Friday, November 29, 2019

New Issue: International Journal of Transitional Justice

The latest issue of the International Journal of Transitional Justice (Vol. 13, no. 3, November 2019) is out. Contents include:
  • Editorial Note
    • M Brinton Lykes & Hugo van der Merwe, Critical Reflexivity and Transitional Justice Praxis: Solidarity, Accompaniment and Intermediarity
  • Articles
    • Larissa van den Herik & Mirjam van Reisen, International Commissions of Inquiry in a Networked World: Unveiling the Roles of Diasporas through an Eritrean Case Study
    • Fidelma Ashe, Sexuality and Gender Identity in Transitional Societies: Peacebuilding and Counterhegemonic Politics
    • Adriana Rudling, What’s Inside the Box? Mapping Agency and Conflict within Victims’ Organizations
    • Philipp Wesche, Business Actors, Paramilitaries and Transitional Criminal Justice in Colombia
    • Andrea Purdeková, Rectified Sites of Violence from Westgate to Lampedusa: Exploring the Link between Public Amnesia and Conflict in Ongoing Confrontations
    • Cynthia E Milton & Anne-Marie Reynaud, Archives, Museums and Sacred Storage: Dealing with the Afterlife of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada
    • Elizabeth A Cole & Pamina Firchow, Reconciliation Barometers: Tools for Postconflict Policy Design
    • Dustin N Sharp, What Would Satisfy Us? Taking Stock of Critical Approaches to Transitional Justice
    • Elham Kazemi, Transitional Justice in Tunisia: When Religion Meets State
  • Review Essay
    • Kiran Grewal, The Role of Victims in Transitional Justice: Agency, Cooption and Exclusion