Book Chapters

    • Hamber, Brandon, Gallagher, Elizabeth, Weine, Stevan, Agger, Inger, Bava, Saliha, Gaborit, Mauricio and Murthy, R. Srinivasa (2014). Exploring how context matters in addressing the impact of armed conflict. In: Psychosocial Perspectives on Peacebuilding. Springer, pp. 1-30 [ More Information]

    • Gallagher, Elizabeth and Hamber, Brandon (2014). Addressing the psychosocial needs of young men: The case of Northern Ireland. In: Psychosocial Perspectives on Peacebuilding. Springer: New York, pp. 90-149 [ More Information]

    • Hamber, Brandon, Gallagher, Elizabeth, Weine, Stevan, DasGupta, Sumona, Palmary, Ingrid and Wessells, Mike (2014). Towards contextual psychosocial practice. In: Psychosocial Perspectives on Peacebuilding. Springer: New York, pp. 365-399 [ More Information]

    • Sveaass, N.; Agger, I.; Elsass, P.; Hamber, B.; and Sønneland, A.M. (2014). Surviving gross human rights violations: exploring survivors’ experience of justice and reparation. In S. Cooper and K. Ratele (eds.). Psychology Serving Humanity. Volume II: Western Psychology, p. 66–84. London and New York: Psychology Press and Taylor & Francis Group [ Request Copy]

    • Hamber, B. (2012). Transitional justice and intergroup conflict. In L.R. Tropp (Ed.), Oxford Handbook of Intergroup Conflict. New York: Oxford University Press, pp.328-343 [ Request Copy]

    • Hamber, B. (2011).  The Psychological Impact of Truth Commissions.  In D. J. Christie (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Peace Psychology. Hoboken, New Jersey: Wiley-Blackwell [ Request Copy]

    • Hamber, B. & Palmary, I. (2009). Gender, Memorialization, and Symbolic Reparations. In R. Rubio-Marin (Ed.), The Gender of Reparations: Unsettling Sexual Hierarchies While Redressing Human Rights Violations (pp. 324-381). New York: Cambridge University Press [ Request Copy]

    • Hamber, B., & Kelly, G. (2009). Too deep, too threatening: Understandings of reconciliation in Northern Ireland. In A. Chapman & H. van der Merwe (Eds.), Assessing the Impact of Transitional Justice: Challenges for Empirical Research. Washington: AAAS [ Request Copy]

    • Hamber, B., & Kelly, G. (2009). Beyond Coexistence: Towards a working definition of reconciliation. In J. Quinn (Ed.). Montreal: McGill University Press [ Request Copy]

    • Hamber, B. (2008). Forgiveness and Reconciliation: A Critical Reflection. In L. O'Hagan (Ed.), Stories in Conflict: Towards Understanding and Healing (pp. 139-155). Derry: Yes Publications [ Request Copy]

    • Hamber, B., & Kelly, G. (2008). The Challenge of Reconciliation: Translating Theory into Practice. In Community Relations Council (Ed.), A Sustainable Peace?: Research as a Contribution to Peacebuilding in Northern Ireland (pp. 3-26). Belfast: Community Relations Council [ Request Copy]

    • Hamber, B. (2007). Reparations as Symbol: Narratives of Resistence, Reticence, and Possibility in South Africa. In J. Miller & R. Kumar (Eds.), Reparations: Interdisciplinary Inquiries. New York: Oxford University Press [ Request Copy]

    • Hamber, B. (2006). "Nunca Más" and the Politics of Person: Can truth telling prevent the recurrence of violence? In T. A. Borer (Ed.), Telling the Truths: Truth Telling and Peace Building in Post-Conflict Societies (pp. 207-230). Indiana: Notre Dame Press [ Request Copy]

    • Hamber, B. (2006). Narrowing the Micro and Macro: A Psychological Perspective on Reparations in Societies in Transition. In P. De Greiff (Ed.), The Handbook of Reparations (pp. 560-588). Oxford: Oxford University Press [ Request Copy]

    • Hamber, B. (2006). The dilemma's of reparations: In search of a process-driven approach. In K. De Feyter, S. Parmnetier, M. Bossuyt & P. Lemmens (Eds.), Out of the Ashes: Reparation for Victims of Gross and Systematic Human Rights Violations. Antwerpen, Oxford: Intersentia [ Request Copy]

    • Hamber, B. (2005). “So what is it like now that your country is run by a terrorist?” In Y. Danieli, D. Brom & J. Sills (Eds.), The trauma of terrorism: an international handbook of shared knowledge and shared care (pp. 189-192). New York: Haworth Press [ Request Copy]

    • Hamber, B., & Kelly, G. (2005). The Challenge of Reconciliation in Post-conflict Societies: Definitions, problems and proposals. In I. O'Flynn & D. Russell (Eds.), Power Sharing: New Challenges for Divided Societies (pp. 188-203). London: Pluto Press [ Request Copy]

    • Hamber, B. (2003). Transformation and Reconciliation. In J. Darby & R. MacGinty (eds), Comtemporary Peacemaking: Conflict, violence and peace processes, Palgrave/ MacMillan, Hampshire: UK [> Request Copy of Chapter Information on the book US UK CA]

    • Hamber, B. & Wilson, R. (2003). Symbolic closure through Memory, Reparation and Revenge in Post-conflict Societies. In E. Cairns and M. Roe (eds), Role of Memory in Ethnic Conflict, Macmillan Publishers [ Request Copy of Chapter Information on the book US UK CA]

    • Hamber, B. (2003). Healing. In Reconciliation after Violent Conflict: A Handbook, Stockholm, Sweden: International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance [ Download Chapter and/or Download Book PDF Format Information on the book US UK]

    • Hamber, B. (2002). The Burdens of Truth: An evaluation of the psychological support services and initiatives undertaken by the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission. In D. E. Lorey & W. H. Beezley (Eds.), Genocide, Collective Violence, and Popular Memory: The Politics of Remembrance in the Twentieth Century (pp. 85-99). Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources [ Request Copy]

    • Hamber, B. (2001).  Does the Truth Heal? A psychological perspective on the political strategies for dealing with the legacy of political violence.  In N. Biggar (ed.), Burying the Past: Making Peace and Doing Justice after Civil Conflict, George Town University Press, Washington, USA [ Request Copy of Chapter Information on the book US UK CA]

    • Hamber, B. (2001).  Who Pays for Peace? Implications of the negotiated settlement in post-apartheid South Africa.  In D. Chirot & M. Seligman (ed.), Ethno-political Warfare: Causes, Consequences and Possible Solutions, American Psychological Asssociation , Washington, USA , pp. 235-258 [> Request Copy of Chapter Information on the book > US UK CA]

    • Butchart, A., Terre Blanche, M., Hamber, B. & Seedat, M. (2000). Violence and violence prevention in South Africa: A sociological and historical perspective. In Emmet, T. & Butchart, A. (Eds.), Behind the mask. Getting to grips with crime and violence in South Africa (pp. 29-54). Pretoria: HSRC Publishers[ Request Copy]

    • Hamber, B., Masilela, T.C. & Terre Blanche, M. (2000).  Towards a Marxist Community Psychology: Radical Tools for Community Psychology and Analysis.  In Seedat, M. (ed.), Community Psychology, pp. 51-67.  Oxford University Press, Cape Town [ Request Copy]

    • Effendi, K. & Hamber, B. (1999) Publish or Perish: Disseminating your research findings. In M. Terre Blanche and K. Durrheim (Eds), Research in Practice: Applied Methods for the Social Science, pp. 178-190. UCT Press: Cape Town. [ Request Copy of Chapter Information on the book UK]

    • Butchart, A., Hamber, B., Seedat, M. & Terre Blanche, M. (1998). From Violent Policy to Policies for Violence Prevention: Violence, Politics and Mental Health in Twentieth Century South Africa. In D. Foster, M. Freeman & Y. Pillay (eds), Mental Health Policy Issues for South Africa, pp. 236-262. Medical Association of South Africa: Cape Town [ Download PDF Format]

    • Hamber, B.E. (1998). Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde: Violence and Transition in South Africa. In Bornman, E., Van Eeden, R. & Wentzel, M. (Eds). Violence in South Africa, pp. 349-370. Human Sciences and Research Council: Pretoria. ISBN: 0-7969-1858-9 [ Download PDF Format]