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Esther Brito Ruiz

Please use this list to consult the books and articles mentioned by Esther in her episode. Use the links below to access the resources or visit your local library.

• von Joeden-Forgey, E. (2010). The devil in the details: “Life force atrocities” and the assault on the family in times of conflict. Genocide Studies and Prevention, 5(1), 1-19.
• Basso, Andrew R. (2016) "Towards a Theory of Displacement Atrocities: The Cherokee Trail of Tears, The Herero Genocide, and The Pontic Greek Genocide," Genocide Studies and Prevention: An International Journal: Vol. 10: Iss. 1: 5-29.
• Jones, A. (2000). Gendercide and genocide. Journal of Genocide Research, 2(2), 185-211.
• Card, C. (2003). Genocide and social death. Hypatia, 18(1), 63-79.
• DeFalco, R. C. (2021). Time and the Visibility of Slow Atrocity Violence. International Criminal Law Review, 21(5), 905-934.
• Eichert, D. (2020). Expanding the Gender of Genocidal Sexual Violence: Towards the Inclusion of Men, Transgender Women, and People Outside the Binary. UCLA J. Int'l L. Foreign Aff., 25, 157.
• Fein, H. (1997). Genocide by attrition 1939-1993: The Warsaw Ghetto, Cambodia, and Sudan: Links between human rights, health, and mass death. Health and Human Rights, 10-45.
• Gifkins, J., Cooper-Cunningham, D., Ferguson, K., Kremer, D., & Mostafa, F. (2022). Queering atrocity prevention. Protection Approaches.
• Kaiser, J., & Hagan, J. (2015). Gendered genocide: The socially destructive process of genocidal rape, killing, and displacement in Darfur. Law & Society Review, 49(1), 69-107.
• Nellans, L. (2020). A Queer (er) Genocide Studies. Genocide Studies
and Prevention: An International Journal, 14(3), 7.
• Rosenberg, S. P. (2012). Genocide is a process, not an event. Genocide
Studies and Prevention, 7(1), 16-23.
• Butler, J. (2003). Gender trouble. Continental feminism reader, 29-56.
• Orlando, P. (1985). Slavery & Social Death: A Comparative Study. Harvard University Press.
• Before #MeToo, There Were the Comfort Women. The Diplomat.
• The Changing Face of Genocide: From Mass Death to Mass Trauma. The Diplomat.
• Challenging Hierarchies of Harm in Mass Atrocities: Cultural Destruction as Genocide. Shuddhashar FreeVoice.
• Bachman, J. (2017). The United States and Genocide:(Re) Defining the Relationship. Routledge.

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