Latin America


General Works

_Brysk, Alison. 2003. Recovering from State Terror: The Morning After in Latin America. Latin American Research Review 38 (1):238-247.

_Cassel, Douglass W. Jr. 1996. Lessons from the Americas: Guidelines for International Response to Amnesties for Atrocities. Law and Contemporary Problems 59 (4):197-230.

_Child, Jack. 1992. The Central American Peace Process 1983-1991: Sheathing Swords, Building Confidence. Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner.

_Collins, Cath. March, 2010. Human Rights Trials in Chile during and After the ‘Pinochet Years’. The International Journal of Transitional Justice. Oxford University Press.

_Corradi, Juan E., ed. 1992. Fear at the Edge: State Terror and Resistance in Latin America. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.

_Farer, Tom. 1997. The Rise of the Inter-American Human Rights Regime: No Longer a Unicorn, Not Yet an Ox. Human Rights Quarterly 19 (3):510-546.

_Fisher, Jo. 1993. Out of the Shadows. Women, Resistance and Politics in South America. London, UK: Latin American Bureau.

_Garretón, Manuel Antonio. 1994. Human Rights in Processes of Democratisation. Journal of Latin American Studies 26 (1):221-234.

_Gugelberger, Georg M., ed. 1996. The Real Thing: Testimonial Discourse and Latin America. London, UK: Duke University Press.

_Harper, Charles, ed. 1996. Impunity: An Ethical Perspective: Six Case Studies from Latin America. Geneva, Switzerland: World Council of Churches Publications.

_Jelin, Elizabeth. 2007. Public Memorialization in Perspective: Truth, Justice and Memory of Past Repression in the Southern Cone of South America. International Journal of Transitional Justice 1 (1):138-156.

_Kokott, J. 1993. No Impunity for Human Rights Violations in the Americas. Human Rights Law Journal 14 (5-6):153-158.

_Kritz, Neil J., ed. 1995. Transitional Justice: How Emerging Democracies Reckon with Former Regimes: Country Studies. Vol. 2. Washington, D.C.: United States Institute of Peace Press.

_Loveman, Brian. 1994. 'Protected Democracies' and Military Guardianship: Political Transitions in Latin America, 1978-1993. Journal of Interamerican Studies and World Affairs 36 (2).

_Lutz, Ellen L., and Kathryn Sikkink. 2001. The Justice Cascade: The Evolution and Impact of Foreign Human Rights Trials in Latin America. Chicago Journal of International Law 2 (1):1-34.

_Lykes, M. Brinton, Mary M. Brabeck, Theresa Ferns, and Angela Radan. 1993. Human Rights and Mental Health Among Latin-American Women in Situations of State-Sponsored Violence. Psychology of Women Quarterly 17 (4):525-544.

_Marin, Lynda. 1991. Speaking out Together: Testimonials of Latin American Women. Latin American Perspectives Summer:51-68.

_McSherry, J. Patrice. 1992. Military Power, Impunity, and State-Society Change in Latin America. Canadian Journal of Political Science XXV (3): 463-488.

_McSherry, J. Patrice. 1995. Military Political Power and Guardian Structures in Latin America. Journal of Third World Studies XII (1): 80-119.

_McSherry, J. Patrice, and Raúl Molina Mejía, eds. 1999. Shadows of State Terrorism: Impunity in Latin America. Special Issue of Social Justice 26 (4).

_Méndez, Juan E., and Jose Miguel Vivanco. 1990. Disappearances and the Inter-American Court: Reflections on a Litigation Experience. Hamline Law Review 13 (3):507-578.

_Misgeld, Dieter. 1994. Human Rights and Education: Conclusions from some Latin American Experiences. Journal of Moral Education 23 (3):239-259.

_Nance, Kimberly. 2006. Can Literature Promote Justice? Trauma Narrative and Social Action in Latin American Testimonio. Nashville, TN: Vanderbilt University Press.

_Panizza, Francisco. 1995. Human Rights in the Processes of Transition and Consolidation of Democracy in Latin-America. Political Studies 43:168-188.

_Pasqualucci, Jo M. 1994. The Whole Truth and Nothing But the Truth: Truth Commissions, Impunity, and the Inter-American Human Rights System. Boston University International Law Journal 12 (2):321-370.

_Payne, Leigh A. 2000. Uncivil Movements: The Armed Right-Wing and Democracy in Latin America. Baltimore, MD: The Johns Hopkins University Press.

_Popkin, Margaret, and N. Bhuta. 1999. Latin American Amnesties in Comparative Perspective: Can the Past be Buried? Ethics and International Affairs 13:99-122.

_Quiroga, Cecilia Medina. 1988. The Battle of Human-Rights: Gross, Systematic Violations and the Inter-American System. London, UK: Kluwer Law International.

_Reisman, W. Michael. 1999. Compensation for Human Rights Violations: The Practice of the Past Decade in the Americas. In State Responsibility and the Individual: Reparation in Instances of Grave Violations of Human Rights, edited by A. Randelzhofer and C. Tomuschat. The Hague, Netherlands: Martin Nijhoff Publishers.

_Roht-Arriaza, Naomi. 1999. Truth Commissions and Amnesties in Latin America: The Second Generation. Contemporary International Law Issues 92:313.

_Saporta Sternbach, Nancy. 1991. Remembering the Dead: Latin American Women's 'Testimonial' Discourse. Latin American Perspectives:91-102.

_Shifter, Michael, and Vinay Jawahar. 2004. Reconciliation in Latin America: A Fine Balance. Brown Journal of World Affairs 11 (1):127-135.

_Sikkink, Kathryn. 2006. The Transnational Dimension of the Judicialization of Politics in Latin America. In The Judicialization of Politics in Latin America, edited by R. Sieder, A. Angell and L. Schjolden. New York, NY: Palgrave/Macmillan.

_Sikkink, Kathryn, and Carrie Booth Walling. 2007. The Impact of Human Rights Trials in Latin America. Journal of Peace Research 44 (4):427-445.

_Smith, Gregory L. 2001. Immune to Truth? Latin American Truth Commissions and U.S. Support for Abusive Regimes. Columbia Human Rights Law Review 33 (1):241-270.

_Teitel, Ruti G. 1995. How are the New Democracies of the Southern Cone Dealing with the Legacy of Past Human Rights Abuses? In Transitional Justice: How Emerging Democracies Reckon with Former Regimes: General Considerations, edited by N. J. Kritz. Washington, D.C.: United States Institute of Peace Press.

_Uggla, Fredrik. 2004. The Ombudsman in Latin America. Journal of Latin American Studies 36 (3):423-450.

 

Argentina

_Acuña, Carlos H., and Catalina Smulovitz. 1997. Guarding the Guardians in Argentina: Some Lessons about the Risks and Benefits of Empowering the Courts. In Transitional Justice and the Rule of Law in New Democracies, edited by A. J. McAdams. Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press.

_Alfonsín, Raúl. 1993. "Never Again" in Argentina. Journal of Democracy 4 (1):15-19.

_Ambos, Kai. 1997. Impunity and International Criminal Law: A Case Study on Colombia, Peru, Bolivia, Chile, Argentina. Human Rights Law Journal 18 (1-4):1-15.

_Amnesty International. 1987. Argentina: Report of the Trial of the Former Junta Members. London, UK: Amnesty International Press.

_Amnesty International. 1995. Argentina: The Right to the Full Truth. London, UK: Amnesty International Press.

_Anderson, Martin Edwin. 1993. Dossier Secreto: Argentina's Desaparecidos and the Myth of the "Dirty War". Boulder, CO: Westview Press, Inc.

_Barahona de Brito, Alexandra. 2001. Truth, Justice, Memory, and Democratization in the Southern Cone. In The Politics of Memory: Transitional Justice in Democratizing Societies, edited by A. Barahona de Brito, C. González-Enríquez and P. Aguilar. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

_Barbuto, Valeria. 2007. Strengthening Democracy: Impugnacíon Procedures in Argentina. In Justice as Prevention: Vetting Public Employees in Transitional Societies, edited by A. Mayer-Rieckh and P. De Greiff. New York, NY: Social Science Research Council.

_Bartolomei, María Luisa. 1991. Gross and Massive Violations of Human Rights in Argentina: 1976-1983: An Analysis of the Procedure Under ECOSOC Resolution 1503. Suecia, Sweden: Institute of International Law, University of Lund.

_Bickford, Louis. 1999. The Archival Imperative: Human Rights and Historical Memory in Latin America's Southern Cone. Human Rights Quarterly 21 (4):1097-1122.

_Bickford, Louis. 2000. Human Rights Archives and Research on Historical Memory: Argentina, Chile, and Uruguay. Latin American Research Review 35 (2):160-182.

_Brysk, Alison. 1993. From Above and Below: Social Movements, the International System, and Human Rights in Argentina. Comparative Political Studies 26 (3):259-285.

_Brysk, Alison. 1994. The Politics of Human Rights in Argentina. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press.

_Brysk, Alison. 1994. The Politics of Measurement: The Contested Count of the Disappeared in Argentina. Human Rights Quarterly 16 (4):676-692.

_CONADEP. 1984. Nunca Más (Never Again) Report of CONADEP (National Commission on the Disappearance of Persons).

_Crawford, Kathryn Lee. 1990. Due Obedience and the Rights of Victims: Argentina's Transition to Democracy. Human Rights Quarterly 12 (1):17-52.

_Crenzel, Emilio. 2008. Argentina's National Commission on the Disappearance of Persons: Contributions to Transitional Justice. International Journal of Transitional Justice 2 (2):173-191.

_Cuevas, Victor Espinoza, María Luisa Oritz Rojas, and Paz Rojas Baeza. 2002. Truth Commissions: An Uncertain Path? Geneva, Switzerland: Association for the Prevention of Torture.

_Di Paolantonio, Mario. 1997. Argentina after the 'Dirty War': Reading the Limits of National Reconciliation. Alternatives: Social Transformation and Humane Governance 22 (4):433-465.

_Dubois, Lindsay. 1990. Torture and Construction of an Enemy. The Example of Argentina 1976-1983. Dialectical Anthropology 15 (4):317-328.

_Feitlowitz, Marguerite. 1998. A Lexicon of Terror: Argentina and the Legacies of Torture. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

_Fisher, Jo. 1989. Mothers of the Disappeared. Boston, MA: South End.

_Garro, Alejandro M. 1983. The Role of the Argentine Judiciary in Controlling Governmental Action Under a State of Siege. Human Rights Law Journal 4 (3):311-336.

_Garro, Alejandro M. 1993. Nine Years of Transition to Democracy in Argentina: Partial Failure or Qualified Success? Columbia Journal of Transnational Law 31 (1):1-102.

_Garro, Alejandro M., and Henry Dahl. 1987. Legal Accountability for Human Rights Violations in Argentina: One Step Forward and Two Steps Backward. Human Rights Law Journal 8:284-344.

_Guest, Iain. 1990. Behind the Disappearances: Argentina's Dirty War Against Human Rights and the UN. Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Press.

_Heinz, Wolfgang S. 1995. Motives for ´Disappearances' in Argentina, Chile and Uruguay in the 1970s. Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights 13 (1):51-64.

_Jelin, Elizabeth. 1994. The Politics of Memory: The Human Rights Movements and the Construction of Democracy in Argentina. Latin American Perspectives 21 (2):38-58.

_Joyce, Christopher, and Eric Stover. 1991. Witnesses from the Grave: The Stories Bones Tell. New York, NY: Little, Brown and Company.

_Kaiser, Susana. 2005. Postmemories of Terror: A New Generation Copes with the Legacy of the 'Dirty War'. New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan.

_Kaiser, Susana. 2005. To Punish or to Forgive? Young Citizens' Attitudes on Impunity and Accountability in Contemporary Argentina. Journal of Human Rights 4 (2):171-196.

_Kaufman, Edy. 1989. Jewish Victims of Repression in Argentina under Military Rule (1976-1983). Holocaust and Genocide Studies 4 (4):479-499.

_Langan, Michael. 1991. Argentine President Menem's First Pardons. A Comparative Analysis of Coverage by Buenos Aires' Leading Dailies. Canadian Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Studies 16 (31):145-156.

_Lewis, Colin, and Nissa Torrents, eds. 1993. Argentina in the Crisis Years, 1983-1990: From Alfonsin to Menem. London, UK: Institute of Latin American Studies.

_Malamud-Goti, Jaime. 1995. Punishing Human Rights Abuses in Fledgling Democracies: The Case of Argentina. In Impunity and Human Rights in International Law and Practice, edited by N. Roht-Arriaza. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

_Malamud-Goti, Jaime. 1996. Game Without End: State Terror and the Politics of Justice. Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press.

_Malin, Andrea. 1994. Mother Who Won't Disappear. Human Rights Quarterly 16 (1):187-213.

_McSherry, J. Patrice. 1997. Incomplete Transition: Military Power and Democracy in Argentina. New York: St. Martin’s Press.

_Mellibovsky, Matilde. 1997. Circle of Love Over Death: Testimonies of the Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo. Willimantic, CT: Curbstone Press.

_Méndez, Juan E. 1991. Truth and Partial Justice in Argentina: An Update. New York, NY: Americas Watch.

_Mignone, Emilio Fermin, Cynthia L. Estlund, and Samuel Issacharoff. 1984. Dictatorship on Trial: Prosecution of Human Rights in Argentina. Yale Journal of International Law 10 (1):118-150.

_Nino, Carlos S. 1996. Radical Evil on Trial. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press.

_Ocampo, Luis Moreno. 1990. The Nuremberg Parallel in Argentina. New York Law School Journal of International and Comparative Law 11 (3):357-360.

_Ocampo, Luis Moreno. 1999. Beyond Punishment: Justice in the Wake of Massive Crimes in Argentina. Journal of International Affairs 52 (2):669-689.

_Osiel, Mark J. 1986. The Making of Human Rights Policy in Argentina: The Impact of Ideas and Interests on a Legal Conflict. Journal of Latin American Studies 18 (1):135-178.

_Osiel, Mark J. 1995. Dialogue with Dictators: Judicial Resistance in Argentina and Brazil. Law and Social Inquiry 20 (2):481-560.

_Osiel, Mark J. 2001. Mass Atrocity, Ordinary Evil, and Hannah Arendt: Criminal Consciousness in Argentina's Dirty War. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press.

_Osiel, Mark J. 2004. The Mental State of Torturers: Argentina's Dirty War. In Torture: A Collection, edited by S. Levinson. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

_Payne, Leigh A. 2003. Perpetrators' Confessions: Truth, Reconciliation, and Justice in Argentina. In What Justice? Whose Justice? Fighting for Fairness in Latin America, edited by S. E. Eckstein and T. P. Wickham-Crowley. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.

_Pereira, Anthony W. 2005. Political (In)Justice: Authoritarianism and the Rule of Law in Brazil, Chile, and Argentina. Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh Press.

_Perelli, Carina. 1992. Settling Accounts with Blood Memory: The Case of Argentina. Social Research 59 (2):415-451.

_Pion-Berlin, David. 1991. Of Victims and Executioners: Argentine State Terror, 1975-1979. International Studies Quarterly 35 (1):63-86.

_Pion-Berlin, David. 1993. To Prosecute or to Pardon? Human Rights Decisions in the Latin American Southern Cone. Human Rights Quarterly 15 (1):105-130.

_Roehrig, Terence. 2006. The Continuing Quest for Justice in Argentina. In International Studies Association Annual Convention. San Diego, CA.

_Roehrig, Terence. 2002. The Prosecution of Former Military Leaders in Newly Democratic Nations: The Cases of Argentina, Greece, and South Korea. Jefferson, NC: McFarland Publishers.

_Rogers, George. 1989. Argentina's Obligation to Prosecute Military Officials for Torture. Columbia Human Rights Law Review 20 (2):259-308.

_Roht-Arriaza, Naomi, and Lauren Gibson. 1998. The Developing Jurisprudence on Amnesty. Human Rights Quarterly 20 (4):843-885.

_Roniger, Luis, and Mario Sznajder. 1999. The Legacy of Human-Rights Violations in the Southern Cone: Argentina, Chile, and Uruguay. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

_Sieff, Michelle, and Leslie Vinjamuri Wright. 1999. Reconciling Order and Justice? New Institutional Solutions in Post-Conflict States. Journal of International Affairs 52 (2):757-779.

_Sikkink, Kathryn. 2006. From Pariah State to Global Protagonist: Argentina and the Struggle for International Human Rights. In Latin American Studies Association International Conference. San Juan, Puerto Rico.

_Sikkink, Kathryn, and Carrie Booth Walling. 2006. Argentina's Contribution to Global Trends in Transitional Justice. In Transitional Justice in the Twenty-First Century: Beyond Truth versus Justice, edited by N. Roht-Arriaza and J. Mariezcurrena. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press.

_Skaar, Elin. 2001. Judicial Independence and Human Rights Policies in Argentina and Chile. In Chr. Michelson Institute Working Papers.

_Solla, Maria Fernanda Perez. 2003. Enforced Disappearances Before Argentinean Tribunals: New Developments in an Endless Fight for Justice. South African Journal on Human Rights 19 (4):691-716.

_Speck, Paula K. 1987. The Trial of the Argentine Junta: Responsibilities and Realities. Inter-American Law Review 18 (3):491-534.

_Suarez-Orozco, M. 1991. The Heritage of Enduring a Dirty War: Psychosocial Aspects of Terror in Argentina, 1976-1988. Journal of Psychohistory 18 (4):469-505.

_Taylor, Diana. 1997. Disappearing Acts: Spectacles of Gender and Nationalism in the Argentine 'Dirty War'. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.

_Taylor, Julie. 1994. Body Memories: Aide Memoires and Collective Amnesia in the Wake of Argentine Terror. In Body Politics: Disease, Desire, and the Family, edited by M. Ryan and A. F. Gordon. Boulder, CO: Westview Press.

_Verbitsky, Horacio. 1996. The Flight: Confessions of an Argentine Dirty Warrior. Translated by E. Allen. New York, NY: The New Press.

_Wilson, Karen. 1993. Argentina's Human Rights Crisis in Transition. Human Rights 20 (3):28-29.

 

Bolivia

_Ambos, Kai. 1997. Impunity and International Criminal Law: A Case Study on Colombia, Peru, Bolivia, Chile, Argentina. Human Rights Law Journal 18 (1-4):1-15.

_Mayorga, René Antonio. 1997. Democracy Dignified and an End to Impunity: Bolivia's Military Dictatorship on Trial. In Transitional Justice and the Rule of Law in New Democracies, edited by A. J. McAdams. Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press.

 

Brazil

_Archdiocese of São Paulo. 1986. Torture in Brazil: A Shocking Report on the Pervasive Use of Torture by Brazilian Military Governments, 1964-1979, Secretly Prepared by the Archiodese of São Paulo. Translated by J. Wright. New York, NY: Random House, Inc.

_Barahona de Brito, Alexandra. 2001. Truth, Justice, Memory, and Democratization in the Southern Cone. In The Politics of Memory: Transitional Justice in Democratizing Societies, edited by A. Barahona de Brito, C. González-Enríquez and P. Aguilar. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

_Friedman, Steven, and Riaan de Villers. 1999. Comparing Brazil and South Africa: Two Transitional States in Political and Economic Perspective. Johannesburg, South Africa: Centre for Policy Studies Foundation for Global Dialogue.

_Hamber, Brandon. 1997. Living with the Legacy of Impunity. Lessons for South Africa about Truth, Compensation and Crime in Brazil. Johannesburg, South Africa: Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation.

_Huggins, Martha K. 2000. Legacies of Authoritarianism: Brazilian Torturers' and Murderers' Reformulation of Memory (in The Military-Police Nexus). Latin American Perspectives 27 (2):57-78.

_Joyce, Christopher, and Eric Stover. 1991. Witnesses from the Grave: The Stories Bones Tell. New York, NY: Little, Brown and Company.

_Mezarobba, Glenda. 2006. Um Acerto de Contas com o Futuro: a Anistia e suas Conseqüências - um Estudo do Caso Brasileiro. São Paulo, Brazil: Editora Humanitas.

_Osiel, Mark J. 1995. Dialogue with Dictators: Judicial Resistance in Argentina and Brazil. Law and Social Inquiry 20 (2):481-560.

_Pereira, Anthony W. 2005. Political (In)Justice: Authoritarianism and the Rule of Law in Brazil, Chile, and Argentina. Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh Press.

_Swensson Junior, Lauro Joppert. 2006. Anistia Penal: Problemas de Validade da lei de Anistia Brasileira. Curitiba, Brazil: Juruá.

_Weschler, Lawrence. 1990. A Miracle, a Universe: Settling Accounts with Torturers. New York, NY: Pantheon Books.

 

Canada

_Erasmus, Georges. 2003. Reparations: Theory, Practice, and Education. Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice 22:189-200.

 

Chile

_Aceves, William J. 2000. Liberalism and International Legal Scholarship: The Pinochet Case and the Move Toward a Universal System of Transnational Law Litigation. Harvard International Law Journal 41 (1):129-184.

_Agüero, Felipe. 1993. Chile: South America's Success Story? Current History 3 (3):130-135.

_Ambos, Kai. 1997. Impunity and International Criminal Law: A Case Study on Colombia, Peru, Bolivia, Chile, Argentina. Human Rights Law Journal 18 (1-4):1-15.

_Bacic, Roberta. 2002. Dealing with the Past: Chile - Human Rights and Human Wrongs. Race and Class 44 (1):17-31.

_Bakiner, Onur. March, 2010. From Denial to Reluctant Dialogue: The Chilean Military’s Confrontation with Human Rights (1990-2006). The International Journal of Transitional Justice. Oxford University Press. 

_Bal, Mieke, Jonathan Crewe, and Leo Spitzer, eds. 1999. Acts of Memory: Cultural Recall in the Present. Hanover, NH: University Press of New England.

_Barahona de Brito, Alexandra. 1993. Truth and Justice in the Consolidation of Democracy in Chile and Uruguay. Parliamentary Affairs 46 (4):579-593.

_Barahona de Brito, Alexandra. 2001. Truth, Justice, Memory, and Democratization in the Southern Cone. In The Politics of Memory: Transitional Justice in Democratizing Societies, edited by A. Barahona de Brito, C. González-Enríquez and P. Aguilar. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

_Baxter, Victoria. 2005. Civil Society Promotion of Truth, Justice, and Reconciliation in Chile: Villa Grimaldi. Peace and Change 30 (1):120-136.

_Becker, David, Elizabeth Lira, María Isabel Castillo, Elena Gomez, and Juana Kovalskys. 1990. Therapy with Victims of Political Repression in Chile: The Challenge of Social Reparation. Journal of Social Issues 46 (3):133-150.

_Bickford, Louis. 1999. The Archival Imperative: Human Rights and Historical Memory in Latin America's Southern Cone. Human Rights Quarterly 21 (4):1097-1122.

_Bickford, Louis. 2000. Human Rights Archives and Research on Historical Memory: Argentina, Chile, and Uruguay. Latin American Research Review 35 (2):160-182.

_Brody, Reed, and Felipe González. 1997. Nunca Más: An Analysis of International Instruments on 'Disappearances'. Human Rights Quarterly 19 (2):365-405.

_Brysk, Alison. 2003. Recovering from State Terror: The Morning After in Latin America. Latin American Research Review 38 (1):238-247.

_Catley, Paul, and Lisa Claydon. 2000. Pinochet, Bias and the European Convention on Human Rights. In The Pinochet Case: A Legal and Constitutional Analysis, edited by D. Woodhouse. Oxford, UK: Hart.

_Correa Sutil, Jorge. 1992. Dealing with Past Human Rights Violations: The Chilean Case after Dictatorship. Notre Dame Law Review 67 (5):1455-1485.

_Correa Sutil, Jorge. 1997. 'No Victorious Army Has Ever Been Prosecuted.' The Unsettled Story of Transitional Justice in Chile. In Transitional Justice and the Rule of Law in New Democracies, edited by A. J. McAdams. Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press.

_Crawford, Kathryn Lee. 1990. Dealing with Past Human Rights Violations: The Chilean Case After Dictatorship. Notre Dame Law Review 67 (5):1455-1494.

_Cuevas, Victor Espinoza, María Luisa Oritz Rojas, and Paz Rojas Baeza. 2002. Truth Commissions: An Uncertain Path? Geneva, Switzerland: Association for the Prevention of Torture.

_Davis, Madeleine. 2000. The Pinochet Case. London, UK: Institute of Latin American Studies, University of London.

_Davis, Madeleine, ed. 2003. The Pinochet Case: Origins, Progress and Implications. London, UK: Institute of Latin American Studies.

_Davis, Madeleine. 2005. Universal Jurisdiction: National Courts and the Prosecution of Serious Crimes under International Law. Human Rights Quarterly 27 (2):729-735.

_Dorfman, Ariel. 2002. Exorcising Terror: The Incredible Unending Trial of General Augusto Pinochet. New York, NY: Seven Stories Press.

_Ensalaco, Mark. 1994. Truth Commissions for Chile and El Salvador: A Report and Assessment. Human Rights Quarterly 16 (4):656-675.

_Evans, Rebecca. 2006. Pinochet in London-Pinochet in Chile: International and Domestic Politics in Human Rights Policy. Human Rights Quarterly 28 (1):207-244.

_Farer, Tom. 1997. The Rise of the Inter-American Human Rights Regime: No Longer a Unicorn, Not Yet an Ox. Human Rights Quarterly 19 (3):510-546.

_Garretón, Manuel Antonio. 1999. Chile 1997-1998: The Revenge of Incomplete Democratization. International Affairs 75 (2):259-268.

_Golob, Stephanie R. 2002. The Pinochet Case: Forced to be Free Abroad and at Home. Democratization 9 (4):22-57.

_Grant, Evadne. 2000. Pinochet 2: The Questions of Jurisdiction and Bias. In The Pinochet Case: A Legal and Constitutional Analysis, edited by D. Woodhouse. Oxford, UK: Hart.

_Heinz, Wolfgang S. 1995. Motives for ´Disappearances' in Argentina, Chile and Uruguay in the 1970s. Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights 13 (1):51-64.

_Hendrick, Judith. 2000. Pinochet and Issues of Morality and Justice. In The Pinochet Case: A Legal and Constitutional Analysis, edited by D. Woodhouse. Oxford, UK: Hart.

_Kornbluh, Peter. 2003. The Pinochet File: A Declassified Dossier on Atrocity and Accountability. New York, NY: The New Press.

_Lagos, Ricardo, Heraldo Munoz, and Anne-Marie Slaughter. 1999. The Pinochet Dilemma. Foreign Policy 114:26-39.

_Meacham, Carl E. 1994. The Role of the Chilean Catholic Church in the New Chilean Democracy. Journal of Church and State 36 (2):277-300.

_Mera, Jorge. 1995. Chile: Truth and Justice under the Democratic Government. In Impunity and Human Rights in International Law and Practice, edited by N. Roht-Arriaza. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

_Oppenheim, Lois Hecht. 1991. Redemocratisation in Latin America: Civilian Agenda and Military Legacy in Chile. Review of Latin American Studies 4 (2):184-206.

_Payne, Leigh A. 2001. Collaborators and the Politics of Memory in Chile. Human Rights Review 2 (3):8-26.

_Pereira, Anthony W. 2005. Political (In)Justice: Authoritarianism and the Rule of Law in Brazil, Chile, and Argentina. Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh Press.

_Perez, Antonio F. 2000. The Perils of Pinochet: Problems for Transitional Justice and a Supranational Governance Solution. Denver Journal of International Law and Policy 28 (2):175-221.

_Pion-Berlin, David. 1993. To Prosecute or to Pardon? Human Rights Decisions in the Latin American Southern Cone. Human Rights Quarterly 15 (1):105-130.

_Pion-Berlin, David. 2004. The Pinochet Case and Human Rights Progress in Chile: Was Europe a Catalyst, Cause or Inconsequential? Journal of Latin American Studies 36 (3):479-505.

_Popkin, Margaret, and Naomi Roht-Arriaza. 1995. Truth as Justice: Investigatory Commissions in Latin America. Law and Social Inquiry 20 (1):79-116.

_Quinn, Robert J. 1994. Will the Rule of Law End? Challenging Grants of Amnesty for the Human Rights Violations of a Prior Regime: Chile's New Model. Fordham Law Review 62 (4):905-960.

_Robertson, David. 2000. The House of Lords as a Political and Constitutional Court: Lessons from the Pinochet Case. In The Pinochet Case: A Legal and Constitutional Analysis, edited by D. Woodhouse. Oxford, UK: Hart.

_Roht-Arriaza, Naomi, and Lauren Gibson. 1998. The Developing Jurisprudence on Amnesty. Human Rights Quarterly 20 (4):843-885.

_Roniger, Luis, and Mario Sznajder. 1999. The Legacy of Human-Rights Violations in the Southern Cone: Argentina, Chile, and Uruguay. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

_Rothenberg, Daniel. 2002. Let Justice Judge: An Interview with Judge Baltasar Garzón and Analysis of His Ideas. Human Rights Quarterly 24 (4):924-973.

_Sieder, Rachel, ed. 1995. Impunity in Latin America. London, UK: Institute of Latin American Studies.

_Skaar, Elin. 2001. Judicial Independence and Human Rights Policies in Argentina and Chile. In Chr. Michelson Institute Working Papers.

_Soza, Raul. 1996. Chile: Breaking the Human Link: The Medico-Psychiatric View of Impunity. In Impunity: An Ethical Perspective: Six Case Studies from Latin America, edited by World Council of Churches. Geneva, Switzerland: World Council of Churches Publications.

_Stern, Steve J. 2004. Remembering Pinochet's Chile: On the Eve of London 1998. London, UK: Duke University Press.

_Waltz, Susan. 2001. Prosecuting Dictators: International Law and the Pinochet Case. World Policy Journal 18 (1):101-112.

_Wedgwood, Ruth. 2000. International Criminal Law and Augusto Pinochet. Virginia Journal of International Law 40 (3):829-847.

_Weissbrodt, David, and Paul W. Fraser. 1992. Report of the Chilean National Commission on Truth and Reconciliation. Human Rights Quarterly 14 (4):601-622.

_Wilson, Richard J. 1999. Prosecuting Pinochet: International Crimes in Spanish Domestic Law. Human Rights Quarterly 21 (4):927-979.

_Woodhouse, Diana. 2000. Introduction: The Extradition of Pinochet: A Calendar of Events. In The Pinochet Case: A Legal and Constitutional Analysis, edited by D. Woodhouse. Oxford, UK: Hart.

_Woodhouse, Diana, ed. 2000. The Pinochet Case: A Legal and Constitutional Analysis. Oxford, UK: Hart.

_Zalaquett, José. 1991. The Ethics of Responsibility: Human Rights, Truth and Reconciliation in Chile. Washington, D.C.: Washington Office on Latin America.

 

Colombia

_Ambos, Kai. 1997. Impunity and International Criminal Law: A Case Study on Colombia, Peru, Bolivia, Chile, Argentina. Human Rights Law Journal 18 (1-4):1-15.

_Arnson, Cynthia J. 1999. Comparative Peace Processes in Latin America. Washington, D.C.: Woodrow Wilson Center Press.

_Chernick, Marc W. 2003. Colombia: Does Injustice Cause Violence? In What Justice? Whose Justice? Fighting for Fairness in Latin America, edited by S. E. Eckstein and T. P. Wickham-Crowley. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.

_Guembe, Maria José, and Helena Olea. 2006. No Justice, No Peace: Discussion of a Legal Framework Regarding the Demobilization of Non-State Armed Groups in Colombia. In Transitional Justice in the Twenty-First Century: Beyond Truth versus Justice, edited by N. Roht-Arriaza and J. Mariezcurrena. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press.

_Kalshoven, Frits. 1998. A Colombia View on Protocol II. Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law 1.

_Meertens, Donny and Margarita Zambrano. July, 2010. Citizenship Deferred: The Politics of Victimhood, Land Restitution and Gender Justice in the Colombian (Post?) Conflict. The International Journal of Transitional Justice. Oxford University Press.

_Raino-Alacala, Pilar and Erin Baines. 2011. The Archive in the Witness: Documentation in Settings of Chronic Insecurity. The International Journal of Transitional Justice. Oxford University Press.

_Sieder, Rachel, ed. 1995. Impunity in Latin America. London, UK: Institute of Latin American Studies.

_Theidon, Kimberly. 2007. Transitional Subjects: The Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration of Former Combatants in Colombia. International Journal of Transitional Justice 1 (1):66-90.

_Uprimny, Rodrigo. 2003. The Constitutional Court and Control of Presidential Extraordinary Powers in Colombia. In Democratization and the Judiciary, edited by S. Glippen, R. Gargarella and E. Skaar. London, UK: Frank Cass.

_Uprimny, Rodrigo, Catalina Botero, Esteban Restrepo, and María Paula Saffon. 2005. ¿Justicia Transicional Sin Transición? Reflexiones Sobre Verdad, Justicia y Reparación en Colombia. Bogotá, Colombia: Centro de Estudios de Derecho, Justicia y Sociedad.


Cuba

_Task Force on Memory, Truth, and Justice. 2003. Cuban National Reconciliation. Miami, FL: Florida International University.

 

El Salvador

_Amnesty International. 1990. El Salvador: Peace Without Justice. London, UK: Amnesty International Press.

_Arnson, Cynthia J. 1993. El Salvador, Accountability and Human Rights: The Report of the UN Commission on the Truth for El Salvador. New York, NY: America's Watch.

_Arnson, Cynthia J. 1999. Comparative Peace Processes in Latin America. Washington, D.C.: Woodrow Wilson Center Press.

_Azpuru, Dinorah, Ligia Blanco, Ricardo Córdova Macías, Nayelly Loya Marín, Carlos G. Ramos, and Adrián Zapata. 2007. Construyendo La Democracia En Sociedades Posconflicto: Guatemala Y El Salvador, Un Enfoque Comparado. Guatemala City, Guatemala: Centro Internacional de Investigaciones para el Desarrollo, F&G Editores.

_Binford, Leigh. 1996. The El Mozote Massacre: Anthropology and Human Rights. Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona Press.

_Brahm, Eric. 2006. Truth and Central American Peacebuilding: El Salvador and Nicaragua. In International Studies Association Annual Convention. San Diego, CA.

_Buergenthal, Thomas. 1994. The United Nations Truth Commission for El Salvador. Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law 27 (3):498-544.

_Cardenal, Rodolfo. 1992. Justice in Post-Cold War El Salvador: The Role of the Truth Commission. Journal of Third World Studies 9 (2):313-338.

_Cuevas, Victor Espinoza, María Luisa Oritz Rojas, and Paz Rojas Baeza. 2002. Truth Commissions: An Uncertain Path? Geneva, Switzerland: Association for the Prevention of Torture.

_Dodson, Michael, and Donald W. Jackson. 2004. Horizontal Accountability in Transitional Democracies: The Human Rights Ombudsman in El Salvador and Guatemala. Latin American Politics and Society 46 (4):1-27.

_Dodson, Michael, Donald W. Jackson, and Laura O'Shaughnessy. 2001. Political Will and Public Trust: El Salvador's Procurator for the Defense of Human Rights and the Dilemmas of Institution-Building. Human Rights Review 2 (3):51-75.

_Ensalaco, Mark. 1994. Truth Commissions for Chile and El Salvador: A Report and Assessment. Human Rights Quarterly 16 (4):656-675.

_Holiday, David. 1993. Building Peace: Preliminary Lessons from El Salvador. Journal of International Affairs 46 (2):415-438.

_Jowdy, Gregory. 1997. Truth Commissions in El Salvador and Guatemala: A Proposal for Truth in Guatemala. Boston College Third World Law Journal 17 (2):285-330.

_Kaye, Mike. 1997. The Role of Truth Commissions in the Search for Justice, Reconciliation and Democratization: The Salvadorian and Honduran Cases. Journal of Latin American Studies 29 (3):693-716.

_Mani, Rama. 2002. Beyond Retribution: Seeking Justice in the Shadows of War. Cambridge, UK: Polity Press.

_Méndez, Juan E. 1997. Accountability for Past Abuses. Human Rights Quarterly 19 (2):255-282.

_Moore, John J. Jr. 1991. Problems with Forgiveness: Granting Amnesty Under the Arias Plan in Nicaragua and El Salvador. Stanford Law Review 43 (3):733-777.

_Popkin, Margaret. 1995. El Salvador: A Negotiated End to Impunity? In Impunity and Human Rights in International Law and Practice, edited by N. Roht-Arriaza. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

_Popkin, Margaret. 2000. Peace without Justice: Obstacles to Building the Rule of Law in El Salvador. University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press.

_Popkin, Margaret, and Naomi Roht-Arriaza. 1995. Truth as Justice: Investigatory Commissions in Latin America. Law and Social Inquiry 20 (1):79-116.

_Roht-Arriaza, Naomi, and Lauren Gibson. 1998. The Developing Jurisprudence on Amnesty. Human Rights Quarterly 20 (4):843-885.

_Seils, Paul F. 2002. The Limits of Truth Commissions in the Search for Justice: An Analysis of the Truth Commissions of El Salvador and Guatemala and Their Effect in Achieving Post-Conflict Justice. In Post-Conflict Justice, edited by M. C. Bassiouni. Ardsley, NY: Transnational Publishers.

_Sieder, Rachel. 2001. War, Peace, and Memory Politics in Central America. In The Politics of Memory: Transitional Justice in Democratizing Societies, edited by A. Barahona de Brito, C. González-Enr 7?quez and P. Aguilar. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

_Stahler-Sholk, Richard. 1994. El Salvador's Negotiated Transition: From Low-Intensity Conflict to Low-Intensity Democracy. Journal of Interamerican Studies and World Affairs 36 (4):1-59.

_Studemeister, Margarita S., ed. 2001. El Salvador: Implementation of the Peace Accords. Vol. 34, Peaceworks. Washington, D.C.: United States Institute of Peace.

_Tula, Maria Teresa, and Lynn Stephen. 1994. Hear My Testimony: Maria Teresa Tula, Human Rights Activists of El Salvador. Cambridge, MA: South End Press.

_Zamora, Rubén, and David Holiday. 2007. The Struggle for Lasting Reform: Vetting Processes in El Salvador. In Justice as Prevention: Vetting Public Employees in Transitional Societies, edited by A. Mayer-Rieckh and P. De Greiff. New York, NY: Social Science Research Council.

  

Guatemala

_Arnson, Cynthia J. 1999. Comparative Peace Processes in Latin America. Washington, D.C.: Woodrow Wilson Center Press.

_Azpuru, Dinorah, Ligia Blanco, Ricardo Córdova Macías, Nayelly Loya Marín, Carlos G. Ramos, and Adrián Zapata. 2007. Construyendo La Democracia En Sociedades Posconflicto: Guatemala Y El Salvador, Un Enfoque Comparado. Guatemala City, Guatemala: Centro Internacional de Investigaciones para el Desarrollo, F&G Editores.

_Bailey, Claudia Paz y Paz. 2006. Guatemala: Gender and Reparations for Human Rights Violations. In What Happened to the Women? Gender and Reparations for Human Rights Violations, edited by R. Rubio-Marin. New York, NY: Social Science Research Council.

_Ball, Howard, Paul Kobrak, and Herbert F. Spirer. 1999. State Violence in Guatemala 1960-1996: A Quantitative Reflection. Washington D.C.: American Association for the Advancement of Science.

_Beristain, Carlos Martín. 1998. Guatemala: Nunca Mas. Forced Migration Review 3:23-26.

_Beristain, Carlos Martín. 1998. The Value of Memory. Forced Migration Review 2:24-26.

_Brysk, Alison. 2003. Recovering from State Terror: The Morning After in Latin America. Latin American Research Review 38 (1):238-247.

_Chapman, Audrey R., and Patrick Ball. 2001. The Truth of Truth Commissions: Comparative Lessons from Haiti, South Africa, and Guatemala. Human Rights Quarterly 23 (1):1-43.

_Crosby, Alison and M. Brinton Lykes. 2011. Mayan Women Survivors Speak: The Gendered Relations of Truth Telling in Postwar Guatemala. The International Journal of Transitional Justice. Oxford University Press.

_Cuevas, Victor Espinoza, María Luisa Oritz Rojas, and Paz Rojas Baeza. 2002. Truth Commissions: An Uncertain Path? Geneva, Switzerland: Association for the Prevention of Torture.

_Dodson, Michael, and Donald W. Jackson. 2004. Horizontal Accountability in Transitional Democracies: The Human Rights Ombudsman in El Salvador and Guatemala. Latin American Politics and Society 46 (4):1-27.

_Duggan, Colleen, Claudia Paz y Paz Bailey, and Julie Guillerot. 2008. Reparations for Sexual and Reproductive Violence: Prospects for Achieving Gender Justice in Guatemala and Peru. International Journal of Transitional Justice 2 (2):192-213.

_Goldman, Francisco. 1996. In Guatemala, All is Forgotten. New York Times.

_Hale, Charles R. 1997. Consciousness, Violence and the Politics of Memory in Guatemala. Current Anthropology 18 (3):817-838.

_Hale, Charles R. 1997. Forum on Anthropology in Public: Consciousness, Violence, and the Politics of Memory in Guatemala. Current Anthropology 38 (5):817-838.

_Heasley, Nathanael, Rodger Hurley, Kara E. Irwin, Andrew H. Kaufman, Nadine Moustafa, and Alain Personna. 2001. Impunity in Guatemala: The State's Failure to Provide Justice in the Massacre Cases. American University International Law Review 16 (5):1115-1194.

_Isaacs, Anita. July, 2010. At War with the Past? The Politics of Truth Seeking in Guatemala. The International Journal of Transitional Justice. Oxford University Press.

_Jonas, Susanne. 2000. Of Centaurs and Doves: Guatemala's Peace Process. Boulder, CO: Westview Press.

_Jonas, Susanne. 2001. Democratization Through Peace: The Difficult Case of Guatemala. Journal of Interamerican Studies and World Affairs 42 (4):9-38.

_Jowdy, Gregory. 1997. Truth Commissions in El Salvador and Guatemala: A Proposal for Truth in Guatemala. Boston College Third World Law Journal 17 (2):285-330.

_Mani, Rama. 2002. Beyond Retribution: Seeking Justice in the Shadows of War. Cambridge, UK: Polity Press.

_McSherry, J. Patrice, and Raúl Molina Mejía. 1992. Confronting the Question of Justice in Guatemala. Social Justice 19 (3): 1-28.

_Méndez, Juan E. 1997. Accountability for Past Abuses. Human Rights Quarterly 19 (2):255-282.

_Padilla, Luis Alberto. 1997. Peace Making and Conflict Transformation in Guatemala. Peace and Security 29:24-38.

_Perera, Victor. 1995. Unfinished Conquest: The Guatemalan Tragedy. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.

_Popkin, Margaret, and Naomi Roht-Arriaza. 1995. Truth as Justice: Investigatory Commissions in Latin America. Law and Social Inquiry 20 (1):79-116.

_Quinn, Joanna R., and Mark Freeman. 2003. Lessons Learned: Practical Lessons Gleaned from Inside the Truth Commissions of Guatemala and South Africa. Human Rights Quarterly 25 (4):1117-1149.

_Roht-Arriaza, Naomi, and Lauren Gibson. 1998. The Developing Jurisprudence on Amnesty. Human Rights Quarterly 20 (4):843-885.

_Ross, Amy. 1999. The Body of the Truth: Truth Commissions in Guatemala and South Africa. PhD Dissertation, University of California, Berkeley.

_Rosser, Emily. 2007. Depoliticised Speech and Sexed Visibility: Women, Gender and Sexual Violence in the 1999 Guatemalan Comisión para el Esclarecimiento Histórico Report. International Journal of Transitional Justice 1 (3):391-410.

_Sanford, Victoria. 2003. Buried Secrets: Truth and Human Rights in Guatemala. New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan.

_Schirmer, Jennifer. 1996. Universal and Sustainable Human Rights? Special Tribunals in Guatemala. In Human Rights, Culture and Context: Anthropological Perspectives, edited by R. A. Wilson. London, UK: Pluto Press.

_Seils, Paul F. 2002. The Limits of Truth Commissions in the Search for Justice: An Analysis of the Truth Commissions of El Salvador and Guatemala and Their Effect in Achieving Post-Conflict Justice. In Post-Conflict Justice, edited by M. C. Bassiouni. Ardsley, NY: Transnational Publishers.

_Seils, Paul F. 2002. Reconciliation in Guatemala: The Role of Intelligent Justice. Race and Class 44 (1).

_Sieder, Rachel. 2001. War, Peace, and Memory Politics in Central America. In The Politics of Memory: Transitional Justice in Democratizing Societies, edited by A. Barahona de Brito, C. González-Enr 7?quez and P. Aguilar. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

_Snodgrass-Godoy, Angelina. 2002. Lynchings and the Democratization of Terror in Postwar Guatemala: Implications for Human Rights. Human Rights Quarterly 24 (3):640-661.

_Tomuschat, Christian. 2001. Clarification Commission in Guatemala. Human Rights Quarterly 23 (2):233-258.

_Viaene, Lieselotte. March, 2010. Life is Priceless: Mayan Q’eqchi’ Voices on the Guatemalan National Reparations Program. The International Journal of Transitional Justice. Oxford University Press.

_Wilson, Richard A. 1997. Violent Truths: The Politics of Memory in Guatemala. Accord: An International Review of Peace Initiatives.

_Wilson, Richard A. 1998. The People's Conscience? Civil Groups, Peace and Justice in the South African and Guatemalan Transitions. London, UK: Catholic Institute for International Relations.

_Zunino, Marcos . March, 2011. Releasing Transitional Justice from the Technical Asylum: Judicial Reform in Guatemala seen through Techne and Phronesis. The International Journal of Transitional Justice. Oxford University Press.

_Zur, Judith. 1995. The Psychological Effects of Impunity: The Language of Denial. In Impunity in Latin America, edited by R. Sieder. London, UK: Institute of Latin American Studies. 

 

Haiti

_Chapman, Audrey R., and Patrick Ball. 2001. The Truth of Truth Commissions: Comparative Lessons from Haiti, South Africa, and Guatemala. Human Rights Quarterly 23 (1):1-43.

_Mattarollo, Rodolfo. 2002. The Transition to Democracy and Institution Building: The Case of Haiti. In Post-Conflict Justice, edited by M. C. Bassiouni. Ardsley, NY: Transnational Publishers.

_Quinn, Joanna R. 2003. The Politics of Acknowledgement: Truth Commissions in Uganda and Haiti. PhD Dissertation, McMaster University.

_Roth, Kenneth. 1999. Human Rights in the Haitian Transition to Democracy. In Human Rights in Political Transitions: Gettysburg to Bosnia, edited by C. Hesse and R. Post. New York, NY: Zone Books.

_Scharf, Michael P. 1996. Swapping Amnesty for Peace and the Duty to Prosecute Human Rights Crimes in Haiti. Texas International Law Journal 31 (1):1-42.

_Sieder, Rachel, ed. 1995. Impunity in Latin America. London, UK: Institute of Latin American Studies.

_Stotzky, Irwin P. 1995. Haiti: Searching for Alternatives. In Impunity and Human Rights in International Law and Practice, edited by N. Roht-Arriaza. New York, NY: Oxford University Press. 

 

Honduras

_Grossman, Claudio. 1992. Disappearances in Honduras. The Need for Direct Victim Representation in Human Rights Litigation. Hastings International and Comparative Law Review 15 (3):363-390.

_Kaye, Mike. 1997. The Role of Truth Commissions in the Search for Justice, Reconciliation and Democratization: The Salvadorian and Honduran Cases. Journal of Latin American Studies 29 (3):693-716.

_Popkin, Margaret, and Naomi Roht-Arriaza. 1995. Truth as Justice: Investigatory Commissions in Latin America. Law and Social Inquiry 20 (1):79-116.

_Roht-Arriaza, Naomi, and Lauren Gibson. 1998. The Developing Jurisprudence on Amnesty. Human Rights Quarterly 20 (4):843-885.

_Sieder, Rachel. 2001. War, Peace, and Memory Politics in Central America. In The Politics of Memory: Transitional Justice in Democratizing Societies, edited by A. Barahona de Brito, C. González-Enr 7?quez and P. Aguilar. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

 

Mexico

_Acosta, Mariclaire, and Esa Ennelin. 2006. The 'Mexican Solution' to Transitional Justice. In Transitional Justice in the Twenty-First Century: Beyond Truth versus Justice, edited by N. Roht-Arriaza and J. Mariezcurrena. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press.

_Arnson, Cynthia J. 1999. Comparative Peace Processes in Latin America. Washington, D.C.: Woodrow Wilson Center Press.

_Bickford, Louis. 2005. Transitional Justice in Mexico. Journal of Human Rights 4 (4):537-557.

 

Nicaragua

_Abu-Lughod, Deena I. 2000. Failed Buyout: Land Rights for Contra Veterans in Postwar Nicaragua. Latin American Perspectives 27 (3):32-62.

_Arnson, Cynthia J. 1999. Comparative Peace Processes in Latin America. Washington, D.C.: Woodrow Wilson Center Press.

_Brahm, Eric. 2006. Truth and Central American Peacebuilding: El Salvador and Nicaragua. In International Studies Association Annual Convention. San Diego, CA.

_Farer, Tom. 1997. The Rise of the Inter-American Human Rights Regime: No Longer a Unicorn, Not Yet an Ox. Human Rights Quarterly 19 (3):510-546.

_Moore, John J. Jr. 1991. Problems with Forgiveness: Granting Amnesty Under the Arias Plan in Nicaragua and El Salvador. Stanford Law Review 43 (3):733-777. 

 

Peru

_Ambos, Kai. 1997. Impunity and International Criminal Law: A Case Study on Colombia, Peru, Bolivia, Chile, Argentina. Human Rights Law Journal 18 (1-4):1-15.

_Arnson, Cynthia J. 1999. Comparative Peace Processes in Latin America. Washington, D.C.: Woodrow Wilson Center Press.

_Boesten, Jelke. March, 2010. Analyzing Rape Regimes at the Interface of War and Peace in Peru. The International Journal of Transitional Justice. Oxford University Press.

_Burt, Jo-Marie. November, 2009. Guilty as Charged: The Trial of Former Peruvian President Alberto Fujimori for Human Rights Violations. The International Journal of Transitional Justice. Oxford University Press.

_Duggan, Colleen, Claudia Paz y Paz Bailey, and Julie Guillerot. 2008. Reparations for Sexual and Reproductive Violence: Prospects for Achieving Gender Justice in Guatemala and Peru. International Journal of Transitional Justice 2 (2):192-213.

_González Cueva, Eduardo. 2006. The Peruvian Truth and Reconciliation Commission and the Challenge of Impunity. In Transitional Justice in the Twenty-First Century: Beyond Truth versus Justice, edited by N. Roht-Arriaza and J. Mariezcurrena. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press.

_Guillerot, Julie. 2006. Linking Gender and Reparations in Peru: A Failed Opportunity. In What Happened to the Women? Gender and Reparations for Human Rights Violations, edited by R. Rubio-Marín. New York, NY: Social Science Research Council.

_Laplante, Lisa J. Marie Dembour and Tobias Kelly, eds. 2007. Entwined Paths to Justice:  The Inter-American Human Rights System and the Peruvian Truth Commission in Paths to International Justice: Social and Cultural Perspectives. Cambridge University Press.

_Laplante, Lisa J. 2007. The Process of the Peruvian Truth Commission’s Historical Memory Project: Empowering Truth Tellers to Confront Truth Deniers, 6. Human Rights Journal 433.

_Laplante, Lisa J., and Kimberly Theidon. 2007. Truth with Consequences: Justice and Reparations in Post-Truth Commission Peru. Human Rights Quarterly 29 (1):228-250.

_Laplante, Lisa J. 2007. Women as Political Participants:  Peru’s Approach to Psychosocial Post-Conflict Recovery, 13 Peace & Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology 313.

_Laplante, Lisa J. & Kimberly Theidon. Kamari Clarke & Mark Goodale, eds. 2009. Commissioning Truth, Constructing Silences: The Peruvian Truth Commission and the Other Truths of 'Terrorists' in Justice in the Mirror: Law, Culture and the Making of History. Cambridge University Press. 

_Laplante, Lisa J. and Kelly Phenicie. July, 2010. Media, Trials and Truth Commissions: ‘Mediating’ Reconciliation in Peru’s Transitional Justice Process. The International Journal of Transitional Justice. Oxford University Press.

_Magarrell, Lisa. 2003. Reparations for Massive or Widespread Human Rights Violations: Sorting out Claims for Reparations and the Struggle for Social Justice. Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice 22:85-98.

_Roht-Arriaza, Naomi, and Lauren Gibson. 1998. The Developing Jurisprudence on Amnesty. Human Rights Quarterly 20 (4):843-885.

_Sieder, Rachel, ed. 1995. Impunity in Latin America. London, UK: Institute of Latin American Studies.

_Theidon, Kimberly. 2006. Justice in Transition: The Micropolitics of Reconciliation in Postwar Peru. Journal of Conflict Resolution 50 (3):433-457.

_Theidon, Kimberly. 2007. Intimate Enemies: Reconciling the Present in Post-War Communities in Ayacucho, Peru. In After Mass Crime: Rebuilding States and Communities, edited by B. Pouligny, S. Chesterman and A. Schnabel. Tokyo, Japan: United Nations University Press.

_Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Peru. 2004. A Plan of Integral Reparations. In To Repair the Irreparable: Reparation and Reconstruction in South Africa, edited by E. Doxtader and C. Villa-Vicencio. Cape Town, South Africa: David Philip.


Uruguay

_Barahona de Brito, Alexandra. 1993. Truth and Justice in the Consolidation of Democracy in Chile and Uruguay. Parliamentary Affairs 46 (4):579-593.

_Barahona de Brito, Alexandra. 2001. Truth, Justice, Memory, and Democratization in the Southern Cone. In The Politics of Memory: Transitional Justice in Democratizing Societies, edited by A. Barahona de Brito, C. González-Enríquez and P. Aguilar. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

_Bickford, Louis. 1999. The Archival Imperative: Human Rights and Historical Memory in Latin America's Southern Cone. Human Rights Quarterly 21 (4):1097-1122.

_Bickford, Louis. 2000. Human Rights Archives and Research on Historical Memory: Argentina, Chile, and Uruguay. Latin American Research Review 35 (2):160-182.

_Goldman, Robert, and Cynthia Brown. 1989. Challenging Impunity: The Ley de Caducidad and the Referendum Campaign in Uruguay. New York, NY: America's Watch.

_Heinz, Wolfgang S. 1995. Motives for ´Disappearances' in Argentina, Chile and Uruguay in the 1970s. Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights 13 (1):51-64.

_Pion-Berlin, David. 1993. To Prosecute or to Pardon? Human Rights Decisions in the Latin American Southern Cone. Human Rights Quarterly 15 (1):105-130.

_Roniger, Luis, and Mario Sznajder. 1997. The Legacy of Human Rights Violations and the Collective Identity of Redemocratized Uruguay. Human Rights Quarterly 19 (1):55-77.

_Roniger, Luis, and Mario Sznajder. 1999. The Legacy of Human-Rights Violations in the Southern Cone: Argentina, Chile, and Uruguay. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

_Weschler, Lawrence. 1990. A Miracle, a Universe: Settling Accounts with Torturers. New York, NY: Pantheon Books.
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