Journal Articles

  • Hamber, Brandon and Kell, Gráinne (2016). Practice, Power and Inertia: Personal Narrative, Archives and Dealing with the Past in Northern Ireland. Journal of Human Rights Practice, 8 (1): 25-44 [Request Copy or Access in the Journal]

  • Hamber, Brandon (2015). There Is a Crack in Everything: Problematising Masculinities, Peacebuilding and Transitional Justice. Human Rights Review, 17 (1). pp. 9-34 [Request Copy or Access in the Journal]

  • Hamber, Brandon and Gallagher, Elizabeth (2014) Ships passing in the night: psychosocial programming and macro peacebuilding strategies with young men in Northern Ireland. Intervention: Journal of Mental Health and Psychosocial Support in Conflict Affected Areas, 12 (1), 43-60 [Download]

  • Hamber, Brandon, Gallagher, Elizabeth and Ventevogel, Peter (2014) Narrowing the gap between psychosocial practice, peacebuilding and wider social change: an introduction to the Special Section in this issue. Intervention: Journal of Mental Health and Psychosocial Support in Conflict Affected Area, 12 (1), 7-15 [Download]

  • Roe, M.D., Barrett, M., Bar-Tal, D., Bretherton, D., Dawes, A., Gallagher, E., Giles, M.L., Hakvoort, I., Hamber, B., Moeschberger, S.L., Montiel, C.J., Muldoon, O.T., Salomon, G., Trew, K., and Wessells, M.G. (2014). Professor Ed Cairns: A personal and professional biography. Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 20(1), 3-12 [Request Copy or Access in the Journal]

  • Hamber, B. (2012). Conflict Museums, Nostalgia, and Dreaming of Never Again. Peace & Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 18(3),261-281 [Request Copy or Access in the Journal]

  • Gallagher, E., Hamber , B., & Joy, E. (2012). Perspectives and Possibilities: Mental Health in post-Agreement Northern Ireland. Shared Space: A research journal on peace, conflict and community relations in Northern Ireland, 13, pp.63-78 [Download]

  • Hamber, B. (2010). Masculinity and Transition: Crisis or Confusion in South Africa? Journal of Peacebuilding and Development, 5(3), 75-88 [Request Copy or Access in the Journal]

  • Hamber, B., Sevcenko, L., & Naidu, E. (2010). Utopian Dreams or Practical Possibilities? The Challenges of Evaluating the Impact of Memorialization in Societies in Transition. International Journal of Transitional Justice, 4(3), 397-420 [Request Copy or Access in the Journal]

  • Magill, C., & Hamber, B. (2010). "If They Don't Start Listening to Us, the Future is Going to Look the Same as the Past": Young People and Reconciliation in Northern Ireland and Bosnia and Herzegovina. Youth & Society, Published online before print October 11, 2010, doi: 2010.1177/0044118X1038364 [Request Copy or Access in the Journal]

  • Hamber, B. (2007). Masculinity and Transitional Justice: An Exploratory Essay. Peace Prints: South Asian Journal of Transitional Justice, 3(1), Autumn [Download]

  • Hamber, B. (2007). Masculinity and Transitional Justice: An Exploratory Essay. International Journal of Transitional Justice, 1(3), 375-390 [Request Copy or Access in the Journal]

  • Hamber, B. (2007). Hamber, B. (2007). Forgiveness and Reconciliation: Paradise Lost or Pragmatism? Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 13(1), 113-123 [Download]

  • Hamber, B. (2006). Flying flags of fear: The role of fear in the process of political transition. Journal of Human Rights, 5, 127-142 [Download]

  • Hamber, B. (2003). Rights and Reasons: Challenges for Truth Recovery in South Africa and Northern Ireland. Fordham International Law Journal, 26(4), pp. 1074-1094 [Download]

  • Lykes, M.B., TerreBlanche, M. & Hamber, B. (2003). Narrating survival and change in Guatemala and South Africa: The politics of representation and a liberatory community psychology. American Journal of Community Psychology, 31(1-2), pp. 79-90 [Download]

  • Hamber, B. & Wilson, R. (2002). Symbolic Closure through memory, reparation and revenge in post-conflict societies. Journal of Human Rights, Volume 1, Number. 1, (March 2002), pp. 35-53 [Download]

  • Hamber, B.E. (2002). 'Ere their story die': truth, justice and reconciliation in South Africa. Race and Class, Volume 44, Number 1, July to September 2002, Special Edition: Truth? Bill Rolston (ed), pp.61-79 [Download]

  • Brocklehurst, H., Stott, N., Hamber, B. & Robinson, G. (2001). Lesson Drawing: Northern Ireland and South Africa. Indicator South Africa, 18(1), pp. 89-95 [Request Copy]

  • Hamber, B., Nageng, D. & O’Malley. G. (2000). Telling it like it is…Survivors’ perceptions of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. Psychology in Society, 26, pp.18-42 [Download]

  • Hamber, B. (2000). Repairing the Irreparable: Dealing with the double-binds of making reparations for crimes of the past. Ethnicity and Health, 5(3/4), pp.215-226 [Download]

  • Hamber, B. (2000). Have no doubt it is fear in the land: An exploration of the continuing cycles of violence in South Africa. South African Journal of Child and Adolescent Mental Health, Vol 12 1), pp. 5-18. Reprinted with permission of Zeitschrift für Politische Psychologie [Download]

  • van der Merwe, H., Dewhirst, P. & Hamber, B. (1999). Non-governmental organisations and the Truth and Reconciliation Commission: An impact assessement. Politikon, 26(1), pp.55-79 [Request Copy or Access in the Journal]

  • Hamber, B. (1999). Have no doubt it is fear in the land: An exploration of the continuing cycles of violence in South Africa. Zeitschrift für Politische Psychologie, Jg. 7, Nr. 1+2, pp. 113-128 [Download]

  • Theissen, G. & Hamber, B. (1998). A State of Denial: White South Africans' attitudes to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. Indicator South Africa, 15(1), Autumn, pp. 8-12 [Download]

  • Hamber, B.E. (1998). Living with the Legacy of Impunity: Lessons for South Africa about Truth, Justice and Crime in Brazil. Latin American Report, Volume 13 (2), July-December, pp. 4-16. Centre for Latin American Studies: University of South Africa [Download]

  • Hamber, B.E. (1998). The Burdens of Truth: An Evaluation of the Psychological Support Services and Initiatives undertaken by the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission. American Imago, Volume 55, Number 1, Spring 1998, pp.9-28 [Download]

  • Hamber, B.E. & Terre Blanche, M. (1997). Miracles and Wonders: Towards a new history of the Durban Aquarium. Soziale Wirklichkeit, Vol 1 (1), pp. 27-36 [Request Copy]

  • Terre Blanche, M. & Hamber, B.E. (1996). Between the Shark Tank and the Deep Blue Sea: Incidents from the history of the Durban Aquarium. South African Journal of Psychology, Vol 26, No. 3, pp. 157-161 [Download]

  • Hamber, B.E. & Rock, B.M. (1993). Mental Illness and Human Rights: In Search of Context, Consequence and Effective Care. Rethinking Rights, Number 1, 72-91 [ Download]