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Contents – Hatred and Mass Violence: Lessons from History (Issue 49)

Contributors

Guest Editorial

Our Struggle against Hatred and Mass Violence
Navras J. Aafreedi

Articles

Prevention of Mass Violence and Promotion of Tolerance
Sarva-Daman Singh

The 2002 Alexandria Summit and its Follow Up
David Rosen

Antisemitism in Bangladesh
Richard Benkin

Preventing Continuation of Genocide
David Matas

Holocaust Studies in Australia: Moving from Family and Community Remembrance to Human Rights and Prevention of Mass Violence
Suzanne Rutland and Suzanne Hampel

The Genocide of 1971 in Bangladesh: Lessons from History
Srimanti Sarkar

Conflicting Historical Narratives and the Perpetuation of Trauma
Reuven Firestone

Holocaust, Propaganda, and the Distortion of History in the Former Soviet Space
Charles Ehrlich

Outraged and Ostracized: The Bangladesh Genocide Retold
Nabanita Mitra

Holocaust Commemoration in Museums: Teaching Unique or Universal Lessons?
Stephanie S. Rotem

The Failure of Secular Publics and the Rise of the Jewish Religious Public in Nathan Englander’s For the Relief of Unbearable Urges
Fuzail Asar Siddiqi

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