Shea McManus is a Ph.D. candidate in cultural anthropology at The Graduate Center, City University of New York. Her dissertation, entitled “Producing Justice: International Law, Cultures of Suffering, and the Humane Subject in Lebanon,” is a critical ethnography of transitional justice in postwar Lebanon. Drawing on fourteen months of fieldwork with national and international artists, activists, and experts, McManus examines initiatives to document past war crimes, identify victims and perpetrators, highlight experiences of violence and suffering, and pursue justice and reconciliation in Lebanon. Her work contributes to the anthropology of postwar social repair, international law, and humanitarianism.