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Mark Levene

Mark Levene is Reader in Comparative History at the University of Southampton, and in the Parkes Centre for Jewish:non-Jewish relations. His works include War, Jews and the New Europe (1992) which was awarded the annual Fraenkel Prize in Contemporary History, and with Penny Roberts ed., The Massacre in History (1999). He is also a peace and environmental activist, and co-founder of the Forum for the Study of Crisis in the 21st century.

Works

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Genocide in the Age of the Nation State
Volume 2: The Rise of the West and the Coming of Genocide

I.B. Tauris
Most books on genocide consider it primarily as a twentieth-century phenomenon. In The Rise of the West and the Coming of Genocide, Levene argues that this...
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Genocide in the Age of the Nation State
Volume 1: The Meaning of Genocide

I.B. Tauris
How should we understand genocide in the modern world? As an aberration from the norms of a dominant liberal international society? Or rather as a guide to the...
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Surviving Climate Change
The Struggle to Avert Global Catastrophe

Pluto Press
Climate change is a pressing reality. From hurricane Katrina to melting polar ice, and from mass extinctions to increased threats to food and water security,...
Mark Levene

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