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On the Multiple Uses of Video Footage among Contemporary Perpetrators

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Uğur Ümit Üngör

Utrecht University, NL
About Uğur
Uğur Ümit Üngör is Associate Professor at the Department of History at Utrecht University and Research Fellow at the NIOD Institute for War, Holocaust, and Genocide Studies in Amsterdam. His main areas of interest are state formation and nation formation, with a particular focus on mass violence. His most recent publications include Genocide: New Perspectives on its Causes, Courses and Consequences (Amsterdam University Press, 2016, ed.), Confiscation and Destruction: The Young Turk Seizure of Armenian Property (Continuum, 2011) and the award-winning The Making of Modern Turkey: Nation and State in Eastern Anatolia, 1913-1950 (Oxford University Press, 2011). He is an editor of the Journal of Perpetrator Research, and coordinator of the Syrian Oral History project at NIOD. He is currently leading an NWO-funded research project on paramilitarism and completing the monograph Paramilitarism: Mass Violence in the Shadow of the State (Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2019).
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Video as a Weapon in Contemporary Conflicts
How to Cite: Üngör, U.Ü., 2019. On the Multiple Uses of Video Footage among Contemporary Perpetrators. Journal of Perpetrator Research, 2(2), pp.207–215. DOI: http://doi.org/10.21039/jpr.2.2.57
Published on 19 Oct 2019.

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