Mneesha Gellman

Selected Peer-Reviewed Articles and Book Chapters

Democratization and Memories of Violence: Claiming Cultural Rights in Mexico, Turkey, and El Salvador. Routledge, Global Cooperation Series. Forthcoming, 2016.

“Only Looking Forward: The Absence of National History in Sierra Leone.” Chapter in “History Can Bite: History Education in Divided and Post-War Societies. Eds. Denise Bentrovato, Karina V. Korostelina, and Martina Schultze. V&R Unipress, Göttingen. Forthcoming 2016.

“Teaching Silence in the Schoolroom: Whither National History in Sierra Leone and El Salvador?” Third World Quarterly, 36:1, 2015, pages 147-161.
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“Insurgents and advocates: women’s claim-making in El Salvador.” Book chapter in Cuerpo, educación y liderazgo político: una mirada desde el género y los estudios feministas/Bodies, education and political leadership: a gender and feminist perspective. Ed. Sara Poggio and María Amelia Viteri. FLACSO, Quito, Ecuador, 2014, pages 37-64.

“Memories of Violence: The Role of Apology in Turkey’s Democratization Process.” Democratization, April, 2012, pages 1-24.

“World views in peace building: a post-conflict reconstruction challenge in Cambodia.” Development in Practice, 20: 1, 2010, pages 85-98.

“From Sulha to Salaam: Connecting local knowledge with international negotiations for lasting peace in Palestine/Israel.” With Mandi Vuinovich, Conflict Resolution Quarterly, Vol. 26, No. 2, 2009, pages 127-148.

“Justice or Reconciliation? The Khmer Rouge Tribunal.” Book chapter in Afro-Asian Conflicts: Changing Contours, Costs and Consequences. Ed. Debidatta Aurobinda Mahapatra & Seema Shekhawat. New Century Publications, Delhi, India, 2008, pages 101-127.

“No Justice, No peace: Cambodia's Post-Conflict Reconstruction Challenges.” Asian Perspective, Vol. 32, No. 2, 2008, pages 37-57.

“Powerful Cultures: Indigenous and Western Conflict Resolution Processes in Cambodia.” Peace, Conflict and Development, Issue 11, 2007, pages 1-28.