Historical Justice in International Perspective

How Societies are Trying to Right the Wrongs of the Past

 

March 27-29, 2003
Conference at the GHI
[Bulletin 33, Fall 2003, pp. 92-98]

Conveners: Manfred Berg, Free University of Berlin; Christian Ostermann, Woodrow Wilson Center; Bernd Schäfer, GHI

Participants: Bain Attwood, Australian National University, Canberra; Brigitte Boenisch-Brednich, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand; Aurélie Campana, Robert Schumann University, Strasbourg; Svend Aage Christensen, Danish Institute for International Studies, Copenhagen; Astrid M. Eckert, GHI; Julie Fette, University of Maryland; Frank Furedi, University of Kent at Canterbury; Steve Heder, School of Oriental and African Studies; Norman J.W. Goda, Ohio University, Athens; Andreas Hilger, University of Hamburg; Constantin Goschler, Humboldt University of Berlin; Richard Hill, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand; Claudia B. Haake, University of Western Ontario, London; Hope M. Harrison, George Washington University; Sander Lee, Keene State College; Bronwyn Leebaw, University of California at Riverside; Lisa Magarrell, Institute for Transitional Justice, New York; Rachel A. May, University of Washington, Takoma; Christof Mauch, GHI; A. James McAdams, University of Notre Dame; Nancy Meyers, Woodrow Wilson Center; Trudy Huskamp Peterson, Woodrow Wilson Center; Karen Riechert, Washington, D.C.; John David Smith, North Carolina State University, Raleigh; Philippa Strum, Woodrow Wilson Center; Jakob Tanner, University of Zurich; David Thelen, University of Indiana at Bloomington; John Torpey, University of British Columbia, Vancouver; Andrew Valls, Morehouse College; Angelika von Wahl, San Francisco State University; Robert G. Waite, U.S. Department of Justice; Bernd Weisbrod, University of Göttingen