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Last Train to Auschwitz
“An excellent, well-written, original contribution to a growing field of business and human rights. Last Train to Auschwitz engagingly weaves together victims’ narratives and historical and legal archives to provide a compelling contribution to the study of corporate accountability and transitional justice.”
—Leigh Payne, University of Oxford
Introduction to Conflict Resolution
“By comprehensively tracing developments in conflict resolution theory, this book provides readers with the necessary tools to look at conflict through a variety of lenses. By encouraging readers to critically engage with conflict through various perspectives, Introduction to Conflict Resolution will undoubtedly contribute to the next generation of reflective, responsible, and well-rounded conflict resolution students, scholars, and practitioners.”
— Brian A. Kritz, Associate Director of the M.A. Program in Conflict Resolution, Georgetown University
Narratives of Mass Atrocity: Victims and Perpetrators in the Aftermath
eds. Sarah Federman and
Ronald Niezen, Cambridge University Press.
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Last night Genocide Watch at the School of Conflict Analysis and Resolution hosted a screening of the film of the 2001 film, Conspiracy. This film provided an attempted reenactment of the 1942 Wannsee Conference during which...
There seems to be quite a bit of violence in American English... A few blogs back, I wrote about the U.S. obsession with making everything a "Boot Camp." Boot camp is something new military recruits would endure to prepare them for life as a soldier and in worst...
Many of us have been worried about the amount of guns moving about the United States. There are more guns than people at this point. It's amazing we don't stumble on them on the way to work. Even though I study corporate accountability for mass atrocity, I did not...
Dr. Sarah Federman