Genocide Remembrance, Condemnation, and Prevention Month

April 23, 2024

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April marks Genocide Remembrance, Condemnation, and Prevention Month, a time to reflect on the history of genocide and the imperative to protect fundamental human rights and dignity for all.

In honour of this time, University of Toronto Press invites you to engage with recent research from Diaspora: A Journal of Transnational Studies and Genocide Studies International (GSI). The most recent issues of each journal are available Free to Read until the end of April.

UTP also invites you to explore GSI’s Education Supplements, providing free resources genocide history and prevention. Tailored for high school students and the general public, these supplements offer summaries and discussion questions for past GSI articles.

Education supplements:

International Holocaust Remembrance Day

Genocide Awareness Month

Diaspora 23.2, Special Topic: Memorial Books in Comparative and Global Perspectives

Articles include:

Depicting the Past and its Diversity in the Age of Nationalisms: The Armenian Memory Books (houshamadyan)
Vahé Tachjian

Let this Book be a Monument: Yizker Bikher and Jewish Collective Memory
Jennifer Rich

Translating Trauma: The Afterlife of Holocaust Memorial Books
Eliyana R. Adler

And more.

Genocide Studies International 15.2

Articles include:

From War Crimes to Crimes against Humanity and Genocide: Turkish Responsibility after World War I
Edita G. Gzoyan

Armenian Genocide Studies: Development as a Field, Historiographic Appraisal, and the Road Ahead
Stephan H. Astourian

Legal Violence and the Gendered Necropolitics of Coloniality: Feminicide, Socioeconomic Marginalization, and Housing Rights Violations against Indigenous Women in Guatemala and Canada
Lauren E. Grant

And more.

Diaspora 23.2 and GSI 15.2 are Free to Read until the end of April, 2024.


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