International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY)
Digital Archive Project
The ICTY Digital Archive Project provides access to a range of documents and other records associated with the work of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia. The result of an ongoing collaboration between the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center, the UConn Libraries, the Connecticut Digital Archive, and individual scholars, witnesses, and others involved in the Tribunal, the ICTY Digital Archive Project seeks to make the work of the tribunal accessible to researchers, educators, students, and others. The project continues to work to identify, evaluate, process, and make available additional materials with the goal of advancing a better understanding of the work of the ICTY and the history of the conflict in the former Yugoslavia.
ROBERT DONIA COLLECTION
The documents in the collection were admitted into evidence on July 22, 2010, in the case of The Prosecutor v. Radovan Karadžić, subsequent to being referenced in the testimony of Robert Donia. Robert J. Donia served as an expert witness at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY).
ADDITIONAL COLLECTIONS COMING SOON
PREDRAG DOJČINOVIĆ COLLECTION
The records from The Prosecutor v. Ratko Mladić offer multifaceted historical, political, military, cultural and legal narratives, covering the time frame before, during and after the crime of genocide was committed against the Muslim population of Bosnia and Herzegovina between 1992 and 1995.
The Path to the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center
The following publications outline the call for open ICTY archival access, beginning in 2008.
Gregory Colati, Connecticut Digital Archive
Robert J. Donia, University of Michigan
Predrag Dojčinović, University of Connecticut
Brianna Dyer, University of Connecticut
Emily Kaufman, London School of Economics and Political Science
Michael Kemezis, Connecticut Digital Archive
Glenn Mitoma, Thomas J. Dodd Research Center
Richard Wilson, University of Connecticut