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  • 811. Publications & Writing

    Transitional Justice and Peacebuilding on the Ground: Victimes and ex-combatants

    Book edited by 2013 DPDF Faculty Competition Fellow Chandra Sriram: This book seeks to refine our understanding of transitional justice and peacebuilding, and long-term security and reintegration challenges after violent conflicts. As recent events following political change duri…

    Contributors Chandra Lekha Sriram (Editor), Chandra Lekha Sriram (Editor) Publisher Routledge, 2013

  • 812. Publications & Writing

    Transnational Migration Studies: Past Developments and Future Trends

    This paper provides an overview of current research and future trends on transnational migration. Most scholars now recognize that many contemporary migrants and their predecessors maintain various kinds of ties to their homelands at the same time that they are incorporated into…

    Contributors Levitt, Peggy, Jaworsky, B. Nadya Read online Download PDF

  • 813. Publications & Writing

    Transnational governance and the re-centered state: Sustainability or legality?

    Journal article written by 2012 DPDF Governing Global Production codirector Tim Bartley in Regulation & Governance. After two decades in which transnational governance of production processes has typically meant voluntary subscription to privately developed standards, some transn…

    Publisher John Wiley & Sons, 2014

  • 814. Publications & Writing

    Transpacific Field of Dreams: How Baseball Linked the United States and Japan in Peace and War

    Publisher University of North Carolina Press, 2012

  • 815. Publications & Writing

    Trial Justice: The International Criminal Court and the Lord’s Resistance Army

    The International Criminal Court (ICC) has run into problems with its first big case—the situation in northern Uganda. The ICC has confronted outright hostility from traditional leaders, representatives of the Christian Churches, non-governmental organizations, and the Ugandan…

    Author Allen, Tim Publisher Zed Books, 2006 Read online Download PDF

  • 816. Publications & Writing

    Tributes to Charles Tilly Essay Forum

    Only a few weeks before his death on April 29, 2008, Charles Tilly had received the SSRC’s Albert O. Hirschman Prize in recognition of his extensive career spanning the social sciences. He expressed his admiration for Albert Hirschman upon learning of the decision, and was look…

    Contributors Aminzade, Ronald (Contributor), Auyero, Javier (Contributor), Calhoun, Craig (Contributor), Hanagan, Michael P (Contributor), McAdam, Doug (Contributor), Merriman, John M (Contributor), Scott, Joan Wallach (Contributor), Tarrow, Sidney (Contributor), Zelizer, Viviana (Contributor) Publisher Social Science Research Council, 2008

  • 817. Publications & Writing

    Tropical Mix: Afro-Latino Space and Notch's Reggaetón

    DPDF 2007 Black Atlantic Studies Fellow Petra Rivera examines how reggaeton artist Notch incorporates oratorical, visual, and musical cues in his music video, “Que te pica,” to establish connections between Latino and Caribbean communities in the United States that typically…

    Author Rivera, Petra R. Publisher Routledge, 2011

  • 818. Publications & Writing

    Turnabout Is Fair Play

    Author Sigal, Leon Read online Download PDF

  • 819. Publications & Writing

    Two Bits: The Cultural Significance of Free Software

    Free Software is a set of practices dedicated to the collaborative creation of software source code that is made freely available through an unconventional use of copyright law. In Two Bits, 1999 IDRF Fellow Kelty draws upon ethnographic research conducted in a variety of venuesâ…

    Author Kelty, Christopher Publisher Duke University Press, 2008

  • 820. Publications & Writing

    Two People Can’t Share the Same Pair of Shoes: Citizenship, Land and the Return of Refugees to Burundi

    This paper tracks the experience of refugees returning to southern Burundi and re-asserting their citizenship. Most have been living in exile in Tanzania – some since the early 1990s, and others since 1972. Some were born in exile and have never been to Burundi before. Others l…

    Author International Refugee Rights Initiative Read online Download PDF