Bibliography of the Publications of Vahakn N. Dadrian
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Warrant for Genocide: The Key Elements of the Turko-Armenian Conflict. New Brunswick, N.J./London: Transaction Publishers. 1998.
German Responsibility in the Armenian Genocide. A Review of the Historical Evidence of German Complicity. Cambridge, MA: Blue Crane Books. 1996. 304 pp.
Histoire du Genocide Armenien. Conflits Nationaux des Balkans au Caucase. Paris: Editions Stock. 1996. 682 pp., text, 19 pp. Bibliography and Index. Expanded version in French of The History of the Armenian Genocide described next. Trans. Marc Nichanian.
The History of the Armenian Genocide. Ethnic Conflict from the Balkans to Anatolia to the Caucasus. Providence/Oxford: Berghahn Books, 1995. 446 pp. Text, xxviii pp. Preface and Introduction. Extensive bibliography in Turkish, German, English, French, and Armenian with annotations to selected works used in the book. Subject and Name Index.
Autopsie de Genocide Armenien. Paris: Editions Complexe, 1995. French translation of "Genocide as a Problem of National and International Law: The World War I Armenian Case and Its Contemporary Legal Ramifications," Yale Journal of International Law, vol. 14. No. 2. (Summer, 1989). 244 pp. Two Annexes and Bibliography. Trans. Marc and Mikael Nichanian.
Ulusal ve Uluslararast Hukuk Sorunu Olarak Jenosid. Istanbul: Belge Publishers, 1995. Turkish translation of the 1989 monograph cited above. Trans. Yavuz Alogan, 204 pp.
Haigagan Tzeghasbanoutiumu Khorturanayeen yev Badmakeedagan Kunnargoumnerov (The Treatment of the Armenian Genocide by the Ottoman Parliament and Its Historical Analysis). Boston: Baikar, 1995. In Armenian. 142 pp. and Bibliography in English.
"Genocide as a Problem of National and International Law: The World War I Armenian Case and Its Contemporary Legal Ramifications," Yale Journal of International Law, vol. 14. No. 2. (Summer, 1989). Printed separately with two Appendices and Bibliography. 134 pp.
"The Armenian Genocide in Official Turkish Records: Collected Essays," Special issue of Journal of Political and Military Sociology, vol. 22. No. 1. (Summer, 1994). 208 pp.
"Documentation of the Armenian Genocide in German and Austrian Sources" in The Widening Circle of Genocide I. Charny, ed. New Brunswick, N.J., 1994. Expanded and published as a separate unit. 125 pp.
Translation of Book
Zarevand, United and Independent Turania, Aims and Designs of the Turks (Leiden, 1971) (From Armenian). 153 pp. text. xxiii pp. Preface and Foreword. Index.
"Egocentric Factors In Ethnocentrism-The Structural Patterns of Modern Nationalism." Sociologus 18, 2:45-122 (1968).
"On the Dual Role of Social Conflicts." International Journal of Group Tensions 1, 4: 371-377 (1971).
"The Bi-polar Structure of Nationalism: A Conceptual Approach." International Review of Sociology (Revue Internationale de Sociologie) 7, 3: 121-12 (1971)
"Cultural and Social-Psychological Factors in the Study of Survivors of Genocide." International Behavioral Scientist 3, 2: 48-55 (1971).
"Factors of Anger and Aggression in Genocide." Journal of Human Relations 19, 3: 394-417 (1971).
"Methodological Components of the Study of Genocide as a Sociological Problem" Recent Studies in Modern Armenian History. Cambridge MA: National Association for Armenian Studies & Research 83-103 (1972).
"Structural-Functional Components of Genocide: A Victimological Approach to the Armenian Case." in Drapkin, Israel, ed., Vicitimology: vol. III. Lexington, MA: D.C. Health and Co. 123-136 (1974).
"Common Features of the Armenian and Jewish Cases of Genocide: A Comparative Victimological Perspective," in Drapkin, Israel, ed., Victimology: A New Focus. Vol. 4, Violence and Its Victims. Lexington, MA: D.C. Health and Co. 99-120 (1975).
"A Typology of Genocide." International Review of Sociology 5, 2: 201-212 (1975).
"Some Determinants of Genocidal Violence in Inter-Group Conflicts with Particular Reference to the Armenian and Jewish Cases." Sociologus 26, 3: 130-149 (1976).
"The Victimization of the American Indian." Victimology: An International Journal 1, 4: 513-537 (1976).
"An Attempt at Defining Victimology." in Viano, Emilio, ed., Victims and Society Washington, D.C.: Visage Press. 40, 2 (1976).
"An Oral Testimony and a Written Analysis of the Sociological Factors Involved in the Armenian Genocide before an American Congressional Panel, along with the Submission of a Set of Policy Recommendations." in Hearings on Genocide, 94th Congress, Second Session Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office 6-21 (1976).
"The Naim-Andonian Documents on the World War I Destruction of the Ottoman Armenians: The Anatomy of a Genocide." International Journal for Middle East Studies 18: 311-360 (1986).
"The Role of Turkish Physicians in the World War I Genocide of the Ottoman Armenians." Holocaust and Genocide Studies 1, 2: 169-192 (1986).
"An Interview with Vahakn N. Dadrian: An Expert on the Armenian Genocide. Conducted by Harry James Cargas." Social Science Record. Special Issue on Genocide. Issues, Approaches, Resources 24, 2: 23-27 (1987).
"The Anticipation and Prevention of Genocide in International Conflicts. Some Lessons from History." International Journal of Group Tensions 18, 3: 205-214 (1988).
"The Circumstances Surrounding the 1909 Adana Holocaust." Armenian Review 41, 4-164: 1-16 (1988).
"The Convergent Aspects of the Armenian and Jewish Cases of Genocide. A Reinterpretation of the Concept of Holocaust." Holocaust and Genocide Studies 3, 2: 151-169 (1988).
"Genocide as a Problem of National and International Law: The World War I Armenian Case and its Contemporary Legal Ramifications." Yale Journal of International Law 14, 2: 221-334 (1989).
"Rapports Medicaux Dresses apres l'Examen des Cadavres des Armeniens Massacres dans les Rues d'Istanbul en Septembre 1895." Union Medical Armenienne de France 56: 10-14 (1990).
"Towards a Theory of Genocide Incorporating the Instance of Holocaust: Comments, Criticisms and Suggestions." Holocaust and Genocide Studies 5, 2: 129-143 (1990).
"Documentation of the Armenian Genocide in Turkish Sources." in Charny, Israel W., ed., Genocide: A Critical Bibliographic Review, vol. 2. London: Mansell; New York; Facts on File. 86-138 (1991).
"The Documentation of the World War I Armenian Massacres in the Proceedings of the Turkish Military Tribunal." International Journal of Middle East Studies 23, 4: 549-576 (1991).
"A Textual Analysis of the Key Indictment of the Turkish Military Tribunal Investigating the Armenian Genocide." Armenian Review 44, 1-173: 1 36 (1991).
"Von Tatern und Opfern: Der Armenische Volkermord." Fluchtlings Forum 7, 10: 32-34 (1991).
"The Perversion by Turkish Sources of Russian General Mayewski's Report on the Turko-Armenian Conflict." Journal of the Society for Armenian Studies 5: 139-152 (1991).
"Ottoman Archives and Denial of the Armenian Genocide." in Hovannisian, Richard G., ed., The Armenian Genocide: History, Politics, Ethics. New York: St. Martin's Press, 280-310 (1992).
"The Role of Turkish Military in the Destruction of Ottoman Armenians: A Study in Historical Continuities." Journal of Political and Military Sociology 20, 2: 257-286 (1992).
"A Twist in the Punishment of Some of the Arch Perpetrators of the Armenian Genocide." The Armenian Cause 10, 2: 2E-5E (1993).
"The Role of the Special Organization in the Armenian Genocide during the First World War." in Panayi, P., ed. Minorities in Wartime: National and Racial Groupings in Europe, North America and Australia during the World Wars. Oxford: Berg. 5-82 (1993).
"The Secret Young-Turk Ittihadist Conference and the Decision for the World War I Armenian Genocide of the Armenians." Holocaust and Genocide Studies 7, 2: 173-201 (1993).
"Party Allegiance as a Determinant in the Turkish Military's Involvement in the World War I Armenian Genocide." Revue du Monde Armenien Moderne et Contemporain 1, 1: 87-101 (1994).
"The Comparative Aspects of the Armenian and Jewish Cases of Genocide: A Socio-Historical Perspective." In Is the Holocaust Unique?, edited by Alan Rosenbaum. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 101-135 (1996).
"Der Genozid an den Armeniern und das Volkerecht." Phonix aus der Asche. Armenien 80 Jahre nach dem Genozid. Frankfurt am Main: Deutsch-Armenische Gesellschaft, 35-56 (1996).
"The Convergent Roles of the State and a Government Party in the Armenian Genocide." Studies in Comparative Genocide, edited by Levon Chorbajian and George Shirinian. Basingstoke, UK: Macmillan (1998).
"German Responsibility in the Armenian Genocide: The Role of Protective Alliances." International Network on Holocaust and Genocide 12, 3:4-9 (1998).
"The Armenian Genocide and the Legal and Political Issues in the Failure to Prevent or to Punish the Crime." University of West Los Angeles Law Review 29:43-78 (1998).
"The Historical and Legal Interconnections Between the Armenian Genocide and the Jewish Holocaust: From Impunity to Retributive Justice." Yale Journal of International Law 23, 2:503-559 (1998).
"The Armenian Genocide and the Evidence of German Involvement." University of West Los Angeles Law Review 29:79-122 (1998).
"The Armenian Genocide and the Pitfalls of a 'Balanced' Analysis. A Response to Ronald Suny." Armenian Forum 2 (Summer 1998).
"The Determinant Aspects of the Armenian Genocide." Yale Center for International Studies, Working Paper series, GSO2, 1-28 (1998).
"Der vergessene Volkermord: Der Genozid an den Armeniern" in Volkermord und Verdrangung, edited by Rupen Boyadjian. Zurich, Switzerland: Arbeits-Kreis Armenien 21-53 (1998).
"...totally innovative ...Dadrian exhibits exemplary objectivity and provides us with the fruits of a life of scholarship and research. An inestimable contribution to our knowledge of history." * Journal of the Society of Armenian Studies "...marshals considerable evidence to show how the development of the Turkish-Armenian conflict escalated to the point of genocide ...Dadrian makes [an] important contribution to our understanding of the dynamics of the Ottoman decision to destroy its Armenian subjects." * MESA Bulletin "[The History of the Armenian Genocide] is without doubt the most important work ever done on this subject. [Dadrian's] painstaking archival work, and [his] wide reading in the relevant sources in Turkish, Armenian, German, French and English has no parallel. The book will stand as a monument parallel to Hilberg's master work, The Destruction of the European Jews ...[He has] forced me to rethink the entire issue of comparisons and differences between the Armenian experience in World War I and the Jewish experience in World War II." * Steven T. Katz, Cornell University "...an outstanding piece of scholarship ...based on years of meticulous study of primary sources .
.." * Leo Kuper, University of California "...the author has pioneered the sociological study of the Armenian Genocide ..." * Roger Smith, College of William and Mary, Virginia The Armenian Genocide, though not given such prominent treatment as the Jewish Holocaust which it precedes, still haunts the Western world and has assumed a new significance in the light of "ethnic cleansing" in Bosnia and, more recently, Darfur. This study by the most distinguished scholar of the Armenian tragedy offers an authoritative analysis by presenting it as a case study of genocide and by seeing it as an historical process in which a domestic conflict escalated and was finally consumed by global war.
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