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Legacies of Political Violence in Latin America- A Book Talk by Roddy Brett & Kimberly Theidon

Event Summary by Allyson Hawkins At what point and for what reasons does political violence evolve into genocide? When, if at all, does a genocide end? Does post-conflict violence constitute a legacy of genocide or its continuance? On September 15, … Continue reading

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After Rape: Exploring Conceptions of Justice and Social Harmony in Northern Uganda

by Saskia Brechenmacher, MALD 2016, The Fletcher School   From time to time, you meet a researcher so deeply familiar with a particular place and issue that most other writing you consume on a daily basis suddenly seems hopelessly devoid … Continue reading

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