Publications and Scholarly Activity

Canadian Journal of Political ScienceRefereed Books Authored and Co-Authored

The Sleeping Giant Awakens: Genocide, Indian Residential Schools, and the Challenge of Conciliation (University of Toronto Press, 2019).

Introduction to Politics, Second Canadian Edition co-authored with R. Garner, P. Ferdinand and S. Lawson (Oxford University Press Canada, 2016). 

Introduction to Politics, First Canadian Edition co-authored with R. Garner, P. Ferdinand and S. Lawson (Oxford University Press Canada, 2012).

Thinking History, Fighting Evil: Neoconservatives and the Perils of Historical Analogy in American Politics (Lexington / Rowman & Littlefield; 2009).

Identity Politics in the Age of Genocide: The Holocaust and Historical Representation (Routledge, 2008). 

Balkan holocausts? Serbian and Croatian Victim Centred Propaganda and the War in Yugoslavia (Manchester University Press, 2002).

Refereed Books Co-Edited

Populism and World Politics: Exploring Inter- and Transnational Dimensions, with  F.A. Stengel and D. Nabers (Palgrave MacMillan, 2019).

Europe in its Own Eyes, Europe in the Eyes of the Other, co-edited with Mary DeCoste (Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2014) 322 pp.

The Bush Leadership, the Power of Ideas and the War on Terror, co-edited with Dirk Nabers and Robert G. Patman (Ashgate Press, 2012) 220 pp. 

The Ethics of Foreign Policy, co-edited with R.G. Patman and B. Mason-Parker (Ashgate Press, 2007) 249 pp.

Peer Reviewed Journal Guest Edited

(Co-edited with Tricia E. Logan) 1 Special Issue, 1 Symposium of Genocide Studies and Prevention (University of Toronto Press) on Indigenous Genocide – the journal is rigorously peer reviewed and is the official journal of the International Association of Genocide Scholars.

Special Issue title: “Time, Movement, and Space: Genocide Studies and Indigenous Peoples” Volume 9, Issue 2  (2015).

Special Symposium (4 articles) title: “Genocide Studies, Colonization, and Indigenous Peoples” Volume 10, Issue 1 (2016).

Refereed Articles

Genocide Studies and Prevention

“Sovereignty, Indigeneity, and Biopower: The Carceral Trajectories of Canada’s Forced Removals of Indigenous Children and the Contemporary Prison System” (co-authored with my PhD student Jackie Gillis)  Sites: New Series · vol. 14, No. 1 (2017)

“Treaty Relations between Indigenous Peoples: Advancing Global Understandings of Self-Determination,” (co-authored with Sheryl Lightfoot) in New Diversities vol. 19, No. 2 (2017) pp 25-39.

“Do We Need Kiwi Lessons in Biculturalism? Considering the Usefulness of Aotearoa/New Zealand's Pākehā Identity in Re-Articulating Indigenous Settler Relations in Canada,” Canadian Journal of Political Science, Volume 49, Issue 4 (2016) pp. 643-664.

“Genocide Studies, Colonization, and Indigenous Peoples”, Introduction co-authored with Tricia Logan, in Genocide Studies and Prevention, Volume 10, Issue 1 (2016). pp. 1-5.

“Time, Movement and Space: Genocide Studies and Indigenous People”, Introduction co-authored with Tricia Logan, in Genocide Studies and Prevention, Volume 9, Issue 2 (2015). pp. 1-8.

Review Article: “Leadership Styles and Policy Breakdown: Bush and Rumsfeld and the War in Iraq,” International Studies Review, Volume 17, Issue 3 (2015). pp. 487–489.

“Canada’s history wars: indigenous genocide and public memory in the United States, Australia, and Canada” in Journal of Genocide Research, Volume 17, No 4 (2015) pp. 411-431.

“The Last Acceptable Prejudice? Anti-Americanism in US–Canada Relations” in Australasian Canadian Studies, Volume 31 Number 1-2, 2013-14, pp 29-52.

“Reforming Multiculturalism in a Bi-National Society: Aboriginal Peoples and the Search for Truth and Reconciliation in Canada,” Canadian Journal of Sociology, Vol 39, No 1 (2014), pp. 65-86.

“Reconciliation After Genocide in Canada: Towards a Syncretic Model of Democracy” AlterNative: An International Journal of Indigenous Peoples Volume 9, Number 1 (2013) pp. 60-73. 

“Reflections on Anti-Americanism in among the Antipodes: Australia and New Zealand”, co-authored with Brendon O’Connor, in New Zealand & Australian Armed Forces Law Review 2013. (17 pp., 7,300 words) 

“Genocide, Reconciliation, and the Residential Schools: A Survey of Federal, Provincial, and Territorial Attitudes among Elected Officials in Canada,” (with Mark Mitchell)  Canadian Political Science Review, Vol. 6, No. 2, 2012, 117-130

​“The Genocide Question and Indian Residential Schools in Canada”, co-authored with my research assistant Graham Hudson, Canadian Journal of Political Science, Vol 45, No 2 (June 2012) 427–449. 

“Bush’s America and the New Exceptionalism: The Holocaust, Victimhood and the Trans-Atlantic Rift” Third World Quarterly Vol. 29 No. 6 (September, 2008) pp. 1101-1118.

“First Nations, Residential Schools, and the Americanization of the Holocaust: Rewriting Indigenous History in America, Australia, and Canada”, Canadian Journal of Political Science (December 2007). pp. 995-1015. Lead Article.

“Imagining the Twentieth Century: Retrospective, Myth, and the Colonial Question” PORTAL Journal of Multidisciplinary International Studies Vol. 4, No. 1 (2007) pp.1-27.

“Pushing the Limits of Humanity?: Reinterpreting Animal Rights and ‘Personhood’ through the Prism of the Holocaust”, Journal of Human Rights Vol. 5, No. 4 (2006) pp.417-39.

“Globalizing the Holocaust: A Jewish “useable past” in Serbian and Croatian nationalism”, PORTAL, Vol. 2, No. 2 (2005) pp.1-31.

“Forgetting and Denying: Iris Chang, the Holocaust and the Challenge of Nanking”, International Politics (2005) pp.403-28. Lead Article.

“Daring to compare: The debate about a Maori ‘holocaust’ in New Zealand”, Journal of Genocide Research (September, 2003) pp.383-404.

“The Quest for Purity: Linguistic Politics and the War in Croatia”, Slovo: An inter-disciplinary journal of Russian, East European and Eurasian Affairs, Vol. 15 No. 1 (2003) pp.5-21. Lead Article.

“The Myth of “Europe” in Croatian Politics and Economics”, Slovo Vol 12 (2000) pp.68-103.

“Political Zionism and the ‘Nebeski Narodniks’: Towards an Understanding of the Serbian National Self”, Slovo Vol. 10 Nos. 1-2 (1998) pp.91-114.

Refereed Book Chapters

“Immigration and Integration in the Settler Colonial State: The Case of Canada” in James T. Baker and Mojgan Rahbari-Jawoko (eds.) Critical Immigration Context and Policy Issues in Canada (University of Alberta Press, forthcoming 2019)

“Afterword and Reflections: Immigration, Integration, and the Rise of Global Populism” in Baker and Rahbari-Jawoko, Op Cit.

“Between Populism and Pluralism: Winston Peters and the International Relations of New Zealand First,” in MacDonald, Stengel, and Nabers (eds) Op Citforthcoming.

“Paved with Comfortable Intentions: Moving Beyond Liberal Multiculturalism and Civil Rights Frames on the Road to Transformative Reconciliation,” In Craft and Regan (Eds.), Pathways to Reconciliation (University of Manitoba Press, forthcoming 2019).

“Health in the Aftermath of Genocide: Healing and Reconciliation after the Indian Residential Schools Experience in Canada,” in Innes, Van Styvendale, and Henry (eds.) Global Indigenous Health (University of Arizona Press, 2018), pp 27-45.

“Aotearoa Nw Zealand's Biculturalism: Lessons for Indigenous-Settler Relations in Canada,” In Patman and Iati (Eds.),New Zealand and the World (Singapore: World Scientific, 2018) pp. 67-82.

“Coming to terms with the Canadian past: Truth and reconciliation, Indigenous genocide, and the post-war German model,” in Mischa Gabowitsch (Ed.), Replicating Atonement. Foreign Models in the Commemoration of Atrocities (Palgrave, 2017) pp. 163-87.

“Forgetting to Celebrate: Genocide and Social Amnesia,” in Kiera Ladner and Myra Tait (eds) Surviving Canada: Indigenous Peoples Celebrate 150 Years of Betrayal (Arbeiter Ring Publishing, 2017) pp. 159-80.

“Introduction: Identity, Memory, and Contestation in Europe” in D. MacDonald and M. DeCoste (eds) Op Cit. pp 1-16.

“Retrospective, Myth, and the Colonial Question: Twentieth Century Europe as the Other in World History,” in D. MacDonald and M. DeCoste (eds) Op Cit. pp. 112-143.

“Genocide in the Indian Residential Schools: Canadian History through the Lens of the UN Genocide Convention” in Andrew Woolford, Jeff Benvenuto, and Alexander Laban Hinton (eds), Colonial Genocide in Indigenous North America (Duke University Press, 2014) pp. 465-493.

“Introduction” co-authored with R.G. Patman and D. Nabers in  MacDonald, Patman, and Nabers (eds) op cit. pp. 1-18 

“Conclusion” co-authored with R.G. Patman and D. Nabers in  MacDonald, Patman, and Nabers (eds) op cit. pp. 195-203

“Historical Analogies and Leadership in Bush Administration Foreign Policy” in MacDonald, Patman and Nabers op. cit. pp. 37-55

“Australia and New Zealand: Special Relationships in the Anglo-American World”, with Brendon O’Connor in Peter J Katzenstein (ed.) Anglo-America and its Discontents: Civilizational Identities beyond West and East (New York: Routledge, 2012) pp. 176-204 

“The Power of Ideas in International Relations” in D. Nabers and N. Godehardt (eds), Regional Powers and Regional Orders (London: Routledge, 2010) pp. 33-48

“Americanization” in George Kurian, et al., The Encyclopedia of Political Science (Washington, DC: CQ Press / SAGE, 2010)

“America’s Memory Problems: Diaspora Groups, Civil Society and the Perils of ‘Chosen Amnesia’” in Jing-Bao Nie, Nanyan Guo, and Arthur Kleinman (eds), Japanese Wartime Medical Atrocities: Comparative Perspectives on Science, History and Ethics (Routledge: 2010) pp. 166-182

“Subaltern Discourse and Genocide: Serbian Victimization and Historical Justifications for War: 1980-2000”, in Nicholas Robins and Adam Jones (eds), Genocides By The Oppressed: Subaltern Movements and Retributive Genocide (University of Indiana Press, 2009) pp. 103-121

(editor and primary contributor), “Living Together or Hating Each Other?,” in Charles Ingrao and Thomas Emmert (eds) Confronting the Yugoslav Controversies: A Scholar’s Initiative (Lafayette, ID: Purdue University Press, 2009) pp. 390-424

“Putting Canada’s ‘Canadian Holocaust’ in Perspective: Comparative Indigenous History in Western Settler Societies” in Shuli Barzilai, Arza Churchman, and Allen Zysblatt (eds) Coping with Crisis: Conflict Management and Resolution (Jerusalem: Magnes Press / Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 2008) pp. 281-302

“The Importance of Being European: Narratives of East and West in Serbian and Croatian Nationalism” in Ireneusz Pawel Karolewski and Andrzej Marcin Suszycki (eds), Multiplicity of Nationalism in Contemporary Europe (Berlin: LIT Verlag; Lanham, MD: Lexington Books / Rowman & Littlefield, 2008) pp. 236-256

“Exceptionalism, the Holocaust and American Foreign Policy”, in The Ethics of Foreign Policy (London: Ashgate, 2007) pp. 23-38

(co-authored with Robert G. Patman) “Introduction: Ethics and International Relations” in The Ethics of Foreign Policy (London: Ashgate, 2007). pp. 1-22

(co-authored with Stephen Haigh and Robert G. Patman) “Conclusion: Some Reflections on Ethics and Foreign Policy” in The Ethics of Foreign Policy (London: Ashgate, 2007). pp. 235-41

“India: Security in the Twentieth Century and After” in Paul Bellamy and Karl De Rouen (eds) International Security and the United States: An Encyclopedia (Greenwood Publishing, 2007) pp. 301-324

“Serbs and the Jewish Trope: Nationalism, Victimhood and the Successor Wars in Yugoslavia: 1986-2000”, in Wojciech Burszta, Tomasz Kamusella and Sebastian Wojciechowski (eds) Nationalisms Across the Globe: An overview of the nationalisms of state-endowed and stateless nations (Poznan: Wyzsza Szkola Nauk Humanistycznych i Dziennikarstwa, 2005) pp. 97-129.

“Regionalism: New Zealand, Asia, the Pacific, and Australia” in Robert G. Patman and Chris Rudd (eds.) Sovereignty Under Siege? The Case of New Zealand (London: Ashgate Press, 2005) pp.171-192.

“Balkansturm 1999? Die Vereinigten Staaten, die NATO und die Bombardierung Jugoslawiens”, in Adam Jones (ed.), Völkermord, Kriegsverbrechen und der Westen, trans. Ulrike Seith, Petra Weber, and Alexis Rada (Berlin: Parthas Verlag GmbH, 2005) pp 324–50.

“The Fire in 1999?: The United States, NATO, and the Bombing of Yugoslavia”, in Adam Jones (ed.) Genocide, War Crimes, and the West: Ending the Culture of Impunity (London: Zed Books, 2004) pp 276–298.