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 Ambrosi, A.

Libertà di pensiero e manifestazioni di opinioni razziste e xenofobe

Quad. Cost., 2008, 519 ss.

 

Andrews, P.E.

Reparations for Apartheid’s Victims:The Path to Reconciliation?

53 DePaul Law Review (2003-2004), p. 1155 ss.

 

Arakawa, M.

A New Forum for Comfort Women: Fighting Japan in United States Federal Courts

16 Berkeley Women’s Law Journal  (2001), p. 174 ss.

 

Asmal, K.

Truth, Reconciliation and Justice: The South African Experience in Perspective

63 Modern Law Review (2000), 1, p. 1 ss.

 

Baade, H.W.

Hoggan’s History – A West German Case Study in the Judicial Evaluation of History

16 American Journal of Comparative Law (1968), p. 391 ss.

 

Bazyler, M.J.

Nuremberg in America: Litigating the Holocaust in United States Courts

34 University of Richmond Law Review (2000), p. 4 ss.
 

Bazyler, Alford,

Holocaust Restitution, Perspective on the Litigation and its Legacy,

New York 2006

 

Betta, E. – Romanelli, R. (a cura di)

Storia, verità, diritto

Contemporanea, 2009, 1, p. 105 ss.

 

Bevilacqua, P.

La storia tra “verità discutibili” e mercato delle notizoe

www.giornaledistoria.net (2009)

 

Bhargava, A.

Defining Political Crimes: A Case Study of the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission

102 Columbia Law Review (2002), p. 1304 ss.

 

Bickford, L.

Unofficial Truth Projects

29 Human Rights Quarterly (2007), p.994 ss.

 

Bradford, W.C.

Beyond Reparations: An American Indian Theory of justice

66 Ohio State Law Journal (2005), p. 1 ss.

 

Brophy, A.L.

The World of Reparations: Slavery Reparations in Historical Perspective

3 Journal of Law in Society (2002), p. 105 ss.

 

Brophy, A.L.

Reparation Models

22 Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice (2003), p. 71 ss.

 

Brophy, A.L.

The Cultural War Over Reparations for Slavery

53 DePaul Law Review (2003-2004), p. 1181 ss.

 

Brophy, A.L.

Some Conceptual and Legal Problems in Reparations for Slavery

58 New York University Annual Review of American Law (2001-2003), p. 497 ss.

 

Brophy, A.L.

Realistic reparations

1 Freedom Center Journal (2008), pp. 1 ss.

 

Brudholm, T. – Rosoux, V.

Unforgiving. Reflections on the resistance to forgiveness after atrocity

72 Law & Contemporary Problems (2009), p. 33 ss.

 

Burrows, D.

The debate over the current reparations movement

Critical Studies, 2009, p. 99 ss.

 

Buti A.,

The Stolen Generation and Litigation Revisited

32 Melbourne University Law Review (2008), p. 382 ss.

 

Campbell C. – Turner, C.

Utopia and the doubters: truth, transition and the law

28 Legal Studies (2008), 3, p. 374 ss.

 

Campell, C.

The spectre returns: conflicted democracies, truth commissions and the law

Web Journal of Currente Legal Issues, 2010

 

Cartier, E.

Histoire et droit: rivalité ou complémentarité?

Revue française de droit constitutionnel, 2006, 3, p. 509 ss.

 

Castellano, C.

Gli archivi, la storia, l’elaborazione. Rappresentazioni del passato nella giustizia di transizione tedesca

Quaderni storici, 2008, 2, p. 251 ss.
 

Clapham,

 The Jus Cogens Prohibition of Torture and the Importance of Sovereign  State Immunity,

in Promoting Justice, Human Rights and Conflict Resolution through International Law, Liber amicorum Lucius Caflisch,

 Leiden, 2007, pp. 151-169

 

 

Collins, L.

Reflections on holocaust claims in international law

41 Isr. L. Rev. (2008), p. 403 ss.

 

Cooper-Stephenson, K.

Theoretical Underpinnings for Reparations: A Constitutional Tort perpsective

22 Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice (2003), p. 3 ss.

 

Cosi G.,

Invece di giudicare. Il Sudafrica e la Commissione per la verità e la riconciliazione

Studi Senesi, 2006, 1, p. 7 ss.

 

Curran, V. G.

Globalization, Legal Transnationalization and Crimes Against the Humanity: the Lipietz Case

56 American Journal of Comparative Law (2008), p. 363 ss.

 

Curran, V. G.

The Politics of Memory/Erinnerungspolitik and the Use and Propriety of Law in the Process of Memory Construction

University of Pittsburgh School of Law Working Paper Series, 2006, n. 42

 

Dagan, H.

Restitution and Slavery: On Incomplete Commodification, Intergenerational Justice, and Legal Transition

84 Boston University Law Review (2004), p. 1139 ss.


De Sena, De Vittor,

State Immunity and Human Rights: The Italian Supreme Court Decision on the Ferrini Case,

in European Journal of International Law, 2005, 89 e  ss.
 

Di Giovine, A. 

Il passato che non passa: “Eichmann di carta” e repressione penale

Diritto Pubblico Comparato ed europeo2006, I, XIII ss.


Dogliani, P.

Memoria e storia pubblica: Resistenza in Italia e in Francia

Storica, 2006, n. 34 (2006), p. 73 ss.

 

Donini, M.

La gestione penale del passaggio dal fascismo alla democrazia in Italia. Appunti sulla memoria storica e l’elaborazione del passato “mediante il diritto penale”

Materiali per una storia della cultura giuridica, 2009, 1, p. 183

 

Dukes, E.F.

Truth, understanding, and repair

72 Law & Contemporary Problems (2009), p. 57 ss.

 

Edelman, B.

L’office du juge et l’histoire

Droit et société, 38, 1998, p. 47 ss.

 

Epstein, R.A.

The Case Against Black Reparations

84 Boston University Law Review (2004), p. 1177 ss.

 

Evans, R.J.

History, Memory, and the Law: The Historian as Expert Witness

41 History and Theory (2002), 3, p. 326 ss.
 
 

Fish, S.

Holocaust Denial and Academic Freedom

35 Valparaiso University Law Review (2000-2001), p. 499

 

Focarelli,

Diniego dell’ immunità alla Geramnia per crimini internazionali: la suprema Corte si fonda su valutazioni « qualitative »,

 in Rivista di dirtto internazionale, 2009, pp. 363-410
 

Fraisseix, P.

Le droit mémoriel

Revue française de droit constitutionnel, 2006

 

Fronza, E.

Profili penalistici del negazionismo

RIDPP, 1999, 3, p. 1034 ss.

 

Fronza, E.

Il reato di negazionismo e la protezione penale della memoria

Ragion pratica, n. 30, 2008, p. 27 ss.


 

Fronza, E.

The Punishment of Negationism: the Difficult Dialogue between Law and Memory

30 Vt. L. Rev. (2006) 609 ss.

 

Garibian, S.

Taking Denial Seriously: Genocide Denial and Freedom of Speech in the French Law

9 Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution (2008), p. 479

 

Gianelli, Crimini internazionali ed immunità degli Stati dalla giurisdizione nella sentenza Ferrini,

in Rivista di diritto internazionale, 2004,  pp. 643-684

 

Gibson, J. L.

On legitimacy theory and the effectiveness of truth commissions

72 Law & Contemporary Problems (2009), p. 123 ss.

 

Goldstone, R.J.

On History and Reconciliation

Institute for Historical justice and Reconciliation Occasional Paper 1/2005
 

Gray,

A No Excuse Approach to Transitional Justice: Reparations as Tools of Extraordinary Justice,

in Washington University Law Review, vol. 87, 2010,  pp. 1043-1103.

 

Greengerg, J.

Reparations: politically inconceivable

29 Thomas Jefferson Law Review (2006-2007), p. 157 ss.

 

Greene, K.J.

“Copynorms”, black cultural production, and the debate over African-American reparations

25 Cardozo Arts & Entertainment (2008), 3, p. 1179 ss.

 

Groppi, T.

Sudafrica: la riconciliazione attraverso il diritto

Quaderni costituzionali, 2003, 3, p. 157 ss.

 

Grüning, B.

Memoria e riconoscimento: il caso della Germania orientale

Rassegna italiana di sociologia, 2006, 4, p. 616 ss.

 

Hackney, J.R.

Ideological Conflict, African American Reparations, Tort causation and the Case for Social Welfare Transformation

84 Boston University Law Review (2004), p. 1193 ss.

 

Hadelmann, F.

Another Kind of Justice: Transitional Justice as Recognition

41 Cornell International Law Journal (2008), p. 675 ss.

 

Hamber, B. – Wilson, R.

Symbolic closure through memory, reparation and revenge in post-conflict society

1 Journal of Human Rights (2002), 1

 

Havel, B.F.

In Search of A Theory of Public Memory: The State, the Individual, and Marcel Proust

80 Indiana Law Journal (2005), p. 605 ss.

 

Herstein, O.J.

Historic Injustice, Group Membership and Harm to Individuals: Defending Claims for Historic Injustice from the Non-Identity Problem

25 Harvard Blackletter Law Journal (2009), p. 229 ss.

 

Hom, S.K. – Yamamoto, E.K.

Collective Memory, History, and Social justice

47 UCLA Law Review (2000), p. 1747 ss.

 

Husson, E.

Histoire et mémoire du passé nazi en République Fédérale d’Allemagne

Histoire@Politique. Politique, culture, société, N°2, septembre-octobre 2007, (www.histoire-politique.fr)

 

Hylton, K.N.

Slavery and Tort Law

84 Boston University Law Review (2004), p. 1209 ss.

 

Josephs, H.K.

The Remedy of Apology in Comparative and International Law: Self-Healing and Reconciliation

18 Emory International Law Review (2004), p. 54

 

Keene, J.

Turning Memories into History in the Spanish Year of Historical Memory

Journal of Contemporary History, 2007, p. 661 ss.

 

Klimchuk, D.

Unjust Enrichment and Reparations for Slavery

84 Boston University Law Review (2004), p. 1257 ss.

 

Knechtle, J.C.

Holocaust denial and the concept of dignity in the European Union

36 Florida State University Law Review (2008), p. 41 ss.

 

Laplante, L.J.

On the Indivisibility of rights: Truth Commissions, Reparations, and the Right to Development

10 Yale Human Rights & Development Law Journal (2007), p. 141

 

Le Crom, J.-P.

Juger l’histoire

Droit et société, 38, 1998, p. 33 ss.

 

Levine, D.I.

Reparations for Slavery: A Structure for Discussion and Consideration of U.S. Litigation Alternatives

22 Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice (2003), p. 145 ss.

 

Levmore, S.

Privatizing Reparations

84 Boston University Law Review (2004), p. 1291 ss.

 

Levy, J.

Slavery disclosure laws: for financial reparations or for “telling the truth”?

Columbia Business Law Rewiew, 2009, p. 468 ss.

 

Logue, K.D.

Reparations as Redistribution

84 Boston University Law Review (2004), p. 1319 ss.

 

Ludi, R.

The Vectors of Postwar Victim Reparations: Relief, Redress and Memory Politics

41 Journal of Contemporary History (2006), p. 421 ss.

 

Lundy, P.

Can the past be policed? Lesson from the Historical Enquiries Team Northern Ireland

11 Journal of Law and Social Challenges (2009), p. 109 s.

 

Luther, J.

L’antinegazionismo nell’esperienza giuridica tedesca e comparata

Polis Working paper n. 121, 2008

 

Lyons, D.

Corrective Justice, Equal Opportunity, and the Legacy of Slawery and Jim Crow

84 Boston University Law Review (2004), p. 1139 ss.

 

Macaya, A.

Un passé qui ne passe pas:les enjeux juridiques de la “mémoire historique” en France et en Espagne

Jurisdoctoria, 2009, 3, p. 65 ss.

 

Marrus, M.R.

Official Apologies and the Quest for Historical Justice

Munk Centre for International Studies, University of Toronto, Occasional Paper 3/2006

 

Martin, J.-C.

La démarche historique face à la vérité judiciaire. Juges et historiens

Droit et société, 38, 1998, p. 13 ss.

 

Martin, J.D.

Historians at the Gate: Accomodating Expert Historical Testimony in Federal Courts

78 New York Law Review (2003), p. 1518

 

Masseret, O.

La reconnaissance par le Parlement français du génocide arménien du 1915

Vingtième Siècle. Revue d’histoire, 2002, p. 139 ss.

 

Mathieu, B.

L’abandon des lois mémorielles

Recueil Dalloz, 11 décembre 2008, n. 48, p. 3064 ss.
 

Mc Carthy,

Reparations under Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court and Reparative Justice Theory,

in The International Journal of Transitional Justice, vol 3, 2009, 250-271.

 

McNamara, L.

History, Memory and Judgement: Holocaust Denial, The History Wars and Law’s Problems with the Past

26 Sidney Law Review (2004), p. 353 ss.

 

Melton, B.F.

Clio at the Bar: A Guide to Historical Method for Legists and Jursists

83 Minnesota Law Review (1998), p. 377 ss.

 

Milhat, C.

La répresentation juridique de la mémoire. L’exemple français

Revue juridique Themis, 2009, p. 51 ss.

 

Modugno, F.

L’affare Garaudy di fronte alla Corte di Strasburgo. Verità storica, principio di neutralità etica e e protezione dei “miti fondatori” del regime democratico

Giurisprudenza italiana, 2005, pp. 2243 ss.
 

Muir Watt.,

Privatisation du Contentieux des Droits de l’ Homme et Vocation Universelle du Juge Americain: Réflexions a partir des actions en Justice des victims de l’ Holocauste devant les Tribunaux  des Etats-Unis,

 in Révue Internationale de Droit Comparé, 2003, pp. 883-901

 

Mulvihill, D.

Irving v. Penguin: Historians on Trial and the Determination of Truth under English Libel Law

11 Fordham Intellectual Property Media & Entertainment Law Journal (2000-2001), p. 217

 

Neuborne, B.

Preliminary Reflections on Aspects of Holocaust-Era Litigation in American Courts

80 Washington University Law Quarterly (2002), p. 795

 

Neuborne, B.

Holocaust Reparations Litigation: Lesson for the Slavery Reparations Movement

58 New York University Annual Review of American Law (2001-2003), p. 615 ss.

 

Nocetti, D.

The Biasing Effects of Memory Distortion on the Proces of Legal Decision-Making

4 Review of Law and Economics (2008), p. 319 ss.

 

Ogletree, C.J.

The Current Reparations Debate

36 University of California Davis Law Review (2002-2003), p. 1051

 

Pech, L.

The Law of Holocaust Denial in Europe: Towards a (qualified) EU-Wide Criminal Prohibition

Jean Monnet Working Paper 10/2009

 

Posner, E. – Vermeule, A.

Reparations for Slavery and Other Historical Injustices

103 Columbia Law Review (2003), pp. 689 ss.

 

Pratt Miles, J.

Examining the Applicability of the Concepts of Apology, Forgiveness and Reconciliation to Multi-Stakeholders, Collaborative Problem-Solving Processes             

72 Law & Contemporary Problems (2009), p. 193 ss.

 

Pugiotto, A.

Quando (e perché) la memoria si fa legge

Quaderni costituzionali, 2009, 1, p. 7 ss.
 
 

Ranki, V.

Holocaust History and the Law: Recent Trials Emerging Theories

9 Cardozo Studies of Law & Literature (1997), p. 15 ss.

 

Rioux, J.-P.

Devoir de mémoire, devor d’intelligence

Vingtième Siècle. Revue d’histoire, 2002, p. 157 ss.

 

Rosatelli, J.

Spagna: un passato che non deve passare?

Ragion pratica 33, Dicembre 2009, p. 579 ss.


Rosenfeld, M. 

Hate Speech in Costitutional Jurisprudence

Cardozo L.J. (2002-2003),pp. 1523 ss.

 

Rosner, D.

Trials and Tribulations: What Happens When Historians Enter the Courtroom

72 Law & Contemporary Problems (2009), pp. 137 ss.

 

Roth Arriaza,

Reparations Decisions and Dilemmas,

in Hastings International and Comparative Law Review, 2004,  pp. 157 e ss.

 

Rousso, H.

Les dilemmes d’une mémoire européenne

Zeithistorische Forschungen/Studies in Contemporary History, Online-Ausgabe, 1 (2004), H. 3. (http://www.zeithistorische-forschungen.de/16126041-Rousso-3-2004)

 

Rozenberg, D.

Mémoire, justice et... raison d’Etat dans la construction de l’Espagne démocratique

Histoire@Politique. Politique, culture, société, N°2, septembre-octobre 2007, (www.histoire-politique.fr)

 

Sarat, A.

When Memory Speaks: Remembrance and Revenge in Unforgiven

77 Indiana Law Journal (2002), p. 307 ss.

 

Savelberg, J.J. – King, R.D.

Law and Collective Memory

Annual Review of Law and Social Science, 2007, 3, p. 189 ss.

 

Schedler, G.

Responsibility for and Estimation of the Damages of American Slavery

33 University of Memphis Law Review (2002-2003), p. 307

 

Sebok, A.J.

Two Concept of Injustice in Restitution for Slavery

84 Boston University Law Review (2004), p. 1405 ss.

 

Sepinwall, A.J.

Responsibility for Historical Injustices: The Case for Reparations

22 Journal of Law & Politics (2006), p. 183
 

Shelton, The World of Atonement: Reparations for Historical Injustices,

in Netherlands International Law Review, 2003, pp. 289-325

 

Sherwin, E.

Reparations and Injust Enrichment

84 Boston University Law Review (2004), p. 1443 ss.

 

Stein, E.

History Against free Speech: The New German Law Against the “Auschwitz” – and other – “Lies”

85 Michigan Law Review (1986-1987), p. 277 ss.

 

Streich, G.W.

Is There a Right toi Forget? Historical Injustices, Race, Memory, and Identity

24 New Political Science (2002), p.525 ss.

 

Sunstein, C.

The Idea of a Usable Past

95 Columbia Law Review (1995), p. 601

 

Teachout, P.R.

Making “Holocaust Denial” a Crime: Reflections on European Anti-Negationist Laws from the perspective of U.S. Constitutional Experience

30 Vermont Law Review (2005-2006), p. 655

 

Thomas, Y.

La vérité, le temps, le juge et l’historien

Le Débat, 102 (1998), p. 17 ss.
 

Thompson,  Taking Responsibility  for the past,  Reparation and historical injustice, 

Cambridge 2002

 

Tomuschat,  Reparation in Favour of Individual Victims of Gross Violations of Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law,

in Promoting Justice, Human Rights and Conflict Resolution through International Law, Liber amicorum Lucius Caflisch,  Leiden, 2007, 569-590

 

Tonini, C.

L’Istituto polacco della memoria nazionale dai crimini “contro” la naziona polacca ai crimini “della” nazione polacca

Quaderni Storici, 2008, 2, p. 385 ss.

 

Troper, M.

Droit et négationnisme

Les Annales, 1999, 6, pp. 1239 ss.

 

Waterhouse, C.

Fellow the yellow brick road: perusing the path to constitutional permissible reparations for slavery and Jom Crow era governmental discrimination

62 Rutgers Law Review (2009), pp. 163 ss.

 

Weaver, R.L. – Delpierre, N. – Boissier, L.

Holocaust Denial and Governmentally Declared “Truth”: Frenach and American Perspectives

41 Texas Tech Law Review (2009-2009), pp. 497 ss.

 

Whine, M.

Holocaust denial in the United Kingdom

in: Brinks, J.H. – Rock, S. – Timms, E., National Myths and Modern Media. Contested Identities in the Age of Globalisation

London-New York, MacMillan, 2005

 

Wieviorka, A.

Justice, histoire et mémoire. De Nuremberg à Jérusalem

Droit e Société, 1998, 38, p. 59 ss.

 

Williams, J.E.

Legitimacy and Effectiveness of a Grassroots Truth and Reconciliation Commission

72 Law & Contemporary Problems (2009), p. 143 ss.

 

Winter, J.

Historians and the politics of memory

Histoire@Politique. Politique, culture, société, N°2, septembre-octobre 2007, (www.histoire-politique.fr)

 

Yamamoto, E.K.

Beyond Redress: Japanese Americans’ Unfinished Business

7 Asian Law Journal (2000), p. 131

 

Yamamoto, E.K. – Yun Kim, S.H. – Holden, A.M.

American Reparations Theory and Practice at the Crossroads

44 California Western Law Review (2007), pp. 1 ss.

 

Zelner, L.

Reparations and retributions. Are they conciliable?

Modern Law Review, 1994, 2, pp. 228 ss.

 

Zeno-Zencovich, V.

Il giudizio dello storico e la storia attraverso il giudizio. A margine dell’ennesima decisione sulla strage delle fosse ardeatine, Nuova giurisprudenza civile commentata, 2008, 2, p. 34 ss.


 

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