Above all, we wish to sincerely thank all of the contributors to this book. All are extremely busy and dedicated scholars, and we greatly appreciate their contributions. At Routledge, we wish to thank our initial editor, Eric Nelson, for his interest in publishing the second edition of this volume, and we also wish to thank Robert Tempio, our new editor, and Angela Chnapko.
We also wish to thank Dr. George McCleary and his students in the Geography Department at the University of Kansas for the research, thought, and hard work they put into the development of the maps that accompany each of the case studies of genocide in this new edition of Century of Genocide.
As we did in the first edition, we wish to thank Kristy L. Brosius and the late Sybil Milton for their excellent work in translating court testimonies that appear in Chapter 6, "Holocaust: The Genocide of Disabled Peoples." With Rouben Adalian, we offer a heartfelt thanks to Donald E. Miller and Lorna Touryan Miller for granting us permission to publish several of the interviews they conducted with survivors of the Armenian genocide. René Lemarchand and the editors also wish to acknowledge and sincerely thank Liisa Malkki for granting us the right to reproduce the accounts of the Burundi genocide from her doctoral dissertation, Purity and Exile: Transformation in Historical-National Consciousness among Hutu Refugees in Tanzania. Finally, we greatly appreciate, too, all of the publishers and organizations that provided us with permission to use excerpts of various eyewitness accounts that previously appeared in their publications.