Call for Authors
Volume on Genocide of Indigenous Peoples in Genocide: A Critical Bibliographical Review
Samuel Totten (University of Arkansas, Fayetteville) and Robert Hitchcock (Michigan State University) are seeking potential contributors to Volume 8 of Genocide: A Critical Bibliographic Review (New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers).
FOCUS OF VOLUME 8: Genocide of Indigenous Peoples
Among the topics/issues authors are needed for are:
Efforts of indigenous groups, nongovernmental organizations, intergovernmental organizations to combat ethnocidal and genocidal tendencies/actions
- The Tasmanian Genocide
- The Ache: Genocide? Ethnocide? Or?
- IGBO: Genocide? Ethnocide? Or?
- Denial of Indigenous Genocides
Prospective authors are welcome to suggest additional issues/topics for other chapters.
Contact Dr. Samuel Totten at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Chapters may be written by single authors, dual authors, or a triad of authors. Each author should be an expert on that which he/she addresses.
Each chapter should be between 20 and 30 pages, double spaced, typed.
The first half of the chapter should include a critical review of the topic/issue and the second half should be comprised of an annotated bibliography of key works (articles, chapters, books).
Interested authors should contact Totten informing him of his/her/their interest (Chapters shall be assigned on a first-come, first serve basis -- contingent, of course, based on one’s expertise)
Correspondence should include a note regarding their area of expertise and provide a short vita that addresses their expertise (degrees, major publications, et al).
Please be sure to provide contact information (name of affiliation, street address, city, state/province, country, email address.
The deadline for the submission of a chapter is September 10, 2009