Publication: The Archaeology of Cultural Genocide
In this paper, Professor Caroline Sturdy Colls provides a timely assessment of approaches to the investigation of cultural genocide.
Authored by Caroline Sturdy Colls
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This publication also provides an examination of the potential for a “forensic turn” in this topic. She demonstrates how investigating sites of cultural genocide offers the opportunity to enhance knowledge of crimes perpetrated during the Holocaust and recover evidence of societies who, as a direct result of both physical and cultural genocide, were diminished, eradicated and/or forgotten.
This article was published as Sturdy Colls, C. (2017). ‘The Archaeology of Cultural Genocide: A Forensic Turn in Holocaust Studies?’ in: Dziuban, Z. (ed). Mapping the ‘Forensic Turn: The Engagements with Materialities of Mass Death in Holocaust Studies and Beyond. New Academic Press, Vienna.
The Archaeology of Cultural Genocide: A Forensic Turn in Holocaust Studies?
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