Wednesday, October 24, 2012

New Issue: International Journal of Transitional Justice

The latest issue of the International Journal of Transitional Justice (Vol. 6, no. 3, November 2012) is out. Contents include:
  • Special Issue: Transitional Justice and the Everyday
    • Juliane Okot Bitek, A Chronology of Compassion, or Towards an Imperfect Future: (For Barry, whose last name I still don’t know)
    • Victor Igreja, Multiple Temporalities in Indigenous Justice and Healing Practices in Mozambique
    • Ari Edward Gandsman, Retributive Justice, Public Intimacies and the Micropolitics of the Restitution of Kidnapped Children of the Disappeared in Argentina
    • Kris Brown, ‘What It Was Like to Live through a Day’: Transitional Justice and the Memory of the Everyday in a Divided Society
    • Estela Schindel, ‘Now the Neighbors Lose Their Fear’: Restoring the Social Network around Former Sites of Terror in Argentina
    • Caterina Di Pasquale, Massacre, Trial and ‘Choral Memory’ in Sant’Anna di Stazzema, Italy (1944–2005)
    • Marita Eastmond & Johanna Mannergren Selimovic, Silence as Possibility in Postwar Everyday Life
    • Juan Diego Prieto, Together after War While the War Goes On: Victims, Ex-Combatants and Communities in Three Colombian Cities
    • Gabriel Ruiz Romero, Voices Around Us: Memory and Community Empowerment in Reconstruction Efforts in Colombia