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Suggested readings

  • Dwyer, Susan. "Reconciliation for realists." Ethics & International Affairs 13.1 (1999): 81-98.

  • Bar-Siman-Tov, Yaacov, ed. From conflict resolution to reconciliation. Oxford University Press, 2004. De Gruchy, John W. Reconciliation: restoring justice. Vol. 291. Fortress Press, 2002.

  • Schaap, Andrew. Political reconciliation. Routledge, 2004. Veenema, H. C., M. Das, and F. Aureli. "Methodological improvements for the study of reconciliation." Behavioural Processes 31.1 (1994): 29-37.

  • Radzik, Linda, and Colleen Murphy. "Reconciliation." (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, 2015). Lederach, John Paul. "Sustainable reconciliation in divided societies." Washington, DC: USIP (1997).

  • Kelman, Herbert C. "Reconciliation from a social-psychological perspective." In: The social psychology of intergroup reconciliation (2008): 15-32.

  • Bar‐Tal, Daniel. "From intractable conflict through conflict resolution to reconciliation: Psychological analysis." Political Psychology 21.2 (2000): 351-365.

  • Meierhenrich, Jens. "Varieties of reconciliation." Law & Social Inquiry 33.1 (2008): 195-231.

  • Wilson, Richard Ashby. "Anthropological studies of national reconciliation processes." Anthropological Theory 3.3 (2003): 367-387.

  • Rigby, Andrew. Justice and reconciliation: After the violence. Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2001.

  • Appleby, Scott R. The ambivalence of the sacred: Religion, violence, and reconciliation. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 1999.

  • Batts, Valerie. "Is reconciliation possible." Lessons From Combating “Modern Racism”. Visions (2005).

  • Halpern, Jodi, and Harvey M. Weinstein. "Rehumanizing the other: Empathy and reconciliation." Hum. Rts. Q. 26 (2004): 561.

  • Worthington Jr, Everett L. Forgiveness and reconciliation: Theory and application. Routledge, 2006.

  • Abu-Nimer, Mohammed. Reconciliation, justice and coexistence: Theory and practice (Lexington Books, 2001).

  • Humphrey, Michael. "Reconciliation and the therapeutic state." Journal of intercultural studies 26.3 (2005): 203-220.

  • Humphrey, Michael. The politics of atrocity and reconciliation: From terror to trauma. Routledge, 2013.

  • Cameron, Lynne J. "Patterns of metaphor use in reconciliation talk." Discourse & Society 18.2 (2007): 197-222.

  • Hardimon, Mep, and Michael O. Hardimon. Hegel's social philosophy: The project of reconciliation. Cambridge University Press, 1994.

  • Schaap, Andrew. "Reconciliation as ideology and politics." (2008).

  • Pankhurst, Donna. "Issues of justice and reconciliation in complex political emergencies: Conceptualising reconciliation, justice and peace." Third World Quarterly 20.1 (1999): 239-255.

  • Govier, Trudy, and Wilhelm Verwoerd. "Trust and the problem of national reconciliation." Philosophy of the Social Sciences 32.2 (2002): 178-205.

  • Bar-Tal, Daniel. "Reconciliation as a foundation of culture of peace." In: Handbook on building cultures of peace. Springer, New York, NY, 2009. 363-377. 

  • Gibson, James L. "The contributions of truth to reconciliation: Lessons from South Africa." Journal of conflict resolution 50.3 (2006): 409-432.

  • Helmick, Raymond G. and Petersen, Rodney. Forgiveness & Reconciliation: Public Policy & Conflict Transformation. Templeton Foundation Press, 2002.

  • Verdoolaege, Annelies. Reconciliation discourse: The case of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. Vol. 27. John Benjamins Publishing, 2008. Hodgkin, Marian. “Reconciliation in Rwanda: education, history and the state.” Journal of International Affairs, FALL/WINTER 2006, Vol. 60, No. 1

  • Höglund, Kristine, and Ralph Sundberg. "Reconciliation through sports? The case of South Africa." Third world quarterly 29.4 (2008): 805-818.

  • Kymlicka, Will, and Bashir Bashir, eds. The politics of reconciliation in multicultural societies. OUP Oxford, 2008.

  • Schreiter, Robert J. Reconciliation: mission and ministry in a changing social order. Orbis Books, 2015. Kriesberg, Louis. "Reconciliation: Aspects, growth, and sequences." International Journal of Peace Studies (2007): 1-21.

  • Skaar, Elin, Siri Gloppen, and Astri Suhrke, eds. Roads to reconciliation. Lexington Books, 2005.

  • Long, William J., and Peter Brecke. War and reconciliation: Reason and emotion in conflict resolution. MIT Press, 2003.

  • Asch, Michael, Borrows, John and Tully, James. Resurgence and Reconciliation: Indigenous-Settler Relations and Earth Teachings. University of Toronto Press, 2018. Rigney, Ann. "Reconciliation and remembering: (how) does it work?." (2012): 251-258.

  • Murphy, Colleen. A moral theory of political reconciliation. Cambridge University Press, 2010.

  • Philpott, Daniel. Just and Unjust Peace: An Ethic of Political Reconciliation. Oxford University Press, 2012.

  • du Toit, Fanie. When Political Transitions Work: Reconciliation as Interdependence. Oxford University Press, 2018.

  • Shnabel, Nurit, et al. "Promoting reconciliation through the satisfaction of the emotional needs of victimized and perpetrating group members: The needs-based model of reconciliation." Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 35.8 (2009): 1021-1030.

  • Chapman, Audrey R. "Approaches to studying reconciliation." Assessing the impact of transitional justice: Challenges for empirical research (2009): 143-172.

  • Daly, Erin, and Jeremy Sarkin. Reconciliation in divided societies: Finding common ground. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2011. Rettberg, Angelika, and Juan E. Ugarriza. "Reconciliation: A comprehensive framework for empirical analysis." Security Dialogue 47.6 (2016): 517-540.

  • Rosoux, Valérie. "Is reconciliation negotiable?." International Negotiation 18.3 (2013): 471-493.

  • Feldman, Lily Gardner. Germany's foreign policy of reconciliation: from enmity to amity. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2012.

  • Hutchison, Emma, and Roland Bleiker. "Emotional reconciliation: Reconstituting identity and community after trauma." European jo Lu, Catherine. Justice and reconciliation in world politics. Cambridge University Press, 2017. journal of social theory 11.3 (2008): 385-403.

  • Dobson, Andrew. Listening for democracy: Recognition, representation, reconciliation. Oxford University Press, 2014.

  • Fisher, Jeffrey D.,  Malloy, Thomas, and Nadler, Arie. Social Psychology of Intergroup Reconciliation: From Violent Conflict to Peaceful Co-Existence. Oxford University Press, 2008.

  • Verdeja, Ernesto. Unchopping a tree: Reconciliation in the aftermath of political violence. Temple University Press, 2009. 

  • Short, Damien. Reconciliation and colonial power: Indigenous rights in Australia. Routledge, 2016. 

  • Lu, Catherine. Justice and reconciliation in world politics. Cambridge University Press, 2017.

  • Bloomfield, David. "On good terms: Clarifying reconciliation." (2006).

  • Roberts, James Deotis. Liberation and reconciliation: A black theology. Westminster John Knox Press, 2005. 

  • Doxtader, Erik. "Reconciliation—a rhetorical concept/ion." Quarterly Journal of Speech 89.4 (2003): 267-292.

  • Neff, John R. Honoring the Civil War dead: Commemoration and the problem of reconciliation. University Press of Kansas, 2016.

  • Zorbas, Eugenia. "Reconciliation in post-genocide Rwanda." African Journal of Legal Studies 1.1 (2004): 29-52.

  • Malley-Morrison, Kathleen, Andrea Mercurio, and Gabriel Twose, eds. International handbook of peace and reconciliation. Vol. 7. Springer Science & Business Media, 2013. 

  • Summerfield, Derek. "Effects of war: moral knowledge, revenge, reconciliation, and medicalised concepts of “recovery”.

  • Hamber, Brandon. Transforming societies after political violence: Truth, reconciliation, and mental health. Springer Science & Business Media, 2009. 

  • Kalayjian, Ani, and Raymond F. Paloutzian. Forgiveness and reconciliation. New York: Springer, 2009. 

  • Veitch, Scott, ed. Law and the Politics of Reconciliation. Routledge, 2016.

  • Umutesi, Marie Béatrice. "Is Reconciliation Between Hutus and Tutsis Possible?." Journal of International Affairs (2006): 157-171.

  • Renner, Judith. Discourse, normative change and the quest for reconciliation in global politics. Manchester University Press, 2018.

  • Barkan, Elazar, and Alexander Karn. Taking wrongs seriously: Apologies and reconciliation. Stanford University Press, 2006.

  • Irani, George E., and Nathan C. Funk. "Rituals of reconciliation: Arab-Islamic perspectives." Arab studies quarterly (1998): 53-73. 

  • Lischer, Richard. The end of words: The language of reconciliation in a culture of violence. Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing, 2005. 

  • Volf, Miroslav. "The social meaning of reconciliation." Interpretation 54.2 (2000): 158-172.

  • Borer, Tristan Anne. "A taxonomy of victims and perpetrators: Human rights and reconciliation in South Africa." Hum. Rts. Q. 25 (2003): 1088.

  • Pankhurst, Donna, ed. Gendered peace: Women's struggles for post-war justice and reconciliation. Routledge, 2012. 

  • Ahluwalia, D. Pal S., et al., eds. Reconciliation and pedagogy. Vol. 6. Routledge, 2012. 

  • Dierkes, Julian, et al. Teaching the violent past: History education and reconciliation. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2007. 

  • Encarnación, Omar G. "Reconciliation after democratization: coping with the past in Spain." Political Science Quarterly 123.3 (2008): 435-459.

  • Hughes, James. "Agency versus structure in reconciliation." Ethnic and Racial Studies 41.4 (2018): 624-642.

  • Payne, Leigh A. Unsettling accounts: Neither truth nor reconciliation in confessions of state violence. Duke University Press, 2008. 

  • Theidon, Kimberly. Intimate enemies: Violence and reconciliation in Peru. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2012. 

  • Gunton, Colin E., ed. The theology of reconciliation. A&C Black, 2003.

  • Boesak, Allan Aubrey, and Curtiss Paul DeYoung. Radical Reconciliation: Beyond political pietism and Christian quietism. Orbis Books, 2012.

  • Jansen, Stef. "If reconciliation is the answer, are we asking the right questions?." Studies in Social Justice 7.2 (2013): 229-243.

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