Genocide and the Politics of Memory: Studying Death to Preserve Life

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INDEX
Accounting for Genocide (Fein), 126
Allen, Frederick Lewis, 18
American Institute for Historical Review ( IHR), 31
Anti-Semitism, 100-102; history of, 101
Arendt, Hanna, 90-91; "banality of evil," 90-91, 129-30
Armenian genocide, 2, 75
Bauer, Yehuda, 74-75
Baum, Rainer, 173-74
Behavior: ritualistic, 106, 113; altruistic, 147-54; adaptive, 154-56
Bettelheim, Bruno, 57-64, 67-70; "death drive," 58
Bettelheim-Des Pres controversy, 56-64
Blackburn, Gilmer W, 121
Brewer, William H., 13-15
Broken Connection, The, (Lifton), 84
Bureaucracies, 126, 129-32, 162, 174
Butz, Arthur, 31
Caputo, Philip, 106
Children of War ( Rosenblatt), 165
Choice, notions of, 155-56
Concentration camps: Buchenwald, 1, 2; Belzek, 2; Bergen-Belsen, 2; Chelmno, 2; Dachau, 2; Majdanek, 2; Mauthausen, 2; Ravensbruck, 2; Sachsenhausen, 2; Sobibor, 2; Treblinka, 2; Auschwitz, 2, 44-45, 47
Conformity, 110, 174
Covenanted internationalism, 162, 177-79, 182
Crimes of Obedience ( Hamilton), 124
Culture, 137-40, 163; political, 174
Dehumanization, the process of, 101-2, 125-28, 132, 139
Denial, 30-32, 121
Des Pres, Terrence, 58-70, 85, 87, 134-35, 143, 155
Destruction of the European Jews, The, ( Hilberg), 127
Drowned and the Saved, The, (Levi), 53-54
Duster, Troy, 127-28
Eagleburger, Lawrence, 5, 196
Educational system, 110-21, 162, 166, 172, 178-80
Eichmann, Adolf, 129
Ethics, notion of, 176-78
Faurisson, Robert, 31
Fein, Helen, 58, 126
Freeman, Michael, 203-6
Friedman, Thomas, 9, 33
Future of Immorality, The, (Lifton), 84
Galton, Francis F., 12
Genocidal Mentality: Nazi Holocaust and Nuclear Threat, The, (Lifton), 87
"Genocide early warning system," 184, 194-95
Global consciousness, 92
Gordon, Sarah, 149
Graebe, Fritz, 152-54
Grotius, Hugo, 207
Hallie, Philip, 77-78, 147, 156, 176-78
Halsell, Grace, 6
Hamilton, V. Lee, 124-26, 171; on global perspective, 123; "crimes of obedience," 124; "sanctioned mas-

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Table of contents

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  • Title Page ii
  • Contents ix
  • Preface xi
  • Acknowledgments xiii
  • One - Politics, Memory, and Mass Death 1
  • Two - Studying Death 37
  • 1 - Constructing Memory Survivors and Theorist 39
  • 11 - Explaining Memory Positivist and Interpretive Social Science 71
  • 111 - Transmitting Memory Why People Kill 95
  • Three - >Preserving Life 157
  • Epilogue - Memory, Hope, and Triumph Over Evil 213
  • References 217
  • Index 237
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