Source : Journal of Genocide Research

1 to 13 of 13 selected documents

Warning: the documents checked in column G express the ideology of the perpetrators of the genocide against the Tutsi or show tolerance towards it.
Doc G Card Date Author Title Source
D 26202 1999 Drumbl, Mark A. Sobriety in a post‐genocidal society: Good neighborliness among victims and aggressors in Rwanda? Journal of Genocide Research
D 26214 1999 Sharlach, Lisa Gender and genocide in Rwanda: Women as agents and objects of Genocide Journal of Genocide Research
D 26196 2004 Li, Darryl Echoes of violence: considerations on radio and genocide in Rwanda Journal of Genocide Research
D 26174 March 2004 Longman, Timothy Placing genocide in context: research priorities for the Rwandan genocide Journal of Genocide Research
D 26206 March 2004 Fujii, Lee Ann Transforming the moral landscape: the diffusion of a genocidal norm in Rwanda Journal of Genocide Research
D 26186 March 2007 Rose, Laurel L. Land and genocide: exploring the connections with Rwanda's prisoners and prison officials Journal of Genocide Research
D 26183 2009 Eltringham, Nigel “We are not a Truth Commission”: fragmented narratives and the historical record at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda Journal of Genocide Research
D 26135 March 2009 Waldorf, Lars Revisiting Hotel Rwanda: genocide ideology, reconciliation, and rescuers Journal of Genocide Research
D 25140 March 2009 Buckley-Zistel, Susanne Nation, narration, uni?cation? The politics of history teaching after the Rwandan genocide Journal of Genocide Research
D 26187 March 2009 Mclean-Hilker, Lyndsay Everyday ethnicities : identity and reconciliation among Rwanda youth Journal of Genocide Research
D 26212 March 2009 Zorbas, Eugenia What does reconciliation after genocide mean? Public transcripts and hidden transcripts in post-genocide Rwanda Journal of Genocide Research
D T 25769 January 2020 Verpoorten, Marijke How Many Died in Rwanda? Journal of Genocide Research
D T 30180 May 2022 Mukwiza Ndahinda, Felix Streaming Hate: Exploring the Harm of AntiBanyamulenge and Anti-Tutsi Hate Speech on Congolese Social Media Journal of Genocide Research
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