The project: “Bosnian Bones, Spanish Ghosts: ‘Transitional Justice’ and the Legal Shaping of Memory after Two Modern Conflicts.” Funded by the European Research Council for a period of 4 years (2009-2013), the project investigates through detailed ethnographic case studies, how legal activity has influenced efforts at peace-building and social reconciliation after the Yugoslav conflicts of the 1990’s and the Spanish civil war respectively. In so doing, it also pioneers an Anthropology of ‘Transitional Justice’, Peace-building and International Relations more generally, through the lens of Legal Anthropology.
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