Source: (2014) Quinnipiac Law Review. 32:601-619.

My aim in this type of work has always been to address the issue of reconciliation and, using the experience, the insights, and the convolutions that go with a place and time, think in a more nuanced fashion of what reconciliation is and what it can be in a troubled land. The theoretical and legal discussion about reconciliation, however, cannot but become context-dependent; more so, in this article it is exemplified by a specific organization in Israel-Palestine-Zochrotthat engages in an essential (re)conciliation, very different from the conventional reconciliation template that might only be effected after peace has been made. (excerpt)