Posts Tagged: genocide
Like most Jewish girls, I read The Diary of Anne Frank at a young age. From the moment I closed the book, the Shoah dominated the mental landscape of my nine-year-old days and commandeered my nights....more
In an interview at The Browser, historian Norman Naimark reviews the definition of genocide and argues that it is “part of the human condition.” Commenting on five key books about the subject, Naimark speculates on history’s earliest genocide, the potential of future ones, and patterns that genocides have displayed over time....more
“I’d been thinking about writing a book on genocide for some time, but the project really kicked off about a year-and-a-half ago, around the time my wife told me she was pregnant with our second child.
Naturally, I thought about the Holocaust....more
Hi all, I’ll be out the next few weeks to finish up school, but I’ll return in the New Year. In the meantime, Michael Berger will be taking over for me on Sundays. He’s a good guy, that Michael Berger....more