Transnational archives: Power, voice and archival violence in transnational justice

Julia is a Departmental Lecturer in African Studies at Oxford’s African Studies Centre. Her work on ‘Atrocity’s Archives: The Remnants of Transitional Justice’ explores and compares the archival narratives of the Rwandan Gacaca Courts and those of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR). Julia’s research is concerned with the ways narratives of the harm committed emerge and how the underlying assumptions of the Gacaca courts and the ICTR are addressed in the archival texts.