Relevant Publications by Summer School Faculty
Arnaud Kurze (2017), "Time for Change: Aid, NGOs, and Transitional Justice in Bosnia-Herzegovina," Transitional Justice Review: Vol. 1 : Iss. 5 , Article 2.
Arnaud Kurze (2016), "#WarCrimes #PostConflictJustice #Balkans: Youth, Performance Activism and the Politics of Memory," International Journal of Transitional Justice 10(3): 451-470. [PDF]
Arnaud Kurze (2012), “Democratizing Justice in the Post-Conflict Balkans: The Dilemma of Domestic Human Rights Activists,"CEU Political Science Journal 7(3): 243-268.
Arnaud Kurze (2011), "To Be or Not to Be: Croatian Human Rights Activists’ Struggle to Account for Mass Atrocities," Global Studies Review 7(1).
Arnaud Kurze (2010), Accountability After Mass Atrocities: Latin American and African Examples in Perspective, Rapporteur’s Report, Center for Global Studies, George Mason University.
Christopher Lamont (2014), "Dealing with the Past to Repair the Present: Why Transitional Justice Matters in Asia," Asia Peacebuilding Initiatives (with video).
Christopher Lamont (2013), "Transitional Justice and the Politics of Lustration in Tunisia," Middle East Institute.
Christopher Lamont (2010), "Justice and Transition in Mississippi: Opening the Books on the American South," Politics 30(3): 183-190.
Jessica G. Mecellem (2016), “Human Rights Trials in an Era of Democratic Stagnation: The Case of Turkey,” Law & Social Inquiry, DOI 10.1111/lsi.12260.
Vjeran Pavlaković (2016), Yugoslav Volunteers in the Spanish Civil War, Rosa Luxembourg Stiftung.
Vjeran Pavlaković et al. (2012a), Confronting the Past: European Experiences, Political Science Research Center Zagreb.
Vjeran Pavlaković et al. (2012b), Serb and Croat Cooperation in the Discourse of Croatia's Commemorative Culture, Golubić Conference Paper.
Vjeran Pavlaković (2009), From Conflict to Commemoration: Serb-Croat Relations and the Anniversaries of Operation Storm,
Vjeran Pavlaković (2008), Red Star, Black Shirts: Symbols, Commemorations, and Contested Histories of World War II in Croatia, The National Council for Eurasian and East European Research.