The truth and reconciliation commission trc was a court like restorative justice body assembled in south africa after the end of apartheid witnesses who were identified as victims of gross human rights violations were invited to give statements about their experiences and some were selected for public hearings. Rather than pass judgement on the claims of the trc and its relative impact on south african society claire moon in her monograph narrating political reconciliation south africas truth and reconciliation commission provides a critical theoretical account of how the claims of the trc actually came into being and how the trc subsequently . Narrating political reconciliation advances a distinctive political discourse of south africas truth and reconciliation commission trc and provides the first book length theoretical . Narrating political reconciliation advances a distinctive political discourse of south africas truth and reconciliation commission trc and provides the first book length theoretical interpretation of the social and political construction of truth and reconciliation in south africa dr moon situates the appearance of the trc in 1995 at the juncture of then emerging national and . This article enquires into the narration of reconciliation in south africa and its political implications it scrutinizes the subjects objects and material practices that flow from the reconciliation story the investigation turns on two crucial assumptions a that discourse is an ideological system of meaning that constitutes and naturalizes the subjects and objects of political life and
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