Help H-Net and H-Genocide Continue for Another 25 Years!

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Writing in February 2001 at the dawn of the H-Genocide network, founder Alan “Jake” Jacobs wondered “Why do people, men mostly, commit genocide, and more broadly, democide. .. One reason for beginning this list is to discover what others think of this question. And then, if you agree that it is something we need to ask, do you have any speculations about the answer?”  For over seventeen years members of this network have debated Jake’s opening question, often heatedly, with the passion the subject demands.  This is what defines H-Net: collaboration, debate, sharing of ideas and information, in a safe harbor watched over by hard-working volunteers like Jake.

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Please help us continue by donating to H-Net today as we celebrate 25 years of service to our common profession.

Gratefully,

Peter

Peter Knupfer, PhD

Executive Director, H-Net: Humanities & Social Sciences Online