Journal of Transdisciplinary Peace Praxis

ISSN 2631-746X (Print) & 2631-7478 (Online)

Current Issue

Released on 21 February 2021

JTPP’s fifth issue (Vol. 3, No. 1) deals with the complex interplay between healing and justice, especially addressing the relationship between achieving justice while also empowering both individual and collective healing.

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Contents

Publisher’s Greetings
ABHIJIT MAZUMDER
4
Our Contributors 5
Co-Editors’ Welcome and Introduction
JEREMY A RINKER & DANIEL RHODES
9
Re-Defining Justice and Creating Pathways for Healing:
The Limits of the US Legal System and the
Promise of Politicised Healing as a Model for
Redressing Racialised Harm
DAVID ANDERSON HOOKER & SHEILA A BEDI
17
Photography Healing and Justice in Appalachia
JOE COLE
46
Addressing Clerical Sexual Abuse through
Restorative Justice: A Search for Empowerment and
Collective Healing
JONATHAN CHUKWUEMEKA MADU
75
Traditional Livelihoods and the Idea of Gender Justice:
A Study of the Minority Women of Varanasi in the
Area of Art and Craft
SALONI & SUSHIL KUMAR
96
Embracing an Ecosocial Worldview for Climate Justice
and Collective Healing
SANDRA ENGSTROM & MEREDITH C F POWERS
120
Mapping Digital Justice: Across the Great Divide,
Towards a Sanctuary for All
RANDALL AMSTER
145
Kaleidoscope
Curated by NILANJAN DUTTA
167
Book Review JUSTIN HARMON, JEREMY A RINKER & CATHRYNE SCHMITZ 170