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Bronwyn Leebaw received her PhD. from the University of California, Berkeley. She has taught courses in human rights, political theory, international politics, transitional justice, and feminist theory. Her research has examined the changing relationship between human rights and humanitarian movements, the development of truth commissions and war crimes tribunals, and diverse approaches to transitional justice. A new project examines efforts to establish accountability for the environmental legacies of conflict.
Judging State-Sponsored Violence, Imagining Political Change. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2011.
"The Irreconcilable Goals of Transitional Justice." Forthcoming in the journal,Human Rights Quarterly (February, 2008).
"The Politics of Judging the Past: South Africa’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission," in Historical Justice in International Perspective ed. Bernd Schaefer and Manfred Berg. Forthcoming with Cambridge University Press.
"The Politics of Impartiality: Human Rights and Humanitarianism," Perspectives on Politics 5.2 (2007): 223-238.
"Human Rights Investigation and Dialogue." Human Rights& Human Welfare 5 (2005): 71-88.
"Public Education and Social Reconstruction in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia." With Sara Freedman, Dinka Corkalo, Naomi Levy, Dino Abazovic, Dean Ajdukovic, Dino Djipa, and Harvey Weinstein, in My Neighbor, My Enemy: Justice and Community in the Aftermath of Ethnic Cleansing. Cambridge University Press, 2005: 226-247.
"Legitimation or Judgment? South Africa’s Restorative Approach to Transitional Justice," Polity 34.1 (2003): 23-51.
"Restorative Justice for Political Transitions: Lessons from the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission," Contemporary Justice Review 4 (2001): 267-289
"R. Teitel. Transitional Justice." (Review) The American Journal of Comparative Law. Vol. XLIX, no. 2 (Spring, 2001).
Difference and Inequality in Developing Societies, with Leslie Armijo, Marc Blecher, Valerie Bunce, Kiren Chaudhry, John Echeverri-Gent, John Harbeson, Evelyne Huber, Bronwyn Leebaw, Susanne Rudolph, Aseema Sinha, Robert Vitalis, and Susan Woodward.
Forthcoming. A Report of the American Political Science Association (APSA).
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