International Criminal Justice Review
This epilogue unpacks the return of convicted war criminals as homecomings, with all the attendant rites, rituals, and expectations. Knotting together the various papers in this edited collection, this paper examines how the international community constructs an ideal homecoming and, in turn, how such a construction may simply be fanciful.
Mark A. Drumbl, Epilogue: Homecoming Kings, Queens, Jesters, and Nobodies, 28 Int’l Crim. Just. Rev. 438 (2018).