1. Introduction: Memory Beyond Borders?
Chapter 2: The International Criminal Court: History and Memory
Chapter 3: The "Distinctly American Internationalism": The United States' Unsigning of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court
Chapter 4: Remaking the ICC for the U.S.: Citizens for Global Solutions' Advocacy
Chapter 5: Gender, Sexual Violence, and International Community: The Fight for and against Gender Justice at the ICC
Chapter 6: Sovereignty/Cosmopolitanism Revisited: The U.S. Military and the International Criminal Court Bibliography Index About the Author
Jennifer Biedendorf is lecturer of communication studies at California State University, Stanislaus.