Deconstructing transitional justice: Experiences from Guatemala by Dr. Alison Crosby

Associate Professor in the School of Gender, Sexuality and Womens Studies, and Director of the Centre for Feminist Research at York University, Toronto, Canada.


Dr. Crosby has been conducting research in Guatemala for over two decades, and has published widely on issues related to gender and transitional justice and anti-racist feminist participatory action research. She is currently completing a co-authored book manuscript with Dr. M. Brinton Lykes entitled Mapping Mayan Womens Protagonism: Accompanying transitional justice processes in post-genocide Guatemala, based on seven years of research with Mayan women survivors of sexual violence during the Guatemalan armed conflict.

ICES Auditorium,
No 2 Kynsey Terrace
Colombo 08
1st December, 2016 at 5.30 pm



Lecture by Dr. Alison Crosby (PDF)