Wednesday, November 25, 2015

New Issue: International Journal of Transitional Justice

The latest issue of the International Journal of Transitional Justice (Vol. 9, no. 3, November 2015) is out. Contents include:
  • Bina D’Costa, Of Impunity, Scandals and Contempt: Chronicles of the Justice Conundrum
  • Vladimir Petrović, Power(lessness) of Atrocity Images: Bijeljina Photos between Perpetration and Prosecution of War Crimes in the Former Yugoslavia
  • Peter Manning, Reconciliation and Perpetrator Memories in Cambodia
  • Thomas Obel Hansen & Chandra Lekha Sriram, Fighting for Justice (and Survival): Kenyan Civil Society Accountability Strategies and Their Enemies
  • Line Engbo Gissel, Justice Tides: How and When Levels of ICC Involvement Affect Peace Processes
  • Sebastian Răduleţu, National Prosecutions as the Main Remedy in Cases of Massive Human Rights Violations: An Assessment of the Approach of the European Court of Human Rights
  • Bridget Storrie, ‘The Mighty Life-Creating and Transforming Power’ of Carnival: Why the Canadian Truth and Reconciliation Commission Does Not Seem to Have It, but Indigenous Resurgence Does
  • Matt James, On Carnival and Context: A Response to Bridget Storrie
  • Francesca Lessa, Justice beyond Borders: The Operation Condor Trial and Accountability for Transnational Crimes in South America
  • Yotam Gidron, The Act of Reading – Children’s Rights, Children’s Literature and Transitional Justice