(Oral) History | Memory Studies | Transitional Justice
Nicole Immler is the principal investigator of the ‘Dialogics of Justice’ project. She will synthesize the findings of the dissimilar cases of (historical) injustice studied from a dialogical approach, developing a more profound understanding of the role of the social and institutional dimension in recognition and repair questions.
Transitional Justice | Narratives Studies | History
Niké Wentholt works as postdoc researcher in the Dialogics of Justice project. She will synthesize the legal groundings of all cases studied by writing a socio-legal analysis, which will further socio-legal approaches to justice and recognition and be developed into a toolkit.
Conflict Studies | Anthropology
Marrit Woudwijk studies the case of the army. Her research investigates civilian harm in military interventions and justice practices in its aftermath.
Criminology | Victimology | Psychology
Naomi Ormskerk studies the case of the Catholic Church. She is particularly interested in how family narratives on justice measures are established following historical (sexual) abuse perpetrated by clergy.
Economic and Social History | Transitional Justice | Dialogic practices
Obiozo Ukpabi examines claims for justice brought against oil and gas company Shell by (former) residents of the Niger Delta.
International Law | Philosophy of Law
Luna Bonvie works as a research and project assistant at the Dialogics of Justice project.