Vol 7, No 2 (2017)

'Moving On'? Official Responses to Mass Harm and the Question of Justice

Issue edited by Jennifer Balint, Julie Evans, Mark McMillan and Nesam McMillan (University of Melbourne).

Table of Contents

Introduction

Introduction: ‘Moving On’? Official Responses to Mass Harm and the Question of Justice PDF
Jennifer Balint, Julie Evans, Mark McMillan, Nesam Mcmillan 254-260

Thematic Articles

Vulnerable Populations, Social Investigations, and Epistemic Justice in Early Victorian Britain PDF
Oz Frankel 261-276
Political Apologies and their Challenges in Achieving Justice for Indigenous Peoples in Australia and Canada PDF
Francesca Dominello 277-303
‘Grace Gets Angry’, or the ‘Tactics’ of Forgiveness: the Biopolitics of Reconciliation in the Postcolony PDF
Jaco Barnard-Naude 304-323
Truth at Any Cost? Law’s Power to Name Argentina’s Disappeared Grandchildren PDF
Maria Rae 324-336
Legal Decisions, Affective Justice and 'Moving On'? PDF
Agata Fijalkowski, Sigrun L. Valderhaug 337-364


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