2014

Dealing with Wars and Dictatorships

Legal Concepts and Categories in Action

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ISBN: 978-90-6704-929-0 (Print) 978-90-6704-930-6 (Online)

Table of contents (15 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xi

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    Pages 1-20

    General Introduction

  3. Life and Death of Concepts and Categories

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 21-21

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      Pages 23-38

      “Épuration”: History of a Word

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      Pages 39-58

      Humanity Seized by International Criminal Justice

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      Pages 59-76

      Dealing with Collaboration in Belgium After the Second World War: From Activism to Collaboration and Incivism

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      Pages 77-81

      Transitional Justice as Universal Narrative

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      Pages 83-100

      The Invention of “Transitional Justice” in the 1990s

  4. Implementation of Categories and Savoir-Faire

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 101-101

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      Pages 103-121

      “Transitional Justice” and National “Mastering of the Past”: Criminal Justice and Liberalization Processes in West Germany After 1945

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      Pages 123-143

      Poor Little Belgium? Belgian Trials of German War Criminals, 1944–1951

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      Pages 145-161

      From Revolution to Restoration. Transnational Implications of the Greek Purge of Wartime Collaborators

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      Pages 163-176

      The Defense in the Dock: Professional Purges of French Lawyers After the Second World War

  5. Transnational Circulation and Hybridization of Categories

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 177-177

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      Pages 179-196

      Law and the Soviet Purge: Domestic Renewal and International Convergences

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      Pages 197-208

      Circulation of Models of Épuration After the Second World War: From France to Italy

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      Pages 209-234

      Reassessing the Boundaries of Transitional Justice: An Inquiry on Political Transitions, Armed Conflicts, and Human Rights Violations

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      Pages 235-252

      The Emergence of Transitional Justice as a Professional International Practice

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      Pages 253-269

      The Uncertain Place of Purge Within Transitional Justice, and the Limitations of International Law in the World’s Response to Mass Atrocity