Items where Author is "Eastwood, Margaret"

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Article

Eastwood, M. (2008) [Review] What is Genocide? Shaw, M. Journal of Hate Studies, 6 (1). pp. 129-131. ISSN 1540-2126

Salter, M. and Eastwood, M. (2005) Negotiating Nolle Prosequi at Nuremberg: The Case of Captain Zimmer. Journal of International Criminal Justice, 3 (3). pp. 649-665. ISSN 1478-1387 DOI https://doi.org/10.1093/jicj/mqi042

Book Section

Eastwood, Margaret (2011) Hitler's Notorious Jew-Baiter: The Proscution of Julius Streicher. In: Dojcinovic, P. (ed). Propaganda, War Crimes Trials and International Law: From Speakers' Corner to War Crimes. Routledge. ISBN 9780415579599

Eastwood, M. (2008) Entry of the trial proceedings of Georges Ruggiu a defendant found guilty of `incitement to genocide' under the jurisdiction of the International Criminal Tribunal of Rwanda. In: Hufford, L. and Pugliese, E. (eds). War Crimes and Trials: A Historical Encyclopedia, from 1850 to the Present. ABC-CLIO. ISBN 978-1576078907

Conference or Workshop Item

Eastwood, M. (2010) The Emergence of Incitement to Genocide during the Nuremberg Trial Process. Guest Lecture, University of Central Lancashire.

Eastwood, M. and Wachala, K. (2009) Silent Voices: War Rape and the Battlefield on Women's Bodies. Guest Speaker, Liverpool John Moores University.

Eastwood, M. (2008) Hateful Words; Is It Free Speech or Free Advertising: Hate Speech in the United Kingdom. International Society of Political Psychology Annual Conference, July, Paris.

Eastwood, M. and Wachala, K. (2007) A Comparative Analysis between Cases of Genocidal Rape in Bosnia Herzegovina and the Silent Voices of the `Comfort Women'. Institute for the Analysis of Global Security Bi-annual Conference, July, Sarajevo.

Eastwood, M. (2006) Prosecution of `incitement to genocide': Any connection with the Holocaust? Research Exchange, October, Edge Hill University.

Eastwood, M. (2003) Crimes of Hate: International Criminal Law's Response to Crimes of Incitement to Genocide. The SOLON and Nottingham Centre for the Study and Reduction of Hate Crimes Conference, 21-22 February, Nottingham.