(Re)imagining Peace + Justice is an ongoing conversation about conflict, transitional justice, and human rights amongst students and scholars at SOAS, University of London. It is published by the Centre on Conflict, Rights and Justice and managed by a team of graduate student editors.
(Re)imagining Peace + Justice publishes opinion pieces, original research, perspectives from the field, and reviews focusing on human rights, social justice, intersectionality, justice theory, and regional conflicts. We also publish posts by guest contributors, including practitioners, activists, and scholars from other institutions. The opinions expressed on this blog do not necessarily reflect the views of the Centre on Conflict, Rights and Justice or SOAS, University of London.
Our goal is for (Re)imagining Peace + Justice to become a participatory platform where our readers can learn from our contributors and we can engage in discussions about critical tensions in the theory and practice of transitional justice. Please review our submission guidelines for more information about contributing.
Co-Editor in Chief
Devin Windelspecht is a graduate of the MSc in Conflict, Rights and Justice. Prior to SOAS, Devin studied International Affairs and Middle East Studies at Northeastern University, where he practiced journalism Bosnia and Serbia and conflict reconciliation in Northern Ireland.
Co-Editor in Chief
Devan Ogburn is currently reading for the Msc. in the Politics of Conflict, Rights, and Justice at SOAS. She is originally from Washington DC, where she completed a bachelor’s degree in International Relations at American University with minors in Literature and African American and African Diaspora Studies.
Alumni Editor in Chief
Megan Manion is a graduate of an MSc in the Politics of Conflict, Rights and Justice. She studied violence and justice, situated in history and international politics. Prior to SOAS, she was a policy analyst and advocate for a Seattle-based nonprofit supporting survivors of gender violence.
Jasper A. Kiepe
Jasper studied Philosophy, Arts and Media Studies in both Hildesheim and Istanbul. He is a graduate of Msc. in Politics of Conflict, Rights and Justice at SOAS. Prior to SOAS, he spent two years working for an NGO in Kampala, Uganda
Rachel Salcedo is a graduate of an MSc in the Politics of Conflict, Rights and Justice. She studied justice and conflict, rooted in gender and peace theories in the U.S. Prior to SOAS, Rachel was a Humanity in Action fellow in Bosnia and Herzegovina.