This book brings together transcripts of the round table discussions from the historic International Conference on the Holocaust and Genocide and emphasizes proposals for the prevention of future acts of genocide.
Table of Contents
Part I: Scenarios of Genocide Past and Future 1. Scenarios of Genocide: Models of Genocide and Critical Responses 2. Types of Genocide and mass Murder Part II: Case Studies 3. Pol Pot's Cambodia: Was It Genocide? 4. The Soviet Gulag: Is It Genocidal? 5. The Man-Made Famine of 1933 in the Soviet Ukraine: What Happened and Why? 6. Genocide and Denial: The Armenian Case 7. What Genocide? What Holocaust? News From Turkey, 1915-23: A Case Study 8. Gypsies and Jews: Chosen People 9. Tibet: A Case of Eradication of Religion Leading to Genocide Part III: Dynamics of Genocide 10. From Holocaust to Genocides 11. Societal Madness: Impotence, Power and Genocide 12. Nuclear Insanity and Multiple Genocide 13. Genocide and Mass Destruction: A Missing Dimension in Psychopathology 14. Genocidal Mentality: Nuclear Weapons on Civilian Populations 15. Power and Powerlessness: The Jewish Experience 16. Compliance and Oblivion: Impaired Compassion in Germany for the Victims of the Holocaust 17. A Psychological Study of Gentiles Who Saved the Lives of Jews During the Holocaust 18. Linguicide: Concept and Definition Part IV: Arts, Religion and Education 19. German Expressionism Heralding Genocide and the Holocaust 20. The Search for a Language: Translating Paul Celan 21. A Critical Evaluation of the Resistance of German Protestantism to the Holocaust 22. The Holocaust and (Kiveyachol) the Liberation of the Divine Righteousness 23. Holocaust: The Pedagogy of Paradox Part V: Toward Intervention and Prevention 24. Extrajudicial Executions, International Alerts and Campaigning 25. The Bottom Line in Preventing Future Holocausts 26. The United Nations and Genocide: A Program of Action 27. Reason and Realpolitik: International Law and the Prevention of Genocide 28. From Theory to Application: Proposal for an Applied Science Approach to a Genocide Early Warning System 29. World Genocide Tribunal: A Proposal for Planetary Preventive Measures Supplementing a Genocide Early Warning System Part VI: Epilogue: The International Conference on the Holocaust and Genocide, June 1982 30. The Holocaust and its Lessons: Excerpts From the Keynote Address to the International Conference on the Holocaust and Genocide 31. Why Remember? Suffering as a Link Between Peoples 32. Round Table Discussion Following Briefing on the Conference Crisis 33. Conference Summation Panel and Round Table
Charny, Israel W