|Author/Contributor(s):||Bloxham, Donald ; Moses, A Dirk|
|Publisher:||Oxford University Press, USA|
up-to-date survey of emerging and established areas of enquiry while highlighting problems and making suggestions about avenues for future research. Each essay also has a select bibliography to facilitate further reading. Key themes include imperial violence and military contexts for genocide,
predicting, preventing, and prosecuting genocide, gender, ideology, the state, memory, transitional justice, and ecocide. The volume also scrutinises the concept of genocide - its elasticity, limits, and problems. It does not provide a definition of genocide but rather encourages the reader to think
critically about genocide as a conceptual and legal category concerned with identity-based violence against civilians.