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About this product
- PublisherTaylor & Francis Ltd
- Date of Publication22/05/2017
- GenreHistory: Specific Subjects
- Place of PublicationLondon
- Country of PublicationUnited Kingdom
- Width156 mm
- Height234 mm
- Edited byDr. Paul Behrens,Nicholas Terry,Olaf Jensen
- Table Of ContentsList of contributors Introduction Paul Behrens, Nicholas Terry and Olaf Jensen Part I Development and concept of genocide denial 1. Alexander Ratcliffe: British Holocaust denial in embryo Mark Hobbs 2. Countering Holocaust denial in relation to the Nuremberg trials Michael Salter 3. Holocaust denial in the age of web 2.0: negationist discourse since the Irving-Lipstadt trial Nicholas Terry Part II Holocaust and genocide denial around the world 4. Silence and denial in Gulag testimonies: listening for the unspeakable Elisabeth Anstett 5. The presence of the past: on the significance of the Holocaust and the criminalisation of its negation in the Federal Republic of Germany Christian Mentel 6. The prohibition of 'glorification of National Socialism' as an addition to the criminal provision on genocide denial: (Sect. 130 (4) of the German Criminal Code) Bjorn Elberling and Alexander Hoffmann 7. Reckoning with the past? Rwanda's revised Genocide Ideology Law and international human rights law on freedom of expression Sejal Parmar 8. A view of the impact of genocide denial laws in Rwanda Niamh Barry 9. Confronting genocide denial: using the law as a tool in combating genocide denial in Rwanda Freda Kabatsi 10. Srebrenica and genocide denial in the former Yugoslavia: what has the ICTY done to address it? Dejana Radisavljevic and Martin Petrov 11. Holocaust denial in Iran: Ahamdinejad, the 2006 Holocaust conference and international law Paul Behrens 12. A centenary of denial: the case of the Armenian genocide Narine Ghazaryan Part III Dealing with Holocaust and genocide denial 13. From introduction to implementation: first steps of the EU Framework Decision 2008/913/JHA against racism and xenophobia Paolo Lobba 14. Combating genocide denial via law: etat des lieux of anti-denial legislation Caroline Fournet and Clotilde Pegorier 15. Why not the law? Options for dealing with genocide and Holocaust denial Paul Behrens 16. Concluding thoughts Paul Behrens, Nicholas Terry and Olaf Jensen Index
- Author BiographyDr Paul Behrens is a Reader (Associate Professor) in Law at the University of Edinburgh. Dr Nicholas Terry is a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in the Department of History at the University of Exeter. Dr Olaf Jensen is an Honorary Associate Member of the Stanley Burton Centre of Holocaust and Genocide Studies at the University of Leicester.
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