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WHO IS WHO?
Antoon De Baets (information & coordination), is professor of history, ethics and human rights by special appointment of the Foundation Euroclio [E] at the History Department [E] of the Faculty of Arts [E] of the University of Groningen [E], the Netherlands
For his cv: [E]
For his book Responsible History (2009): [E]
For his book Gebruik en misbruik van geschiedenis (2008): [D]
For his book Censorship of Historical Thought, A World Guide, 1945‒2000 (2002): [E]
Selected publications by Antoon De Baets (under construction)
**“Democrazia e scrittura della storia,” Novecento.org: Rivista dell’Istituto Nazionale per la Storia del Movimento di Liberazione in Italia (translation Paolo Ceccoli): http://www.novecento.org/uso-pubblico-della-storia/democrazia-e-scrittura-della-storia-1312. [Italian]
**“Democracy and Historical Writing,” Historiographies: The Journal of History and Theory, no. 9 (June 2015), 31–43 [with abstracts in English and Spanish] http://www.unizar.es/historiografias/numeros/9/debaets.pdf [E]
**“Archivists Killed for Political Reasons,” Comma: International Journal on Archives, 2013, no. 2, 123–134 (publication: 2015) [with abstracts in English: 154; French: 160–161; German: 166; Spanish: 172–173, Russian: 178–179, Arabic: 181, Chinese: 189–190.][E]
**“The Year Zero: Iconoclastic Breaks with the Past,” Annales Universitatis Paedagogicae Cracoviensis, Folia 165 — Studia Politologica, XIII (2014),3–18. [E]
**“Post-conflict History Education Moratoria: A Balance,” World Studies in Education, 16, no. 1 (2015), 5–31. [E]
**“Human Rights, History of,” in James D. Wright, ed., International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences (2nd, entirely updated edition; Oxford, etc.: Elsevier, 2015), volume 11, 367–374. [E]
** 4 columns on academic freedom (2011-2015) [E]: “How Free Expression and Academic Freedom Differ” / “The Doctrinal Place of the Right to Academic Freedom Under the UN Covenants on Human Rights—A Rejoinder” / “Some Puzzles of Academic Freedom (Part 1)" / Antoon,“Some Puzzles of Academic Freedom (Parts 2 and 3).” All in: University Values: A Bulletin on International Academic Freedom, Autonomy & Responsibility
** De Universele Verklaring van de Rechten van de Mens en de historicus [The Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the Historian] (Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press / Pallas Publications, 2015) [58 pages; inaugural lecture as professor of history, ethics and human rights, in Dutch.]: published and to be uploaded soon.
** “Censorship and History (Since 1945)” in Axel Schneider and Daniel Woolf, eds., The Oxford History of Historical Writing, volume 5, 1945 to Present (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015), 52–73 [paperback version 2015; hardback version 2011].[E]
** “Censorship of History in France and the Netherlands (1945–2014): A Survey,” Deshima, revue d’histoire globale des pays du Nord, no 8 (2014) (“Les relations franco-néerlandaises), 245–270. [E]
** “Uma teoria do abuso da história,” Revista Brasileira de História, 33, no. 65 (June 2013), 17–60. [P]
** “Conceptualising Historical Crimes,” Historein: A Review of the Past and Other Stories (Athens), no. 11 (2012), 59–68. [E]
** “Does Inhumanity Breed Humanity? Investigation of a Paradox” (Review essay), History and Theory, 51, no. 3 (October 2012), 451–465. [E]
** “The Dark Side of Historical Writing: Reflections on the Censorship of History Worldwide (1945–2012),” in Giorgio Resta and Vincenzo Zeno-Zencovich, eds., Riparare, risarcire, ricordare: un dialogo tra storici e giuristi (Napoli: Editoriale Scientifica, 2012), 343–370. [E]
** “Злоупотребление историей: границы, определения и исторические перспективы” (“The Abuse of History: Demarcations, Definitions and Historical Perspectives,”), Gefter (http://gefter.ru/archive/6589; 26 October 2012; 16 pages). [E]
** “History and Human Rights: Introduction to the Special Issue”, Theme issue “History and Human Rights”, Storia della Storiografia/History of Historiography,nos. 59–60 (September2011), 43–49. [E]
** “Historical Imprescriptibility,”Storia della Storiografia/History of Historiography, nos. 59–60 (September 2011), 128–149. [E]
** “Taxonomy of Concepts Related to the Censorship of History”, in Susan Maret, ed., Government Secrecy, Series Research in Social Problems and Public Policy(Bingley: Emerald) no. 19 (2011), 53–65 [10.1108/S0196-1152(2011)0000019007 (Permanent URL)]. [E]
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