Prof. Mastrapa contributes to the Encyclopedia of Transitional Justice
Posted: Thursday, January 24, 2013
The field of Transitional Justice, which deals with various efforts to right the wrongs of formerly non-democratic regimes, has increased in importance and visibility with regime changes and successions in Latin America, Europe and Arab regions.
The newly published Encyclopedia of Transitional Justice, co-edited by Dr. Lavinia Stan and Dr. Nadya Nedelsky, is a comprehensive three-volume reference work encompassing 287 entries by 166 scholars and practitioners. Tania C. Mastrapa, Research Professor in Cuban and Latin American Studies at The Institute of World Politics, contributed two entries, "Cuba" and "Cuba Archive," to this important project.
Encyclopedia of Transitional Justice (3 Volume Hardback Set)
Edited by Lavinia Stan and Nadya Nedelsky
Hardback (3 Volumes) ISBN 9780521196277
Copyright © 2013 Cambridge University Press
Cambridge book website: http://www.cambridge.org/us/knowledge/isbn/item6852576/?site_locale=en_US
Selection: Contributions entitled "Cuba Archive" and "Cuba" by Tania Mastrapa