Political Complicity Article Goes Live

In case you’re burning with curiosity about the behavior of Argentina’s major Jewish political group during the country’s last dictatorship or craving a reflection on the ways in which the work of German philosopher Karl Jaspers could point us toward a more nuanced approach to the fine gradations of responsibility that define totalitarian social transformation — the final refereed version of the article I’ve spent much of the past two years working on has finally gone up on the International Journal of Transitional Justice’s website. For those wonky, nerdy, or bored enough to be interested, a full HTML version of the article can be found at this address and a pdf can be downloaded from this one. If you do give it a go, let me know what you think!

Full Text:
http://ijtj.oxfordjournals.org/cgi/content/full/ijr021?ijkey=PCy3iKilBnvSJls&keytype=ref

PDF:

http://ijtj.oxfordjournals.
org/cgi/reprint/ijr021?ijkey=PCy3iKilBnvSJls&keytype=ref

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