Discourses of Mass Violence in Comparative Perspective
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Selected Publications on Aspects of Mass Violence

2023

  • Prade-Weiss, J., Petrovic, V., & Markl, D.: "Appeals to Historical Authority Justifying Mass Violence in Pamphlets." Cache.ch, forthcoming
  • Petrovic, V., with R. Wilson: "Transitional Justice Histories: Narrating Mass Atrocities.” In The Oxford Handbook on Transitional Justice, ed. A. Hinton, L. Douglas, & J. Meierhenrich (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2022), forthcoming
  • Prade-Weiss, J.: "Complicities, Re-presented: Literary Portrayals in Totalitarianism and Neoliberalism." In Perpetration and Complicity under Nazism and Beyond: Compromised Identities? ed. M. Fulbrook, B. Willems, S. Bird, & S. Rauch (London: Bloomsbury), forthcoming
  • Prade-Weiss, J.: "Complicity in Commemoration: The Traumatic Enfilade in Maria Stepanova." In The Multiple Lives of Memories: Materializing Experiences of Soviet Terror, ed. S. Saramo & U. Savolainen (London: Routledge, Memory Studies: Global Constellations series, 2022), forthcoming
  • Prade-Weiss, J.: "Responsibility, Complicity, and the Poetics of Discomfort: Commemorating Dictatorships
    in Contemporary Central and Eastern European Documentary Fiction." In Mediating Historical Responsibility:
    Memories of ‘Difficult Pasts’ in European Cultures, ed. G. Bartolini & J. Ford (Berlin: de Gruyter), forthcoming

2022

  • Markl, D.: "Biblical Interpretations and Christian Fundamentalism and Radicalism." In Religious Radicalism: Christian and Muslim Understanding and Responses (Vatican City, 26-27 January 2021) / Radicalisme religieux: Compréhensions et réponses chrétiennes et musulmanes (Cité du Vatican, 26-27 janvier 2021) (Acta pro Dialogo 1) (Rome: Pontificium Consilium pro Dialogo Inter Religiones, 2022), 113–121
  • Markl, D.: "Das babylonische Exil als Geburtstrauma des Monotheismus." In Gewaltig wie das Meer ist dein Zusammenbruch" (Klgl 2,13). Theologische, psychologische und literarische Zugänge der Traumaforschung (Hermeneutische Untersuchungen zur Theologie), ed. D. Erbele-Küster, N. Móricz & M. Oeming (Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2022), 65–97
  • Markl, D. "Die 'Nation' in der Bibel. Kosellecks Begriffsgeschichte und biblische Übersetzungsgeschichte". In: Kritische Schriftgelehrsamkeit in priesterlichen und prophetischen Diskursen. Festschrift für Reinhard Achenbach zum 65. Geburtstag (BZAR 27), ed. L. Maskow & J. Robker (Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2022), 405–416
  • Markl, D.: "Kulturelles Gedächtnis und Sakrament: Pessach und Eucharistie als Riten der Resilienz." In: Wirksame Zeichen und Werkzeuge des Heils? Aktuelle Anfragen an die traditionelle Sakramententheologie (Quaestiones disputatae 321), ed. E. Dirscherl & M. Weißer (Freiburg i.Br.: Herder, 2022), 155–172
  • Markl, D.: "Triumph and Trauma: Justifications of Mass Violence in Deuteronomistic History." Open Theology 8, 412–427.
  • Petrovic, V.: "Go East! A Transnational Turn in Studying Postwar Justice Rendering." Contemporary European History 31.2 (2022), forthcoming
  • Petrovic, V.: "Transitional Justice Incubator: Bridging European Fault Lines." Contemporary European History, 30 May 2022, https://www.doi.org/10.1017/S0960777322000297
  • Petrovic, V., with K. Nikolic: "Organized Crime in Serbian Politics during the Yugoslav Wars." Journal of Political Power 15 (2022), 101–102
  • Prade-Weiss, J.: "Antiphonie, Ritual und Moderne. Über eine Form von Disput und Verhandlung." In Gewaltig wie das Meer ist dein Zusammenbruch" (Klgl 2,13). Theologische, psychologische und literarische Zugänge der Traumaforschung (Hermeneutische Untersuchungen zur Theologie), ed. D. Erbele-Küster, N. Móricz, & M. Oeming (Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2022), 247–266

2021

2020

  • Markl, D.: "The Babylonian Exile as the Birth Trauma of Monotheism." Biblica 101 (2020), 1–25
  • Markl, D.: "Cultural Trauma and the Song of Moses (Deut 32)." Old Testament Essays 33 (2020), 674–689.
  • Markl, D.: "Reception History of the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament." In Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Religion (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2020)
  • Markl, D.: "Die Soziologie des babylonischen Exils und die göttliche Vergeltung 'bis zur dritten und vierten Generation'." [The Sociology of the Babylonian Exile and Divine Retribution ‘to the third and fourth generation’]. Theologie und Philosophie 95 (2020), 481–507
  • Markl, D.: "The Ambivalence of Authority in Deuteronomy: Reaction, Revision, Rewriting, Reception." Cristianesimo nella storia 41 (2020), 427–461
  • Prade-Weiss, J.: "Guilt-tripping the 'Implicated Subject': Widening Rothberg’s Concept of Implication in Reading Müller’s The Hunger Angel. Response to: Michael Rothberg, The Implicated Subject: Beyond Victims and Perpetrators." Journal of Perpetrator Research 3.1 (2020), 42–66. DOI: 10.21039/jpr.3.1.64
  • Prade-Weiss, J.: Language of Ruin and Consumption: On Lamenting and Complaining (New York: Bloomsbury, 2020)
2019
2018
  • Markl, D.: "Women in War in the Ancient Near East and the War Captive Wife in Deuteronomy." In Sexualität und Sklaverei (AOAT 456), ed. I. Fischer and D. Feichtinger (Münster: Ugarit, 2018), 203–223
2017
2016
2015
  • Petrovic, V.: "Power(lessness) of Atrocity Images: Visual Evidence of War Crimes in the former Yugoslavia." International Journal for Transitional Justice 9.3 (2015), 367–385. https://doi.org/10.1093/ijtj/ijv010

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