Springer Series in Transitional Justice
The purpose of the series is to address current and significant transitional justice issues and develop scholarly inquiry which would provide academics, students, activists and policy makers analysis and insight into the ever-evolving transitional justice processes and mechanisms.
This series will take interdisciplinary perspective in its scope and approach. The focus of analysis could be transitional justice processes in a particular region, country or the volume could take a cross-national perspective. The authors may come from variety of fields such as, but not limited to: law, anthropology, philosophy, media, ethics, politics, peace and conflict studies, development studies, history, ethics, cultural studies, sociology, psychology, theology and education. Titles in the series could be monographs, edited volumes or conference proceedings and can address theoretical questions on transitional justice or theoretically informed empirical projects. In order to explore these, and other issues, we seek scholarly proposals on topics including, but not limited to: community based reconciliation, regional programs, demobilization of ex combatants, intersection of truth, justice and accountability, legal or psychological aspects of transitional justice, gender dynamics of transitional justice, arts and transitional justice, media and transitional justice.
If you are interested in contributing a book to this series, please send a tentative title and brief description of the book, intended audiences and a short bio of the author (or editor if you decide to publish and edited volume) to the series editor, Dr. Olivera Simic email@example.com