Introduction : Toward an anthropology of transitional justice / Alexander Laban Hinton -- Identifying Srebrenica’s missing : the "shaky balance" of universalism and particularism / Sarah Wagner -- The failure of international justice in East Timor and Indonesia / Elizabeth F. Drexler -- Body of evidence : feminicide, local justice, and rule of law in "peacetime" Guatemala / Victoria Sanford and Martha Lincoln -- (In)justice : truth, reconciliation, and revenge in Rwanda’s Gacaca / Jennie E. Burnet -- Remembering genocide : hypocrisy and the violence of local/global "justice" in Northern Nigeria / Conerly Casey -- Genocide, affirmative repair, and the British Columbia treaty process / Andrew Woolford -- Local justice and legal rights among the San and Bakgalagadi of the Central Kalahari, Botswana / Robert K. Hitchcock and Wayne A. Babchuk -- Testimonies, truths, and transitions of justice in Argentina and Chile / Antonius C.G.M. Robben -- Judging the "crime of crimes" : continuity and improvisation at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda / Nigel Eltringham -- Building a monument : intimate politics of "reconciliation" in post-1965 Bali / Leslie Dwyer -- Afterword : The consequences of transitional justice in particular contexts / Roger Duthie.
"The origins of this project date back to a 2007 symposium, ’Local justice : global mechanisms and local meanings in the aftermath of mass atrocity,’ held at Rutgers University--Newark [N.J.] ... Several participants later presented papers in a session at the July 2007 meeting of the International Association of Genocide Scholars, which was held in Bosnia and Herzegovina."--Acknowledgments..
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