General introduction /Liora Israël and Guillaume Mouralis "Épuration" : history of a word /Alya Aglan and Emmanuelle Loyer Humanity seized by international criminal justice /Sara Liwerant Dealing with collaboration in Belgium after the Second World War : from activism to collaboration and incivism /Dirk Luyten Transitional justice as universal narrative /Jon Elster The invention of "transitional justice" in the 1990s /Guillaume Mouralis "Transitional justice" and national "mastering of the past" : criminal justice and liberalization processes in West Germany after 1945 /Annette Weinke Poor little Belgium? : Belgian trials of German war criminals, 1944-1951 /Pieter Lagrou From revolution to restoration : transnational implications of the Greek purge of wartime collaborators /Dimitris Kousouris The defense in the dock : professional purges of French lawyers after the Second World War /Liora Israël Law and the Soviet purge : domestic renewal and international convergences /Vanessa Voisin Circulation of models of épuration after the Second World War : from France to Italy /Valeria Galimi Reassessing the boundaries of transitional justice : an inquiry on political transitions, armed conflicts, and human rights violations /David Restrepo Amariles The emergence of transitional justice as a professional international practice /Sandrine Lefranc and Frédéric Vairel The uncertain place of purge within transnational justice, and the limitations of international law in the world's response to mass atrocity /Mark Osiel.
"The origin of this essay collection can be traced back to the workshop entitled "Transitions, épurations, sorties de guerre. Retour sur les concepts et led catégories d'analyses," which was held in Paris, May 28-29, 2008"--Page v.
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