Historical Reconciliation

Vol. 60, No. 1 - Fall/Winter - 2006

Speaking to Reconciliation: Perspectives from the Field - Interviews with F.W. de Klerk, Benjamin B. Ferencz and Priscilla B. Hayner


Reconciliation in Rwanda: Education, History and the State

By Marian Hodgkin

The Politics of Victimhood: Historical Memory and Peace in Spain and the Basque Region

By Ross B. MacDonald and Monica C. Bernardo

Is Reconciliation Between Hutus and Tutsis Possible?

By Marie Béatrice Umutesi

Reconciliation and Economic Reaction: Flaws in South Africa's Elite Transition

By Patrick Bond

Confederate Memory and Monuments: Of Judicial Opinions, Statutes and Buildings

By Alfred L. Brophy

Sri Lanka's Conflict: Culture and Lineages of the Past

By Nira Wickramasinghe

Reconciliation as a Dirty Word: Conflict, Community Relations and Education in Northern Ireland

By Kieran McEvoy and Kirsten McConnachie, Lesley McEvoy

Negotiating Truth: The Holocaust, Lehavdil, and Al-Nakba

By Ian S. Lustick

Depolarizing the Past: The Role of Historical Commissions in Conflict Mediation and Reconciliation

By Alexander M. Karn

Transitional Justice: A Holistic Interpretation

By Alexander L. Boraine