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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Ludovic Hennebel; Thomas Hochmann
|Description:||1 v. (LI-327 p.) ; 25 cm.|
|Contents:||1. Chapter 1: Law's Holocaust: State, Memory, Legality; PROF. DAVID FRASER (UNIVERSITY OF NOTTINGHAM); 2. Chapter 2: From Trying the Perpetrator to Trying the Denier and Back Again; PROF. LAWRENCE DOUGLAS (AMHERST COLLEGE); 3. Chapter 3: Holocaust Denial and Hate Speech; PROF. ROBERT A. KAHN (UNIVERSITY OF ST THOMAS); 4. Chapter 4: Defending Truth: Holocaust Denial in the Twenty-First Century; PROF. KENNETH LASSON (UNIVERSITY OF BALTIMORE); 5. Chapter 5: The Criminal Protection of Memory: Some Observations about the Offense of Holocaust Denial Prof. Emanuela Fronza (University of Trento, Italy); 6. Chapter 6: The Law of Holocaust Denial in Europe: Towards a (qualified) EU-wide Criminal Prohibition Dr. Laurent Pech (National University of Ireland; 7. Chapter 7: Denial of the Holocaust, Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity: A Comparative Overview of Ad Hoc Statutes; MARTIN IMBLEAU (MONTREAL); 8. Chapter 8: The Denier's Intent; THOMAS HOCHMANN (UNIVERSITY OF PARIS PANTHEON-SORBONNE)|
|Responsibility:||Ludovic Hennebel, Thomas Hochmann.|
"Few issues, even in the heavily contested realm of human rights, raise quite such complex and foundational questions as laws prohibiting the denial of genocide. This volume provides a fascinating