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Pablo Kalmanovitz, Political Science Postdoctoral Fellow

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Episode: March 28, 2012

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Pablo Kalmanovitz specializes in the political theory of human rights and humanitarianism. Professor Kalmanovitz has written articles and edited volumes on transitional justice, post-war reconstruction, and the regulation of warfare, and is currently working on a book project on the history of the idea of post-war justice. We talk with Professor Kalmanovitz about the research he’s done on reparations for war damages.

Learn more about Pablo Kalmanovitz.