Comprehensive Bibliography: Writings of Raphael Lemkin. Annotated bibliography compiled by Jim Fussell of Prevent Genocide International.
Key Writings of Raphael Lemkin on Genocide. From Prevent Genocide International.
Scream Bloody Murder: Polish Jew Gave His Life Defining, Fighting Genocide. December 2008 CNN report; includes four video clips from the documentary.
The Journal of Genocide Research 7(4), December 2005 issue was devoted to Lemkin.
From the Editor: Lemkin Redux: In Quest of a Word pp.443-445.
"The article provides information on several words used to described extreme and large-scale killings before the word 'genocide' was invented." Rutgers-restricted Access
Raphael Lemkin: the 'Founder of the United Nation's Genocide Convention' as a Historian of Mass Violencepp.447-452.
Dominik J. Schaller and Jurgen Zimmerer."The influence of Raphael Lemkin on international law and his historical analysis of mass crimes." Rutgers-restricted Access
Raphael Lemkin and the International Debate on the Punishment of War Crimes (1919-1948) pp.453-468.
Daniel Segesser and Myriam Gessier. Lemkin's struggle to have genocide included as a punishable international war crime. Rutgers-restricted Access
What You See before Your Eyes: Documenting Raphael Lemkin's Life by Exploring His Archival Papers, 1900-1959. pp.469-499.
Tanya Elder. "The article provides information about Raphael Lemkin through his archival collections." Rutgers-restricted Access
Raphael Lemkin as Historian of Genocide in the Americas pp.501-529
Michael Mcdonnell and A. Moses. "The article provides information about genocide by taking into account the studies conducted by Raphael Lemkin in different places." Rutgers-restricted Access
Raphael Lemkin's View of European Colonial Rule in Africa: Between Condemnation and Admiration pp.531-538. Rutgers-restricted Access
Raphael Lemkin on the Holocaust pp.539-550. "The article examines the knowledge of Raphael Lemkin about the genocide of the Jews and his analysis of the situation presented in his book "Axis Rule in Occupied Europe" and his other writings about Nazi Germany." Rutgers-restricted Access
Hostage of Politics: Raphael Lemkin on 'Soviet Genocide' pp.551-559. "Summarizes the view of Raphael Limkin on Stalinist terror in Russia." Rutgers-restricted Access
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