EARL, Hilary

Hilary Earl (PhD Toronto) is an Associate Professor of History at Nipissing University. Her primary research interests comprise: The history of the Holocaust; War crimes, war criminals, and war crimes trials; Comparative genocide; Legal history/international law/human rights; Narrative history/biography/testimony; Post 1945 Germany/Europe; and The history of the Third Reich. Her publications, amongst others, include: Hilary Earl, The Nuremberg SS-Einsatzgruppen Trial, 1945-1958: Atrocity, Law, and History (Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2009) ; Referred Articles : "A Judge, a Prosecutor, and a Mass Murderer:Dynamics in the Courtroom in the SS-Einsatzgruppen Trial," in Kim Christian Priemel and Alexa Stiller (eds.), The Nuremberg Trials Revisited: New Analyses and Interpretations (New York and London: Berghahn Books and Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2011), chapter 2; “Biographies of Criminals or Criminal Biographies: Explaining Perpetrators’ ‘Route to Crime’ using War Crimes Trial Documentation,” in Simone Lässig and Volker Berghahn (eds), Biography between Structure and Agency: Approaches to German History (New York and London: Berghahn Books and Oxford University Press, 2008): 162-181; “Confessions of Wrong-doing or How to Save Yourself from the Hangman? An Analysis of British and American Intelligence Reports of the Activities of Otto Ohlendorf, May-December 1945,” in David Bankier (ed), Secret Intelligence and the Holocaust (New York and Jerusalem: Enigma Books and Yad Vashem, 2006): 301-326; “Scales of Justice: History, Testimony and the Einsatzgruppen Trial,” in Jeffry Diefendorf, (ed), Lessons and Legacies VI. New Currents in Holocaust Research (Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press, 2004): 325- 351.

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