Monday, March 16, 2020

New Issue: International Journal of Transitional Justice

The latest issue of the International Journal of Transitional Justice (Vol. 14, no. 1, March 2020) is out. Contents include:
  • Special Issue: Creative Approaches to Transitional Justice: Contributions of Arts and Culture
  • Editorial Note
    • Cynthia E Cohen, Reimagining Transitional Justice
  • Articles
    • Catherine Renshaw, Poetry, Irrevocable Time and Myanmar’s Political Transition
    • Freddy A Guerrero & Liza López Aristizabal, Images and Memory: Religiosity and Sacrifice – The Cases of Tierralta, Trujillo and Arenillo in Colombia
    • Angela Santamaría, Dunen Muelas, Paula Caceres, Wendi Kuetguaje, & Julian Villegas, Decolonial Sketches and Intercultural Approaches to Truth: Corporeal Experiences and Testimonies of Indigenous Women in Colombia
    • Virginie Ladisch & Christalla Yakinthou, Cultivated Collaboration in Transitional Justice Practice and Research: Reflections on Tunisia’s Voices of Memory Project
    • Robyn Gill-Leslie, The Body Inside the Art and the Law of Marikana: A Case for Corporeality
    • Anne Dirnstorfer & Nar Bahadur Saud, A Stage for the Unknown? Reconciling Postwar Communities through Theatre-Facilitated Dialogue
    • Tiffany Fairey & Rachel Kerr, What Works? Creative Approaches to Transitional Justice in Bosnia and Herzegovina
    • Robin Adèle Greeley, Michael R Orwicz, José Luis Falconi, Ana María Reyes, & Fernando J Rosenberg, Repairing Symbolic Reparations: Assessing the Effectiveness of Memorialization in the Inter-American System of Human Rights
  • Notes from the Field
    • Claudia Bernardi, The Disappeared Are Appearing: Murals that Recover Communal Memory
    • Toni Shapiro-Phim, Embodying the Pain and Cruelty of Others
    • Luis Carlos Sotelo Castro, Not Being Able to Speak Is Torture: Performing Listening to Painful Narratives
    • Salomón Lerner Febres, Memory of Violence and Drama in Peru: The Experience of the Truth Commission and Grupo Cultural Yuyachkani – Violence and Dehumanization
  • Review Essay
    • Clara Ramírez-Barat, The Path to Social Reconstruction: Between Culture and Transitional Justice