"To Kill A People": Cox’s Book Considers Genocide in 20th Century

To Kill A People

Throughout history, governments and armies have conspired to brutally wipe out entire groups of people through mass murder and the destruction of social and cultural structures, in an ancient practice that since World War II has been labeled by the term genocide.

John Cox, director of UNC Charlotte’s Center for Holocaust, Genocide & Human Rights Studies, has offered a new perspective on the meaning and significance of genocide in his book, To Kill a People: Genocide in the Twentieth Century (Oxford University Press). Cox is an associate professor in the Department of Global, International & Area Studies in the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences.

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