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Table of Contents for
Dilemmas of Reconciliation: Cases and Concepts, edited by Carol A.L. Prager and Trudy Govier

Introduction | Carol A.L. Prager

Overview | Michael R. Marrus

Perspectives and Approaches

1. Reckoning with Past Wrongs: A Normative Framework | David A. Crocker

2. What Is Acknowledgement and Why Is It Important? | Trudy Govier

3. Reconciliation for Realists | Susan Dwyer

4. Crime as Interpersonal Conflict: Reconciliation between Victim and Offender | Marc Forget

5. Mass Rape and the Concept of International Crime | Larry May

6. What Can Others Do? Foreign Governments and the Politics of Peacebuilding | Tom Keating

7. Aspects of Understanding and Judging Mass Human Rights Abuses | Carol A.L. Prager

Case Studies

8. We Are All Treaty People: History, Reconciliation, and the “Settler Problem” | Roger Epp

9. Toward a Response to Criticisms of the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission | Wilhelm Verwoerd

10. Reimagining Guatemala: Reconciliation and the Indigenous Accords | Jim Handy

11. Coming to Terms with the Terror and History of Pol Pot’s Cambodia (1975–79) | David Chandler

12. National Reconciliation in Russia? | Janet Keeping


13. What We Have Learned | Justice Richard J. Goldstone