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MacInnes, Iain A. “‘A Somewhat Too Cruel Vengeance Was Taken for the Blood of the Slain’: Royal Punishment of Rebels, Traitors, and Political Enemies in Medieval Scotland, C.1100–C. 1250.” In Medieval and Early Modern Adultery, Betrayal, and Shame, edited by Larissa Tracy. Brill, 2019.

MacInnes dives into the aftermath of Anglo-Scottish war, a period which almost seems to involve more conflict than peace. By analysing the different interactions in non-war periods between the English and Scottish ,…

Spalding, Savannah, Odgers-Jewell, Casey-Jade, Payne, Hayley, Mollica, Caitlin, & Berents, Helen. 2021. “Making Noise and Getting Things Done: Youth Inclusion and Advocacy for Peace: Lessons from Afghanistan, South Sudan and Myanmar.”

This report is a conjoined research project about youth’s inclusion in peacebuilding processes in Afghanistan, South Sudan, and Myanmar. Initially, the authors outline the United Nations’ Youth, Peace, and Security…

Walton, Oliver. ‘Conflict, Peacebuilding and NGO Legitimacy: National NGOs in Sri Lanka.’ Conflict, Security & Development 8, no. 1 (1 April 2008): 133–67. https://doi.org/10.1080/14678800801977146.

In this article, Walton uses three case studies of national NGOs in Sri Lanka to investigate how and why NGOs face crises of legitimacy, or failures to establish relationships with key stakeholders, when working in…

International Crisis Group. “After the Attacks: An Anti-Muslim Backlash.” After Sri Lanka’s Easter Bombings: Reducing Risks of Future Violence. International Crisis Group, 2019. http://www.jstor.org/stable/resrep31420.7.

This source is from a report by the International Crisis Group, a non-profit, non-governmental organisation founded on preventing, mitigating, and resolving conflict. The report is titled ‘After Sri Lanka’s Easter…

Perera, Sasanka. “Remembering Death and Mourning the Loss of Innocence” In Violence and the burden of memory: Remembrance and Erasure in Sinhala Consciousness, 107-148. New Delhi:Orient Blackswan, 2016.

This book chapter is taken from Sasanka Perera’s book ‘Violence and the burden of memory: Remembrance and Erasure in Sinhala Consciousness’ and explores memory after violence, focusing on Sinhala memory of loss and…