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Guillaume Mouralis et Marie-Bénédicte Vincent (dir.), Leipzig, Comparativ, no 4/16 (parution mars 2017).

Publication des actes des journées d’étude « Les procès de Nuremberg. Nouvelles approches à partir des professions » (5 et 6 novembre 2015).

Sommaire

Die Nürnberger Prozesse. Neue Ansätze aus der Sozialgeschichte und Berufssoziologie, p. 7
Guillaume Mouralis / Marie-Bénédicte Vincent

Based upon findings in social history and the sociology of professions, this thematic issue presents a new approach to the Nuremberg trials. We advance, in particular, two perspectives that have not been previously looked at. Some contributions take a closer look at the staff members who ran the legal and administrative clean-up procedures in occupied Germany, and, related to that, at the formation of new transnational expert fields. Other contributions analyse the professional cultures that have dramatically changed during and after the Second World War.

Dénoncer les crimes du nazisme : Des magistrats français au procès de Nuremberg
Matthias Gemählich

Interpreting at the main Nuremberg Trial (1945–1946) and its Impact on Conference Interpreters’ Professionalization, p. 28
Jesús Baigorri-Jalón

Quel rôle pour Franz Leopold Neumann en amont et en aval du Procès militaire international de Nuremberg ?, p. 43
Valéry Pratt

Prosecutorial Strategies and Opening Statements: Justifying International Prosecutions from the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg through to the International Criminal Court, p. 58
Ron Levi / Sara Dezalay / Michael Amiraslani

The Justice Case in Nuremberg: How the Prosecution and the Defendants Conceive the Involvement of the German Legal Profession in the Nazi Regime, p. 74
Jean-Louis Halpérin

Die westdeutschen Juristen und der Nürnberger Juristenprozess: Analyse einer (Nicht-?)Rezeption, p. 88
Nathalie Le Bouëdec


Literaturbericht

Indien in drei Perspektiven, p. 104
Helmut Goerlich

Buchbesprechungen

Adamantios Theodor Skordos: Griechenland im Kontext des östlichen Europa. Geschichtsregionale, kulturelle und völkerrechtliche Dimensionen (= Transnationalisierung und Regionalisierung vom 18. Jahrhundert bis zur Gegenwart, Bd. 9), Leipzig 2016
Alexandros Stogiannos, p. 116

Erik Kennes / Miles Larmer: The Katangese Gendarmes and War in Central Africa Fighting Their Way Home, Bloomington/Indianapolis 2016
Inge Brinkman, p. 119

Aleksandar Bošković / Chris Hann (eds.): The Anthropological Field on the Margins of Europe, 1945–1991 (= Halle Studies in the Anthropology of Eurasia, vol. 29), Berlin 2013
Sergey Alymov, p. 121

Oscar Sanchez-Sibony: Red Globalization, The Political Economy of the Soviet Cold war from Stalin to Khrushchev, Cambridge 2014
Uwe Müller, p. 123

Boris Belge / Martin Deuerlein (Hrsg.): Goldenes Zeitalter der Stagnation? Perspektiven auf die sowjetische Ordnung der Brežnev-Ära (= Bedrohte Ordnungen, Bd. 2), Tübingen 2014
Katharina Schwinde, p. 127

Linda Wedlin / Maria Nedeva (eds.): Towards European Science. Dynamics and Policy of an Evolving European Research Space, Cheltenham 2015
Sari Autio-Sarasmo, p. 130

Marietta Auer: Der privatrechtliche Diskurs der Moderne, Tübingen 2014
Helmut Goerlich, p. 132


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