PUBLIKATIONEN Timothy Williams

 

 Monographien

The Complexity of Evil. Modelling Perpetration in Genocide. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press (unter Vertrag)

 

 

Herausgeberschaften

2018.

Perpetrators and Perpetration of Mass Violence. Dynamics, motivations and concepts. Abingdon: Routledge (herausgegeben zusammen mit Susanne Buckley-Zistel).

 

 

Zeitschriften (mit Peer-Review-Verfahren)

2019.

Ideological and Behavioural Radicalisation into Terrorism – an Alternative Sequencing.“ Journal for Deradicalisation 19: 50-85.

2019.

Konkurrierende Erinnerungspolitiken in Gedenkstätten. ‚Mnemonische Rollenzuschreibungen’’und Ellipsen im Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum.“ Peripherie 39 (1): 8-25.

2019.

NGO interventions in the post-conflict memoryscape. The effect of competing "mnemonic role attributions" on reconciliation in Cambodia.“ Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding 13 (2): 158-179.

2019.

‚They will rot the society, rot the Party, and rot the army.’ Toxification as an ideology and motivation for perpetrating violence in the Khmer Rouge genocide?Terrorism and Political Violence 31 (3): 494-515 (mit Rhiannon Neilsen).

2018.

Agency, responsibility, and culpability – the complexity of roles and self-representations of perpetrators.“ Journal of Perpetrator Research 2 (1): 39-64.

2018.

Visiting the tiger zone – methodological, conceptual and ethical challenges of ethnographic research on perpetrators.“ International Peacekeeping 25 (5): 610-629.

2017.

Into the mind of evil. A sociological perspective on the role of intent and motivations in genocide.“ Genocide Studies and Prevention 11 (2): 72-87 (mit Dominik Pfeiffer).

2017.

Sequence Will Tell! Integrating Temporality into Set-Theoretic Multi-Method Research Combining Comparative Process Tracing and Qualitative Comparative Analysis.“ International Journal of Social Research Methodology 20 (2): 121-135 (mit Sergio Gemperle).

2016.

More lessons learned from the Holocaust - towards a complexity-embracing approach to why genocide occurs.“ Genocide Studies and Prevention 9 (3): 137-153.

2016.

Beyond Peace vs. Justice: Assessing Transitional Justice’s Impact on Enduring Peace using Qualitative Comparative Analysis.“ Transitional Justice Review 1 (4): 96-123 (mit Mariam Salehi).

2016.

„Opportunism, authority and ideology. On the motivations of Turkish perpetrators as portrayed in the 1919 War Crimes trials.“ International Journal of Armenian Genocide Studies 3

2014.

The Complexity of Evil: a Multi-Faceted Approach to Genocide Perpetration.“ Zeitschrift für Friedens- und Konfliktforschung 3 (1): 71-98.

 

 

Kapitel in Herausgeberschaften

In Erscheinung.

„Visiting the tiger zone – methodological, conceptual and ethical challenges of ethnographic research on perpetrators.“ In: Gearoid Millar (Hg.). Engaging Ethnographic Peace Research. Abingdon: Routledge. (Abdruck des International Peacekeeping Artikels)

2020.

„Perpetrator Research.“ In: Oliver Richmond/Gëzim Visoka (Hg.). The Palgrave Encyclopedia of Peace and Conflict Studies. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan.

2019.

„Frieden und Transitional Justice.“ In: Hans J. Gießmann/Bernhard Rinke (Hg.). Handbuch Frieden. 2 Auflage. Wiesbaden: Springer VS: 731-740 (mit Mariam Salehi).

2018.

„‚I am not, what I am.’ A typological approach to individual (in)action in the Holocaust.“ In: Christina Morina/Krijn Thijs (Hg.). Probing the Limits of Categorization:  The Bystander in Holocaust History. New York: Berghahn.

2018.

„Perpetrator-victims. How universal victimhood in Cambodia impacts dealing with the past and transitional justice measures.“ In: Nanci Adler (Hg.). Understanding the Age of Transitional Justice: Narratives in Historical Perspective. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press: 194-212.

2018.

„Perpetrators and Perpetration of Mass Violence: an introduction.“ In: Timothy Williams/Susanne Buckley-Zistel (Hg.). Perpetrators and Perpetration of Mass Violence. Dynamics, motivations and concepts. Abingdon: Routledge: 1-14 (mit Susanne Buckley-Zistel).

2018.

„‚Thinking beyond perpetrators, bystanders, heroes: a typology of action in genocide.“ In: Timothy Williams/Susanne Buckley-Zistel (Hg.). Perpetrators and Perpetration of Mass Violence. Dynamics, motivations and concepts. Abingdon: Routledge: 17-35.

2017.

„The foot soldiers of evil – on the importance of individual perpetrators in genocide prevention.“ In: Samuel Totten (Hg.). Last Lectures on the Prevention and Intervention of Genocide (Routledge Studies in Genocide and Crimes against Humanity). Abingdon: Routledge.

 

 

Veröffentlichungen ohne Begutachtung

2019.

Book review: The Justice Facade. Trials of Transition in Cambodia by Alexander Laban Hinton.Genocide Studies and Prevention 13 (2): 152-154.

2018.

Justice and reconciliation for the victims of the Khmer Rouge? Victim participation in Cambodia’s transitional justice process. Research report. Marburg: Centre for Conflict Studies; Phnom Penh: Centre for Study of Humanitarian Law; Bern: swisspeace (mit Julie Bernath, Boravin Tann and Somaly Kum).

2018.

Film Review: First They Killed My Father: A Daughter of Cambodia Remembers.“ Genocide Studies and Prevention: 12 (1): 113-114.

2018.

„Die Komplexität des Bösen.“ Wissenschaft & Frieden

2017.

„Die Herrschaft der Khmer Rouge. Geschichte der fortgesetzten Gewalt in Kambodscha.“ In: Bastian Bretthauer/Susanne Lenz/Jutta Werdes (Hg.). Kambodscha. Ein politisches Lesebuch. Berlin: regiospectra.

2017.

Memory Politics, Cultural Heritage and Peace. Introducing an Analytical Framework to Study Mnemonic Formations.Research Cluster on Peace, Memory & Cultural Heritage Working Papers 1 (mit Annika Björkdahl, Susanne Buckley-Zistel, Stefanie Kappler and Johanna Mannergren Selimovic).

2017.

Book Review: Confronting Evil. Engaging Our Responsibility to Protect by James Waller.“ Historical Dialogues, Justice and Memory Network.

2017.

„Why did they join?“ In: Daram Bramsan/Ali Al-Nasani (Hg.). Dealing with the Past: Engaging in the Present. Phnom Penh: Heinrich Böll Foundation Cambodia: 47-51.

2017.

„Entering the Tiger Zone – Eine fotografisch-wissenschaftliche Ausstellung zu Kadern der Khmer Rouge.“ Südostasien - Zeitschrift für Politik • Kultur • Dialog (mit Fotos von Daniel Welschenbach).

2016.

Book review: Man or Monster? The Trial of a Khmer Rouge Torturer by Alexander Laban Hinton.“ Genocide Studies and Prevention 10 (3): 98-100.

2016.

„Warum haben sich ganz normale Menschen an Gewaltexzessen der Roten Khmer beteiligt?“ in: Georg Wenz/Sascha Werthes (Hg.). Erinnern – Verstehen – Verhindern. Vom schwierigen Umgang mit Verbrechen gegen die Menschlichkeit. Landau: Schriftenreihe der Evangelischen Akademie der Pfalz 02.

2011.

Beyond Development and Counter-Insurgency. Searching for a Political Solution to the Malay Secessionist Conflict in Southern Thailand.“ Scholar Report. London: LSE Asia Research Centre.

2010.

Mindanao’s MoA-AD Debacle – An Analysis of Individuals’ Voices, Provincial Propaganda and National Disinterest.“ Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs 29 (1): 121-144.