Rethinking holocaust justice essays across disciplines edited by norman j w goda 352 pages 14 illus bibliog index this volume is a tremendously exciting and thought provoking exploration of understudied aspects of holocaust justice it fills a major lacuna in the literature rethinking approaches to holocaust restitution . Since the end of world war ii the ongoing efforts aimed at criminal prosecution restitution and other forms of justice in the wake of the holocaust have constituted one of the most significant episodes in the history of human rights and international law. Rethinking holocaust justice essays across disciplines view larger image by norman j w goda sign up now already a member log in you must be logged into bookshare to access this title learn about membership options or view our freely available titles synopsis. In the past two decades the subject of post holocaust justice has experienced a surge of interest among historians and legal scholars rethinking holocaust justice offers a multifaceted approach to read more. Audiobook rethinking holocaust justice essays across disciplines review 1 audiobook rethinking holocaust justice essays across disciplines review 2 book details author pages 354 pages publisher berghahn books 2017 12 01 language english isbn 10 1785336975 isbn 13 9781785336973 3
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