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Readings:

Baines, Erin K. 2009. "Complex political perpetrators: reflections on Dominic Ongwen."  The Journal of Modern African Studies 47 (02):163-191. (28 pages)

Corrias, Luigi D.A., and Geoffrey M. Gordon. 2015. "Judging in the Name of Humanity: International Criminal Tribunals and the Representation of a Global Public."  Journal of International Criminal Justice 13 (1):97-112. (15 pages)

Drumbl, Mark A. 2000. "Sclerosis: Retributive Justice and the Rwandan Genocide."  Punishment & Society 2 (3):287-307. (20 pages)

Gibson, James L. 2006. "The Contributions of Truth to Reconciliation Lessons From South Africa."  Journal of conflict resolution 50 (3):409-432. (23 pages)

Glasius, M. 2002. "Expertise in the cause of justice: global civil society influence on the statute for an international criminal court " In Global Civil Society Yearbook 2002, edited by Marlies Glasius, Mary Kaldor and Helmut K Anheier. Oxford: Oxford University Press. (32 pages)

Hayner, Priscilla. 2006. “Truth Commissions: A Schematic Overview” International Review of the Red Cross, 88(862): 295-310. (16 pages)

Henry, Nicola. 2010. "The impossibility of bearing witness: wartime rape and the promise of justice."  Violence against women 16 (10):1098-1119. (21 pages)

Holá, Barbora, and Joris van Wijk. 2014. "Life after Conviction at International Criminal Tribunals: An Empirical Overview."  Journal of International Criminal Justice 12 (1):109-132. (23 pages)

Hoyle, Carolyn, and Leila Ullrich. 2014. "New Court, New Justice?: The Evolution of ‘Justice for Victims’ at Domestic Courts and at the International Criminal Court."  Journal of International Criminal Justice. (23 pages)

Kendall, Sara, and Sarah Nouwen. "Representational practices at the International Criminal Court: The gap between juridified and abstract victimhood." Law & Contemp. Probs. 76 (2013): 235. (29 pages)

Koskenniemi, Martti. 2002. "Between impunity and show trials."  Max Planck Yearbook of United Nations Law Online 6 (1):1-32. (32 pages)

Lohne, K., 2017, ‘Global Civil Society, the ICC, and Legitimacy in International Criminal Justice’, in N. Hayashi and C. Bailliet (eds), The Legitimacy of International Criminal Tribunals, Cambridge University Press. (24 pages)

Maier-Katkin, Daniel, Daniel P. Mears, and Thomas J. Bernard. 2009. "Towards a criminology of crimes against humanity."  Theoretical Criminology 13 (2):227-255. (28 pages)

McEvoy, K. 2007. "Beyond legalism: towards a thicker understanding of transitional justice."  Journal of Law and Society 34 (4):411-440. (29 pages)

McEvoy, Kieran, and Louise Mallinder. 2012. "Amnesties in Transition: Punishment, Restoration, and the Governance of Mercy."  Journal of Law and Society 39 (3):410-440. (30 pages)

McEvoy, Kieran, and Kirsten McConnachie. 2013. "Victims and Transitional Justice: Voice, Agency and Blame."  Social & Legal Studies 22 (4):489-513. (24 pages)

Nouwen, Sarah M.H., and Wouter G. Werner. 2015. "Monopolizing Global Justice: International Criminal Law as Challenge to Human Diversity."  Journal of International Criminal Justice 13 (1):157-176. (19 pages)

Osiel, M. . 2000. "Why prosecute? Critics of punishment for mass atrocity."  Human Rights Quarterly 22 (1):118-147. (29 pages)

Parmentier, Stephan. 2011. "The Missing Link: criminological perspectives on transitional justice and international crimes." In What is Criminology?, edited by Carolyn Hoyle and Mary Bosworth. Oxford: Oxford University Press. (17 pages)

Roberts, Paul, and Nesam McMillan. 2003. "For criminology in international criminal justice."  J. Int'l Crim. Just. 1:315. (22 pages)

Sagan, Ann. 2010. "African Criminals/African Victims: The Institutionalised Production of Cultural Narratives in International Criminal Law."  Millennium - Journal of International Studies 39 (1):3-21. (18 pages)

Savelsberg, Joachim J. 2010. Crime and human rights: criminology of genocide and atrocities. Los Angeles: Sage. (116 pages)

Schabas, William A. 2011. "Criminology, Accountability, and International Justice." In What is Criminology?, edited by Carolyn Hoyle and Mary Bosworth. Oxford: Oxford University Press. (16 pages)

Smeulers, Alette. 2014. "Perpetrators of International Crimes: Towards a Typology."  SSRN. (32 pages)

Smeulers, Alette, Barbora Hola, and Tom van den Berg. 2013. "Sixty-Five Years of International Criminal Justice: The Facts and Figures."  International Criminal Law Review 13:7-41. (34 pages)

Stanley, Elizabeth. 2005. "Truth commissions and the recognition of state crime."  British Journal of Criminology 45 (4):582-597. (15 pages)

Subotić, Jelena 2012. "The Cruelty of False Remorse: Biljana Plavšić at the Hague."  Southeastern Europe 36:39–59. (20 pages)

Tallgren, Immi. 2015. “The Voice of the International: Who is Speaking?” Journal of International Criminal Justice 13(1): 135-155 (20 pages)

Total: 758 pages

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