Participant Info

First Name
Cyanne E
Last Name
Loyle
Country
University
Indiana University
Keywords
Human Rights, Armed Conflict, Transitional Justice, International Law, Civil War
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Personal Info

About Me

My current work focuses on transitional justice adopted both during and after armed conflict. I research the ways that justice processes can be used for good or for evil through political consolidation, political exclusion, social reconciliation, narrative construction, and for economic gain.

I have looked at these issues in East Africa, primarily Rwanda and Uganda. To explore justice in post-conflict democracies, I have conducted field work in Northern Ireland, Turkey, and Nepal.

 

Recent Publications

“Research under fire: Conflict Studies and Researcher trauma” with Alicia Simoni, LMSW. PS: Political Science and Politics (Forthcoming).

“Justice during armed conflict: A new dataset on government and rebel strategies” with Helga Malmin Binningsbø. Journal of Conflict Resolution (Forthcoming).

“Transitional InJustice: Subverting Justice in Transition and Post-Conflict Societies” with Christian Davenport. Journal of Human Rights 15(1) 2016.

“The Northern Ireland Research Initiative: Data on the Troubles from 1968-1998” with Christopher Sullivan and Christian Davenport. Conflict Management and Peace Science. 31(1) February 2014.

“Armed Conflict and Post-Conflict Justice, 1946-2006: A Dataset” with Helga Malmin Binningsbø, Jon Elster and Scott Gates. Journal of Peace Research. 49(5) September 2012.

“The Economic Benefits of Justice: Post-Conflict Justice and Foreign Direct Investment” with Benjamin Appel. Journal of Peace Research. 49(5) September 2012.

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Country Focus
Rwanda, Northern Ireland, Uganda, Nepal, Turkey

Research Areas

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