Cambodian Genocide Program
The Cambodian genocide, in which at least 1.7 million people lost their lives, stands as one of the worst human tragedies of the modern era. In Cambodia, as in Nazi Germany, Yugoslavia, and Rwanda, extremist politics conspired with a diabolic disregard for human life to produce repression, misery, and murder on a massive scale. The Cambodian genocide is unique, though, in that for many years it remained largely undocumented, and is only now being investigated for the purposes of bringing its perpetrators to justice.
Genocide Resources for Teaching and Research
A web site developed and maintained by the Genocide Research Project of the Dept. of Criminology and Criminal Justice at The University of Memphis AND the Center for Research on Crime and Justice of the Department of Sociology at The Pennsylvania State University.
GENDERCIDE WATCH seeks to confront acts of gender-selective mass killing around the world. We believe that such atrocities against ordinary men and women constitute one of humanity's worst blights, and one of its greatest challenges in the new millennium.
Idea: A Journal of Social Issues
IDEA is an electronic journal created for the exchange of ideas related mainly, to cults, mass movements, autocratic power, war, genocide, democide, holocaust, and murder.
Simon Wiesenthal Center
A comprehensive resource on the Holocaust and World War II.