the Ottoman Empire
Taner Akçam

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