Historical Reconciliation

Vol. 60, No. 1, Fall/Winter 2006


Historical Reconciliation: Redress, Rights and Politics


Transitional Justice: A Holistic Interpretation

Depolarizing the Past: The Role of Historical Commissions in Conflict Mediation and Reconciliation

Negotiating Truth: The Holocaust, Lehavdil, and Al-Nakba

Reconciliation as a Dirty Word: Conflict, Community Relations and Education in Northern Ireland

Sri Lanka’s Conflict: Culture and Lineages of the Past

Confederate Memory and Monuments: Of Judicial Opinions, Statutes and Buildings

Reconciliation and Economic Reaction: Flaws in South Africa’s Elite Transition

Is Reconciliation Between Hutus and Tutsis Possible?

The Politics of Victimhood: Historical Memory and Peace in Spain and the Basque Region

Reconciliation in Rwanda: Education, History and the State


Speaking to Reconciliation: Perspectives from the Field – Interviews with F.W. de Klerk, Benjamin B. Ferencz and Priscilla B. Hayner

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