Literatur zu Peru

Maoisten, Leninisten, Militärs, zivile Selbstverteidigungskomitees – bei kaum einem politisch motivierten Massenmord wirkten so viele unterschiedliche Akteure mit wie bei den bewaffneten Auseinandersetzungen in Peru. Entsprechend differenziert ist auch die wissenschaftliche Literatur zum Thema. Manche Autoren meinen, die übliche Einteilung in Täter und Opfer sei in Peru nicht möglich.

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Literatur zur Aufarbeitung in Peru

Arce, Gerardo Alberto: Armed Forces, Truth Commission and Transitional Justice in Peru. In: Sur: Revista Internacional de Direitos Humanos, 2010, 7, 13, p. 26-51.

Arellano Cruz, Fabiola: Politische Gewalt ausstellen: Nationale Erinnerungsmuseen in Chile und Peru. Bielefeld, 2018.

Balasco, Lauren Marie: The Double Transition of Transitional Justice in Peru: Confronting the Appeal of Iron-Fist Policies. International Journal of Human Rights, 2016, 20, 8, p. 1177-1198.

Baraybar, José Pablo; Blackwell, Rebecca; Kimmerle, Erin H: Where Are They? Missing, Forensics, and Memory. In: Annals of Anthropological Practice, 2014, 38, 1, p. 22-42.

Baraybar, José Pablo; Peña, Jesus; Rojas, Percy: How Transitional Is Justice? Peru’s Post-Conflict Revisited. In: Marcia Esparza, Nina Schneider (Hrsg.): Legacies of State Violence and Transitional Justice in Latin America a Janus-faced Paradigm? Lanham, MD, 2015, S. 109-132.

Bassel, Hala: Acts of Truth Telling and Testimony in the Conceptualisation of Reparations in Post-conflict Peru. In: Global Society: Journal of Interdisciplinary International Relations, 2020, 34, 1, p. 84-98.

Behn, Andreas et al: Wahrheitskommissionen in Lateinamerika. In: Informationsstelle Lateinamerika, 2008, 319, S. 4-35.

Bernardi, Bruno Boti: Transitional Justice and the Inter-American Human Rights System in Peru: The Role of Anti- and Pro-compliance Constituencies. In: In: Par Engstrom (Hrsg.): The Inter-American Human Rights System. Impact Beyond Compliance. Cham, 2019, p. 221-246.

Boesten, Jelke: Free Choice or Poverty Alleviation? Population Politics in Peru under Alberto Fujimori. In: European Review of Latin American & Caribbean Studies, 2007, 82, p. 3-20

Breuer, Martin: "¡Con las Masas y las Armas!": Deutungs- und Handlungsrahmen des Movimiento Revolucionario Túpac Amaru (MRTA) im diskursiven Spannungsfeld Perus 1980-1990. Köln, 2013.

Brown, Matthew; Tucker, Karen: Unconsented Sterilisation, Participatory Story-Telling, and Digital Counter-Memory in Peru. In: Antipode, 2017, 49, 5, p. 1186-1203.

Bueno-Hansen, Pascha: Feminist and Human Rights Struggles in Peru: Decolonizing Transitional Justice. In: Bulletin of Latin American Research, Champaign, IL, 2015.

Bunselmeyer, Elisabeth: Truth, Reparations and Social Cohesion. Transitional Justice. Lessons from Peru. London, 2020.

Burt, J. M.: Guilty as Charged: The Trial of Former Peruvian President Alberto Fujimori for Human Rights Violations. In: International Journal of Transitional Justice. 3, 3, p. 384-405.

Burt, Jo-Marie: Fujimori on Trial. In: NACLA Report on the Americas, 2008, 41,3, p.10 -14.

Caillaux, Jorge; Dumas, Juan; Kakabadse, Yolanda: The Peru and Ecuador Peace Park, One Decade after the Peace Settlement. In: Carl Bruch; Carol Muffett; Sandra S. Nichols (Hrsg.): Governance, Natural Resources, and Post-Conflict Peacebuilding. Abingdon, 2016, p. 817-824.

Cala Buendía, Felipe: Truth in the Time of Fear: Adiós, Ayacucho's Poetics of Memory and the Peruvian Transitional Justice Process. In: International Journal of Transitional Justice, 2012, 6, 2, p. 344-354.

Chávez Wurm, Sebastian: Der Leuchtende Pfad in Peru (1970 - 1993): Erfolgsbedingungen eines revolutionären Projekts. Köln, 2011.

Chavez, Leiry Cornejo: Presidential Pardon of Fujimori: Political Struggles in Peru and the Subsidiary Role of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights. In: International Journal of Transitional Justice, 2019, 13, 2, p. 328-348.

Crisóstomo Meza, Mercedes: Memories between Eras: ANFASEP's Leaders before and after Peru's Internal Armed Conflict. In: Latin American Perspectives, 2019, 46, 5, p. 128-142.

de Waardt, Mijke: Naming and Shaming Victims: The Semantics of Victimhood. In: International Journal of Transitional Justice, 2016, 10, 3, p. 432-450.

de Waardt, Mijke: The Politics of Victimhood at the Grassroots Level: Inclusion and Exclusion Among Peruvian Victim Organisations. In: Roderick Leslie Brett; Vincent Druliolle (Hrsg.): The Politics of Victimhood in Post-conflict Societies Comparative and Analytical Perspectives. Basingstoke, 2018, p. 133-158.

Degregori, Carlos Iván: How difficult it is to be God: Shining Path's Politics of War in Peru, 1980-1999. Madison, WI, 2012.

Duggan, Colleen: Reparations for Sexual and Reproductive Violence: Prospects for Achieving Gender Justice in Guatemala and Peru. In: International Journal of Transitional Justice, 2008, 2, 2, p. 192-213.

Falcón, Sylvanna M.: Intersectionality and the Arts: Counterpublic Memory-Making in Postconflict Peru. In: International Journal of Transitional Justice, 2018, 12, 1, p. 26-44.

Febres, Salomón Lerner: Memory of Violence and Drama in Peru: The Experience of the Truth Commission and Grupo Cultural Yuyachkani – Violence and Dehumanization. In: International Journal of Transitional Justice, 2020, 14, 1, p. 232-241.

Feldman, Joseph P.: Yuyanapaq no entra: Ritual Dimensions of Post‐Transitional Justice in Peru. In: Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 2018, 24, 3, p. 589-606.

Friedman, Rebekka: Competing Memories. Truth and Reconciliation in Sierra Leone and Peru. Cambridge, 2017.

Friedman, Rebekka: Implementing transformative justice: survivors and ex-combatants at the Comisión de la Verdad y Reconciliación in Peru. In: James Hughes, Denisa Kostovicova (Hrsg.): Rethinking Reconciliation and Transitional Justice after Conflict. London, 2019.

Gamarra, Ronald: A Leader Takes Flight. The Indictment of Alberto Fujimori. In: Ellen L. Lutz; Caitlin Reiger: Prosecuting Heads of State. Cambridge, 2009, p. 95-110.

García, María Elena: Feminist and Human Rights Struggles in Peru: Decolonizing Transitional Justice. In: Politics & Gender, 2017, 13, 2, p. 349-353.

García-Godos, Jemima: Victims' Rights and Distributive Justice: In Search of Actors. In: Human Rights Review, 2013, 14,3, p. 241-255.

García-Godos, Jemima; Reátegui, Félix: Peru: Beyond Paradigmatic Cases. In: Cath Collins, Jemima García-Godos, Elin Skaar (Hrsg.): Transitional Justice in Latin America. The Uneven Road from Impunity towards Accountability. London, 2016, p. 227-251.

Gellman, Mneesha: The Politics of Memory: What Future for Transitional Justice? In: Latin American Research Review, 2019, 54, 2, p. 524-531.

González Cueva, Eduardo: The Peruvian Truth and Reconciliation Commission and the Challenge of Impunity. In: Javier Mariezcurrena, Naomi Roht-Arriaza (Hrsg.): Transitional Justice in the Twenty-First Century. Beyond Truth versus Justice. Cambridge, 2012, p. 70-93.

González-Ocantos, Ezequiel: Evaluations of Human Rights Trials and Trust in Judicial Institutions: Evidence from Fujimori's trial in Peru. In: International Journal of Human Rights, 2016, 20, 4, p. 445-470.

Gorriti Ellenbogen, Gustavo: The Shining Path: A History of the Millenarian War in Peru. Chapel Hill, 1999.

Hayner, Priscilla: Unspeakable Truths. Facing the Challenge of Truth Commissions. New York, London, 2001.

Healy, Lynn Marie: Framing the Victim: Gender, Representation and Recognition in Post-Conflict Peru 2015. The Ohio State University. https://etd.ohiolink.edu/pg_10?0::NO:10:P10_ACCESSION_NUM:osu1440092938

Herencia Carrasco, Salvador: Transitional justice and the situation of children in Colombia and Peru. UNICEF. Innocenti Working Paper, 2010.

Huhle, Rainer: "...vergessen, dass sie zu töten gelernt hatten": Perus Wege zur Aufarbeitung der Vergangenheit. In: Lateinamerika-Analysen, 2004, 9, S. 127-154.

Human Rights Watch: Untold Terror. Violence against women in Peru’s armed conflict. New York, 1992.

Kirk, Robin: When the Shooting Stops. How Transitional Justice Turns Knowledge into Acknowledgment. In: World Policy Journal, 2016, 33, 3, p. 32-38.

Koc-Menard, Nathalie: Notes from the Field: Exhuming the Past after the Peruvian Internal Conflict. In: International Journal of Transitional Justice, 2014, 8, 2, p. 277-288.

Koc-Menard, Sergio: Fragmented Sovereignty: Why Sendero Luminoso Consolidated in Some Regions of Peru but Not in Others. In: Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, 2007, 30, 2, p. 173-206.

Kovarik, Jacquelyn: Silenced No More in Peru: After two decades battling impunity, Indigenous Peruvian women who survived Alberto Fujimori's forced sterilization campaign finally have their say. In: NACLA Report on the Americas, 2019, 51,3, p. 217-222.

Lambright, Anne: Andean Truths: Transitional Justice, Ethnicity, and Cultural Production in Post-Shining Path Peru. Liverpool, 2015.

Laplante, Lisa J.: Case Studies in International Media and Conflict. Mediating Post-Conflict Dialogue: The Media's Role in Transitional Justice Processes. In: Marquette Law Review, 2009, 93, p. 251-283.

Laplante, Lisa J.: Media, Trials and Truth Commissions: `Mediating' Reconciliation in Perus Transitional Justice Process. In: International Journal of Transitional Justice. 4, 2, p. 207-229.

Laplante, Lisa J.: The Rule of Law in Transitional Justice: The Fujimori Trial in Peru. In: The Rule of Law in Comparative Perspective, 2009, p. 177-200.

Laplante, Lisa J.: Truth with Consequences: Justice and Reparations in Post-Truth Commission Peru. In: Human Rights Quarterly, 2007, 29, 1, p. 228-250.

Lerner Febres, Salomón: Comisiones de la verdad. De la justicia a la consolidación de la democracia. Reflexiones a partir de la experiencia peruana 2001-2003. In: Arnaud Martin, Carolina Vergel Tovar (Hrsg.): La memoria y el perdón. Las comisiones de la verdad y la reconciliación en América Latina. Bogotá, 2017.

Macher, Sofía. Lima: ¿Hemos avanzado? A 10 años de las recomendaciones de la Comisión de la Verdad y Reconciliación. Lima, 2014.

Malca, Camila Gianella: Peru: Changing Contexts for Transitional Justice. In: Trine Eide, Camila Gianella Malca, Elin Skaar (Hrsg.): After Violence. Transitional Justice, Peace, and Democracy. Abingdon, 2015, p. 94-124.

Masterson, Daniel Matthew: Militarism and Politics in Latin America: Peru from Sánchez Cerro to Sendero Luminoso. New York, 1991.

Milton, Cynthia E. (Hrsg.): Art from a Fractured Past: Memory and Truth Telling in post-Shining Path Peru. Durham, 2014.

Milton, Cynthia E.: At the Edge of the Peruvian Truth Commission: Alternative Paths to Recounting the Past. In: Radical History Review, 2007, 98, p. 3-33.

Milton, Cynthia E.: Conflicted Memory. Military Cultural Interventions and the Human Rights Era in Peru. Madison, WI, 2017.

Milton, Cynthia E.: Curating Memories of Armed State Actors in Peru's Era of Transitional Justice. Memory Studies, 2015, 8, 3, p. 361-378.

Milton, Cynthia E.: Defacing Memory: (Un)tying Peru’s Memory Knots. In: Erica T. Lehrer; Cynthia E. Milton; Monica Patterson (Hrsg.): Curating Difficult Knowledge. Violent Pasts in Public Places. Basingstoke, 2011.

Milton, Cynthia E.: Public Spaces for the Discussion of Peru's Recent Past. In: Antípoda, 2007, 5, S. 143-168.

Milton, Cynthia E.: The Truth Ten Years On: The CVR in Peru. In: Eugenia Allier-Montaño, Emilio Crenzel: The Struggle for Memory in Latin America Recent History and Political Violence. New York, NY, 2015, p. 111-128.

Moffett, Luke: Reparations for ‘Guilty Victims’: Navigating Complex Identities of Victim–Perpetrators in Reparation Mechanisms. In: International Journal of Transitional Justice, 2015, 10, 1, p. 146

Montoya Vivanco, Yván: Choreography of a Massacre: Memory and Performance in the Ayacucho Carnival. In: Roberta Villalón (Hrsg.): Memory, Truth, and Justice in Contemporary Latin America. Lanham, MD, 2017, p. 177-188.

Montoya Vivanco, Yván: Responding to Human Rights Violations Committed during the Internal Armed Conflict in Peru: The Limits and Advances of Peruvian Criminal Justice. In: Jennifer Almqvist, Carlos Esposito: The Role of Courts in Transitional Justice. Voices from Latin America and Spain. Abingdon, 2012, p. 159-183.

Oettler, Anika: Der Stachel der Wahrheit: Zur Geschichte und Zukunft der Wahrheitskommission in Lateinamerika. In: Lateinamerika-Analysen, 2004, 9, S. 93-126.

Oettler, Anika: Peru: Aufarbeitung der "Zeit der Angst": Die Wahrheitskommission fordert die politische Kultur des Landes heraus. In: Brennpunkt Lateinamerika, 2003, 18, S. 179-190.

Oxford Transitional Justice Research: Transitional Justice and Reconciliation in Peru. Oxford, 2010.

Palmer, David Scott: The Shining Path of Peru. London, 1992.

Peru Comisión de la Verdad y Reconciliación (Hrsg.): Informe final. Lima, 2003.

Peru Comisión de la Verdad y Reconciliación: Balance de las acciones del Estado en la implementación de las recomendaciones del Informe final de la Comisión de la Verdad y Reconciliación: agosto 2003-agosto 2004. Lima, 2004.

Prusak, Christina T.: The Trial of Alberto Fujimori: Navigating the Show Trial Dilemma in Pursuit of Transitional Justice. In: New York University Law Review, 2010, 85, p. 867-883.

Ramírez Castillo, Nora: „Wir hatten das Alles schon vergessen…“. Die Auseinandersetzung mit der eigenen Geschichte im peruanischen Andendorf Lucanamarca. In: Ernst Halbmayer, Sylvia Karl (Hrsg.): Die erinnerte Gewalt. Postkonfliktdynamiken in Lateinamerika. Bielefeld, 2012, p. 111-140.

Ramírez Zapata, Ivan: From Victims to Beneficiaries: Shaping Postconflict Subjects through State Reparations in Peru. In: Latin American Perspectives, 2019, 46, 5, p. 158-173.

Rivera, Fernando: From Nation's Ear and God's Eye to the Language of Reconciliation. The Commission of Truth and Reconciliation in Peru. In: Chasqui, 43, 1, p. 119-131.

Rojas-Perez, Isaias: Inhabiting Unfinished Pasts: Law, Transitional Justice, and Mourning in Postwar Peru. In: Humanity: An International Journal of Human Rights, Humanitarianism & Development, 2013, 4, 1, p. 149-170.

Rojas-Perez, Isaias: Mourning Remains. State Atrocity, Exhumations, and Governing the Disappeared in Peru's Postwar Andes. Palo Alto, CA, 2017.

Ron, James: Ideology in Context: Explaining Sendero Luminoso's Tactical Escalation. In: Journal of Peace Research, 2001, 38,5, p. 569-592.

Root, Rebecca K.: Through the Window of Opportunity: The Transitional Justice Network in Peru. In: Human Rights Quarterly, 2009, 31, 2, p. 452-473.

Root, Rebecca K.: Transitional Justice in Peru. New York, 2012

Saona, Margarita: Memory Matters in Transitional Peru.  Basingstoke und New York, 2014.

Simic, Oliveira: ‘They Say That Justice Takes Time’: Taking Stock of Truth Seeking in Peru, Argentina and Serbia. In: The Australian Feminist Law Journal, 2016, 42, 1, p. 137-161.

Simic, Olivera: Engendering Transitional Justice: Silence, Absence and Repair. In: Human Rights Review, 2016, 17, 1, p. 69-82.

Stern, Steve J: Shining and other paths: war and society in Peru, 1980 – 1995. Durham, 1998.

Tejero Tabernero, Laura: First Empowerment, Then Disillusion. The Ambivalent Legacy of the Transitional Process in Local Peru. In: Marcia Esparza, Nina Schneider (Hrsg.): Legacies of State Violence and Transitional Justice in Latin America a Janus-faced Paradigm? Lanham, MD, 2015, p. 91-108.

Theidon, Kimberly: Feminist and Human Rights Struggles in Peru: Decolonizing Transitional Justice. In: Human Rights Quarterly, 2017, 39, 3, p. 769-774.

Theidon, Kimberly: Intimate Enemies: Violence and Reconciliation in Peru. Philadelphia, PA, 2013.

Theidon, Kimberly: Justice in Transition: The Micropolitics of Reconciliation in Postwar Peru. In: The Journal of Conflict Resolution, 2006, 50, 3, p. 433-457.

Ulfe Young, María Eugenia: Neoliberal Reforms, Reparations, and Transitional Justice Measures in Torn-Apart Peru, 1980–2015. In: Building Sustainable Peace: Timing and Sequencing of Post-Conflict Reconstruction and Peacebuilding, 2016, p. 359-374.

Weissert, Markus: ¿La casa de todas las víctimas? Der Diskurs über das „Lugar de la Memoria“ in Lima in der peruanischen Presse. In: Ernst Halbmayer, Sylvia Karl (Hrsg.): Die erinnerte Gewalt. Postkonfliktdynamiken in Lateinamerika. Bielefeld, 2012, p. 77-110.

Wiehl, Stefanie: Staatsterror in Peru 1980–1994. Aufarbeitung zwischen unkonventionellem Krieg und Genozid. In: Hans-Jürgen Burchardt, Rainer Öhlschläger, Stefan Peters (Hrsg.): Geschichte wird gemacht. Vergangenheitspolitik und Erinnerungskulturen in Lateinamerika. Baden-Baden, 2015, S. 103-118.

Willis, Daniel: The Testimony of Space. Sites of Memory and Violence in Peru’s Internal Armed Conflict. UCL Insitute of the Americas.

Wills, Alexis: Complications of Collective Memory in Peru. In: JUIS: Journal of Undergraduate International Studies, 2015, 18, p. 77-90.

Zavala Guillén, Ana Laura: Transitional Justice, Ethnicity, and Cultural Production in Post-Shining Path Peru. In: International Development Planning Review, 2017, 39, 4, p. 461-463.

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