N.B. All single authored
- Rape, Sexual Violence and Transitional Justice Challenges: Lessons from Bosnia-Herzegovina (Abingdon: Routledge, September 2017).
- International Trials and Reconciliation: Assessing the Impact of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (Abingdon: Routledge, 2014).
- Serbia in the Shadow of Milošević: The Legacy of Conflict in the Balkans (London: I.B. Tauris, 2008).
Chapters in books
- Resilience, Legal Systems and Transitional Justice. In Michael Ungar (ed.), Systemic Resilience: Adaptation and Transformation in Contexts of Change (Oxford: Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2019/2020).
- The ICTY, Truth and Reconciliation: A Meta Reconceptualization. In Carsten Stahn, Carmel Agius, Serge Brammertz and Colleen Rohan (eds), Legacies of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia: A Multidisciplinary Account (Oxford: Oxford University Press, forthcoming, 2019).
- The Cross, the Crescent and the Bosnian War: The Legacy of Religious Involvement. In Sabrina Petra Ramet (ed), Religion and Politics in Post-Socialist Central and Southeastern Europe: Challenges Since 1989 (Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014), pp.155-179.
- The ‘Ambivalence of the Sacred’: Christianity, Genocide and Reconciliation in Rwanda. In Kenneth Omeje and Tricia Redeker Hepner (eds), Political Conflicts and Peace-building in the African Great Lakes Region (Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 2013), pp.217-234.
- Between Theory and Practice: Conflict Resolution in Rwanda. In Stefan Wolff and Christalla Yakinthou (eds), Conflict Resolution: Theories and Practice (Oxon: Routledge, 2011), pp.187-200.
- The Impact Question: The ICTY and the Restoration and Maintenance of Peace. In Göran Sluiter, Bert Swart and Alexander Zahar (eds), The Legacy of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011), pp.55-80
- Transitional Justice in BiH: The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia.In Lilian Barria and Steven Roper (eds), The Development of Institutions of Human Rights: A Comparative Study (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010), pp.83-97.
- Finding a Voice: Silence and Its Significance for Transitional Justice. Social and Legal Studies (forthcoming, 2019).
- Helping or Harming? NGOs and Victims/-Survivors of Conflict-Related Sexual Violence in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Journal of Human Rights (published online April 2019).
- 'Leaky' Bodies, Connectivity and Embodied Transitional Justice, International Journal of Transitional Justice (published online February 2019.
- Transitional Justice, Education and Sexual Violence Stigma: The Results of a Schools-Based Study in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Journal of Law and Society 45 (2018): 509-537.
- De-Centring Trauma: Conflict-Related Sexual Violence and the Importance of Resilience Discourse,International Journal of Human Rights 22 (2018): 801-821.
- The Destruction of Cultural Heritage in Armed Conflict: The “Human Element” and the Jurisprudence of the ICTY, International Criminal Law Review 18 (2018): 36-66.
- The Vulnerability of the Penis: Sexual Violence against Men in Conflict and Security Frames, Men and Masculinities (published online September 2017)
- Masculinity and Male Survivors of Wartime Sexual Violence: A Bosnian Case Study, Conflict, Security and Development 17 (2017): 287-311.
- Working with Survivors of War Rape and Sexual Violence: Fieldwork Reflections from Bosnia-Hercegovina, Qualitative Research 17 (2017): 424-439.
- Untangling Rape Causation and the Importance of the Micro Level: Elucidating the Use of Mass Rape during the Bosnian War, Ethnopolitics 16 (2017): 388-410.
- Are there “Greener” Ways of doing Transitional Justice? Some Reflections on Srebrenica, Nature and Memorialization, International Journal of Human Rights 20 (2016): 1199-1218.
- The First Rape Conviction at the ICC: An Analysis of the Bemba Judgement, Journal of International Criminal Justice 14 (2016): 667-687.
- In from the Margins: Survivors of Wartime Sexual Violence in Croatia and an Early Analysis of the New Law, Journal of Human Rights Practice 8 (2016): 128-147.
- Transitional Justice as Recognition: An Analysis of the Women's Court in Sarajevo, International Journal of Transitional Justice 10 (2016): 67-87.
- Elucidating the Dolus Specialis: An Analysis of ICTY Jurisprudence on Genocidal Intent, Criminal Law Forum 26 (2015): 497-531.
- International Criminal Courts and Normative Legitimacy: An Achievable Goal? – International Criminal Law Review 15 (July 2015): 763-783.
- ‘Specific Direction’ and the Fragmentation of International Jurisprudence on Aiding and Abetting: Perišić and Beyond, International Criminal Law Review 15 (June 2015): 411-451.
- Making Sense of Wartime Rape: A Multi-Causal and Multi-Level Analysis, Ethnopolitics 13 (July 2014): 461-482.
- A Crime of Identity: Rape and Its Neglected Victims, Journal of Human Rights 13(May 2014): 146-169.
- Kosovo’s Gordian Knot: The Contested North and the Imperative of Finding a Solution, Nationalities Papers 42 (April 2014): 526-547.
- Giving Peace a Chance: Croatia’s Branitelji and the Imperative of Reintegration, Europe-Asia Studies 65 (December 2013): 1931-1953.
- Normalization through (Re)Integration: Returnees and Settlers in Post-Conflict Croatia, International Journal of Human Rights 17 (October-December 2013): 707-722.
- Does Bosnia Need a TRC? Some Reflections on its Possible Design, Ethnopolitics 12 (September 2013): 225-246.
- Reconciliation through Remembrance? War Memorials and the Victims of Vukovar, International Journal of Transitional Justice 7 (May 2013): 116-135.
- Courting Controversy: The ICTY’s Acquittal of Croatian Generals Gotovina and Markač, Journal of International Criminal Justice 11 (April 2013): 399-423.
- Fieldwork and its Ethical Challenges: Reflections from Research in Bosnia, Human RightsQuarterly 34 (August 2012): 823-839.
- Reconciliation via Truth? A Study of South Africa’s TRC, Journal of Human Rights 11 (June 2012): 189-209.
- The ICTY and Reconciliation in Croatia: A Case Study of Vukovar, Journal of International Criminal Justice 10 (April 2012): 397-422.
- The ‘Crime of Crimes’: Genocide, Criminal Trials and Reconciliation, Journal of Genocide Research 14 (March 2012): 1-23.
- Youth Violence in South Africa: The Case for a Restorative Justice Response, Contemporary Justice Review 15 (March 2012): 77-95.
- Reflections on Trust and Reconciliation: A Case-Study of a Central Bosnian Village, International Journal of Human Rights 16 (January 2012): 239-256.
- Religious Peace-Building in South Africa: From Potential to Practice, Ethnopolitics 10 (September 2011): 345-365.
- UN Peacekeeping in the Democratic Republic of Congo: Reflections on MONUSCO and Its Contradictory Mandate, Journal ofInternational Peacekeeping 15 (June 2011): 363-383.
- Justice, Peace and the International Criminal Court: Limitations and Possibilities, Journal of International Criminal Justice 9 (July 2011): 521-545.
- Transitional Justice, Truth and Reconciliation: An Under-Explored Relationship, International Criminal Law Review 11 (April 2011): 241-261.
- Missing Persons, Reconciliation and the View from Below: A Case-Study of Bosnia-Hercegovina, Southeast European and Black Sea Studies 10 (December 2010): 425-442.
- The State Court of Bosnia and Hercegovina: A Path to Reconciliation? Contemporary Justice Review 13 (December 2010): 371-390.
- Education in Bosnia-Hercegovina: The Case for Root-and-Branch Reform, Journal of Human Rights 9(September 2010): 344-362.
- Religion and Reconciliation in Bosnia and Hercegovina: Are Religious Actors Doing Enough? Europe-Asia Studies 62 (June 2010): 371-394
- National Unity and Reconciliation in Rwanda: A Flawed Approach? Journal of Contemporary African Studies 28 (April 2010): 137-154.
- The ICC, Uganda and the LRA: Re-Framing the Debate, African Studies 69 (April 2010): 141-160.
- Bosnia’s Success Story? Brčko District and the ‘View from Below’, International Peacekeeping 17 (March 2010): 67-79.
- Genocide, War Crimes and the Conflict in Bosnia: Understanding the Perpetrators, Journal of Genocide Research 11 (December 2009): 421-445.
- From Negative to Positive Peace: The Case of Bosnia and Hercegovina, Journal of Human Rights 8 (December 2009): 360-384.
- The Limits of Retributive Justice: Findings of an Empirical Study in Bosnia and Hercegovina, Journal of International Criminal Justice 7 (July 2009): 463-487.
- Judging the ICTY: Has It Achieved Its Objectives? Journal of Southeast European and Black Sea Studies 9(June 2009): 123-142.
- Plea Bargaining at the ICTY: Guilty Pleas and Reconciliation, European Journal of International Law 20 (April 2009): 415-436.
- Learning from the Past: Three Lessons from the Rwandan Genocide, African Studies 68(April 2009): 1-28.
- International War Crimes Tribunals and the Challenge of Outreach, International Criminal Law Review 9 (March 2009): 99-116.
- The Three Rs: Retributive Justice, Restorative Justice, and Reconciliation, Contemporary Justice Review 11(December 2008): 331-350.
- Collective Guilt, Collective Responsibility and the Serbs, East European Politics and Societies 22 (May 2008): 668-692.
- Vojislav Koštunica – Some Reflections on His Time as Serbian Premier, Journal of Southern Europe and the Balkans 10 (March 2008): 31-46.
- The Death of Milošević: Exploring the Public Reaction in Serbia, Journal of Southeast European and Black Sea Studies 7 (December 2007): 591-608.
- National Minorities and the Milošević Regime, Nationalities Papers 35 (May 2007): 317-334.
- Milošević and the View from Below: Exploring How He Is Seen by His Own People, Balkanistica 20 (April 2007): 1-27.
Engaging Young People in the Fight against Sexual Violence Stigma: Results from a Schools-Focused Project in Bosnia and Herzegovina (2017).
Angažovanje mladih u borbi protiv stigme seksualnog nasilja: rezultati projekta orijentisanog na srednje škole u Bosni i Hercegovini (2017).
Clark, J.N. (2019). ‘Disappearance’ (4 March 2019), available at: https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/schools/law/research/projects/csrs/stories/disappearance.aspx
Clark, J.N. (2019). ‘On Vortices’ (4 February 2019), available at: https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/schools/law/research/projects/csrs/stories/on-vortices.aspx
Clark, J.N. (2018). ‘The Importance of Enabling Movement: Some Reflections from the PSVI Film Festival’ (10 December 2018), available at: https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/schools/law/research/projects/csrs/stories/psvi-film-festival.aspx
Clark, J.N. (2018). ‘Sunday at the Vrbas’ (12 November 2018), available at: https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/schools/law/research/projects/csrs/stories/sunday-at-the-vrbas.aspx
Clark, J.N. (2018). ‘The Blending of Time’ (29 October 2018), available at: https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/schools/law/research/projects/csrs/stories/the-blending-of-time.aspx
Clark. J.N. (2018). ‘The Importance of a Hug’ (17 September 2018), available at: https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/schools/law/research/projects/csrs/news/2018/the-importance-of-a-hug.aspx
Clark, J.N. (2018). ‘The Ugandan Heart’ (11 April 2018), available at: https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/schools/law/research/projects/csrs/stories/the-ugandan-heart.aspx
Clark, J.N. (2018). ‘Resilience and Faith’ (5 April 2018), available at: https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/schools/law/research/projects/csrs/stories/resilience-and-faith.aspx
Clark, J.N. (2018). ‘Processes of Healing’ (5 April 2018), available at: https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/schools/law/research/projects/csrs/stories/processes-of-healing.aspx
Clark, J.N. (2018). ‘Where Roads Lead’ (5 April 2018), available at: https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/schools/law/research/projects/csrs/stories/where-roads-lead.aspx
Clark, J.N. (2018). ‘Layers of Storytelling’ (19 March 2018), available at: https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/schools/law/research/projects/csrs/stories/layers-of-storytelling.aspx
Clark, J.N. (2018). ‘New Perspectives’ (8 March 2018), available at: https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/schools/law/research/projects/csrs/stories/new-perspectives.aspx
Clark, J.N. (2018). ‘Rape and Reconnecting with One’s Body’ (5 March 2018), available at: https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/schools/law/research/projects/csrs/stories/rape-and-reconnecting-with-ones-body.aspx
Clark, J.N. (2018). ‘Dimensionality and Victimhood’ (26 February 2018), available at: https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/schools/law/research/projects/csrs/stories/dimensionality-and-victimhood.aspx
Clark, J.N. (2018). ‘Resilience in the Colombian Context’ (26 February 2018), available at: https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/schools/law/research/projects/csrs/stories/resilience-in-the-colombian-context.aspx
Clark, J.N. (2018). ‘Time and Transitional Justice’ (15 February 2018), available at: https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/schools/law/research/projects/csrs/stories/time-and-transitional-justice.aspx
Clark, J.N. (2017). ‘Fighting Rape Stigma in Bosnia-Herzegovina: The Critical Role of Education’ (17 July 2017), available at: https://blog.bham.ac.uk/thinkresearch/2017/07/fighting-rape-stigma-in-bosnia-herzegovina-the-critical-role-of-education/
Clark, J.N. (2016). ‘In the Fight against Rape in Bosnia-Herzegovina, where are the Men?’ (25 July 2016), Women’s Media Centre, available at: http://www.womenundersiegeproject.org/blog/entry/in-the-fight-against-rape-in-bosnia-herzegovina-where-are-the-men
Clark, J.N. (2016). ‘The Bemba Judgement and “Justice” for Survivors of Rape and Sexual Violence’, Sexual Violence Research Initiative (15 July 2016), available at: http://www.svri.org/blog/bemba-judgement-and-%E2%80%98justice%E2%80%99-survivors-rape-and-sexual-violence
Clark, J.N. (2016). ‘Rape and Sexual Violence in War: The Vexing Issue of Causation and Some Reflections from Bosnia’, LSE Engenderings (16 April 2016), available at: https://blogs.lse.ac.uk/gender/2016/04/20/rape-and-sexual-violence-in-war-the-vexing-issue-of-causation-and-some-reflections-from-bosnia/