Denisa Kostovicova, Reconciliation by Stealth: How People Talk About War Crimes (Cornell University Press, forthcoming)
James Hughes and Denisa Kostovicova (eds.), Rethinking Reconciliation and Transitional Justice After Conflict (Routledge, 2018)
Denisa Kostovicova et al., “The ‘Digital Turn’ in Transitional Justice Research: Evaluating Image and Text as Data in the Western Balkans,” Comparative South East European Studies, 70(1) 2022: 24-46.
Vesna Bojicic-Dzelilovic, Denisa Kostovicova and Ahmet K. Suerdem, “Persistence of Informal Networks and Liberal Peace-building: Evidence from Bosnia and Herzegovina,” Journal of International Relations and Development 25 2022: 182-209.
Denisa Kostovicova and Eleanor Knott, “Harm, Change and Unpredictability: The Ethics of Interviews in Conflict Research,” Qualitative Research 22(1) 2022: 56-73.
Denisa Kostovicova and Tom Paskhalis, “Gender, Justice and Deliberation: Why Women Don’t Influence Peace-Making,” International Studies Quarterly, 65(2) 2021: 263-276.
Vjollca Krasniqi, Ivor Sokolic and Denisa Kostovicova, “Skirts as Flags: Transitional Justice, Gender and Everyday Nationalism in Kosovo,” Nations and Nationalism, 26(2) 2020: 461-476.
Denisa Kostovicova, Ivor Sokolic and Orli Fridman, “Introduction: Below Peace Agreements: Everyday Nationalism or Everyday Peace?”, Nations and Nationalism 26(2) 2020: 424-430.
Denisa Kostovicova, Vesna Bojicic-Dzelilovic and Marsha Henry, “Drawing on the Continuum: A War and Post-war Political Economy of Gender-based Violence in Bosnia and Herzegovina,” International Feminist Journal of Politics, 22(2) 2020: 250-272.
Denisa Kostovicova, “Transitional Justice and Conflict Studies: Disconnects and Implications,” Journal of Global Security Studies 4(2) 2019: 273–278.
Denisa Kostovicova and Aude Bicquelet, “Norm Contestation and Reconciliation: Evidence from a Regional Transitional Justice Process in the Balkans,” Ethnic and Racial Studies41(4) 2017: 681-700.
Denisa Kostovicova, “Seeking Justice in a Divided Region: Text Analysis of a Regional Civil Society Initiative in the Balkans,” International Journal of Transitional Justice, 11(1) 2017: 154–175.