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Ivo Aertsen


Aertsen, I. (2017). Recalibrating victimhood through restorative justice: perspectives from Europe. Restorative Justice 2017, 5(3), 352 - 367.


Deboeck, H., Lauwaert, K., Vanfraechem, I., Aertsen, I. & Marchal, A. (2017). De Verrekijker. Scherp stellen op innovatieve en gemeenschapsgerichte vormen van recht-doen. Naar een maatschappelijke verankering van het herstelrecht. KU Leuven en Moderator vzw; Leuven.


Aertsen, I. (2016). Slachtoffers van historisch misbruik. Welke rol kan een samenleving opnemen in het herstelproces?.

 

Chankova, D. & Aertsen, I. (2015). Rebuilding trust: developing restorative justice in countries in transition. Restorative Justice 2015, 3(3), 414 - 418.



David Clarke


Cento Bull, A. & Clarke, D. (2019). Administrations of memory and modes of remembering: some comments on the special issue. International Journal of Politics, Culture, and Society 32(2), 245-250. doi: 10.1007/s10767-018-9307-9


Clarke, D. (2019). Constructions of victimhood: Remembering the victims of state socialism in Germany. Palgrave Studies in Cultural Heritage and Conflict. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. doi: 10.1007/978-3-030-04804-4


Clarke, D. (2018). Constructing victimhood in divided Germany: The case of the Association of the Victims of Stalinism (1950–1989). Memory Studies, 11(4), 422–436. doi10.1177/1750698016688239


Clarke, D. (2018). Representing the experience of victims at the Berlin Wall Memorial Museum. In: Hoondert, M., Mutsaers, P. and Arfman, W. eds. Cultural Practices of Victimhood. New York: Routledge. 83-103.


Clarke, D. (2017). Understanding controversies over Memorial Museums: The case of the Leistikowstraße Memorial Museum, Potsdam. History and Memory 29(1). 41-71.


Clarke, D. (2015). The representation of victimhood in Sofi Oksanen's novel 'Purge'. Journal of European Studies, 45(3), 220-235. doi10.1177/0047244115586922 


Clarke, D. (2014). Communism and memory politics in the European Union. Central Europe 12(1). 99-114. doi: 10.1179/1479096314Z.00000000018



Martin Hoondert


Hoondert, M., Mutsaers, P., & Arfman, W. (2018). Cultural Practices of Victimhood. (Victims, Culture and Society). Abdingdon: Routledge.

 

Hoondert, M. (2018). Srebrenica: conflict and ritual complexities. In M. Hoondert, P. Mutsaers, & W. Arfman (Eds.), Cultural Practices of Victimhood. (Victims, Culture and Society). Abingdon: Routledge. 20-38. 


Aa, van der J., Arfman, W., Hoondert, M. & Mutsaers, P.  The Cultural Complexity of Victimhood. Tilburg Papers of Culture Studies 163 (2016). Online publication.


Arfman, W., Mutsaers, P., Van Der Aa, J., & Hoondert, M. (2016). The Cultural Complexity of Victimhood. (pp. 1-19). (Tilburg Papers in Culture Studies; No. 163).

 

Hoondert, M. (2015). A Jewish Requiem commemorating the Second World War: The Performances of the Requiem by Hans Lachman. In The study of culture through the lens of ritual (pp. 117-130). (Netherlands Studies in Ritual and Liturgy; Vol. 15). Amsterdam/Groningen: Instituut voor Christelijk Erfgoed/Instituut voor Liturgische en Rituele Studies. 



Stephen Parmentier


Parmentier S., Weitekamp E. (2016). Restorative justice as healing justice: looking back to the future of the concept. Restorative Justice 4 (2), 141-147. doi: 10.1080/20504721.2016.1197517.


Bird SE., Ottanelli FM., Parmentier S. (Eds.) (2015). The Performance of Memory as Transitional Justice. Series on Transitional Justice, 19. Cambridge/Antwerp/Portland: Intersentia. ISBN: 9781780682624.

 

Buckley-Zistel S., Schäfer S. (Eds.) (2014). Memorials in Times of Transition. (Series on Transitional Justice, 16). Cambridge/Antwerp/Portland: Intersentia. ISBN: 9781780682112.

 

Wouters N. (Eds.) (2014). Transitional Justice and Memory in Europe (1945-2013). (Series on Transitional Justice, 17). Cambridge/Antwerp/Portland: Intersentia. ISBN: 9781780682143. 


Parmentier S., Weitekamp E. (2013). Punishing perpetrators or seeking truth for victims: what does the population in Serbia think about dealing with war crimes?. International Criminal Law Review 13 (1), 43-62. doi: 10.1163/15718123-01301011



Antony Pemberton

 

Pemberton, A., Letschert, R. M., de Brouwer, A. L. M., & Haveman, R. H. (2015). Coherence in international criminal justice: A victimological perspective. International Criminal Law Review 15(2), 339-368. doi10.1163/15718123-01502004

 

Pemberton, A., & Letschert, R. M. (2012). Global justice and global criminal laws: The importance of nyaya in the quest for justice after international crimes. Tilburg Law Review: Journal on international and comparative law 17(2), 296-303. 



Paul Post


Post, P. (2018). Refugee rituals: exploring ritual repertoire of victimhood. In M. Hoondert, P. Mutsaers, & W. Arfman (Eds.), Cultural Practices of Victimhood (pp. 55-80). (Victims, Culture and Society). London/New York: Routledge: London/New York. 

 

Post, P. (2016). Current Post-Disaster Ritual: An exploration of established, absent, and emerging repertoires. National and international perspectives. In B. Kranemann, & B. Benz (Eds.), Trauerfeiern nach Grosskatastrophen: Theologische und sozialwissenschaftliche Zugaenge (pp. 51-75). Wuerzburg: Echter Verlag. 


Post, P. (2015). The Lampedusa Tragedy: Chronicles of absent and emerging ritual repertoires. The Yearbook for Ritual Studies, 31, 19-43


Post, P. G. J. (2011). Living memory tussen Zivilreligios herdenken, kunst, healing en attractie: Over de meervoudige identiteit van een Holocaustmonument. Jaarboek voor Liturgieonderzoek, 27, 87-111. 



Gemma Varona Martinez


Varona, G. (2019). Restorative pathways after mass environmental victimization: walking in the landscapes of past ecocides. Onati Socio-legal Series. doi10.35295/osls.iisl/0000-0000-0000-1044


Varona, G. (2017). Arte, memoria y justicia en victimizaciones graves: Adiorik Gabe / Sin Adiós. Un proyecto artístico de memoria local e individualizada abierto a la sociedad. 978-84-9082-613-3.


Varona, G. (2014). Restorative Justice in Terrorist Victimisations: Comparative Implications: Introduction. Onati Socio Legal Series.



Ivo Aertsen

ivo.aertsen@kuleuven.be


or: Martin Hoondert

m.j.m.hoondert@tilburguniversity.edu

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