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Genocide in the non-Western World: implications for Holocaust studies
Genocide: cases, comparisons and contemporary debates (2003)
  • Robert Cribb, The Australian National University
Abstract

The example of the Holocaust has tended to dominate genocide studies, but the broader study of extreme violence makes it difficult to exclude the mass killing of indigenous peoples and mass killing on political grounds from the category of genocide.

Keywords
  • genocide,
  • Holocaust,
  • Lemkin,
  • Jews,
  • Slavs,
  • Chinggis Khan,
  • Shaka,
  • Zuku,
  • Mongols,
  • Einstein,
  • Goethe,
  • ideal types,
  • race,
  • political genocide,
  • mass killing,
  • ethnocide,
  • democide,
  • politicide,
  • indigenocide,
  • Convention on Genocide,
  • 1948,
  • Genocide Convention,
  • definition,
  • Aboriginal,
  • Australia,
  • Aborigines,
  • prosecution,
  • morality,
  • moral,
  • Stalin,
  • statistic,
  • early warning,
  • sovereignty,
  • just war,
  • Asia,
  • Africa,
  • Latin America,
  • anti-Semitism,
  • Gypsies,
  • Sinti,
  • Roma,
  • Darwinism,
  • modern crime,
  • Germany,
  • Ham,
  • Shem,
  • Japheth,
  • Christians,
  • Hereros,
  • Armenian genocide,
  • Armenia,
  • comminists,
  • Indonesia,
  • 1965,
  • Bangladesh,
  • Bengalis,
  • Pakistan,
  • 1971,
  • Hutus,
  • Tutsi,
  • Hutu,
  • Rwanda,
  • Burundi,
  • East Timor,
  • Amerindians,
  • Cambodia,
  • Cultural Revolution,
  • China,
  • Biafra,
  • East Bengal,
  • Tertullian,
  • blood of the martyrs,
  • blood,
  • martyrs,
  • Anderson,
  • Imagined communities,
  • Shamsul,
  • nations of intent,
  • Tacitus,
  • Batavians,
  • Malaysia,
  • Mongols,
  • Uighurs,
  • Tibetans,
  • Tibet,
  • Sumatra,
  • Kalimantan,
  • Khmer Rouge,
  • Kiernan,
  • Chandler,
  • Furnivall,
  • plural society,
  • Nazi,
  • indigenous people,
  • indigenes
Disciplines
Publication Date
2003
Editor
Stephen L.B. Jensen
Publisher
Danish Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies
ISBN
87-989305-0-8
Citation Information
Robert Cribb. "Genocide in the non-Western World: implications for Holocaust studies" CopenhagenGenocide: cases, comparisons and contemporary debates (2003)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/robert_cribb/20/