Amazon Region Bibliography
Acknowledgements to Survival International
- “Brazil Moves to Prevent ‘Massacre’ of Amazon Tribe” (Guardian, August 9, 2011)
- “Guard post for uncontacted Indians over-run by ‘drug traffickers’” (Survival International, August 8, 2011)
- The Economist, “Trees or Oil” (July 4, 2009): “Though half of Ecuador lies in the Amazon basin, its rainforest is shrinking faster than in neighbouring countries (by 1.67% a year). It has been ravaged by logging, poachers and oil extraction… Native tribes have been uprooted, forced deeper into the forest or have disappeared” (p. 47).
- New York Times on Brazil’s Kamayurá people (July 25, 2009):
- “An Amazon Culture Withers as Food Dries Up: A Tribal Extinction is Feared as the Rainforest Falls” (pp. 1, 8).
- Dramatic Video Shows Attack on Indian Village (June 2008)
- “Bishop warns of genocide of uncontacted Indians”
- Survival International on the threats facing the uncontacted Indians of Rio Pardo, Mato Grosso State, Brazil:
- Rio Pardo: “Top officials accused of genocide of Indians”
The Tupi-kawahyb people
- “Brazil Fears an Isolated Indian Tribe Has Been Victim of Genocide,” by V.A., Brazzil Mag, 1 December 2005
- Piripkura people of Colniza district, Mato Grosso: “Real Risk of Genocide for Uncontacted Tribe” (Nov. 20, 2008)
- Rondônia: The Uru Eu Wau Wau people: “Massive Invasion of Isolated Indians’ Land”
- “Tribe’s Last Six Survivors Speak of Genocide”
- “The Akuntsu’s Last Dance” (narrated by Julie Christie)
- Tanaru Indigenous Territory: “Land for Last Survivor of Unknown Amazon Tribe”
- “Arara Indians under ‘threat of extinction’”
- “Arara Indians Fight Bullets and Bulldozers”
- “Our land is now an island and we are surrounded”
- “Nukak Tribe: ‘We are being wiped out’”
Early Twentieth-Century Amazon
- The Devil and Mr. Casement: One Man’s Battle for Human Rights in South America’s Heart of Darkness, by Jordan Goodman (New York, 2010).
- Waorani people
- Aboriginal films from around the world
Ancient Genocides Bibliography
i) Ben Kiernan, “Sparta,” in Encyclopedia of Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity, Macmillan, 2005, v. II, pp. 986-88
The Roman Destruction of Carthage, 146 B.C.
i) Ben Kiernan, “The First Genocide: Carthage, 146 BC,” Diogenes 203, 2004 pp. 27-39.
ii) “Le premier génocide: Carthage 146 A.C.,” par Ben Kiernan, Diogène, n. 203, juillet-septembre 2003: 32-48.
iii) “El Primer genocidio: Cartago (146 A.C.)” por Ben Kiernan, Diogènes, 20 de mayo, 2005
Armenian Genocide Bibliography
Akçam, Taner. The Young Turks’ Crime against Humanity: the Armenian Genocide and Ethnic Cleansing in the Ottoman Empire, Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 2012.
Chalk, Frank, and Kurt Jonassohn. History and Sociology of Genocide: Analyses and Case Studies, New Haven, Yale University Press, 1990.
Dadrian, Vahakn N. History of the Armenian Genocide: Ethnic Conflict from the Balkans to Anatolia to the Caucasus, New York, Berghahn Books, 2003.
Gellately, Robert, and Ben Kiernan. The Specter of Genocide: Mass Murder in Historical Perspective, New York, Cambridge University Press, 2003.
Hovannisian, Richard G., ed. Looking backward, moving forward : confronting the Armenian Genocide, New Brunswick, N.J.: Transaction Publishers, 2003.
Jonassohn, Kurt, and Karin Bjornson. Genocide and Gross Human Rights Violations in Comparative Perspective, New Brunswick, Transaction, 1998.
Ben Kiernan, Blood and Soil, Yale University Press, 2007, ch. 10.
Melson, Robert. Revolution and Genocide: On the Origins of the Armenian Genocide and the Holocaust. University of Chicago Press, 1992.
Suny, Ronald Grigor, Fatma Müge Goçek, and Norman Naimark, eds. A Question of Genocide: Armenians and Turks at the End of the Ottoman Empire, New York, Oxford University Press, 2011.
Totten, S., and Parsons, W., eds. Centuries of Genocide: Critical Essays and Eyewitness Accounts, New York, Routledge, fifth edition, 2012.
Cambodian Genocide Bibliography
- Ben Kiernan, “External and Indigenous Sources of Khmer Rouge Ideology,” in The Third Indochina War: Conflict between China, Vietnam and Cambodia, 1972-79. Edited by Odd Arne Westad and Sophie Quinn-Judge. London, Routledge, 2006, pp.187-206.
- “Recovering History and Justice in Cambodia,” by Ben Kiernan (Comparativ 14/2004)
- “Coming to Terms with the Past: Cambodia,” History Today (Sept. 2004)
- PBS Interview with Ben Kiernan
- Recent Publications on Cambodia by Ben Kiernan
- Roots of U.S. Troubles in Afghanistan: Civilian Bombing Casualties and the Cambodian Precedent, by Ben Kiernan and Taylor Owen, The Asia-Pacific Journal, 26-4-10,June 28, 2010.
- “Bombs over Cambodia,” by Taylor Owen and Ben Kiernan, The Walrus (Canada), Oct. 2006, pp. 62-69;
- Edward Kissi (GSP Postdoctoral Fellow 1998-1999), Revolution and Genocide in Ethiopia and Cambodia, Lexington Books, Lanham, MD, 2005.
- Genocide and Irredentism under Democratic Kampuchea, by Kanika Mak (GSP Working Paper No. 23, 2004)
- Racial Discrimination in the Cambodian Genocide, by Liai Duong (GSP Working Paper No. 34, 2006)
- Genocide in Cambodia and Rwanda, ed. Susan E. Cook, YCIAS/GSP Monograph Series No. 1, 2004. Chapters
- Global Resources Network conference at Yale, March 2005
- “Life After Genocide” (Yale Alumni Magazine, Nov.-Dec. 2003)
- 482 reels of microfilmed records of Khmer Rouge Santebal (secret police) files, located by the CGP in 1996, and other records filmed by Yale’s Sterling Memorial Library
- “The Demography of Genocide: Cambodia and East Timor” (Critical Asian Studies, 35:4, 2003)
Books by CGP Authors
- The Pol Pot Regime, by Ben Kiernan (2008 edn.)
- Genocide and Resistance in Southeast Asia: Documentation, Denial and Justice in Cambodia and East Timor, by Ben Kiernan (Transaction, 2008)
- How Pol Pot Came to Power, by Ben Kiernan (2nd ed., 2004)
- The Pol Pot Regime, by Ben Kiernan (2nd ed., 2002).
- Genocide and Democracy in Cambodia: The Khmer Rouge, the United Nations, and the International Community, edited by Ben Kiernan.
- Conflict and Change in Cambodia, edited by Ben Kiernan
- Revolution and Its Aftermath in Kampuchea: Eight Essays, edited by David P. Chandler and Ben Kiernan.
- Pol Pot Plans the Future: Confidential Leadership Documents From Democratic Kampuchea, 1976-1977, edited by David P. Chandler, Ben Kiernan, and Chanthou Boua.
- Children of Cambodia’s Killing Fields: Memoirs by Survivors, compiled by Dith Pran, introduction by Ben Kiernan.
- Cambodia (World Bibliographical Series), by Helen Jarvis.
- Getting Away With Genocide: Cambodia’s Long Struggle Against the Khmer Rouge, by Helen Jarvis and Tom Fawthrop, University of Michigan Press/UNSW Press/Pluto, 2004
- Genocide in Cambodia: Documents from the Trial of Pol Pot and Ieng Sary, edited by Howard J. de Nike, Kenneth J. Robinson, John Quigley, Helen Jarvis, and Nereida Cross.
- Genocide in Cambodia and Rwanda (2005), edited by Susan E. Cook
- Khieu Samphan, Cambodia’s Recent History and the Reasons Behind the Decisions I Made (Prowatttisat kampuchea thmey thmey nih ning koul chomhor rebos khnyom cia bontor bontoap, Phnom Penh, Ponleu Khmer, 2004), reviewed by Ben Kiernan, The Long Term View 6:3, 2005, 32-36)
- Pol Pot, by Philip Short, review in Times Higher Education Supplement, February 25, 2005.
CGP Articles, Papers and Reports
- Ben Kiernan, “Bringing the Khmer Rouge to Justice,” Human Rights Review, 1, 3, April-June 2000, pp. 92-108.
- Literacy and Education under the Khmer Rouge (Abstract), George Chigas and Dmitri Mosyakov
- March 26, 2000: George Chigas, “A litmus test for Hun Sen,” Bangkok Post. Analysis of tribunal-related events from 1999 to the present. Part 2 of 2.
- March 19, 2000: George Chigas, “Cornering the Khmer Rouge,” Bangkok Post. Analysis of tribunal-related events from 1999 to the present. Part 1 of 2.
- Winter 1999: George Chigas, “The Trial of the Khmer Rouge: The Role of the Tuol Sleng and Santebal Archives,” Harvard Asia Quarterly.
- October 31, 1999: Susan Cook and George Chigas, “Putting the Khmer Rouge on Trial,” Bangkok Post.
- Thailand’s Response to the Cambodian Genocide, Dr. Puangthong Rungswasdisab.
- Prosecuting Genocide in Cambodia: The Winding Path Towards Justice, Susan E. Cook, Ph.D.
- March 7, 1999: “Cambodia’s Terror Lords Must Not Evade Trial,” San Jose Mercury News.
- January 5, 1999: “Désolés pour le génocide…,” Le Monde.
- Documenting the Cambodian Genocide on Multimedia
- First CGP Progress Report, September 1995
- Report of the Cambodian Genocide Program, 1994-1997
- Report of the Cambodian Genocide Program, 1997-1999
- Report of the Cambodian Genocide Program, 1999-2000 (To read the 1999-2000 report in Acrobat PDF format, click here.)
- Report to the State Department, 2000-01
- CGP Report, 2001-03
Translations by the CGP
- Ieng Sary’s Regime
- Khmer Rouge Biographical Questionnaire
- Khmer Rouge Regular Army: Order of Battle, January 1976
- Khmer Rouge Wartime Propaganda on Women
- Autobiography of Thiounn Prasith, former Khmer Rouge Ambassador to the United Nations. (Dated 25 December 1976)
- The Pol Pot Files, 1975-77
- The Son Sen Files, 1976-77
- When the War Was Over, by Elizabeth Becker.
- Voices from S-21: Terror and History in Pol Pot’s Secret Prison, by David Chandler.
- The Tragedy of Cambodian History, by David Chandler.
- Brother Number One: A Political Biography of Pol Pot, by David Chandler.
- Sucheng Chan, Survivors: Cambodian Refugees in the United States (2004).
- Recalling the ‘Killing Fields’, by Rick Foster.
- A Blessing over Ashes: The Remarkable Odyssey of My Unlikely Brother, by Adam Fifield.
- When Broken Glass Floats: Growing Up Under the Khmer Rouge, by Chanrithy Him.
- Cambodia, 1975-1978: Rendezvous with Death, edited by Karl D. Jackson.
- The Khmer Rouge and the Vietnamese Communists, by Dmitry Mosyakov. GSP Working Paper 15.
- Sacred Vows, by U. Sam Oeur.
- First They Killed My Father: A Daughter of Cambodia Remembers, by Loung Ung.
- Dancing in Shadows: Sihanouk, the Khmer Rouge, and the United Nations in Cambodia, by Benny Widyono (Lanham, Md., Rowman and Littlefield, 2008).
- Heaven Becomes Hell: A Survivor’s Story of Life Under the Khmer Rouge, by Ly Y. Yale Southeast Asia Studies, Monograph 50.
- Faces magazine special issue on Cambodia for children.
- “Operation Phnom.com,” Wired November 1999.
- Year Zero: Story of a Khmer Rouge Soldier
- Cambodia: The Betrayal, David Munro
- Cambodia: Year One, written by John Pilger
- Cambodia: Year Ten, Film for the Humanity & Science, Inc
- Investigative Reports: Return to the Killing Fields, A&E home video
- The Killing Fields, Roland Joff
- Lonely Planet Television Destination Cambodia, Pilot Productions
- Samsara: Survival and Recovery in Cambodia, Ellen Bruno
Colonial Genocides Bibliography
- “Van Diemen’s Land Company – Genocide,” in Ian MacFarlane, Beyond Awakening. The Aboriginal Tribes of Northwest Tasmania: A History, Launceston, Riawunna, University of Tasmania, 2008, pp. 89-128.
- “Massacre in the Black War in Tasmania, 1823-34: A Case Study of the Meander River Region, June 1827,” by Lyndall Ryan (Journal of Genocide Research, Dec. 2008)
- Shayne Breen, “Extermination, Extinction, Genocide: British Colonialism and Tasmanian Aborigines” (2011) unpublished manuscript on available on Academia.edu.
- James Boyce, Van Diemen’s Land, Melbourne, Black Inc., 2008, esp. ch. 14, “Fighting the Aborigines,” pp. 186-209, and Appendix, “Towards Genocide: Government Policy on the Aborigines, 1827-38,” pp. 259-313.
- Benjamin Madley, “From Terror to Genocide: Britain’s Tasmanian Penal Colony and Australia’s History Wars,” Journal of British Studies, vol. 47 no. 1 (January 2008), pp. 77-106.
- Multiple Killings of Aborigines in Tasmania, 1804-1835, by Lyndall Ryan (GSP Working Paper no. 35, 2007).
- Massacre in Tasmania: How Can We Know?, by Lyndall Ryan (Australian and New Zealand Law History Association, 2007).
- Lyndall Ryan, “Risdon Cove and the Massacre of 3 May 1804,” Tasmanian Historical Studies, vol. 9 (2004): 107-123.
- Lyndall Ryan, The Aboriginal Tasmanians (Sydney, Allen & Unwin, 1996)
- Robert Manne, ed., Whitewash: On Keith Windschuttle’s Fabrication of Aboriginal History (Melbourne, Black Inc, 2003).
- Raymond Evans, A History of Queensland (Melbourne, Cambridge UP, 2007), esp. pp. 52-56, 92-98, 135-38.
- Raymond Evans, ” ‘Plenty Shoot ‘Em’: The Destruction of Aboriginal Societies along the Queensland Frontier,” in A. Dirk Moses, ed., Genocide and Settler Society (New York, Berghahn Books, 2004), pp. 150-73.
- Alison Palmer, Colonial Genocide, Adelaide, Crawford, 2000.
- Henry Reynolds, An Indelible Stain ? The Question of Genocide in Australia’s History, Melbourne, Penguin, 2001.
- Tony Barta, “Relations of Genocide: Land and Livesin the Colonization of Australia,” in Genocide and the Modern Age: Etiology and Case Studies of Mass Death, Isidor Wallimann and Michael N. Dobkowski, eds., Westport,Conn., Greenwood Press, 1987, pp. 237-51.
- Genocide and Settler Society: Frontier Violence and Stolen Indigenous Children in Australian History, edited by A. Dirk Moses
- “An Antipodean Genocide ?” by A. Dirk Moses (J. of Genocide Research, March 2000)
- ‘Genocide’? Australian Aboriginal History in international perspective, edited by Ann Curthoys and John Docker, Volume 25 of Aboriginal History, 2001.
Comparative Colonial Genocides
- Benjamin Madley, History Department, Yale University: “Patterns of Frontier Genocide, 1803-1910: the Aboriginal Tasmanians, the Yuki of California, and the Herero of Namibia,” Journal of Genocide Research 6:2 (June 2004), pp.167-192.
- Ashley Riley Sousa, History Department, Yale University: “ ‘They will be hunted down like wild beasts and destroyed!’: A Comparative Study of Genocide in California and Tasmania,” Journal of Genocide Research 6:2 (June 2004), pp.193-209.
- Genocide and Colonialism, Sydney University conference, 2003
German Southwest Africa
- Genocide does not lapse – German MP (Sept. 2006)
- Benjamin Madley, “From Africa to Auschwitz” (European History Quarterly, 35:3 (2005), pp. 429-64)
- Genocide and Literature: The Herero-/Nama-Uprising in German colonial literature, by Jörg Wassink, M.A. (2004)
Extermination in Texas: A Preliminary Bibliography
- Gary Clayton Anderson, The Conquest of Texas: Ethnic Cleansing in the Promised Land, 1820-1875, Norman, University of Oklahoma Press, 2005.
- Thomas A. Britten, People of Wind and Lightning: A History of the Lipan Apaches, University of New Mexico Press, 2008.
- William Chebahtah and Nancy M. Minor, Chevato: The Story of the Apache Warrior who Captured Herman Lehmann, University of Nebraska Press, 2007. (The first chapters deal with a war of extermination against the Lipan Apaches in Mexico.)
- Lipan Apaches Tribal website
- Jacqueline Fear-Segal, White Man’s Club: Schools, Race, and the Struggle of Indian Acculturation, Lincoln, University of Nebraska Press, 2007.
- Kelly F. Himmel, The Conquest of the Karankawas and the Tonkawas, 1821-1859, College Station, Texas A&M University Press, 1999.
- Ben Kiernan, “Extermination in Texas,” in Blood and Soil: A World History of Genocide and Extermination from Sparta to Darfur, New Haven, Yale University Press, 2007, pp. 334-49.
- Enrique Gilbert-Michael Maestas, Anthropological Report on the Cúelcahén Ndé: Lipan Apache of Texas (co-edited by Daniel Castro Romero, Jr., M.S.W.), 2004, 471 pp.
- Daniel Castro Romero, Jr., M.S.W., Cúelcahén Ndé: The Castro’s of the Lipan Apache Band of Texas, 2004, 62 pp.
- Margo Tamez, Returning Lipan Apache women’s laws, lands, & power in El Calaboz Rancheria, Texas-Mexico border, Ph.D., WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY, 2010, 686p http://gradworks.umi.com/34/21/3421696.html
East Timor Bibliography
Other East Timor Project Publications
Recommended Further Reading
- Yale Law School Project Representing Children Worldwide/Timor-Leste
- Laura Meitzner Yoder, Adat: Community Life in the Oecusse Enclave
- Carmel Budiardjo and Liem Soei Liong, The War Against East Timor, London, Zed, 1984.
- Burr, William, and Michael L. Evans, eds. East Timor Revisited: Ford, Kissinger and the Indonesian Invasion, 1975-76, National Security Archive, Washington, D.C., 2001.
- Peter Carey, historical introduction to Generations of Resistance: East Timor, with photographs by Steve Cox, London, Cassell, 1995.
- Peter Carey, “Third-World Colonialism, the Geração Foun, and the Birth of a New Nation: Indonesia through East Timorese Eyes, 1975-99,” Indonesia 76 (Oct. 2003), 23-67.
- Peter Carey, “East Timor under Indonesian Occupation, 1975-99,” in Handbook on Terrorism and Insurgency, ed. Andrew Tan. Malvern, 2006.
- James Dunn, Timor: A People Betrayed, Milton, Qld., Jacaranda, 1983.
- Helen M. Hill, Stirrings of Nationalism in East Timor: Fretilin 1974-1978, Sydney, Otford, 2002.
- Jill Jolliffe, East Timor: Nationalism and Colonialism, St. Lucia, University of Queensland Press, 1978.
- Arnold S. Kohen, From the Place of the Dead: The Epic Struggles of Bishop Belo of East Timor, New York, St. Martin’s Griffin, 1999.
- John G. Taylor, East Timor: The Price of Freedom, London, Zed, 1999
- Bitter Flowers, Sweet Flowers: East Timor, Indonesia, and the World Community
- East Timor’s Political Parties, a guide by Pat Walsh (2001)
- Gendercide Watch: Case Study on East Timor
- Human Rights Watch: April 1999 Report on Indonesia and the Militias Tribunal Documentation
- Tapol report, East Timor under the Indonesian Jackboot
- East Timor’s Commission for Reception, Truth and Reconciliation (CAVR)
- UC Berkeley War Crimes Studies Center, “East Timor and Indonesia” tribunal documents
- David Cohen’s report to the ICTJ on the Jakarta trials
- “What of Truth Commission for East Timor?” (Jakarta Post, Jan. 10, 2005)
- ICTJ 2008 Report on the Commission of Truth and Friendship
- The Yale East Timor Project
- Annual Report 2001
- Reports 2002-2004
- ‘Life After Genocide’ (Yale Alumni Magazine, Nov.-Dec. 2003)
- Bishop Paul Moore, Jr.
- ‘East Timor: Indonesia’s Actions ‘Genocide,’ says expert’
- “Situation in East Timor a Tragedy” (Yale Daily News, Nov. 18, 1999)
- “Experts Discuss East Timor” (Yale Daily News, March 7, 1997)
- “Reporter Charges U.S. Officials with ‘Genocide’ Support” (Yale Daily News, Oct. 31, 1995)
Ben Kiernan, “Wall of Silence: The Field of Genocide Studies and the Guatemalan Genocide,” in Nik Brandal and Dag Einar Thorsen (eds.), Den dannede opprører. Bernt Hagtvet (The Refined Rebel: Bernt Hagtvet), Oslo, Dreyer, 2016, pp. 169-98.
Recent Publications by Dori Laub
“Kann die Psychoanalyse dazu beitragen, den Volkermord historisch besser zu verstehen?” (“Can Psychoanalysts Enhance Historical Understanding of Genocide”), Psyche-Z. Psychoanal 57, 2003.
“Erinnerungsprozesse bei Uberlebenden und Tatern” in Das Vermachtnis annehmen-Kulturelle und biographische Zugange zum Holocaust-Beitrage aus den USA und Deutschland. Edited by Brigitta Huhnke und Bjorn Krondorfer (Hg.), published by Psychosozial-Verlag, 2002, pp 251-273
Dori Laub and Susanna Lee
“Thanatos and Massive Psychic Trauma,” Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, No. 2, 2003
“September 11, 2001- ‘An Event Without a Voice’,” in Trauma at Home, Judith Greenberg, ed., Lincoln, University of Nebraska Press.
Dori Laub, “The Rwanda Genocide- A kaleidoscope of discourses heard from a psychoanalytic perspective,” Psyche - Z Psychoanal 59 (Beiheft 2005), 106-124.
Rael D. Strous, M.D., Mordechai Weiss, M.D., Irit Felsen, Ph.D., Boris Finkel, M.D., Yuval Melamed, M.D., Avraham Bleich, M.D., Moshe Kotler, M.D., Dori Laub, M.D.,
“Video Testimony of Long-Term Hospitalized Psychiatrically Ill Holocaust Survivors,” American Journal of Psychiatry 162:12, pp. 2287-2294, December 2005.
Dori Laub, “From Speechlessness to Narrative: The Cases of Holocaust Historians and of Psychiatrically Hospitalized Survivors,”Literature and Medicine 24:2 (Fall 2005), pp. 253-265.
Dori Laub, M.D., “Traumatic Shutdown of Narrative and Symbolization: A Death Instinct Derivative”, Contemporary Psychoanalysis, Vol. 41, No. 2 (April 2005), pp. 307-326.
Dori Laub, M.D., “Life in the Wake of Massive Psychic Trauma: the Return of the Repressed or a Deconstruction of Internal Object Representations ?,” Psychoanalysis & Psychotherapy, Vol. 21, No. 2, 2004.
Baruch Grenwald, M.S.W., Dori Laub, M.D., Oshrit Ben-Ari, M.S.W., Rael Strous, M.D. “Psychiatry, Testimony, and Shoah: Reconstructing the Narratives of the Muted,” in Social Work in Health Care: The Journal Adopted by the Society for Work Leadership in Health Care, Volume 43 Issue 2/3 (8/29/06)
Dori Laub, M.D., Book Review “The Era of Witness” (2007) Journal of Genocide Research 9: 3, 475-512
Dori Laub, “On Holocaust Testimony and Its ‘Reception’ within Its Own Frame, as a Process in Its Own Right: A Response to ‘Between History and Psychoanalysis’ by Thomas Trezise,”History & Memory 21:1 (Spring/Summer 2009), 127-50.
Dori Laub. “Commentary on “Fragmented Testament: Letters Written by World War II Resisters Before Their Execution” by Anne Griffin and Jay Lefer”, The Journal of American Academy of Psychoanalysis and Dynamic Psychiatry, Vol. 38, nr. 2, 2010, pp. 285-290.
Dori Laub and Federico Finchelstein .“Memory and History from the Past to Future: A Dialogue with Dori Laub on Trauma and Testimony. In Gutman, Y., Brown, A. D. & Sodaro, A. (Eds.).Memory and the Future: Transnational Politics, Ethics and Society. New York, NY: Palgrave MacMillan, 2010.
Dori Laub and Johanna Bodenstab, “Forced and Slave Labour in the Context of the Jewish Holocaust Experience,” and “Twenty-five Years Later: Revisiting Testimonies of Holocaust Survivors,” in Hitler’s Slaves: Life Stories of Forced Labourers in Nazi-Occupied Europe. Edited by Alexander von Plato, Almut Leh, and Christoph Thonfeld. New York and Oxford: Berghahn Books, 2010, pp. 364–374 and 426-440.
Dori Laub, Presentations 2005-2011 [Word Document]
Publications by Dr. Johanna Bodenstab
“Getarnte Taeter” (Perpetrators in Camouflage) in:Widersprueche. Zeitschrift fuer sozialistische Politik im Bildungs-, Gesundheits- und Sozialbereich. Heft 81, September 2001, pp. 49-66.
“Under Siege: A Mother-Daughter Relationship Survives the Holocaust,” Psychoanalytic Inquiry 24/5, 2004 (Analytic Press), pp. 731-751.
Publication by Dori Laub and Johanna Bodenstab
Book Review: “Psychoanalysis and Trauma,” in Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, Vol. 55, No. 1, 2007, pp. 335-346.
Documenting Violence in Indonesia
1. Early Indonesian Nationalism:
- Frank Dhont, Nationalisme Baru Intelektual
Indonesia Tahun 1920-An (Gadjah Mada University
- “Pandangan Kaum Intelektual Nasionalis
Indonesia Muda Akhir 1920-An Terhadap Demokrasi,
Politik Lokal Dan Otonomi.” Oleh: Frank Dhont
2. Forced Labour under Japanese Occupation: Frank Dhont,“Kesaksian kami: Romusha yang masih tersisa”
3. Andi Achdian, comp., Bibliography on Violence in Indonesia,1965-66
4. Ben Kiernan, “War, Genocide and Resistance in East Timor, 1975-1999” ; dalam Bahasa Indonesia: (“Perang, Genosida dan Gerakan Perlawanan di Timor-Timur, 1975-1999: Sebuah refleksi perbandingan dengan Kamboja”)
- West Papua: The Obliteration of a People Carmel Budiardjo & Liem Soei Liong, TAPOL London, 1988, third edition (revised), 142pp.
- Carmel Budiardjo, “West Papua: Land of Peace or Killing Field”
- Paradise Betrayed: West Papua’s Struggle for Independence, by John Martinkus, Quarterly Essay, no. 7, 2002, Melbourne, Australia, pp. 1-83.
- Indonesia’s Secret War: The Guerrilla Struggle in Irian Jaya, by Robin Osborne, Sydney, Allen & Unwin, 1985.
- West Papua and Indonesia since Suharto, by Peter King, Sydney, University of NSW Press, 2004.
- Australia West Papua Association
- Survival International: 44 Papuan uncontacted tribes threatened with extinction
- Reluctant Indonesians: Australia, Indonesia and the Future of West Papua, by Clinton Fernandes (Melbourne, 2007)
Rwandan Genocide Bibliography
Yugoslavia (Former) Bibliography
- Jasmina Besirevic-Regan, Ethnic Cleansing in Banja Luka: National Homogenization, Political Repression, and the Emergence of a Bosnian Muslim Refugee Community, Yale University, Department of Sociology, PhD dissertation, March 2004.
- Patrick Ball, Ewa Tabeau and Philip Verwimp, Bosnia’s Book of the Dead, Households in Conflict Network, Research Design Note 5, 17 June 2007.