These articles can be found at https://independent.academia.edu/SarahHenkeman
- Op-Ed_ Restorative justice at UCT _ Daily Maverick.pdf
- Why a narrow view of restorative justice blunts its impact
- Let’s talk about violence – from the standpoint of the oppressed
- (Updated) Basic guide to a ‘deeper and longer’ analysis of violence
- South African criminology in denial
- Race and Crime/Crime and Race in an unequal, transitional context
- Mediator’s Dilemma: Mediation in South Africa, an unequal, transitional society
- How violence and racism are related, and why it all matters
- Review: Fresh Wounds. Niewyk D L (ed)
- Do we [as conflict resolution practitioners] really know what we are getting in the middle of? p. 10-11
- Invisible Violence, Invisible Wounding: Effects of internalised racism
- Where Truth, Lies and Privilege meet Poverty… what is Hope? Reflecting on the gains and pains of South Africa’s TRC A dialogue between Sarah Malotane Henkeman and Undine Whande
- How to render invisible violence visible. Presentation
- A TURN TO SOCIAL JUSTICE CONFLICT RESOLUTION IN UNEQUAL CONTEXTS Structurally responsive strategies, tactics and techniques for conflict resolution practitioners to consider
- Practitioner scholarship as a counter to denial of socially patterned violence
- Invisible/visible violence Action research workshops
- Visceral, tacit and explicit knowledge about racism as invisible/visible violence
- Presentation on Invisible/visible violence for Action research workshops
PHD THESIS CHAPTERS
- Restorative Justice as a tool for peacebuilding: A South African case study
- Ch. 1 Marketisation, democratisation and peacebuilding?
- Ch. 2 Conceptual framework – Peacebuilding, Restorative Justice and Social Justice
- Ch.3 Modest and expansive conceptions of Restorative Justice
- Ch.4 Social Justice, Trans-national and Trans-historical inequality
- Ch.5 Research bricolage: Micro-macro 360 degree case design
- Ch.6 Complex problem, complex analysis
- Ch.7 Manifestations-patterns-culture of denial and peacebuilding practice
- Ch.8 Competing discourses and evidence of denial: Victim offender mediation as peacebuilding within a warmaking paradigm
- Ch.9 Beware of the Chasm
- Ch.10 Agency/Structure, nature/nurture, micro/macro
- Chapter ten
- Reference list:‘Restorative Justice as a tool for peacebuilding: a South African case study.’ Unpublished PhD thesis, University of KwaZulu Natal, Durban, 2013′
DRAFTS & EXTRACTS
- Reflective peacebuilding practice as practical/participatory action research
- Theorising the constructed invisibility of structural violence during community based restorative justice processing. A South African case study.
- Ascribed, growing, nested inequality and quest for social justice
- Research findings which show manifestations and patterns that indicate a culture of denial about the relationship between direct violence (crime), cultural violence, psychological and structural violence (inequality)
- All victims are potential perpetrators. All perpetrators have been victimised at some point. A provocation
- Grand narrative/ground narrative(s). When several truths are in tension, what constitutes peace?
- Does victim offender mediation go beyond individualised notions of crime in unequal contexts? An empirical study.
- Peacebuilding from the standpoint of the oppressed
- The concept ‘transitional justice’ conflates political and knowledge boundaries and promotes denial
- In-country, long-term Peacebuilding and International Regimes
- Peacebuilding and Silence [about historical trauma, nested inequality and social harm]
- Restorative Justice and Structural violence
- Nuanced, potted history of peacebuilding in South Africa
- Peacebuilding defined from below
- Victim offender mediation and peacebuilding
- Social Justice as positive peace. A South African case study.
- Peacebuilding, Restorative Justice, Social Justice: Trans-disciplinary research using Bricolage
WORK IN PROGRESS
- Unresolved social grief: The intersection of historical and contemporary trauma.
- Yes, the subaltern can speak – but at great personal cost!
- Beneath the surface. Understanding the structure of invisible/visible violence
- Victim offender mediation and micro-macro linkages
- Is peacebuilding another form of academic imperialism?
- Recognising and understanding why, when and how historical trauma manifests intergenerationally
- Perfectly colonised?: can reconciliation and inequality co-exist, and is this peace?
- Internalisation/Externalisation. Suicide/Homicide. Understanding patterns of interaction of invisible and visible violence, trauma and resilience.
- A Provocation: Historical trauma complex is not a mental illness, it is a socially patterned, widely denied response to visible and invisible violence.
- Over-emphasis on resilience in an unequal world. A sign of entrenched denial?
- Social Justice as positive peace
- Restorative Justice and Structural Violence
- Poster for action research workshops – transdisciplinary research approach bricolage
- OPEN GUIDE TO A ‘DEEPER, WIDER AND LONGER’ ANALYSIS OF VIOLENCE