Friday, January 29, 2021

New Issue: International Journal of Transitional Justice

The latest issue of the International Journal of Transitional Justice (Vol. 14, no. 3, November 2020) is out. Contents include:
  • Editorial
    • Hugo van der Merwe & M Brinton Lykes, Racism and Transitional Justice
  • Articles
    • Anushka Sehmi, Judicializing economic violence as means of dismantling the structural causes of atrocity in the Democratic Republic of Congo
    • Hollie Nyseth Brehm, Louisa L Roberts, Christopher Uggen, & Jean-Damascene Gasanabo, ‘We Came To Realize We Are Judges’: Moral Careers of Elected Lay Jurists in Rwanda’s Gacaca Courts
    • Mikkel Jarle Christensen, The Borderlands between Punitive and Non-punitive Transitional Justice: Distinct Elites and Diverging Patterns of Import/export
    • James A Sweeney, Kenneth Andresen, & Abit Hoxha, Transitional Justice and Transitional Journalism: Case-Study on Kosovo
    • Adam Kochanski, The Missing Picture: Accounting for Sexual and Gender-Based Violence during Cambodia’s ‘Other’ Conflict Periods
    • Stephen Hopkins, The Politics of Apology and the Prospects for ‘Post-conflict’ Reconciliation: The Case of the Provisional Irish Republican Movement
    • Cynthia M Horne, Transitional Justice and Temporal Parameters: Built-In Expiration Dates?
    • Ruth Rubio-Marin & Dorothy Estrada-Tanck, Transitional Justice Standards on Reparations for Women Subjected to Violence in the CEDAW Committee’s Evolving Legal Practice
    • Joseph Geng Akech, Rethinking Transitional Justice in South Sudan: Critical Perspectives on Justice and Reconciliation
  • Review Essay
    • Ingrid Samset, Towards Decolonial Justice