Collaborative Research Networks
Jamie Rowen, Zachary Kaufman, Camillo Sanchez
This CRN will provide an opportunity for collaboration, networking, and exchange between scholars working on transitional justice, broadly conceived. Transitional justice often refers to the judicial and non-judicial processes, and concepts related to them, which aim to redress violence and human rights abuses that occur during periods of armed conflict, civil strife, and repression. Our interest lies in the theoretical and practical dimensions of sociolegal scholarship related to transitional justice, including human rights, international criminal law, conflict resolution, and peacebuilding. We hope to provide a multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary forum to explore processes, efficacies debates, policies, effects, and other relevant issues in the burgeoning study of transitional justice.