Books

Grassroots Activism and the Evolution of Transitional Justice: The Families of the Disappeared. (2017, Cambridge University Press)

Truth Recovery and Transitional Justice. Deferring Human Rights, (2014, Routlege)

Journal Articles

‘Crisis and Punishment? Explaining Politicians’ Appetite for Retribution in Post-Crisis Europe’, Comparative Politics (forthcoming), with Stefano Pagliari

The Perils Of Accountability After Crisis: Ambiguity, Policy Legacies, And Value Trade-Offs’, Cambridge Review of International Affairs, in Press 2020, with Nadia Hilliard and Neophytos Loizides

‘Explaining Disappearances as a Tool of Political Terror’, International Political Science Review, International Political Science Review, 40, no. 3 (2019): pp.437-452. (with Paloma Aguilar)

‘Truth Commissions after Economic Crises: Political Learning or Blame Game?’, Political Studies,  66(1), pp.173-191 (2018), (with Shaun McDaid & Ragnar Hjalmarsson)

Exposure to Violence and Attitudes Towards Transitional Justice‘, Political Psychology, 39(2), pp.345-363 (2017), (with Jonathan Hall, Djordje Stefanovic & Neophytos Loizides)

Death as the Border. Managing Missing Migrants and Unidentified Bodies at the EU’s Mediterranean FrontierPolitical Geography, (2016),Vol.55, pp 40-49, (with Simon Robins)

The Greek Debt Crisis and Southern Europe. Majoritarian Pitfalls?’, Comparative Politics, (2014), Vol.47(1), pp.1-20 (with Neophytos Loizides)

Explaining Prolonged Silences in Transitional Justice. The Disappeared in Cyprus and Spain, Comparative Political Studies, (2013) Vol.46, pp. 730-756

Cultures of Rioting and Anti-Systemic Movements in Southern Europe’, West European Politics, (2012), vol.35(4), pp. 707-725 (with Katia Andronikidou)

Delinkage Processes and Grassroots Movements in Transitional Justice’, Cooperation and Conflict, (2012), Vol. 47(1), pp.88-105

Protracted Peace processes. Policy Unlearning and the Cyprus Debacle’, Ethnopolitics, (2012), Vol. 11, No. 4, 406–423 (with Neophytos Loizides)

Non-Apologies and Prolonged Silences in Post Conflict Settings’, Time and Society, (2012), Vol.21(1), pp.71-88 (with Kathleen Ireton)

Delaying truth recovery for missing persons’, Nations and Nationalism, (2011), Vol. 17(3), pp.520-540 (with Neophytos Loizides)

The UN’s Moral Responsibility in the ‘Spill-Over’ of Genocide from Rwanda to the Democratic Republic of Congo, The African Journal of International and Comparative Law, (2011), Vol.19(1), pp.145-163

Federalism, Reconciliation and Power Sharing, Federal Governance’ Federal Governance, (2010), 8 (2). pp. 1-14 (guest editor with Neophytos Loizides and Kathleen Ireton)

‘The Parliamentary Election in Greece, October 2009, Electoral Studies, (2010), Vol.29(2), pp.293-296

Unearthing the Truth The Politics of Exhumations in Cyprus and Spain’, History and Anthropology, (2008), Vol.19(4), pp.371-390

Book Chapters & Online Entries (peer-reviewed)

‘Post-Conflict Transitional Justice’ (2016), Oxford Bibliographies in International Relations, Patrick James (Ed), New York: Oxford University Press

Katherine Stefatos and Iosif Kovras, (2015) ‘Buried Silences of the Greek Civil War’, in Necropolitics: Mass Graves and Exhumations in the Age of Human Rights. Francisco Ferrándiz and Antonius Robben (eds), University of Pennsylvania Press (Human Rights Series) pp.161-184

Iosif Kovras and Simon Robins, (2017) ‘Missing Migrants: Deaths at Sea and Addressing Migrant Bodies in Lesbos’, Migrating Borders and Moving Times: Temporality and the Crossing of Borders in Europe (eds) Hastings Donnan, Madeleine Hurd, and Carolin Leutloff-Grandits (Manchester University Press)

Policy Briefings

Addressing Migrant Bodies on Europe’s Southern Frontier An agenda for research and practice [with Simon Robins and Anna Vallianatou] (translated in Arabic)

Work in Progress

‘Individual Accountability in the International Economic Policymaking after the Financial Crisis’  (with Stefano Pagliari)

The Road not Taken: Learning and accountability after the crisis in the EU’ (with Mustafa Kutlay)

Book Reviews

Book Review of Adam Rosenblatt, ‘Digging for the Disappeared: Forensic Science after Atrocity’ Stanford University Press, Human Rights Review (2016)

Book Review of Antonis Ellinas, The Media and the Far Right in Western Europe. Playing the Nationalist Card, Cambridge University Press, Journal of Politics (2013) [also reviewed for The Athens Review of Books [in Greek]

Book Review of Jennifer Lind, Sorry States: Apologies in International Politics, The Athens Review of Books [in Greek] (2010)

Book Review of Omar Encarnación, Spanish Politics. Democracy after Dictatorship’, Cyprus Review, (2009) Vol.21(1), pp.259-261