Local Memory Practices in East Timor: Disrupting Transitional Justice Narratives
Transitional justice discourse is underpinned by an assumption that trials and truth commissions will assist individuals and societies to 'come to terms' with, and move on from, complex legacies of violence. This article considers how local practices of m
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