Book details

Publication date: September 2022
Features: Index
Keywords: Colonialism; Empire-building; Famine; Holodomor; British Empire; China; Soviet Union; Stalinism; Genocide
Subject(s): HISTORY / Modern / 19th Century, HISTORY / Modern / 20th Century / General, HISTORY / Europe / Eastern, Colonialism and imperialism, History: plagues, diseases etc, Colonialism; Empire-building; Famine; Holodomor; British Empire; China; Soviet Union; Stalinism; Genocide, History / Colonialism / Genocide, Ukrainian
Publisher(s): CIUS Press

Bohdan Klid. Bohdan Klid is a historian of Ukraine and specialist on the Great Ukrainian Famine-Genocide of 1932–33. He is associated with the Holodomor Research and Education Consortium at the Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies, University of Alberta.

Preface / Bohdan Klid
Introduction: Empire-Building, Imperial Policies, and Famine in Occupied Territories and Colonies / Bohdan Klid
1 Famine As an Instrument of Nazi Occupation Policy in Ukraine, 1941-44 / Oleksandr Lysenko, Tetiana Zabolotna, Oleksandr Maievs'kyi (trans. Mark Baker)
Dying Hungry: Nazi Ideology and the Pragmatism behind Starvation in Implementing the Final Solution / Kiril Feferman
Food Supply, Starvation, and Food As a Weapon in the Camps and Ghettos of Romanian-Occupied Bessarabia and Transnistria, 1941-44 / Paul A. Shapiro
Hunger Habitus: State, Society, and Starvation in Twentieth-Century Bengal / Janam Mukherjee
Stalin’s Faminogenic Policies in Ukraine: The Imperial Discourse / Liudmyla Hrynevych; Andrew Sorokowski (trans.)
Internal Colonialism, Alien Rule, and Famine in Ireland and Ukraine / Michael Hechter
Was the Great Irish Famine a Colonial Famine? / Peter Gray
The 1958-62 Chinese Famine and Its Impact on Ethnic Minorities / Lucien Bianco
Raphaël Lemkin, Genocide, Colonialism, Famine, and Ukraine / Douglas Irvin-Erickson
Index
ISBNs: 9781894865661 978-1-894865-66-1 Title: empire colonialism and famine in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries