Raffael Scheck, the Katz Distinguished Teaching Professor of History, has coedited a new book, German-occupied Europe in the Second World War, just out from Routledge. The book “provides a framework to guide occupation research with a broad comparative angle focusing on human interactions. Overcoming national compartmentalization, it examines Nazi occupations with attention to relations between occupiers and local populations and differences among occupation regimes,” according to the publisher.  Scheck wrote the book’s fourth chapter, titled “Genocide as Organizing Principle in Raphael Lemkin’s Analysis of Nazi-Occupied Europe.”