Location
United Kingdom
Theme
Justice and Memory
The Team

Dr Pete Manning

Pete is a Co-Investigator on EdJAM and co-leads on the Transitional Justice and Memory Theme together with Maria Teresa Pinto O’Campo.

He is a Lecturer in Sociology and Human Rights at the University of Bath.. Pete brings a background in the sociology of memory, human rights and transitional justice to EdJAM, with a particular focus on transitional justice processes and education in Cambodia.

Pete has worked on issues of transitional justice and memory in Cambodia for over ten years. His book, Transitional Justice and Memory in Cambodia (2017 Routledge) explored the politics of memory implicated in the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia. Pete is also Co-Investigator on the AHRC GCRF Network Plus project ‘Changing the Story’ and Principal Investigator on the GCRF AHRC Follow On Funding award “Elephant Conservation and Indigenous Experiences in Cambodia: Shaping Environmental Awareness Through Participatory Film”. Pete is increasingly concerned with the intersections of environmental crises and transitional justice processes.

 

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