Gaza and the Language of Genocide

Gaza and the Language of Genocide is a c.48,000 word long scholarly work about how language can mask reality, be uncoupled from reality and help distort reality. The first half shows, using case studies from Nazi Germany, the American war in Vietnam and the ongoing Israeli operations in and around Gaza, how the use and abuse of language plays a central role in facilitating genocide. More

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About Michael Buergermeister

Born in Vienna in 1967 Michael Buergermeister was brought up in London. He studied at the University of Edinburgh, the University of Vienna and Max Reinhardt Seminar. A writer, filmmaker and video artist he lives and works in Vienna, Austria.

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