Films of Genocide and Ethnic Cleansing
Edited By John J. Michalczyk and SJ Raymond G. Helmick
JOHN J. MICHALCZYK, film professor and Director of Film Studies at Boston College, is the author of 10 books and numerous articles on the relationships of film, literature, and political thought. Since 1991, he has been involved in documentary filmmaking, having completed 20 films, notably on social justice issues, including conflict resolution. His documentaries, especially Nazi Medicine: In the Shadow of the Reich, have been broadcast nationally and internationally.
RAYMOND G. HELMICK, SJ teaches ecumenical theology and conflict transformation at Boston College. He has worked as mediator, counselor, and an interpreter of events in many conflicts since 1972, including Northern Ireland, the Middle East (Israelis and Palestinians, Lebanese, Kurds of Iraq and Turkey), the Balkans, and several others. He has collaborated with John Michalczyk on many documentary films on conflict topics.
NADA MUSTAFA ALI is a part-time faculty member in global studies at the New School University in New York and is a consultant and activist. Her areas of research and teaching include gender and feminist studies, intersectionality, conflict and peace-building, human rights, HIV/AIDS, refugee and diaspora studies, and state fragility—especially in the Middle East and Africa. She received her PhD in government from Manchester University in the UK in 2000.
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