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Foreword -- Introduction: Public Media and the Right to Memory: Towards an Encounter with Justice -- Rethinking Justice: Between Public Amnesia and Public Memory -- Images of Disappearance in Argentina: How Films, Photos, and Television Buttress Memory -- East Timor, the United States and Mass Atrocities: Remembering and Forgetting -- Justice, Media and Memory: The South African Transition -- A Time of Mourning: The Politics of Commemorating the Tutsi Genocide in Rwanda -- The European Roma: An Unsettled Right to Memory -- The Chechen Memory of Deportation: From Recalling a Silenced Past to the Political Use of Public Memory -- 'Media memories' in Bosnia and Herzegovina -- Slavery and Emancipation in the Caribbean: Preserving the Public Memory -- Endnote -- Index -- --.