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Dr. Amy Randall

• Randall, A. E. (Ed.). (2021). Genocide and gender in the twentieth century: A comparative survey. Bloomsbury Publishing.
• Lemkin, R. (2014). Axis rule in occupied Europe: Laws of occupation, analysis of government, proposals for redress. The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.
• Kimble, S. L. (2023). Internationalist Women against Nazi Atrocities in Occupied Europe, 1941–1947. Journal of Women's History, 35(1), 57-79.
• Weiss-Wendt, A. (2017). The Soviet Union and the gutting of the UN Genocide Convention. University of Wisconsin Pres.
• Madley, B. (2016). An American Genocide: The United States and the California Indian Catastrophe, 1846-1873. Yale University Press.
• Warren, M. A. (1985). Gendercide: The implications of sex selection.
• Jones, A. (2006). Straight as a rule: Heteronormativity, gendercide, and the noncombatant male. Men and Masculinities, 8(4), 451-469.
• Jones, A. (2006). Why gendercide? Why root-and-branch? A comparison of the Vendée uprising of 1793–94 and the Bosnian war of the 1990s. Journal of Genocide Research, 8(1), 9-25.
• Jones, A. (2004). Gendercide and genocide. Vanderbilt University.
• Jones, A. (2000). Gendercide and genocide. Journal of Genocide Research, 2(2), 185-211.
• Jones, A. (2002). Gender and genocide in Rwanda. Journal of genocide research, 4(1), 65-94.
• Jones, A. (2003). Review Essay-Gendercide: A Response to Carpenter. The International Journal of Human Rights, 7(1), 141-147.
• Jones, A. (2016). Genocide: A comprehensive introduction. Routledge.
• Jacobs, J. (2010). Memorializing the Holocaust: Gender, genocide and collective memory. Bloomsbury Publishing.
• Christopher, B. (1992). Ordinary men: Reserve police battalion 101 and the final solution in Poland.
• Fitzpatrick, S. (2017). The Russian Revolution. Oxford University Press."

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