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Legal Frames of Memory: Transitional Justice in Central and Eastern Europe

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Dr Agata Fijalkowski - Participant

27/11/201329/11/2013

'Legal frames of memory: the Albanian Experience'
This paper considers a specific legal frame of memory from the early years of the Albanian dictatorship. The frame is filled by a photograph of Musine Kokkalari from her 1946 trial. I analyse her image with a view to identifying key historical, legal and political narratives that underpin contemporary efforts made by Albanian authorities to address mass human rights violations committed during the Enver Hoxha dictatorship (1945-1981). The way in which a post-dictatorial regime addresses past injustices is normally addressed in the field of transitional justice, but the key to unlocking my image is not confined to one area of legal scholarship.

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EventConference
TitleLegal Frames of Memory: Transitional Justice in Central and Eastern Europe
Date27/11/1329/11/13
CountryPoland
CityWarsaw