Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2007.
x, 342 pages ; 25 cm
Formatted Contents Note
Why is indigeneity important? Acknowledging the past to heal the future: the role of reparations for native nations Coming to terms with the past in Australia Transgenerational justice-compensatory versus interpretative approaches Reconsidering the case for black reparations Further trouble for unsettled waters: attention to gender in the debate on black reparations Justice and reparations Countering the wrongs of the past: the role of compensation Justice and reparations in world politics How should we respond to the cultural injustices of colonialism? Reparations as symbol: narratives of resistance, reticence, and possibility in South Africa Colonialism, reparations, and global justice Conclusion: essential elements of healing after massive trauma: some theory, victims' voices, and international developments.
"Most of the chapters in this volume were originally presented at the conference 'Reparations: An Interdisciplinary Examination of Some Philosophical Issues', held at Queen's University in February 2004"--Pref.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages -337) and index.