Monday, July 3, 2017

New Issue: International Journal of Transitional Justice

The latest issue of the International Journal of Transitional Justice (Vol. 11, no. 2, July 2017) is out. Contents include:
  • Editorial Note
    • Elizabeth Lira, The Chilean Human Rights Archives and Moral Resistance to Dictatorship
  • Articles
    • Padraig McAuliffe, Dividing the Spoils: The Impact of Power Sharing on Possibilities for Socioeconomic Transformation in Postconflict States
    • Meghan M. DeTommaso, Mario Schulz, & Steve B. Lem, Choices of Justice: Effects of Civil War Termination on Postconflict Justice Mechanisms Implemented by the State
    • Kristin C. Doughty, Language and International Criminal Justice in Africa: Interpretation at the ICTR
    • Natalie R. Davidson, Alien Tort Statute Litigation and Transitional Justice: Bringing the Marcos Case back to the Philippines
    • Janine Ubink & Anna Rea, Community Justice or Ethnojustice? Engaging with Customary Mechanisms to Reintegrate Ex-Combatants in Somalia
    • Klaus Bachmann & Igor Lyubashenko, The Puzzle of Transitional Justice in Ukraine
    • Pamina Firchow, Do Reparations Repair Relationships? Setting the Stage for Reconciliation in Colombia
    • Andrea Purdeková, Displacements of Memory: Struggles against the Erosion and Dislocation of the Material Record of Violence in Burundi
  • Review Essay
    • Sophie Rigney, The Hopes and Discontents of Indigenous–Settler Reconciliation