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  1. Truth, Reconciliation, and “Double Settler Denial”: Gendering the Canada-South Africa Analogy.Alison James & Sam Grey - 2016 - Human Rights Review 17 (3):303-328.
    Appeals to the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission haunt most post-1990s institutional attempts to address historical injustice. Comparing Canada and South Africa, Nagy notes that “loose analogizing” has hampered the application of important lessons from the South African to the Canadian TRC—namely, the discovery that “narrow approaches to truth collude with superficial views of reconciliation that deny continuities of violence.” Taking up her important specification of the Canada-South Africa analogy, we expand Nagy’s recent findings by gendering the continuum of (...)
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