This is a guide to historical and contemporary legal research related to war crimes. It was created by Trinie Thai-Parker and is updated by Terri Saint-Amour. It is currently under construction updates.
Last Updated: Jul 2, 2012
- Journal of International Criminal Justice (online)
Covers topics in law, jurisprudence, criminology, penal philosophy and history of international judicial institutions. Includes book reviews.
- Eyes on the ICC
Devoted to study of the International Criminal Court. Includes book reviews
- International Criminal Law Review
Topics include the substantive and procedural law on the international level, important cases from national jurisdictions which have a bearing on general issues, and historical research. Includes book reviews.
- The International Criminal Law Reports
Only available in print - publishes commentaries and decisions of international and national courts from around the world, that are relevant to the field of international criminal law.
- The International Journal of Transitional Justice
Topics include truth commissions, universal jurisdiction, post-conflict social reconciliation, victim and perpetrator studies, international and domestic prosecutions, institutional transformation, vetting, memorialization and reparations. Includes book reviews.