Dr. Nedra K. Lee from the Department of Anthropology, University of Massachusetts, Dr. Richard Paul Benjamin from the International Slavery Museum and University of Liverpool, and our very own Dr. Christopher Fennell just announced their new edited series with Routledge, Restorative Justice in Heritage and Archaeology. 

According to the announcement, restorative justice in heritage and archaeology embraces initiatives for reconciliation of past societal transgressions using processes that are multivocal, dialogic, historically informed, community based, negotiated, and transformative. This series will present works that promote the active and often unconventional ways that archaeologists, historians, and heritage scholars are contributing to a process of remaking. Authors will work to define and illuminate the best practices for restorative justice in these fields and to identify how practitioners and their collaborators are working to redress, reconcile, and remake contemporary society.

Follow this initiative through their website, and on Facebook, and learn more about submission requirements and guidelines in the Routledge website.