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Special Section on Michael Rothberg’s The Implicated Subject: Introduction

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Susanne Knittel ,

Utrecht University, NL
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Sofía Forchieri

Utrecht University, NL
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Abstract

For this issue of JPR we have assembled a special section on The Implicated Subject in order to begin exploring the implications of Rothberg’s intervention for the field of perpetrator studies. The special section opens with an interview with Rothberg in which we asked him to reflect on how his work relates to questions of perpetration, guilt, responsibility, and complicity. The interview is followed by three responses to Rothberg’s book, all of which were commissioned and largely written before the current crisis. We asked three scholars from different disciplinary backgrounds – Nathan Snaza (English and curriculum studies), Honni van Rijswijk (Law), and Juliane Prade-Weiss (Comparative Literature) – to reflect on and think with Rothberg’s book and to bring it into dialogue with their own work.
How to Cite: Knittel, S. and Forchieri, S., 2020. Special Section on Michael Rothberg’s The Implicated Subject: Introduction. Journal of Perpetrator Research, 3(1), pp.3–5. DOI: http://doi.org/10.21039/jpr.3.1.65
Published on 05 May 2020.

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