Professor Dirk Moses

BA UQ MPhil St Andrews MA Notre Dame PhD Calif
Professor of Modern History

A18 - Brennan MacCallum Building
The University of Sydney

Biographical details

A. Dirk Moses is professor of modern history at the University of Sydney. Raised in Brisbane, Australia, he was educated at the Universities of Queensland (B.A. 1987), St. Andrews (M.Phil. 1990), Notre Dame (M.A. 1994), and California, Berkeley (Ph.D. 2000). Before coming to Sydney, he was a research fellow at the University of Freiburg, where he worked on postwar German debates about the recent past, a project that appeared as German Intellectuals and the Nazi Past (Cambridge, 2007), which won the H-Soz-u-Kult ‘The Historical Book of the Year’ prize for contemporary History. All the while, Dirk has pursued a parallel interest in genocide in colonial contexts, on which he has published many articles, book chapters, and edited books, including the prize-winning Empire, Colony, Genocide: Conquest, Occupation and Subaltern Resistance in World History (Berghahn 2008/pbk 2009), The Oxford Handbook of Genocide Studies (2010 with Donald Bloxam), and Colonial Counterinsurgency and Mass Violence: The Dutch Empire in Indonesia (2014 with Bart Luttikhuis).

Between 2011 and 2015, Dirk was the professor of global and colonial history at the European University Institute, Florence. In 2010, he was a fellow at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in Washington, D.C. for his project on the 'diplomacy of genocide', a study of genocide claims in postcolonial secessionist civil wars in the 1960s and early 1970s. For his critical intellectual history of the genocide concept, he spent 2008 as an Alexander von Humboldt Foundation Fellow at the Zentrum für Zeithistorische Forschung in Potsdam, and 2004/2005 as a Charles H. Revson Foundation Fellow at the Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies in Washington D.C.

Dirk has been senior editor of the Journal of Genocide Research since 2011, and co-edits the series "War and Genocide" for Berghahn Books. He is also a member of the editorial boards of the journals Patterns of Prejudice, Memory Studies, and Settler Colonial Studies, and of the international academic advisory boards of the Vienna Wiesenthal Institute for Holocaust Studies; the Online Encyclopedia of Mass Violence, Institute For Genocide Awareness & Applied Research, and UCD Centre for War Studies.

PhD and master's project opportunities

Selected grants

2004

  • The racial century; Moses A; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).

2003

  • The racial century: the politics of demography, ethnic cleansing and genocide in Europe and its emipres, c. 1850-1950; Moses A; DVC Research/Research and Development Scheme: Research and Development (R&D).

2001

  • The languages of republicanism and the foundation of West Germany; Moses A; DVC Research/Research and Development Scheme: Newly Appointed Staff (NAS).

Selected publications

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Books

  • Moses, A. (2007). German Intellectuals and the Nazi Past. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Edited Books

  • Luttikhuis, B., Moses, A. (2014). Colonial Counterinsurgency and Mass Violence: The Dutch Empire in Indonesia. Abingdon, UK & New York: Routledge.
  • Moses, A., Bloxham, D. (2010). The Oxford Handbook of Genocide Studies. New York, USA: Oxford University Press.
  • Breckman, W., Gordon, P., Moses, A., Moyn, S., Neaman, E. (2009). The Modernist Imagination: Intellectual History and Critical Theory, Essays in Honor of Martin Jay. United States: Berghahn Books.
  • Moses, A. (2008). Empire, Colony, Genocide: Conquest, Occupation, and Subaltern Resistance in World History. New York: Berghahn Books.
  • Moses, A., Stone, D. (2007). Colonialism and Genocide. London & New York: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Moses, A. (2004). Genocide and Settler Society: Frontier Violence and Stolen Indigenous Children in Australian History. New York: Berghahn Books.

Book Chapters

  • Moses, A. (2015). Protecting Human Rights and Preventing Genocide: The Canadian Museum for Human Rights and the Will to Intervene. In Karen Busby, Adam Muller, Andrew Woolford (Eds.), The Idea of a Human Rights Museum, (pp. 40-69). Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press.
  • Moses, A. (2014). Civil War or Genocide? Britain and the Secession of East Pakistan in 1971. In Aparna Sundar, Nandini Sundar (Eds.), Civil Wars in South Asia: State, Sovereignty, Development, (pp. 142-164). New Delhi, India: Sage Publications.
  • Moses, A. (2014). Does the Holocaust Reveal or Conceal Other Genocides? In Alexander Laban Hinton, Thomas La Pointe, Douglas Irvin-Erickson (Eds.), Hidden Genocides: Power, Knowledge, Memory, (pp. 21-51). New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press.
  • Luttikhuis, B., Moses, A. (2014). Introduction: Colonial counterinsurgency and mass violence: the Dutch empire in Indonesia. In B. Luttikhuis & A.D. Moses (Eds.), Colonial Counterinsurgency and Mass Violence: The Dutch Empire in Indonesia, (pp. 1-24). Abingdon, UK & New York: Routledge.
  • Moses, A. (2013). From Central Europe to Australia: Civilisational Ideals and Minority Survival. In Gwenda Tavan (Eds.), State of the Nation: Essays for Robert Manne, (pp. 220-230). Melbourne: Black Inc.
  • Moses, A. (2012). The Holocaust and World History: Raphael Lemkin and Comparative Methodology. In Dan Stone (Eds.), The Holocaust and Historical Methodology, (pp. 272-289). New York, US: Berghahn Books.
  • Bloxham, D., Conway, M., Gerwarth, R., Moses, A., Weinhauer, K. (2011). Europe in the world: systems and cultures of violence. In Donald Bloxham and Robert Gerwarth (Eds.), Political Violence in Twentieth-Century Europe, (pp. 11-39). New York, US: Cambridge University Press.
  • Bloxham, D., Moses, A. (2011). Genocide and ethnic cleansing. In Donald Bloxham and Robert Gerwarth (Eds.), Political Violence in Twentieth-Century Europe, (pp. 87-139). New York, US: Cambridge University Press.
  • Moses, A. (2011). Hannah Arendt, Imperialisms, and the Holocaust. In Volker Langbehn and Mohammad Salama (Eds.), German Colonialism: Race, the Holocaust, and Postwar Germany, (pp. 72-92). New York, US: Columbia University Press.
  • Moses, A. (2011). Race and Indigeneity in Contemporary Australia. In Manfred Berg and Simon Wendt (Eds.), Racism in the Modern World: Historical Perspectives on Cultural Transfer and Adaptation, (pp. 329-352). New York, US: Berghahn Books.
  • Moses, A. (2011). The United Nations, Humanitarianism, and Human Rights: War Crimes/Genocide Trials for Pakistani Soldiers in Bangladesh, 1971-1974. In Stefan-Ludwig Hoffmann (Eds.), Human Rights in the Twentieth Century, (pp. 258-279). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Celermajer, D., Moses, A. (2010). Australian Memory and the Apology to the Stolen Generations of Indigenous People. In Aleida Assmann and Sebastian Conrad (Eds.), Memory in a Global Age: Discourses, Practices and Trajectories, (pp. 32-58). New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Moses, A. (2010). Der nichtdeutsche Deutsche und der deutsche Deutsche: Stigma und Opfer-Erlösung in der Berliner Republic. In Daniel Fulda, Dagmar Herzog, Stefan-Ludwig Hoffmann and Till van Rahden (Eds.), Demokratie im Schatten der Gewalt. Geschichten des Privaten im deutschen Nachkrieg 1945-2005. Göttingen: Wallstein Verlag.
  • Moses, A. (2010). Die Vereinten Nationen, humanitäres Engagement und die Menschenrechte. Kriegsverbrecher- und Völkermordprozesse gegen pakistanische Soldaten in Bangladesch, 1971-1974. In Stefan-Ludwig Hoffmann (Eds.), Moralpolitik: Geschichte der Menschenrechte im 20. Jahrhundert, (pp. 337-367). Gottingen: Wallstein Verlag.
  • Bloxham, D., Moses, A. (2010). Editor's Introduction: Changing Themes in the Study of Genocide. In Donald Bloxham and A. Dirk Moses (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Genocide Studies, (pp. 1-15). New York, USA: Oxford University Press.
  • Moses, A. (2010). Epilogue: The National Apology to the Stolen Generations and the Frontier of Indigenous Alterity. In Russell West-Pavlov and Jennifer Wawrzinek (Eds.), Frontier Skirmishes: Literary and Cultural Debates in Australia after 1992, (pp. 311-328). Germany: Universitatsverlag Winter Heidelberg.
  • Moses, A., Stone, D. (2010). Eugenics and Genocide. In Alison Bashford and Philippa Levine (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of the History of Eugenics, (pp. 192-209). New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Moses, A. (2010). Introduction: The Field of Genocide Studies. In A. Dirk Moses (Eds.), Genocide: Critical Concepts in Historical Studies, (pp. 1-23). Milton Park: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Moses, A. (2010). Raphael Lemkin, Culture, and the Concept of Genocide. In Donald Bloxham and A. Dirk Moses (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Genocide Studies, (pp. 19-41). New York, USA: Oxford University Press.
  • Moses, A. (2010). Redemptive Antisemitism and the Imperialist Imaginary. In Christian Wiese and Paul Betts (Eds.), Years of Persecution, Years of Extermination: Saul Friedlander and the Future of Holocaust Studies, (pp. 233-254). London: Continuum.
  • Moses, A., Levey, G. (2009). 'The Muslims are our misfortune!'. In Greg Noble (Eds.), Lines in the Sand: The Cronulla Riots and the Limits of Australian Multiculturalism, (pp. 95-110). Sydney: Institute of Criminology.
  • Moses, A., Neaman, E. (2009). West German Generations and the Gewaltfrage: The Conflict of the Sixty-Eighters and the Forty-Fivers. In Warren Breckman, Peter E. Gordon, A. Dirk Moses, Samuel Moyn, Elliot Neaman (Eds.), The Modernist Imagination: Intellectual History and Critical Theory, Essays in Honor of Martin Jay, (pp. 268-295). United States: Berghahn Books.
  • Moses, A. (2008). Empire, Colony, Genocide: Keywords and the Philosophy of History. In Dirk Moses (Eds.), Empire, Colony, Genocide: Conquest, Occupation, and Subaltern Resistance in World History, (pp. 3-54). New York: Berghahn Books.
  • Moses, A. (2008). Genocide and Modernity. In Dan Stone (Eds.), The Historiography of Genocide, (pp. 156-193). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Moses, A. (2008). Genocide in Australia? In Deborah Gare, David Ritter (Eds.), Making Australian History: Perspectives on the Past since 1788, (pp. 183-188). Australia: Thomson (Learning Australia).
  • Moses, A. (2008). The Weimar Syndrome in the Federal Republic of Germany: Carl Schmitt and the Forty-Fiver Generation of Intellectuals. In Loos, Zaborowski (Eds.), Leben, Tod und Entscheidung: Studien zur Geistesgeschichte der Weimarer Republik. Berlin: Duncker & Humblot.
  • Moses, A. (2007). Conceptual blockages and definitional dilemmas in the 'racial century': genocides of indigenous peoples and the Holocaust. In A. Dirk Moses and Dan Stone (Eds.), Colonialism and Genocide, (pp. 148-180). London & New York: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Moses, A. (2004). Genocide And Settler Society In Australian History. In Dirk Moses (Eds.), Genocide and Settler Society: Frontier Violence and Stolen Indigenous Children in Australian History, (pp. 3-48). New York: Berghahn Books.
  • Moses, A. (2004). The Holocaust And Genocide. In Stone, Dan (Eds.), The Historiography of the Holocaust, (pp. 533-555). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Moses, A. (2003). Revisionism and denial. In Robert Manne (Eds.), Whitewash: On Keith Windschuttle's Fabrication of Aboriginal History, (pp. 337-370). Melbourne: Black Inc.
  • Moses, A. (2003). The "Weimar Syndrome" in the Federal Republic of Germany: The Carl Schmitt reception by the forty-fiver generation of intellectuals. In Loos, Zaborowski (Eds.), Leben, Tod und Entscheidung: Studien zur Geistesgeschichte der Weimarer Republik, (pp. 187-210). Berlin: Duncker & Humblot.
  • Moses, A. (2001). Comments on Part Four: Biblical Narratives in German and American Utopias. In Norbert Finzsch and Hermann Wellenreuther (Eds.), Visions of the Future in Germany and America, (pp. 431-444). United Kingdom: Berg Publishers.

Journals

  • Moses, A. (2016). Partitions and the Sisyphean Making of Peoples. Refugee Watch, 46(50), 36-50.
  • Moses, A. (2016). Partitions and the Sisyphean Making of Peoples. Tr@nsit Online. [More Information]
  • Heerten, L., Moses, A. (2014). The Nigeria–Biafra war: postcolonial conflict and the question of genocide. Journal of Genocide Research, 16(2-3), 169-203. [More Information]
  • Moses, A. (2013). Das römische Gespräch in a New Key: Hannah Arendt, Genocide, and the Defense of Imperial Civilization. Journal of Modern History, 85(4), 867-913. [More Information]
  • Moses, A. (2013). Genocide. Australian Humanities Review, 55, 23-44.
  • Moses, A. (2012). Forum: Intellectual history in and of the Federal Republic of Germany. Modern Intellectual History, 9(3), 625-639. [More Information]
  • Luttikhuis, B., Moses, A. (2012). Mass violence and the end of the Dutch colonial empire in Indonesia. Journal of Genocide Research, 14(3-4), 257-276. [More Information]
  • Moses, A. (2012). The Canadian Museum for Human Rights: the 'uniqueness of the Holocaust' and the question of genocide. Journal of Genocide Research, 14(2), 215-238. [More Information]
  • Moses, A. (2011). Genocide and the Terror of History. Parallax, 17(4), 90-108. [More Information]
  • Moses, A. (2011). Official apologies, reconciliation, and settler colonialism: Australian indigenous alterity and political agency. Citizenship Studies, 15(2), 145-159. [More Information]
  • Moses, A. (2011). Paranoia and Partisanship: Genocide Studies, Holocaust Historiography and the 'Apocalyptic Conjuncture'. The Historical Journal, 54(2), 553-583. [More Information]
  • Moses, A. (2011). Revisiting a Founding Assumption of Genocide Studies. Genocide Studies and Prevention, 6(3), 287-300. [More Information]
  • Moses, A. (2010). Time, Indigeneity, and Peoplehood: The Postcolony in Australia. Postcolonial Studies, 13(1), 9-32. [More Information]
  • Moses, A. (2009). Besatzung, Kolonialherrschaft und Widerstand. Das Volkerrecht und die Legitimierung von Terror. Peripherie - Zeitschrift fur Politik und Okonomie der Dritten Welt, 116(29), 399-424.
  • Moses, A. (2009). The Contradictory Legacies of German Jewry. Leo Baeck Institute Year Book, 54(1), 36-43. [More Information]
  • Moses, A. (2008). Moving the Genocide Debate Beyond the History Wars. Australian Journal of Politics and History, 54(2), 248-270. [More Information]
  • Moses, A. (2008). The fate of Blacks and Jews: a response to Jeffrey Herf. Journal of Genocide Research, 10(2), 269-287. [More Information]
  • Moses, A. (2008). The Structure of German Identity after the Holocaust. Zmanim, 1, 183-188.
  • Moses, A. (2007). Stigma and sacrifice in the Federal Republic of Germany. History and Memory: studies in representation of the past, 19(2), 139-180. [More Information]
  • Moses, A. (2007). The Non-German German and the German German: Dilemmas of Identity after the Holocaust. New German Critique: an interdisciplinary journal of German studies, 34(2), 45-94. [More Information]
  • Moses, A. (2005). Hayden White, Traumatic Nationalism, and the Public Role of History. History and Theory, 44(3), 311-332.
  • McDonnell, M., Moses, A. (2005). Raphael Lemkin as Historian of Genocide in the Americas. Journal of Genocide Research, 7(4), 501-529. [More Information]
  • Moses, A. (2005). The Public Relevance of Historical Studies: A Rejoinder to Hayden White. History and Theory, 44(3), 339-347.
  • Moses, A. (2003). Genocide and Holocaust consciousness in Australia. History Compass, 1(1), 1-13.
  • Moses, A. (2002). Conceptual blockages and definitional dilemmas in the 'racial century': genocides of indigenous peoples and the Holocaust. Patterns of Prejudice, 36(4), 7-36.
  • Moses, A. (2001). Coming to terms with genocidal pasts in comparative perspective: Germany and Australia. Aboriginal History, 25, 91-115.
  • Moses, A. (2001). Interview with Duncan Waterson: Conducted 13 July 2001, Macquarie University. Journal of Australian Studies, 69, 122-201.

Reference Works

  • Moses, A. (2008). Toward a Theory of Critical Genocide Studies. In Jacques Semelin (Eds.), Online Encyclopedia of Mass Violence. (pp. 1-5). online: Online Encyclopedia of Mass Violence.

2016

  • Moses, A. (2016). Partitions and the Sisyphean Making of Peoples. Refugee Watch, 46(50), 36-50.
  • Moses, A. (2016). Partitions and the Sisyphean Making of Peoples. Tr@nsit Online. [More Information]

2015

  • Moses, A. (2015). Protecting Human Rights and Preventing Genocide: The Canadian Museum for Human Rights and the Will to Intervene. In Karen Busby, Adam Muller, Andrew Woolford (Eds.), The Idea of a Human Rights Museum, (pp. 40-69). Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press.

2014

  • Moses, A. (2014). Civil War or Genocide? Britain and the Secession of East Pakistan in 1971. In Aparna Sundar, Nandini Sundar (Eds.), Civil Wars in South Asia: State, Sovereignty, Development, (pp. 142-164). New Delhi, India: Sage Publications.
  • Luttikhuis, B., Moses, A. (2014). Colonial Counterinsurgency and Mass Violence: The Dutch Empire in Indonesia. Abingdon, UK & New York: Routledge.
  • Moses, A. (2014). Does the Holocaust Reveal or Conceal Other Genocides? In Alexander Laban Hinton, Thomas La Pointe, Douglas Irvin-Erickson (Eds.), Hidden Genocides: Power, Knowledge, Memory, (pp. 21-51). New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press.
  • Luttikhuis, B., Moses, A. (2014). Introduction: Colonial counterinsurgency and mass violence: the Dutch empire in Indonesia. In B. Luttikhuis & A.D. Moses (Eds.), Colonial Counterinsurgency and Mass Violence: The Dutch Empire in Indonesia, (pp. 1-24). Abingdon, UK & New York: Routledge.
  • Heerten, L., Moses, A. (2014). The Nigeria–Biafra war: postcolonial conflict and the question of genocide. Journal of Genocide Research, 16(2-3), 169-203. [More Information]

2013

  • Moses, A. (2013). Das römische Gespräch in a New Key: Hannah Arendt, Genocide, and the Defense of Imperial Civilization. Journal of Modern History, 85(4), 867-913. [More Information]
  • Moses, A. (2013). From Central Europe to Australia: Civilisational Ideals and Minority Survival. In Gwenda Tavan (Eds.), State of the Nation: Essays for Robert Manne, (pp. 220-230). Melbourne: Black Inc.
  • Moses, A. (2013). Genocide. Australian Humanities Review, 55, 23-44.

2012

  • Moses, A. (2012). Forum: Intellectual history in and of the Federal Republic of Germany. Modern Intellectual History, 9(3), 625-639. [More Information]
  • Luttikhuis, B., Moses, A. (2012). Mass violence and the end of the Dutch colonial empire in Indonesia. Journal of Genocide Research, 14(3-4), 257-276. [More Information]
  • Moses, A. (2012). The Canadian Museum for Human Rights: the 'uniqueness of the Holocaust' and the question of genocide. Journal of Genocide Research, 14(2), 215-238. [More Information]
  • Moses, A. (2012). The Holocaust and World History: Raphael Lemkin and Comparative Methodology. In Dan Stone (Eds.), The Holocaust and Historical Methodology, (pp. 272-289). New York, US: Berghahn Books.

2011

  • Bloxham, D., Conway, M., Gerwarth, R., Moses, A., Weinhauer, K. (2011). Europe in the world: systems and cultures of violence. In Donald Bloxham and Robert Gerwarth (Eds.), Political Violence in Twentieth-Century Europe, (pp. 11-39). New York, US: Cambridge University Press.
  • Bloxham, D., Moses, A. (2011). Genocide and ethnic cleansing. In Donald Bloxham and Robert Gerwarth (Eds.), Political Violence in Twentieth-Century Europe, (pp. 87-139). New York, US: Cambridge University Press.
  • Moses, A. (2011). Genocide and the Terror of History. Parallax, 17(4), 90-108. [More Information]
  • Moses, A. (2011). Hannah Arendt, Imperialisms, and the Holocaust. In Volker Langbehn and Mohammad Salama (Eds.), German Colonialism: Race, the Holocaust, and Postwar Germany, (pp. 72-92). New York, US: Columbia University Press.
  • Moses, A. (2011). Official apologies, reconciliation, and settler colonialism: Australian indigenous alterity and political agency. Citizenship Studies, 15(2), 145-159. [More Information]
  • Moses, A. (2011). Paranoia and Partisanship: Genocide Studies, Holocaust Historiography and the 'Apocalyptic Conjuncture'. The Historical Journal, 54(2), 553-583. [More Information]
  • Moses, A. (2011). Race and Indigeneity in Contemporary Australia. In Manfred Berg and Simon Wendt (Eds.), Racism in the Modern World: Historical Perspectives on Cultural Transfer and Adaptation, (pp. 329-352). New York, US: Berghahn Books.
  • Moses, A. (2011). Revisiting a Founding Assumption of Genocide Studies. Genocide Studies and Prevention, 6(3), 287-300. [More Information]
  • Moses, A. (2011). The United Nations, Humanitarianism, and Human Rights: War Crimes/Genocide Trials for Pakistani Soldiers in Bangladesh, 1971-1974. In Stefan-Ludwig Hoffmann (Eds.), Human Rights in the Twentieth Century, (pp. 258-279). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

2010

  • Celermajer, D., Moses, A. (2010). Australian Memory and the Apology to the Stolen Generations of Indigenous People. In Aleida Assmann and Sebastian Conrad (Eds.), Memory in a Global Age: Discourses, Practices and Trajectories, (pp. 32-58). New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Moses, A. (2010). Der nichtdeutsche Deutsche und der deutsche Deutsche: Stigma und Opfer-Erlösung in der Berliner Republic. In Daniel Fulda, Dagmar Herzog, Stefan-Ludwig Hoffmann and Till van Rahden (Eds.), Demokratie im Schatten der Gewalt. Geschichten des Privaten im deutschen Nachkrieg 1945-2005. Göttingen: Wallstein Verlag.
  • Moses, A. (2010). Die Vereinten Nationen, humanitäres Engagement und die Menschenrechte. Kriegsverbrecher- und Völkermordprozesse gegen pakistanische Soldaten in Bangladesch, 1971-1974. In Stefan-Ludwig Hoffmann (Eds.), Moralpolitik: Geschichte der Menschenrechte im 20. Jahrhundert, (pp. 337-367). Gottingen: Wallstein Verlag.
  • Bloxham, D., Moses, A. (2010). Editor's Introduction: Changing Themes in the Study of Genocide. In Donald Bloxham and A. Dirk Moses (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Genocide Studies, (pp. 1-15). New York, USA: Oxford University Press.
  • Moses, A. (2010). Epilogue: The National Apology to the Stolen Generations and the Frontier of Indigenous Alterity. In Russell West-Pavlov and Jennifer Wawrzinek (Eds.), Frontier Skirmishes: Literary and Cultural Debates in Australia after 1992, (pp. 311-328). Germany: Universitatsverlag Winter Heidelberg.
  • Moses, A., Stone, D. (2010). Eugenics and Genocide. In Alison Bashford and Philippa Levine (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of the History of Eugenics, (pp. 192-209). New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Moses, A. (2010). Introduction: The Field of Genocide Studies. In A. Dirk Moses (Eds.), Genocide: Critical Concepts in Historical Studies, (pp. 1-23). Milton Park: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Moses, A. (2010). Raphael Lemkin, Culture, and the Concept of Genocide. In Donald Bloxham and A. Dirk Moses (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Genocide Studies, (pp. 19-41). New York, USA: Oxford University Press.
  • Moses, A. (2010). Redemptive Antisemitism and the Imperialist Imaginary. In Christian Wiese and Paul Betts (Eds.), Years of Persecution, Years of Extermination: Saul Friedlander and the Future of Holocaust Studies, (pp. 233-254). London: Continuum.
  • Moses, A., Bloxham, D. (2010). The Oxford Handbook of Genocide Studies. New York, USA: Oxford University Press.
  • Moses, A. (2010). Time, Indigeneity, and Peoplehood: The Postcolony in Australia. Postcolonial Studies, 13(1), 9-32. [More Information]

2009

  • Moses, A., Levey, G. (2009). 'The Muslims are our misfortune!'. In Greg Noble (Eds.), Lines in the Sand: The Cronulla Riots and the Limits of Australian Multiculturalism, (pp. 95-110). Sydney: Institute of Criminology.
  • Moses, A. (2009). Besatzung, Kolonialherrschaft und Widerstand. Das Volkerrecht und die Legitimierung von Terror. Peripherie - Zeitschrift fur Politik und Okonomie der Dritten Welt, 116(29), 399-424.
  • Moses, A. (2009). The Contradictory Legacies of German Jewry. Leo Baeck Institute Year Book, 54(1), 36-43. [More Information]
  • Breckman, W., Gordon, P., Moses, A., Moyn, S., Neaman, E. (2009). The Modernist Imagination: Intellectual History and Critical Theory, Essays in Honor of Martin Jay. United States: Berghahn Books.
  • Moses, A., Neaman, E. (2009). West German Generations and the Gewaltfrage: The Conflict of the Sixty-Eighters and the Forty-Fivers. In Warren Breckman, Peter E. Gordon, A. Dirk Moses, Samuel Moyn, Elliot Neaman (Eds.), The Modernist Imagination: Intellectual History and Critical Theory, Essays in Honor of Martin Jay, (pp. 268-295). United States: Berghahn Books.

2008

  • Moses, A. (2008). Empire, Colony, Genocide: Conquest, Occupation, and Subaltern Resistance in World History. New York: Berghahn Books.
  • Moses, A. (2008). Empire, Colony, Genocide: Keywords and the Philosophy of History. In Dirk Moses (Eds.), Empire, Colony, Genocide: Conquest, Occupation, and Subaltern Resistance in World History, (pp. 3-54). New York: Berghahn Books.
  • Moses, A. (2008). Genocide and Modernity. In Dan Stone (Eds.), The Historiography of Genocide, (pp. 156-193). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Moses, A. (2008). Genocide in Australia? In Deborah Gare, David Ritter (Eds.), Making Australian History: Perspectives on the Past since 1788, (pp. 183-188). Australia: Thomson (Learning Australia).
  • Moses, A. (2008). Moving the Genocide Debate Beyond the History Wars. Australian Journal of Politics and History, 54(2), 248-270. [More Information]
  • Moses, A. (2008). The fate of Blacks and Jews: a response to Jeffrey Herf. Journal of Genocide Research, 10(2), 269-287. [More Information]
  • Moses, A. (2008). The Structure of German Identity after the Holocaust. Zmanim, 1, 183-188.
  • Moses, A. (2008). The Weimar Syndrome in the Federal Republic of Germany: Carl Schmitt and the Forty-Fiver Generation of Intellectuals. In Loos, Zaborowski (Eds.), Leben, Tod und Entscheidung: Studien zur Geistesgeschichte der Weimarer Republik. Berlin: Duncker & Humblot.
  • Moses, A. (2008). Toward a Theory of Critical Genocide Studies. In Jacques Semelin (Eds.), Online Encyclopedia of Mass Violence. (pp. 1-5). online: Online Encyclopedia of Mass Violence.

2007

  • Moses, A., Stone, D. (2007). Colonialism and Genocide. London & New York: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Moses, A. (2007). Conceptual blockages and definitional dilemmas in the 'racial century': genocides of indigenous peoples and the Holocaust. In A. Dirk Moses and Dan Stone (Eds.), Colonialism and Genocide, (pp. 148-180). London & New York: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Moses, A. (2007). German Intellectuals and the Nazi Past. New York: Cambridge University Press.
  • Moses, A. (2007). Stigma and sacrifice in the Federal Republic of Germany. History and Memory: studies in representation of the past, 19(2), 139-180. [More Information]
  • Moses, A. (2007). The Non-German German and the German German: Dilemmas of Identity after the Holocaust. New German Critique: an interdisciplinary journal of German studies, 34(2), 45-94. [More Information]

2005

  • Moses, A. (2005). Hayden White, Traumatic Nationalism, and the Public Role of History. History and Theory, 44(3), 311-332.
  • McDonnell, M., Moses, A. (2005). Raphael Lemkin as Historian of Genocide in the Americas. Journal of Genocide Research, 7(4), 501-529. [More Information]
  • Moses, A. (2005). The Public Relevance of Historical Studies: A Rejoinder to Hayden White. History and Theory, 44(3), 339-347.

2004

  • Moses, A. (2004). Genocide And Settler Society In Australian History. In Dirk Moses (Eds.), Genocide and Settler Society: Frontier Violence and Stolen Indigenous Children in Australian History, (pp. 3-48). New York: Berghahn Books.
  • Moses, A. (2004). Genocide and Settler Society: Frontier Violence and Stolen Indigenous Children in Australian History. New York: Berghahn Books.
  • Moses, A. (2004). The Holocaust And Genocide. In Stone, Dan (Eds.), The Historiography of the Holocaust, (pp. 533-555). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

2003

  • Moses, A. (2003). Genocide and Holocaust consciousness in Australia. History Compass, 1(1), 1-13.
  • Moses, A. (2003). Revisionism and denial. In Robert Manne (Eds.), Whitewash: On Keith Windschuttle's Fabrication of Aboriginal History, (pp. 337-370). Melbourne: Black Inc.
  • Moses, A. (2003). The "Weimar Syndrome" in the Federal Republic of Germany: The Carl Schmitt reception by the forty-fiver generation of intellectuals. In Loos, Zaborowski (Eds.), Leben, Tod und Entscheidung: Studien zur Geistesgeschichte der Weimarer Republik, (pp. 187-210). Berlin: Duncker & Humblot.

2002

  • Moses, A. (2002). Conceptual blockages and definitional dilemmas in the 'racial century': genocides of indigenous peoples and the Holocaust. Patterns of Prejudice, 36(4), 7-36.

2001

  • Moses, A. (2001). Coming to terms with genocidal pasts in comparative perspective: Germany and Australia. Aboriginal History, 25, 91-115.
  • Moses, A. (2001). Comments on Part Four: Biblical Narratives in German and American Utopias. In Norbert Finzsch and Hermann Wellenreuther (Eds.), Visions of the Future in Germany and America, (pp. 431-444). United Kingdom: Berg Publishers.
  • Moses, A. (2001). Interview with Duncan Waterson: Conducted 13 July 2001, Macquarie University. Journal of Australian Studies, 69, 122-201.

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