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Literature, democracy and transitional justice

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The colloquium, ‘Literature, democracy and transitional justice’, held in Oxford 18-20 March 2018, is part of the second phase (2017-2020) in the activities of the international research network, ‘GDRI Literature and Democracy (19th-21st centuries): Theoretical, Historical and Comparative Approaches’. It brought together participants from over a dozen countries to address specific situations of transitional justice across the globe, including Spain, Portugal, Argentina, Columbia, Tunisia, South Africa, Rwanda, Taiwan, Algeria and former Yugoslavia. The event opens dialogue between scholars working on authoritarian systems and democratic transitions in the fields of literary studies, history, philosophy and law. The colloquium features the Syrian writer Zakaria Tamer. Sponsored by St John’s College; GDRI Literature and Democracy (19th-21st centuries); Maison Française Oxford; DEMOCRACY (Casa de Velázquez, Madrid) and Oxford Comparative Criticism and Translation. Conveners: Mohamed-Salah Omri (St John’s College, Oxford); Philippe Roussin (HESS, Paris); Agnès Delage (Aix-Marseille)

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Procès, fiction, document: La reconstruction de la littérature en Europe après 1945

This paper explores the relationship between testimony and fiction in the context of transitional justice, by comparing three 1950 European literary works which use the form of interrogation, investigation, and trial.

26 MIN2018 SEP 3
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Procès, fiction, document: La reconstruction de la littérature en Europe après 1945

Dissident Writing, Law and Transitional Justice in Tunisia

The paper explores selected testimonies and memoirs by survivors of state repression in Tunisia, in order to discuss whether their role is to be considered reformist or revolutionary after the liberation of narrative in 2011.

30 MIN2018 SEP 3
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Dissident Writing, Law and Transitional Justice in Tunisia

Voices of Suffering: The Incorporation of Victim Testimony in Judgements of the ICTY

This paper examines the use of victim testimony by the UN International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, discussing the role of ‘humanitarian narratives’ in our understanding of the wars of Yugoslav succession.

23 MIN2018 SEP 3
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Voices of Suffering: The Incorporation of Victim Testimony in Judgements of the ICTY

Literature and Transitional Justice After the Rwandan Genocide: Veronique Tadjo’s The Shadow of Imama

This paper discusses the problems of literary memorialization and quest for truth in the aftermath of the Rwandan genocide as addressed by Veronique Tadjo’s The Shadow of Imana.

29 MIN2018 SEP 3
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Literature and Transitional Justice After the Rwandan Genocide: Veronique Tadjo’s The Shadow of Imama

Victims’ Narratives in the Colombian Peace Process

This paper analyses how victims’ voices were heard during the peace negotiations and in the implementation of the 2016 peace accord between the FARC guerrilla and the Colombian government.

27 MIN2018 SEP 3
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Victims’ Narratives in the Colombian Peace Process

The Irreverence of Bones: Reclaiming Trashed Lives in the Aftermath of Violence in Adios Ayacucho (1984) and Insensatez (2004)

By analysing two Latin American fictional narratives, this paper explores the metaphors of humanity as waste and memory as cleansing in the context of transitional justice.

27 MIN2018 SEP 3
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The Irreverence of Bones: Reclaiming Trashed Lives in the Aftermath of Violence in Adios Ayacucho (1984) and Insensatez (2004)

Alternative Account, Mourning Family and Transformation into Life: Three Contemporary Artworks related to the Event of 28 February 1947 in Taiwan

The paper discusses three contemporary Taiwanese artworks related to the tragic events of 28 February in Taiwan, presenting their emphasis on victims as crucial in understanding the process of transitional justice.

50 MIN2018 SEP 3
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Alternative Account, Mourning Family and Transformation into Life: Three Contemporary Artworks related to the Event of 28 February 1947 in Taiwan

Une démocratie sans justice transitionnelle: refoulement, silence et oubli dans le pacte de dénégation de l’Espagne de la transition

This paper is a study of transitional justice in Spain after the Francoist dictatorship, a process of reconciliation based on the denial of the regime’s genocidal violence.

29 MIN2018 SEP 3
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Une démocratie sans justice transitionnelle: refoulement, silence et oubli dans le pacte de dénégation de l’Espagne de la transition

Tolérance et justice dans le monde arabe, hier et aujourd’hui

The paper discusses the concept of tolerance in Arabic philosophy, literature and religion, foregrounding this value as an important objective of transitional justice in the Arab world.

28 MIN2018 SEP 3
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Tolérance et justice dans le monde arabe, hier et aujourd’hui

Literacy and Democracy: Transitional Justice in South Africa

The paper explores the work of several intellectuals reflecting on South Africa’s transition to democracy, considering how the question of literacy precedes any discussion about literature and democracy.

33 MIN2018 SEP 3
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Literacy and Democracy: Transitional Justice in South Africa
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Latest Episodes

Procès, fiction, document: La reconstruction de la littérature en Europe après 1945

This paper explores the relationship between testimony and fiction in the context of transitional justice, by comparing three 1950 European literary works which use the form of interrogation, investigation, and trial.

26 MIN2018 SEP 3
Comments
Procès, fiction, document: La reconstruction de la littérature en Europe après 1945

Dissident Writing, Law and Transitional Justice in Tunisia

The paper explores selected testimonies and memoirs by survivors of state repression in Tunisia, in order to discuss whether their role is to be considered reformist or revolutionary after the liberation of narrative in 2011.

30 MIN2018 SEP 3
Comments
Dissident Writing, Law and Transitional Justice in Tunisia

Voices of Suffering: The Incorporation of Victim Testimony in Judgements of the ICTY

This paper examines the use of victim testimony by the UN International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, discussing the role of ‘humanitarian narratives’ in our understanding of the wars of Yugoslav succession.

23 MIN2018 SEP 3
Comments
Voices of Suffering: The Incorporation of Victim Testimony in Judgements of the ICTY

Literature and Transitional Justice After the Rwandan Genocide: Veronique Tadjo’s The Shadow of Imama

This paper discusses the problems of literary memorialization and quest for truth in the aftermath of the Rwandan genocide as addressed by Veronique Tadjo’s The Shadow of Imana.

29 MIN2018 SEP 3
Comments
Literature and Transitional Justice After the Rwandan Genocide: Veronique Tadjo’s The Shadow of Imama

Victims’ Narratives in the Colombian Peace Process

This paper analyses how victims’ voices were heard during the peace negotiations and in the implementation of the 2016 peace accord between the FARC guerrilla and the Colombian government.

27 MIN2018 SEP 3
Comments
Victims’ Narratives in the Colombian Peace Process

The Irreverence of Bones: Reclaiming Trashed Lives in the Aftermath of Violence in Adios Ayacucho (1984) and Insensatez (2004)

By analysing two Latin American fictional narratives, this paper explores the metaphors of humanity as waste and memory as cleansing in the context of transitional justice.

27 MIN2018 SEP 3
Comments
The Irreverence of Bones: Reclaiming Trashed Lives in the Aftermath of Violence in Adios Ayacucho (1984) and Insensatez (2004)

Alternative Account, Mourning Family and Transformation into Life: Three Contemporary Artworks related to the Event of 28 February 1947 in Taiwan

The paper discusses three contemporary Taiwanese artworks related to the tragic events of 28 February in Taiwan, presenting their emphasis on victims as crucial in understanding the process of transitional justice.

50 MIN2018 SEP 3
Comments
Alternative Account, Mourning Family and Transformation into Life: Three Contemporary Artworks related to the Event of 28 February 1947 in Taiwan

Une démocratie sans justice transitionnelle: refoulement, silence et oubli dans le pacte de dénégation de l’Espagne de la transition

This paper is a study of transitional justice in Spain after the Francoist dictatorship, a process of reconciliation based on the denial of the regime’s genocidal violence.

29 MIN2018 SEP 3
Comments
Une démocratie sans justice transitionnelle: refoulement, silence et oubli dans le pacte de dénégation de l’Espagne de la transition

Tolérance et justice dans le monde arabe, hier et aujourd’hui

The paper discusses the concept of tolerance in Arabic philosophy, literature and religion, foregrounding this value as an important objective of transitional justice in the Arab world.

28 MIN2018 SEP 3
Comments
Tolérance et justice dans le monde arabe, hier et aujourd’hui

Literacy and Democracy: Transitional Justice in South Africa

The paper explores the work of several intellectuals reflecting on South Africa’s transition to democracy, considering how the question of literacy precedes any discussion about literature and democracy.

33 MIN2018 SEP 3
Comments
Literacy and Democracy: Transitional Justice in South Africa
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