1st Edition

Transitional and Transformative Justice Critical and International Perspectives

Edited By Matthew Evans Copyright 2019
    186 Pages
    by Routledge

    186 Pages
    by Routledge

    This book engages the limits of transitional justice and, more speci

    Table of contents

    Notes on contributors

    Chapter summaries


    Paul Gready

    1. Transitional Justice and Beyond: An Introduction to Critical, International and Interdisciplinary Debates

    Matthew Evans

    2. Tackling Structural Violence through the Transformative Justice Framework

    Dáire McGill

    3. Addressing Historical Wrongs in Post-Transition South Africa: What role for transformative justice?

    Matthew Evans

    4. The transformative potential of post-war justice initiatives in Bosnia and Herzegovina

    Daniela Lai and Caterina Bonora

    5. The Problem of Elites

    Pádraig McAuliffe

    6. Culture: The missing link in transitional justice; an imperative for transformative justice

    Cathy Bollaert

    7. Selective Justice and Constructions of Victimhood at the Khmer Rouge Tribunal

    Rachel Killean

    8. Distant historical wrongs, truth telling and restorative justice: Exploring schools and museums as potential vehicles for repairing historical wrongs

    David Wilkins

    Afterwords on Aftermaths

    Lars Waldorf



    Dr Matthew Evans is a teaching fellow in law, politics and sociology at the School of Law, Politics and Sociology, University of Sussex, Brighton, UK, and visiting researcher in political studies at the School of Social Sciences, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa.