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reconciliation

# Episode Title Description People Date
1 Remembrance: A Concert Excerpts from the Remembrance Concert, which marked the conclusion of the Post-War: Commemoration, Reconstruction, Reconciliation seminar series. Simon Over, Annabel Drummond, Anna Leese, Jon Stainsby 14 Dec 2018
2 Creative Commons Susie Campbell speaks to Niall Munro Susie Campbell talks to Niall Munro about her experience as poet-in-residence during the Post-War seminar series 2017-18. Susie Campbell, Niall Munro 06 Aug 2018
3 Creative Commons A Crack of Light: Poetry Reading Poems of commemoration, reconstruction and reconciliation from the Post-War series' poets-in-residence. Susie Campbell, Mariah Whelan, Sue Zatland, Patrick Toland 06 Aug 2018
4 Creative Commons Alex Donnelly speaks to Niall Munro Alex Donnelly talks to Niall Munro about his work on the ecology of conflict, the interpretative role of academic research, and his interest in the 'lone voices' in poetry. Alex Donnelly, Niall Munro 31 Jul 2018
5 Creative Commons Jon Stainsby speaks to Johana Muskalova Jon Stainsby talks to Johana Muskalova about the relationship between music and commemoration and his experience as a performer. Jon Stainsby, Johana Musalkova 31 Jul 2018
6 Creative Commons Anna Leese speaks to Niall Munro Anna Leese speaks to Niall Munro about her personal connections to commemorations of war and the performance of commemorative music. Anna Leese, Niall Munro 31 Jul 2018
7 Creative Commons Simon Over speaks to Rita Phillips Conductor Simon Over talks to Rita Phillips about the performance of commemorative musical works. Simon Over, Rita Phillips 31 Jul 2018
8 Creative Commons Anthony Ritchie speaks to Catherine Gilbert Composer Anthony Ritchie talks to Catherine Gilbert about the relationship between music, war and remembrance in his oratorio Gallipoli to the Somme. Anthony Ritchie, Catherine Gilbert 31 Jul 2018
9 Creative Commons John Dunston speaks to Kate McLoughlin John Dunston and Kate McLoughlin explore varieties of religious silence and the relationship between silence and commemoration. John Dunston, Kate McLoughlin 30 Jul 2018
10 Creative Commons Lydia Wilson speaks to Alex Donnelly Lydia Wilson talks to Alex Donnelly about commemoration as a narrative for the future in the Middle East Lydia Wilson, Alex Donnelly 30 Jul 2018
11 Creative Commons Mahinda Deegalle speaks to Catherine Gilbert Mahinda Deegalle talks to Catherine Gilbert about the application of Buddhist values in post-conflict societies. Mahinda Deegalle, Catherine Gilbert 30 Jul 2018
12 Creative Commons Interview with Dr Adrian Gregory Adrian Gregory speaks to Johana Musalkova and Rita Phillips about the role of silence in public commemoration. Adrian Gregory, Johana Musalkova, Rita Phillips 30 Jul 2018
13 The Rest is Silence: Panel-led Workshop 2 This workshop considered the practice, meaning and impact of silence, and the discussion was chaired by a practitioner of acoustic, site-specific composition. Adrian Gregory, Mahinda Deegalle, Lydia Wilson, John Dunston 29 Jun 2018
14 Jonathan Dove speaks to Kate McLoughlin Composer Jonathan Dove talks to Kate McLoughlin about commemorating through music and music’s power to make us remember in the wake of individual and mass loss. Jonathan Dove, Kate McLoughlin 18 Jun 2018
15 Interview with Dr Peter Grant Peter Grant talks to Johana Musalkova and Rita Phillips about the link between collective memory and popular music, exploring examples of artists who attempt to challenge dominant national narratives. Peter Grant, Johana Musalkova, Rita Phillips 18 Jun 2018
16 Laura Hassler speaks to Kate McLoughlin Laura Hassler, Founding Director of Musicians without Borders, talks to Kate McLoughlin about her vision for the organisation and music’s potential in giving voice, recognition and empowerment to post-conflict communities. Laura Hassler, Kate McLoughlin 18 Jun 2018
17 Rihab Azar speaks to Niall Munro Musician Rihab Azar talks to Niall Munro about her quest to find new ways of empowering and connecting communities through music and how music functions as a ‘resistance act’ in situations of (post-)conflict. Rihab Azar, Niall Munro 18 Jun 2018
18 Rihab Azar – Oud Performance Syrian musician Rihab Azar gives a short performance at the Music and Memory workshop. Rihab Azar 25 May 2018
19 Music and Memory: Panel-led Workshop 1 This workshop brought together musicians and scholars to elicit the distinct contribution of music – as opposed to silence and non-musical sound – to commemoration and healing. Kate Kennedy, Peter Grant, Laura Hassler, Rihab Azar 21 May 2018
20 Pfarrerin Dr Cornelia Kulawik speaks to Kate McLoughlin Pfarrerin Dr Cornelia Kulawik, Pastor of Evangelische Kirchengemeinde Berlin-Dahlem, and Kate McLoughlin discuss changing modes of commemoration in Germany and the role of the church in reconciliation past and present. Cornelia Kulawik, Kate McLoughlin 24 Apr 2018
21 The Very Revd John Witcombe speaks to Rita Phillips The Very Reverend John Witcombe, Dean of Coventry Cathedral, talks to Rita Phillips about the Coventry Cross of Nails and the power of such symbols in building solidarity in post-conflict societies around the world. John Witcombe, Rita Phillips 24 Apr 2018
22 Chrissie Steenkamp speaks to Johana Musalkova Dr Chrissie Steenkamp talks to Johana Musalkova about community-based and nationally-driven practices of commemoration in South Africa and Northern Ireland. Chrissie Steenkamp, Johana Musalkova 28 Mar 2018
23 Tony Horwitz speaks to Niall Munro Author and journalist Tony Horwitz talks to Niall Munro about the sesquicentennial commemorations of the American Civil War, the complexity of reconstruction in the American South, and re-enactment as a way of connecting with the past. Tony Horwitz, Niall Munro 28 Mar 2018
24 Competing Memories: Truth and Reconciliation in Sierra Leone and Peru Rebekka Friedman (King’s College London) gives a talk for the OTJR Seminar Series. Rebekka Friedman 27 Nov 2017
25 Poetry and Life-Writing: Panel-Led Workshop 1 Bringing together experts working at the intersection of literature, human rights, foreign policy and peace initiatives, this workshop explored the role of poetry and life-writing in post-war healing. Dunya Mikhail, Philippe Sands, Lord John Alderdice, Jeremy Treglown 21 Nov 2017
26 Interview with Lord John Alderdice Lord John Alderdice (Liberal Democrat peer and Director of the Centre for the Resolution of Intractable Conflict (CRIC)) talks to Johana Musalkova and Rita Phillips about poetry, peace processes and the challenges of creating positive commemoration. Lord John Alderdice, Johana Musalkova, Rita Phillips 20 Nov 2017
27 FMR 50 - Wartime division in peacetime schools An ethnically divided educational system in Bosnia and Herzegovina continues to limit the sustainable return of those displaced by the war, and to hamper reconciliation and the reconstruction of society. Valery Perry 01 Sep 2015
28 On Bad Terms: Rethinking Reconciliation After Violent Conflict James Hughes, London School of Economics, gives a talk for the OTJR seminar series on 27 April 2015 at 5pm James Hughes 26 May 2015
29 Creative Commons OxPeace 2013: University cooperation to promote reconciliation Session 1B: Universities and Peacebuilding Massimo Caneva, University of Rome, gives a talk for the OxPeace 2013 conference: The Future of Peace Building. Massimo Caneva 21 May 2013
30 Creative Commons Displacement, transitional justice and reconciliation: assumptions, challenges and lessons This podcast was recorded for the launch of Policy Briefing 9 on 'Displacement, transitional justice and reconciliation: assumptions, challenges and lessons ' on 25 June 2012 at the Canadian High Commission, London. Megan Bradley 08 Oct 2012
31 Local Justice for genocide? Debating Accountability, Power and Reconciliation in Rwanda Panel Discussion Dr. Phil Clark recently published 'The Gacaca Courts, Post-Genocide Justice and Reconciliation in Rwanda: Justice without Lawyers'. Phil Clark, Nicola Palmer, Harry Verhoeven, Astrid Jamar 10 Mar 2011
32 Lessons from the truth and reconciliation process for 21st century challenges Archbishop Desmond Tutu delivers the 2010 Bynum Tudor lecture in which he draws from the experience of overcoming apartheid to point the way to justice and reconciliation in the Middle East. Desmond Tutu, Jonathan Michie, Chris Patten 04 Jun 2010
33 Lessons from the truth and reconciliation process for 21st century challenges Archbishop Desmond Tutu delivers the 2010 Bynum Tudor lecture in which he draws from the experience of overcoming apartheid to point the way to justice and reconciliation in the Middle East. Desmond Tutu, Jonathan Michie, Chris Patten 04 Jun 2010
34 International Justice: Transitional, Distributive, and Rectificatory Seminar delivered on Monday 18 January 2010 by Dr. Daniel Butt, Lecturer in Political Theory, University of Bristol. Daniel Butt 26 Jan 2010
35 Transitional Justice and the Inter-American Human Rights System Seminar delivered on Tuesday 1 December 2009 by Par Engstrom, Lecturer in Human Rights, Human Rights Consortium, School of Advanced Study, University of London. Par Engstrom 21 Dec 2009
36 Localising Transitional Justice: Establishing the War Crimes Chamber of the Bosnia Court Seminar delivered on Tuesday 17 November 2009 by Dr. Alex Jeffrey, Lecturer in Human Geography, Newcastle University. Alex Jeffrey 21 Dec 2009
37 Debating Transitional Justice in Zimbabwe: Victim-Centred Rhetoric or Reality? Seminar delivered on Tuesday 10 November 2009 by Janice Winter, Programme Manager, Axess Programme on Journalism and Democracy. Janice Winter 21 Dec 2009
38 Papering Over the Cracks: Reconciliation in Zimbabwe's Unity Government Era Seminar delivered on Tuesday 10 November 2009 by Dr. Blessing Miles Tendi, Researcher, University of Oxford. Blessing-Miles Tendi 21 Dec 2009
39 Repairing Libya's Past: Where Does the Quest for Compensation End? Seminar delivered on Tuesday 4 November 2009 by Dr. Claudia Gazzini, Max Weber Fellow, European University Institute, Florence. Claudia Gazzini 21 Dec 2009