Justice, Memory and Transnational Networks. European and South American Entanglements”, special issue of Global Society 33 (3) 2019, edited by Raluca Grosescu, Sophie Baby and Laure Neumayer.

Gruia Badescu, “Entangled Islands of Memory: Actors and Circulations of Site Memorialisation Practice Between the Latin American Southern Cone and Central and Eastern EuropeGlobal Society, 33 (3) 2019.

Caroline Moine, “Denouncing or Supporting the Chilean Dictatorship in West Germany? Local Associations of Solidarity and Their Transnational Networks Since the 1970s“, Global Society, 33 (3) 2019.

Raluca Grosescu, “Transnational Advocacy Networks and Corporate Accountability for Human Rights Violations in Argentina and Colombia”, Global Society, 33 (3) 2019.

Tobias Rupprecht, “The General on his Journeys. Augusto Pinochet’s International Trips and Diverging Transnational Justice and Memory Agendas in the Aftermath of the Cold War”, Global Society, 33 (3) 2019.

Emilio Crenzel, “The Crimes of the Last Dictatorship in Argentina and its Qualification as Genocide: A Historicization”, Global Society, 33 (3) 2019.

David Copello, “Jacques Vergès, Rupture Strategy and the Argentinean New Left: Circulations and Adaptations of a Judiciary Theory”, Global Society, 33 (3) 2019.

Daniel Gunnar Kressel, “”Getting off the Tiger”: The Spanish Transitional Model and its Influence on the Democratic Transitions in Argentina and Chile, 1977–1990”, Global Society, 33 (3) 2019.

Laure Neumayer, The Criminalisation of Communism in the European Political Space after the Cold War (London, Routledge, 2018).

Nelly Bekus, “Agency of Internal Transnationalism in Social Memory”, British Journal of Sociology (2018)

Raluca Grosescu, “Judging Communist Crimes in Romania. Transnational and Global Influences”, International Journal of Transitional Justice 11 (3) (2017): 505-524.

Francesca Lessa, “Operation Condor on Trial: Justice for Transnational Human Rights Crimes in South America”, Journal of Latin America Studies (2018).

Laure Neumayer, “Advocating for the cause of the ‘victims of communism’ in the European political space: memory entrepreneurs in the interstitial fields”, Nationalities Papers, 45 (7) (2017).

Mate Zombory, “The Birth of the Memory of Communism: Memorial Museums in Europe”, Nationalities Papers, 45 (7) (2017).