The following is a list of books received by the journal and published in the field between 15 August and 15 December 2017: Amnesties, Pardons and Transitional Justice: Spain’s Pact of Forgetting, Roldan Jimeno. Routledge, September 2017, 248pp. ISBN: 9781138091603 – hardcover (£115). Authoritarianism, Cultural History, and Political Resistance in Latin America: Exposing Paraguay, eds. Federico Pous, Alejandro Quin and Marcelino Viera. Palgrave Macmillan, September 2017, 301pp. ISBN: 9783319535432 – hardcover ($169). Child Soldiers as Agents of War and Peace: A Restorative Transitional Justice Approach to Accountability for Crimes under International Law, Leonie Steinl. Springer, August 2017, 421pp. ISBN: 9789462652002 – hardcover (€149.99). Critical Engagement: Irish Republicanism, Memory Politics and Policing, Kevin Hearty. Liverpool University Press, September 2017, 328pp. ISBN: 9781786940476 – hardcover (£75). Competing Memories: Truth and Reconciliation in Sierra Leone and Peru, Rebekka Friedman. Cambridge University Press, August 2017, 214pp. ISBN: 9781316874950 – hardcover (£75). Dictionnaire Encyclopédique de la Justice Pénale Internationale, ed. Olivier Beauvallet. Berger-Levrault, September 2017, 1200pp. ISBN: 9782851302489 – paperback (€75). Ethnographic Peace Research: Approaches and Tensions, ed. Gearoid Millar. Springer, December 2017, 285pp. ISBN: 9783319655628 – hardcover (£112). Human Security and Human Rights under International Law: The Protections Offered to Persons Confronting Structural Vulnerability, Dorothy Estrada-Tanck. Hart, January 2017, 360pp. ISBN: 9781849468824 – hardcover (£55). Law and Memory: Towards Legal Governance of History, eds. Uladzislau Belavusau and Aleksandra Gliszczyńska-Grabias. Cambridge University Press, October 2017, 458pp. ISBN: 9781107188754 – hardcover (£95). Memory, Transitional Justice, and Theatre in Postdictatorship Argentina, Noe Montez. Southern Illinois University Press, October 2017, 262pp. ISBN: 9780809336296 – paperback ($45). Negotiating Reconciliation in Peacemaking: Quandaries of Relationship Building, eds. Valerie Rosoux and Mark Anstey. Springer, November 2017, 362pp. ISBN: 9783319626734 – hardcover (€83.19). Perpetrating Genocide: A Criminological Account, Kjell Anderson. Routledge, November 2017, 276pp. ISBN: 9781138648814 – hardcover (£115). Power and Principle: The Politics of International Criminal Courts, Christopher Rudolph. Cornell University Press, April 2017, 232pp. ISBN: 9781501705526 – hardcover ($45). Reconciliation in Conflict-Affected Communities: Practices and Insights from the Asia-Pacific, eds. Bert Jenkins, D.B. Subedi and Kathy Jenkins. Springer, October 2017, 237pp. ISBN: 9789811067983 – hardcover (€119.59). Religion, Crime and Punishment: An Evolutionary Perspective, Russil Durrant and Zoe Poppelwell. Palgrave Macmillan, October 2017, 224pp. ISBN: 9783319644271 – hardcover ($129). Searching for Truth in the Transitional Justice Movement, Jamie Rowen. Cambridge University Press, August 2017, 192pp. ISBN: 9781107519695 – paperback (£24.99). Societies Emerging from Conflict: The Aftermath of Atrocity, ed. Dennis B. Klein. Cambridge Scholars, October 2017, 237pp. ISBN: 9781443895194 – hardcover (£61.99). Survivor Transitional Narratives of Nazi-Era Destruction: The Second Liberation, Dennis B. Klein. Bloomsbury, November 2017, 272pp. ISBN: 9781350037144 – hardcover ($114). The Holocaust, Corporations, and the Law: Unfinished Business, Leora Bilsky. University of Michigan Press, October 2017, 252pp. ISBN: 9780472053612 – paperback ($29.95). The Politics of Trauma and Memory Activism: Polish-Jewish Relations Today, Janine Holc. Palgrave Macmillan, August 2017, 79pp. ISBN: 9783319633381 – hardcover (€50.28). The Reparative Effects of Human Rights Trials: Lessons from Argentina, Rosario Figari Layus. Routledge, August 2017, 222pp. ISBN: 9781138079045 – hardcover (£115). The Story-Takers: Public Pedagogy, Transitional Justice, and Italy's Non-Violent Protest against the Mafia, Paula Salvio. University of Toronto Press, November 2017, 200pp. ISBN: 9781487521776 – hardcover ($27.95). Transitional Justice and the Prosecution of Political Leaders in the Arab Region: A Comparative Study of Egypt, Libya, Tunisia and Yemen, Noha Aboueldahab. Hart, October 2017, 200pp. ISBN: 9781509911332 – hardcover ($120). Transitional Justice and the Politics of Inscription: Memory, Space and Narrative in Northern Ireland, Joseph Robinson. Routledge, August 2017, 244pp. ISBN: 9781138291515 – hardcover (£95). Transitional Justice and the Public Sphere: Engagement, Legitimacy and Contestation, eds. Chrisje Brants and Susanne Karstedt. Hart, November 2017, 360pp. ISBN: 9781509900169 – hardcover ($150). Writing Human Rights: The Political Imaginaries of Writers of Color, Crystal Parikh. University of Minnesota Press, October 2017, 344pp. ISBN: 9780816697069 – paperback ($28). © The Author(s) (2018). Published by Oxford University Press. All rights reserved. For Permissions, please email email@example.com
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