Elazar Barkan is professor of international and public affairs at Columbia University, director of the School of International and Public Affairs’ Human Rights . Visit ‘s Elazar Barkan Page and shop for all Elazar Barkan books. Restitution and Negotiating Historical Injustices by Elazar Barkan ( Elazar Barkan is Professor of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University, co-director of SIPA’s Human Rights Concentration, and director of.

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Since the end of the Cold War, and particularly during the last fifteen years, the human need to amend immoral wrongs has been expressed in political discourse as a propensity to apologize for acts of past injustice. October Beyond the Turnstile: Only barian left in stock – order soon. Only the unique dynamic identity that a museum can claim will do that.


Restitution and Negotiating Historical Injustices. Beyond the Turnstile argues that museums are indispensable to civil barkab, especially in an era in which museums often are reduced to cultural businesses or “edu-tainment” sites.

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Professor Barkan’s other current research interests include refugee repatriation, comparative analysis of historical commissions, shared sacred sites, and the question of human rights impact, specifically with regard to redress and transitional justice.

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Taking Wrongs Seriously: Apologies and Reconciliation | Edited by Elazar Barkan and Alexander Karn

Contributors explore in a comparative and interdisciplinary framework the role and function—as well as the limitations—that apology has in promoting dialogue, tolerance, and cooperation between groups confronting one another over past injustices.

The eminent contributors to this volume provide museum leaders with a different set of criteria for evaluating the success of their museums, proposing a set of sustainable values that can help museums preserve themselves and advance their social mission in hard times–and help them thrive when times improve. His human rights work seeks to achieve conflict resolution and reconciliation by bringing scholars from two or more sides of a conflict together and employing historical methodology to create shared narratives across political divides and to turn historical dialogue into a fundamental tool of political reconciliation.

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