Readers interested in understanding the intersection of conflict, colonialism, and criminology around the world may enjoy Oxford Transitional Justice Research Seminars. Housed within the University of Oxford's Centre for Criminology, Oxford Transitional Justice Research (OTJR) brings together "an interdisciplinary network of academics," studying a wide variety of themes relating to transitional justice, or the use of judicial and non-judicial measures to redress legacies of human rights abuses. The OTJR brings users an audio database of recorded seminars presented at the Centre from 2009 to present. The seminars feature global leaders who research various themes of human rights issues and carceral responses. Topics span many subjects and locations, such as internal conflict in Peru, land disputes in Sudan, and victimhood in Ireland. Each recording features a different expert lecturer - for example, the November 2019 seminar on "Documenting Crimes in Syria and Iraq" from Sareta Ashraph, a barrister who focuses on international criminal and humanitarian law. Recordings range in length from about 20 to 50 minutes, on average. Readers can listen to the full collection of OTJR Seminars at the link above.