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Genocide Never Sleeps: Living Law at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda

King's Building, Strand Campus , London

23 Jan Eltringham book cover Part of the War Crimes Spring Term Seminar Series


Nigel Eltringham (University of Sussex) is the author of Accounting for Horror: Post-Genocide Debates in Rwanda (2004); contributing editor of Identity, Justice and “Reconciliation” in Contemporary Rwanda (2009; a special issue of the Journal of Genocide Research); contributing editor of Framing Africa: Portrayals of a Continent in Contemporary Mainstream Cinema (2013) and contributing co-editor of Remembering Genocide (2014). His monograph on the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (Genocide Never Sleeps: Living Law at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda) will be published by Cambridge University Press in 2019. He is currently preparing another monograph on the anthropology of peace and reconciliation to be published as part of the Routledge series Critical Topics in Contemporary Anthropology.

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