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"The Routledge Handbook of Religion, Mass Atrocity, and Genocide explores the many and sometimes complicated ways in which religion, faith, doctrine, and practice intersect in societies where mass atrocity and genocide occur. This volume is intended as an entry point to questions about mass atr...

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Corporate Author: Taylor & Francis books online
Other Authors: Brown, Sara E. (Sara Elise) (Editor), Smith, Stephen D. (Stephen David), 1967- (Editor)
Format: Online Book
Published: Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2022.
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505 0 |a Genocide in antiquity / Shawn J. Kelley -- The roots of antisemitism and genocide in Christian antiquity / John T. Pawlikowski -- Esau and Amalek in the Hebrew Bible and in Second Temple Jewish apocalyptic literature : from propaganda to genocide / Adam T. Strater -- Holy wars, Judaism, violence, and genocide : an unholy quadrinity? / Steven Leonard Jacobs -- The last crusade : holy war and genocidal practices in the case of the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939) / Antonio Míguez Macho -- Alawite warrior-sheikhs : Ali Khizam and the specter of sectarian violence in Syria / Uğur Ümit Üngör -- Renewing the world : disrupting settler-colonial destruction / Kerri J. Malloy -- Colonial New England : genocide and the negative myth of the other / Dennis Cerrotti -- The religious challenges of linking Holocaust memory with Colonial Violence / David Tollerton -- Sexual violence as genocide against indigenous peoples : the case of Mayan women in Guatemala / Elisenda Calvet Martínez -- Religion : a driving force but not a major cause of the Turkish genocide of Armenians / Rubina Peroomian -- The Christian churches, the Nazi state, and the Holocaust / Victoria J. Barnett -- Religion and the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda / Freddy Mutanguha & Paul Rukesha -- The "nature of death" in the 1947 India-Pakistan partition genocide / Khyati Tripathi -- Ritualcide under the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia : animism, genocide and war crimes / Peg Levine -- Race, religion, and the genocide of the Jews in Nazi Germany / Christopher Probst -- Catholicism and state terror in Argentina / Gustavo Morello -- Religious communities as targets of the Khmer Rouge genocide / B.D. Mowell -- Dangerous speech cloaked in saffron robes : race, religion, and anti-Muslim violence in Myanmar / Nickey Diamond & Ken MacLean -- The Uyghur people : history geography, religion, language / Azeem Ibrahim & Nury Turkel -- Religion, resistance, and responding to genocide : the Cham in Cambodia / Rachel Killean -- Sinners or saviors : a personal perspective on surviving the Holocaust / Walter Ziffer -- Rwanda 1994 : the creation of religious identities in genocide propaganda / Olov Simonsson -- Faith and women rescuers in Rwanda / Sara E. Brown -- Jehovah's witnesses as 'citizens of the kingdom of god' / Jolene Chu & Tharcisse Seminega -- Music, religion, and genocide / Badema Pitic -- "For dust thou art, and unto dust shalt thou return" : Jewish law, forensic investigation, and archaeology in the aftermath of the Holocaust / Caroline Sturdy Colls -- Forensics and Maya ceremonies : the long journey for truth in Guatemala / Fredy Peccerelli & Erica Henderson. -- Reforming the church's theology of the Jews : Christian responses to the Holocaust / William Skiles -- Mozambique : religious practices and post-conflict processes / Victor Igreja -- Iraq and the Halabja 'genocide' : the need for transformative justice / Isaac Kfir -- Personal philosophies of forgiveness after genocide / Stephen D. Smith -- Genocide and the human right to freedom of religion / Melanie O'Brien -- Survival : the case of Yezidi women / Maria Rita Corticelli -- An assessment of the United Nations plan of action for religious leaders and actors to prevent incitement to violence that could lead to atrocity crimes / Kate Temoney -- The power of one : narrative analysis and an Iranian Jewish Shoah survivor / Caroline Ezrapour & Aria Razfar -- Beyond competitive memory : the preeminence of the Holocaust in religious studies / Katharina von Kellenbach -- Muslim and Christian perspectives on the Holocaust and genocide / Mehnaz Afridi & Stephen D. Smith -- Analyzing Holocaust archives through a quantitative lens / Alexis Lerner -- Epilogue: What we know and what we still need to know / John K. Roth. 
506 |a Electronic access restricted to Villanova University patrons. 
520 |a "The Routledge Handbook of Religion, Mass Atrocity, and Genocide explores the many and sometimes complicated ways in which religion, faith, doctrine, and practice intersect in societies where mass atrocity and genocide occur. This volume is intended as an entry point to questions about mass atrocity and genocide that are asked by and of people of faith and is an outstanding reference source to the key topics, historical events and heated debates in this subject area. The 39 contributions to the handbook, by a team of international contributors, span five continents and cover four millennia. Each explores the intersection of religion, faith, and mainly state-sponsored mass atrocity and genocide, and draws from a variety of disciplines. This volume is divided into six core sections: · Genocide in Antiquity and Holy Wars · The Genocide of Indigenous Peoples · Religion and the State · The Role of Religion During Genocide · Post Genocide Considerations · Memory Culture Within these sections central issues, historical events, debates and problems are examined, including: the Crusades; Jihad and ISIS, colonialism, the Holocaust, desecration of ritual objects, politics of religion, Shinto nationalism, attacks on Rohingya Muslims; the Genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda, responses to genocide; gender-based atrocities, ritualcide in Cambodia, burial sites and mass graves, transitional justice, forgiveness, documenting genocide, survivor memory narratives, post conflict healing and memorialization. The Routledge Handbook of Religion and Genocide is essential reading for students and researchers with an interest in religion and genocide, religion and violence and religion and politics. It will be of great interest to students of theology, philosophy, genocide studies, narrative studies, history, and international relations and those in related fields, such as cultural studies, area studies, sociology and anthropology"--  |c Provided by publisher 
545 0 |a Sara E. Brown is the Executive Director of the Center for Holocaust, Human Rights & Genocide Education and served for four years on the Advisory Board for the International Association of Genocide Scholars. She is the author of Gender and the Genocide in Rwanda: Women as Perpetrators and Rescuers (2019). Stephen D. Smith is the Finci-Viterbi Executive Director of USC Shoah Foundation, Adjunct Professor of Religion, and UNESCO Chair on Genocide Education at the University of Southern California. He is the author of The Holocaust and the Christian World (2019), The Trajectory of Holocaust Memory (Routledge, forthcoming), and Holocaust XR (Routledge, forthcoming). 
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