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JOURNALS and JOURNAL ARTICLES
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The History Teacher. Published by the Society for History Education.
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CARNEGIE COUNCIL RESOURCES
History and the Politics of Reconciliation Program (2000-2005). Here you will learn more about the Council's five-year research program and find a link to additional project resources.
Bhuta, Nehal and Popkin, Margaret. "Latin American Amnesties in Comparative Perspective: Can the Past be Buried?" Ethics and International Affairs 13 (1999): 99-122.
Chandler, David. "Elusive Justice in Cambodia: Will There Be a Trial for the Khmer Rouge?"[Abstract] Ethics and International Affairs 14 (2000) 4: 67-82.
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Hollywood, Thomas J. "A Handcrafting Justice Story." PolicyInnovations 1/23/2007
Little, David. "A Different Kind of Justice: Dealing with Human Rights Violations in Transitional Societies" [Abstract] Ethics & International Affairs, Volume 13 (1999)
Oglesby, Elizabeth. "Historical Memory and the Limits of Peace Education: Examining Guatemala's 'Memory of Silence' and the Politics of Curriculum Design"[PDF]. Working Paper, Carnegie Council Fellow's Program, History and the Politics of Reconciliation, June 2004.
Key Terms: Reconciliation. This is a detailed definition of the term.
"Teaching for Reconciliation: Can Tolerance Towards Former Enemies Be Taught?" (2001) Report on an International Faculty Development Seminar held From June 3-5, 2001, in Lublin, Poland, sponsored by the Carnegie Council on Ethics and International Affairs, Jagiellonian University, and Brama Grodzka.
"Transitional Justice in East Asia and its Impact on Human Rights." Human Rights Dialogue. Series 1, Number 8 (Spring 1997).
LINKS to OTHER RESOURCES
Best of History Web Sites. This is a web portal that provides access to history-related resources for teachers, students, and others involved in history education.
bitterlemons.org: This is a website that looks at issues related to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict and peace process.
Centre for Dialogue and Prayer in Auschwitz: In addition to being a place for reflection, education, sharing, and prayer, the center also aims to contribute to building an atmosphere of mutual respect, peace, and reconciliation.
Corrymeela Organization: Northern Ireland organization comitted to reconcilation in Ireland and the world.
Education for Reconciliation: Creating a History Curriculum after Genoncide. This special project of the Human Rights Center at the University of California Berkeley focuses on Rwanda and provides a curriculum in a downloadable format. The final project report can also be found on the site: "Education for Reconciliation" [PDF].
Facing History Facing Ourselves: This organization is dedicated to helping teachers around the world lead their students in a critical examination of history, with a particular focus on genocide and mass violence.
Georg Eckert Institute (GEI): GEI works with an international forum of experts and academics to analyze teaching and media learning within a comparative framework.
Gernika Gogoratuz: A Basque research center that looks at the symbol of Guernica and its relationship with the future and the past to develop a just and reconciliatory peace.
Goethe Institute: Germany's worldwide cultural institute that provides information on culture, society, and politics.
Institute for Justice and Reconciliation, South Africa: A center established to promote reconciliation, transitional justice, and democratic nation-building in Africa.
Institute for the Healing of Memories: South African organization that hosts workshops as one small step in the process of healing wounds of the past.
Karta: A Polish NGO sponsors historical research of the communist period both in a national and international context.
The Legacy Project: A site devoted to the many violent traumas of the 20th century.
Legacy of Absence Project: Cambodian artists use their art to confront the Khmer Rouge legacy.
Memorial, Russia: An international humanitarian and human rights organization that grew out of perestroika which looks at issues related to historical memory and the former Soviet Union.
Truth Commission Project: A joint project of Search for Common Ground, the European Centre for Common Ground, and the Program on Negotiation at Harvard University Law School.