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A. Dirk MosesDepartment of HistoryUniversity of North Carolina554A Hamilton Hall102 Emerson Dr., CB #3195Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3195Email: dirkmoses@unc.eduWeb: www.dirkmoses.comACADEMIC APPOINTMENTSFrank Porter Graham Distinguished Professor of Global Human Rights History, University of NorthCarolina, July 2020Lecturer (later Professor of Modern History), University of Sydney, 2000-2010, 2016-2020Professor of Global and Colonial History, European University Institute, Florence, 2011–2015.Research Fellow, Department of History, University of Freiburg, 1999–2000.EDUCATIONPh.D. Modern European History, University of California, Berkeley, USA, 1994–2000.M.A. Modern European History, University of Notre Dame, Indiana, USA, 1992–1994.M.Phil. Early Modern European History, University of St. Andrews, Scotland, 1988–1989.B.A. History, Government, and Law, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, 1985–1987.FELLOWSHIPS, PRIZES, VISITING PROFESSORSHIPSIna Levine Invitational Senior Scholar, Mandel Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies, Washington, DC,2019-2020. Declined.Senior Fellow, Lichtenberg Kolleg, University of Göttingen, October 2019 – February 2020.University of Sydney-WZB Berlin Social Science Center Exchange Program, September-October 2019.Visiting Professorship, Department of History, University of Pennsylvania, January-June 2019.Visiting Fellow, Institut für die Wissenschaften vom Menschen/Institute for Human Sciences, Vienna,November 2017-February 2018. Declined.Visiting Professor, Haifa Center for German and European Studies, University of Haifa, May 2013.Membership, Institute for Advanced Studies, Princeton, January–April 2011. Declined.Australian Scholar Fellowship, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Washington,DC, October-December 2010.Visiting Senior Fellow, Vienna Wiesenthal Institute for Holocaust Studies, August-September 2010.Visiting Scholar, Center for the Study of Human Rights, Columbia University, SeptemberNovember 2009.Alexander von Humboldt Foundation Fellowship, University of Cologne, 1 January 2008–31 December2008.Visiting Fellow, Zentrum für Zeithistorische Forschung (Center for Research on Contemporary History),Potsdam, March–December 2008.Sir Zelman Cowen Universities Fund Fellowship, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, January-June 2007.Charles H. Revson Memorial Fellowship, United States Holocaust Memorial and Museum, Washington,DC, November 2004–February 2005.Faculty of Arts Teaching Award, 2003.German Research Council Fellowship, Freiburg University, Germany, 1999–2000.Mabelle McLeod Lewis Memorial Fund, Write-Up Fellowship, Stanford, 1999.Krefeld History Prize, American-German Historical Symposium, 1999.Reinhard Bendix Memorial Fellowship, Institute for International Studies, UC Berkeley, 1997–98.1

International Student Development Fellowship, Freiburg University, Germany, 1997.Hans Rosenberg Fellowship, History Department, UC Berkeley, 1996–99.RESEARCH GRANTSFASS Future Fix Grant on “Resurgent Racism,” 2019-2021 (AUD 50,000)FRSS Research Grant, University of Sydney, 2016-2017 (AUD 8,000).FASS Conference Travel Grant, University of Sydney, 2016.Australian Research Council Linkage Grant, Partner Institution (EUI), 2014–2017.Australian Research Council Discovery Grant, 2009–2011 (AUD 131,000).Australian Research Council Discovery Grant, 2003–2006 (AUD 93,777).Sesqui Grant, University of Sydney, 2002 (AUD 13,500).Faculty of Arts, Seed Money, University of Sydney, 2002 (AUD 1,800).Sesqui Grant, University of Sydney, 2001 (AUD 12,000).Faculty of Arts, Seed Money, University of Sydney, 2000 (AUD 2,000).Summer Research Grant, Mellon Foundation, UC Berkeley, 1995.Summer Research Grant, Center for German Studies, UC Berkeley, 1995.PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONSMonographsThe Problems of Genocide: Permanent Security and the Language of Transgression(Cambridge Cambridge University Press, 2021). In Press.German Intellectuals and the Nazi Past (New York and Cambridge: Cambridge University Press,2007/paperback 2009), 304pp.Prize: Das Historische Buch and H-Soz-u-Kult, “The Historical Book of the Year” prize for 2008, category ofContemporary History.Reviews: American Historical Review, Journal of Modern History, H-Soz-Kult, H-German, ModernIntellectual History, History and Theory, Intellectual History Review, Central European History, Zeitschriftfür Geschichtswissenschaft, Historische Zeitschrift, The Historian, Biblioteca, National Identities,Contemporary European History, Canadian Journal of History, German Quarterly, Archiv FürSozialgeschichte, German Politics and Society, Holocaust and Genocide Studies.AnthologiesDecolonization, Self-Determination, and the Rise of Global Human Rights Politics (CambridgeUniversity Press, 2020). Edited with Roland Burke and Marco Duranti. Contributor and co-editor.The Holocaust in Greece (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018). 379pp. Edited with GiorgosAntoniou.Postcolonial Conflict and the Question of Genocide: The Nigeria-Biafra War, 1967–1970.(Abingdon: Routledge, 2018). 466pp. Co-contributor and co-editor with Lasse Heerten.Colonial Counterinsurgency and Mass Violence: The Dutch Empire in Indonesia (Abingdon:Routledge, 2014). 358pp. Co-contributor and co-editor with Bart Luttikhuis.Genocide: Critical Concepts in Historical Studies. 6 vols. (Abingdon: Routledge, 2010). 2,400pp.Editor’s introduction and selection of 88 texts.The Oxford Handbook on Genocide Studies (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010/paperback 2013).696pp. Contributor and co-editor with Donald Bloxham.2

Reviews: English Historical Review, History: Reviews of New Books, H-Soz-Kult, Beiträge zur Geschichte desNationalsozialismus, Journal of Interdisciplinary History.The Modernist Imagination: New Essays in Intellectual History and Critical Theory (New York andOxford: Berghahn Books, 2009). 458pp. Co-contributor and co-editor with Warren Breckman,Peter Gordon, Samuel Moyn, and Elliot Neaman.Reviews: European Review of History, Canadian Journal of History, H-German.Empire, Colony, Genocide: Conquest, Occupation, and Subaltern Resistance in World History (NewYork and Oxford: Berghahn Books, 2008/paperback 2009). 502pp. Contributor and editor.Prize: Das Historische Buch and H-Soz-u-Kult, “The Historical Book of the Year” prize for 2009, category ofExtra-European History.Reviews: Journal of Global History, Journal of World History, International History Review, Holocaustand Genocide Studies, European History Quarterly, Australian Journal of Politics and History,borerlands e-journal, Canadian Journal of History, H-Soz-Kult, Journal of Australian Colonial History,New Routes, Peripherie, Sehepunke, Journal of Genocide Research, Vingtième siècle, Zeitschrift für Genozidforschung.Colonialism and Genocide (Abingdon: Routledge, 2007/paperback 2008). 256pp. Contributor andco-editor with Dan Stone.Genocide and Settler Society: Frontier Violence and Stolen Aboriginal Children in Australian History(New York and Oxford: Berghahn Books, 2004/paperback 2005). 344pp. Contributor and editor.Reviews: American Historical Review, Journal of World History, Australian Book Review, Sehepunkte,borderlands e-journal, Journal of Australian Studies, Patterns of Prejudice, History Australia, Itinerario,Australian Journal of Politics and History, Institute of Historical Research reviews.Work in ProgressAnthologies:Genocide: Key Themes (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2020). Edited with Donald Bloxham.Contracted and manuscript in preparation.Holocaust and Human Rights Museums. 10 Chapters (University of Pennsylvania Press). Edited withAvril Alba and Jennifer Barrett. Contracted and manuscript in preparation.Book chapters:“The Diplomacy of Genocide,” in Mlada Bukovansky, Edward Keene, Maja Spanu, and Chris ReusSmit, eds., The Oxford Handbook on History and International Relations.“‘White Genocide and the American Far Right,” in Gavriel Rosenfeld and Janet Ward, ed., Fascismin America: Past and Present (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).“The Holocaust, Lemkin, and the Concept of Genocide,” in Mark Roseman and Dan Stone, eds.,Cambridge History of the Holocaust.Themed/Special Journal Issues“Transformative Occupations in the Modern Middle East,” Humanity: An International Journal ofHuman Rights, Humanitarianism, and Development, 8:2 (2017). Contributing co-editor.3

“The Nigeria-Biafra War, 1967–1970: Postcolonial Conflict and the Question of Genocide,”Journal of Genocide Research, 16:2-3 (2014). Contributing Co-editor.“Mass Violence and the End of the Dutch Colonial Empire in Indonesia,” Journal of GenocideResearch, 14:3-4 (2012). Co-editor.“Forum: Intellectual History in and of the Federal Republic of Germany,” Modern IntellectualHistory, 9:3 (2012). Editor.“East Pakistan War, 1971,” Journal of Genocide Research, 13:4 (2011). Editor.Forum Section on “The Intellectual History of the Federal Republic,” German History, 27:2(2009), 244-58. Contributing Editor.“Intervention after Iraq,” Ethics & International Affairs, 19:2 (2005). Editor.Articles in Peer-Reviewed Journals“‘White Genocide’ and the Ethics of Public Analysis,” Journal of Genocide Research, 21:2 (2019), 201-213.“Introduction: Transformative Occupations in the Modern Middle East,” Humanity: An InternationalJournal of Human Rights, Humanitarianism, and Development, 8:2 (2017), 231-246. Written withSimon Jackson.“Empire, Resistance, and Security: International Law and the Transformative Occupation of Palestine,”Humanity: An International Journal of Human Rights, Humanitarianism, and Development, 8:2(2017), 379-409.“Israel Charny’s Attack on the Journal of Genocide Research and its Authors: A Response,” GenocideStudies and Prevention, 10:2 (2016), 3-22, itten with Amos Goldberg, Raz Segal, Martin Shaw, and Gerhard Wolf.“Partitions and the Sisyphean Making of Peoples,” Refugee Watch, 46 (2015), 36-50. Abridged inTransit (2016): he-sisyphean-making-of-peoples/“The Nigeria-Biafra War: Postcolonial Conflict and the Question of Genocide, 1967-1970,” Journal ofGenocide Research, 16:2-3 (2014), 169-203. Written with Lasse Heerten.“Genocide,” Australian Humanities Review, 55 (November 2013), 22-44.“Das römische Gespräch in a New Key: Hannah Arendt, Genocide, and the Defense of ImperialCivilization,” Journal of Modern History, 85:4 (2013), 867-913.“Mass Violence and the End of the Dutch Colonial Empire in Indonesia,” Journal of GenocideResearch, 14:3-4 (2012), 257-76. Written with Bart Luttikhuis.“Intellectual History in and of the Federal Republic of Germany,” Modern Intellectual History, 9:3(2012), 625-39.“The Canadian Museum for Human Rights: the ‘Uniqueness of the Holocaust’ and the Question ofGenocide,” Journal of Genocide Research, 14:2 (2012), 215-38.“Revisiting a Founding Assumption of Genocide Studies,” Genocide Studies and Prevention, 6:3(2011), 289-302.“Genocide and the Terror of History,” Parallax, 17:4 (2011), 90-108. Reprinted in Rick Crownshaw,ed., Transcultural Memory (Abingdon: Routledge, 2013), 95-113.“Paranoia and Partisanship: Genocide Studies, Holocaust Historiography and the ‘ApocalypticConjuncture,’” Historical Journal, 54:2 (2011), 553-83.“Official Apologies, Reconciliation, and Settler Colonialism: Australian Indigenous Alterity andPolitical Agency,” Citizenship Studies, 15:2 (2011), 145-59.“Time, Indigeneity, and Peoplehood: The Postcolony in Australia,” Postcolonial Studies, 13:1 (2010),31-54.“Besatzung, Kolonialherrschaft und Widerstand: Das Völkerrecht und die Legitimierung von Terror,”Peripherie: Zeitschrift für Politik und Ökonomie in der Dritten Welt, 116 (December 2009), 399424.“The Contradictory Legacies of German Jewry,” Leo Baeck Institute Yearbook, 54 (2009), 36-43.“The Fate of Blacks and Jews: A Response,” Journal of Genocide Research, 10:2 (2008), 1-19.“Toward a Critical Theory of Genocide,” Mass Violence and Resistance Research Network, April4

2008, tudies“Moving the Genocide Debate Beyond the History Wars,” Australian Journal of Politics and History,54:2 (2008), 248-70.“The Structure of German Identity after the Holocaust,” Zmanim (in Hebrew), 1 (2008), 41-55.“The Non-German German and the German German: Dilemmas of Identity after the Holocaust,” NewGerman Critique, 101 (Summer 2007), 45-94.“Stigma and Sacrifice in Postwar Germany,” History and Memory, 19:2 (2007), 139-80.“Why the Discipline of ‘Genocide Studies’ Has Trouble Explaining How Genocides End?”,Social Sciences Research Council, December 2006, http://howgenocidesend.ssrc.org/Moses/.“Raphael Lemkin as Historian of Genocide in the Americas,” Journal of Genocide Research, 7:4(2005), 501-29. Written with Michael A. McDonnell.“Hayden White, Traumatic Nationalism, and the Public Role of History,” History and Theory, 44:3(2005), 311-332. Spanish translation: Historia: Antropologia y Fuetes Orales, 38:2 (2007), 81-106“The Public Relevance of Historical Studies: A Rejoinder to Hayden White,” History and Theory, 44:3(2005), 339-48.“Genocide and Holocaust Consciousness in Australia,” History Compass, 1 (2003) AU 28, 1-11.“Conceptual Blockages and Definitional Dilemmas in the Racial Century: Genocide of IndigenousPeoples and the Holocaust,” Patterns of Prejudice, 36:4 (2002), 7-36. Extracted in Berel Lang andSimone Gigliotti, eds., The Holocaust: A Reader (Oxford: Blackwell, 2005), 449-63. Reprinted in A.Dirk Moses and Dan Stone, eds., Colonialism and Genocide (Abingdon: Routledge, 2007), 148-80.“Coming to Terms with the Past in Comparative Perspective: Germany and Australia,” AboriginalHistory, 25 (2001), 91-115. Reprinted in Russell West and Anja Schwarz, eds., PolyculturalSocieties and Discourse: Interdisciplinary Perspectives from Australia and Germany (Amsterdamand New York: Rodopi, 2007), 1-30.“An Antipodean Genocide? The Origins of the Genocidal Moment in the Colonization of Australia,”Journal of Genocide Research, 2:1 (2000), 89-107.“The Forty-Fivers: A Generation Between Fascism and Democracy,” German Politics and Society, 17(1999), 95-127. Translated into German in Die Neue Sammlung, 40 (April 2000), 233-63.“Structure and Agency in the Holocaust: Daniel J. Goldhagen and his Critics,” History and Theory, 37(1998), 194-219.“Modernity and the Holocaust,” Australian Journal of Politics and History, 43:3 (1997), 441-45.“Cultural Ideologies and Historical Legitimation,” German Politics and Society, 15 (1997), 125-30.“Academic Freedom Today: A Student’s Point of View,” Bulletin of the Australian Society for LegalPhilosophy, 16 (1991/92), 71-90.Chapters in Anthologies“Partisan History and the Eastern European Region of Memory,” in Simon Lewis, Jeffrey K. Olick,Małgorzata Pakier, and Joanna Wawrzyniak, eds., Regions of Memory: TransnationalFormations (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2020). Submitted July 2019“Cutting out the Ulcer and Washing Away the Incubus of the Past: Genocide Prevention ThroughPopulation Transfer,” in A. Dirk Moses, Marco Duranti, and Roland Burke eds., Decolonization,Self-Determination, and the Rise of Global Human Rights Politics (Cambridge: CambridgeUniversity Press, 2020), 153-178.“Partitions, Hostages, Transfer: Retributive Violence and National Security,” in Arie Dubnov andLaura Robson, eds., Partitions: A Transnational History of Twentieth-Century Territorial Separatism(Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2019), 257-295, 344-355.“Introduction: The Holocaust in Greece,” in Giorgos Antoniou and A. Dirk Moses, ed., The Holocaustin Greece (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018), 1-12. Written with Giorgos Antoniou.“The Nigeria-Biafra War: Postcolonial Conflict and the Question of Genocide, 1967-1970,” in A. DirkMoses and Lasse Heerten, eds., Postcolonial Conflict and the Question of Genocide: The Nigeria5

Biafra War, 1967–1970 (New York and London: Routledge, 2018), 3-43. Written with LasseHeerten.“Anxieties in Holocaust and Genocide Studies,” in Claudio Fogu, Wulf Kansteiner, and Todd Presner,eds., Probing the Ethics of Holocaust Culture (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2016),332-54, 474-83.“Protecting Human Rights and Preventing Genocide: The Canadian Museum for Human for HumanRights and the Will to Intervene,” in Adam Muller, Karen Busby, and Andrew Woolford, eds., TheIdea of a Human Rights Museum (Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press, 2015), 40-69.“How and Why the Use and Abuse of History is Inescapable, Inevitable and Invaluable for Life,” inAndreas Andreou et. al., eds., Public History in Greece: Uses and Abuses of History (Thessaloniki:Epikentro Publications, 2015), 27-48. In Greek.“Civil War or Genocide? Britain and the Secession of East Pakistan in 1971,” in Aparna Sundar andNandini Sundar, eds., Civil Wars in South Asia: State, Sovereignty, Development (New Delhi: SageIndia, 2014), 142-64.“A Dialogue on the Ethics and Politics of Transcultural Memory” (with Michael Rothberg), in LucyBond and Jessica Rapson, eds., The Transcultural Turn: Interrogating Memory Between and BeyondBorders (Berlin: de Gruyter, 2014), 29-38.“Does the Holocaust Reveal or Conceal Other Genocides? The Canadian Museum for Human Rightsand Grievable Suffering,” in Douglas S. Irvin, Alexander L. Hinton, and Tom LaPointe, eds.,Hidden Genocides: Power, Knowledge, and Memory (New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press,2013), 21-51.“From Central Europe to Australia: Civilisational Ideals and Minority Survival,” in Gwenda Tavan, ed.,State of the Nation: Essays for Robert Manne (Melbourne: Black Inc., 2013), 220-30.“The Holocaust and World History: Raphael Lemkin and Comparative Methodology,” in Dan Stone,ed., The Holocaust and Historical Methodology (New York and Oxford: Berghahn Books, 2012),272-89. German translation published as “Weltgeschichte und Holocaust: Ein Blick in RaphaelLemkins unveröffentlichte Schriften,” in Sybille Steinbacher, ed., Holocaust und Völkermorde: DieReichweite des Vergleichs (Frankfurt: Campus Verlag, 2012), 195-214.“Race and Indigeneity in Contemporary Australia,” in Manfred Berg and Simon Wendt, eds., Racismin the Modern World: Historical Perspectives on Cultural Transfer and Adaptation (New York:Berghahn Books, 2011), 329-52.“Europe in the World: Systems and Cultures of Violence,” in Donald Bloxham and Robert Gerwarth,eds., Political Violence in Twentieth Century Europe (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press,2011), 11-39, 211-17. Written with Donald Bloxham, Martin Conway, Robert Gerwarth, and KlausWeinhauer.“Genocide and Ethnic Cleansing,” in Donald Bloxham and Robert Gerwarth, eds., Political Violencein Twentieth Century Europe (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011), 87-139, 225-38.Written with Donald Bloxham.“The United Nations, Humanitarianism and Human Rights: War Crimes/Genocide Trials for PakistaniSoldiers in Bangladesh, 1971-1974,” in Stefan-Ludwig Hoffman, ed., Human Rights in theTwentieth Century (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2011), 258-80. German translation inStefan-Ludwig Hoffman, ed., Moralpolitik: Geschichte der Menschenrechte im 20. Jahrhundert(Göttingen: Wallstein Verlag, 2010), 307-37.“Hannah Arendt, Imperialisms, and the Holocaust,” in Volker Langbehn and Mohammad Salama,eds., German Colonialism, Race, the Holocaust, and Postwar Germany (New York: ColumbiaUniversity Press, 2011), 72-92.“The National Apology to the Stolen Generations and the Frontier of Indigenous Alterity,” in RussellWest-Pavlov and Jennifer Wawrzinek, eds., Frontier Skirmishes: Cultural Debates in Australia after1992 (Heidelberg: Winter Verlag, 2010), 311-28.“The Holocaust and Colonialism,” in Peter Hayes and John Roth, eds., The Oxford Handbook ofHolocaust Studies (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), 68-80.6

“Der nichtdeutsche Deutsche und der deutsche Deutsche: Stigma und Opfer-Erlösung in der BerlinerRepublic,” in Daniel Fulda, Stefan-Ludwig Hoffman, and Till van Rahden, eds., Demokratie imSchatten der Gewalt: Geschichten des Privaten im deutschen Nachkrieg 1945-2005 (Göttingen:Wallstein Verlag, 2010), 353-78.“The Field of Genocide Studies,” in A. Dirk Moses, ed., Genocide: Critical Concepts in HistoricalStudies. 6 vols. (Abingdon: Routledge, 2010), 1-23.“Redemptive anti-Semitism and the Imperialist Imaginary,” in Paul Betts and Christian Wiese, eds.,Years of Persecution, Years of Extermination: Saul Friedländer and the Future of Holocaust Studies(London: Continuum, 2010), 233-54.“Australian Memory and the Apology to the Stolen Generations of Indigenous People,” in AleidaAssman and Sebastian Conrad, eds., Memory in a Global Age: Discourses, Practices, andTrajectories (Abingdon: Routledge, 2010), 32-58. Written with Danielle Celermajer.“Eugenics and Genocide,” in Alison Bashford and Philippa Levine, eds., The Oxford Handbookon Eugenics (Oxford: Oxford University Press, August 2010), 192-209. Written with Dan Stone.“Raphael Lemkin, Culture, and the Concept of Genocide,” in Donald Bloxham and A. Dirk Moses,eds., The Oxford Handbook on Genocide Studies (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), 19-41.Various contributions to Patrick Bahners and Andreas Cammern, eds., Der Streit um die Bundesrepublikund die DDR: Hans-Ulrich Wehlers “Deutsche Gesellschaftsgeschichte” in der Debatte (Munich:C.H. Beck, 2009).“‘The Muslims are our Misfortune!’” in Greg Noble, ed., Lines in the Sand: The Cronulla Riots and theLimits of Australian Multiculturalism (Sydney: Institute of Criminology, 2009), 95-110. Written withGeoffrey Brahm Levey.“West German Generations and the Gewaltfrage: The Conflict of the Sixty-Eighters and the FortyFivers,” in Warren Breckman, Peter Gordon, A. Dirk Moses, Samuel A. Moyn, and Elliot Y.Neaman, eds., The Modernist Imagination: News Essays in Intellectual History and Critical Theory(New York: Berghahn Books, 2009), 268-95. Written with Elliot Neaman.“Empire, Colony, Genocide: Keywords and Intellectual History,” in A. Dirk Moses, ed., Empire ColonyGenocide: Conquest, Occupation, and Subaltern Resistance in World History (New York: BerghahnBooks, 2008), 3-54.“Genocide and Modernity,” in Dan Stone, ed., The Historiography of Genocide (Houndmills: PalgraveMacMillan, 2008), 156-93.“Genocide in Australia?” in Deborah Gare and David Ritter, eds., Making Australian History:Perspectives on the Past since 1788 (Melbourne: Thomson Learning, 2007), 183-89.“Disentangling Master Concepts of Extermination,” in Stephan Atzert and Andrew Bonnell., eds.,Europe’s Pasts and Presents (Unley: Australian Humanities Press, 2004), 401-18.“Genocide and Settler Society in Australian History,” in A. Dirk Moses, ed., Genocide and SettlerSociety: Frontier Violence and Stolen Aboriginal Children in Australian History (New York:Berghahn Books, 2004), 3-48.“The Holocaust and Genocide,” in Dan Stone, ed., The Historiography of the Holocaust (Houndmills:Palgrave MacMillan, 2004), 533-55.“Revisionism and Denial,” in Robert Manne, ed., Whitewash: On Keith Windshuttle’s Fabrication ofAboriginal History (Melbourne: Black Inc., 2003), 337-70.“The Weimar Syndrome in the Federal Republic of Germany: Carl Schmitt and the Forty-FiverGeneration of Intellectuals,” in Holger Zaborowski und Stephan Loos, eds., Leben, Tod undEntscheidung: Studien zur Geistesgeschichte der Weimarer Republik (Berlin: Duncker und Humblot,2003), 187-207.“Biblical Narratives in German and American National Utopias,” in Norbert Finzsch and HermannWellenreuther, eds., Visions of the Future in Germany and America (Oxford and New York: BergPublishers, 2001), 431-44.“The State and the Student Movement in West Germany, 1967-1977,” in Gerard J. De Groot, ed.,Student Protest: The Sixties and After (London: Longman, 1998), 139-49.7

OTHER PUBLICATIONSOther Scholarly Publications“Flipping in the Classroom: Evaluating an Experiment in the Humanities,” Teaching@Sydney, 19 October2017, humanities.Forum: “Holocaust Scholarship and Politics in the Public Sphere: Reexamining the Causes, Consequences,and Controversy of the Historikerstreit and the Goldhagen Debate,” Central European History, 50:3(2017), 375–403.“Human Rights and Genocide: A Global Historical Perspective,” Gerald Stourzh Lecture on theHistory of Human Rights and Democracy, University of Vienna, 21 May es/2014.pdf.Comments as a member of a panel of experts organized by the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung onHans-Ulrich Wehler, Deutsche Gesellschaftsgeschichte, Vol. 5, August/September l %2Fwehler%2Fexp forum.php.“Comment,” in Tobias Freimüller, ed., Psychoanalyse und Protest: Alexander Mitscherlich und die“Achundsechziger” (Göttingen: Wallstein Verlag, 2008), 154-55.Forum, “The Changing Legacy of 1945 in Germany: A Round-Table Discussion between Doris Bergen,Volker Berghahn, Robert Moeller, Dirk Moses, and Dorothee Wierling,” German History, 23:4(2005), 519-46.“Interview with Duncan Waterson, 13 July 2002,” in Paul Ashton and Bridget Griffen-Foley, eds.,From the Frontier: Essays in Honour of Duncan Waterson (special joint issue of Journal of AustralianStudies and Australian Cultural History (Brisbane, 2001), 122-29.“Grinding the Generational Axe”: invited contribution to a review symposium of Rüdiger Hohls andKonrad H. Jarausch, eds., Versäumte Fragen. Deutsche Historiker im Schatten desNationalsozialismus (Stuttgart, 2000) for H-Soz-u-Kult (international internet list for GermanHistorians: ymposiu/versfrag/moses.htm“Sympathy for the Murderers of the Holocaust? A Reply to David Potts,” Australian HistoricalAssociation Bulletin, 91 (December 2000), 27-32.Reviews“The Long First World War” [review of Robert Gerwarth, The Vanquished: Why the First World WarFailed to End], in Sydney Review of Books, 10 February zing the History of International Criminal Law” [review of Philippe Sands, East-West Street: OnThe Origins of “Genocide” and “Crimes Against Humanity”] in Lawfare Blog, 2 June ory-international-criminal-law.Yifat Gutman, Adam D. Brown, and Amy Sodaro, eds., Memory and the Future: Transnational Politics,Ethics and Society (Houndmills: Palgrave MacMillan, 2010) in Criticism: A Quarterly for Literatureand the Arts, 53:4 (2011), 629-31.Deborah Staines, ed., Interrogating the War on Terror: Inter-Disciplinary Perspectives (Newcastle:Cambridge Scholars Press, 2007) in the Australasian Journal of American Studies, 29:2 (2010), 11720.Mark Mazower, Hitler’s Empire: How the Nazis Rules Europe (London: Penguin, 2008) in theAmerican Historical Review, 115:3 (2010), 885-86.Tanisha M. Fazal, State Death: The Politics and Geography of Conquest, Occupation, and Annexation(Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2007) in the Journal of Genocide Research, 12:3 (2010),281-82.Ann Laura Stoler, Carole McGranaham, and Peter Perdue, eds., Imperial Formations (Santa Fe, MX:School for Advanced Research Press; Oxford: James Currey, 2007) in the Journal of Colonialismand Colonial History, 10:3 (Winter 2009).8

John Cooper, Raphael Lemkin and the Genocide Convention (Houndmills: Palgrave MacMillan, 2008)in the Australian Journal of Politics and History, 55:1 (2009). 146-47.Alon Confino, Germany as Culture of Remembrance: Promises and Limits of Writing History (ChapelHill: University of North Carolina Press, 2006) in National Identities, 10:4 (2008), 455-57.Wolfgang Benz, Ausgrenzung, Vertreibung, Völkermord: Genozid im. 20. Jahrhundert (Munich:Deutsche Taschenbuch Verlag, 2006) in the English Historical Review, no. 505 (December 2008),1590-92.Dagmar Herzog, Sex after Fascism: Memory and Morality in the Twentieth-Century Germany(Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2005) in German History, 25:3 (2007), 447-49.Robert S. Frey, ed., The Genocidal Temptation: Auschwitz, Hiroshima, Rwanda and Beyond (Dallas:University Press of America, 2004) in Holocaust and Genocide Studies, 20:1 (2006), 141-43.Bain Attwood, Telling the Truth about Aboriginal History (Sydney 2005) in the Australian Book Review(November 2005), 13-14.Richard J. Evans, The Coming of the Third Reich (London 2003) in German History, 22 (2004),656-58.Bill Niven, Facing the Nazi Past (London, 2001) in Holocaust and Genocide Studies, 18 (2004), 48082.D. D. Guttenplan, The Holocaust on Trial (New York, 2001), Geoff Eley, ed., The “Goldhagen Effect”(Ann Arbor, 2001), and Robert R. Shandley, ed., Unwilling Germans? (Minneapolis, 1998) in theJournal of Modern History, 75 (2003), 994-1000.Alexander L. Hinton, ed., Annihilating Difference: The Anthropology of Genocide (Berkeley, 2002) inEthics and International Affairs (April 2003), 160-62.Richard J. Evans, Telling Lies about Hitler: History, the Holocaust and the David Irving Trial (London,2002) in The Age (Melbourne), 10 August 2002.Alison Palmer, Colonial Genocide (Adelaide 1999) in the Australian Journal of Politics and History, 45:1(2002), 109-10.Mark Levene and Penny Roberts, eds., The Massacre in History (New York, 1999) in the Journal ofGenocide Research, 3:3 (2001), 489-91.Jan-Werner Müller, Another Country: German Intellectuals, Unification and National Identity (NewHaven, 2000) in German Politics and Society, 19: 2 (Summer 2001), 119-24.Thomas F. Homer-Dixon, Environment, Scarcity, and Violence (Princeton, N.J., 1999) in the Journal ofGenocide Research, 3:2 (2001), 307-10.Mary Fulbrook, German National Identity after the Holocaust (London, 1999) in Politikon: The SouthAfrican Journal of Political Studies, 27 (April 2000), 175-77.Norbert Elias, The Germans: Power Struggles and the Development of Habitus in the Nineteenth andTwentieth Centuries (New York, 1996) on H-German (international internet list for Germanhistorians: http://www.h-n

Contemporary European History, Canadian Journal of History, German Quarterly, Archiv Für Sozialgeschichte, German Politics and Society, Holocaust and Genocide Studies. Anthologies Decolonization, Self-Determination, and the Rise of Global Human Rights Politi