Participant Info

First Name
Last Name
Tulane University, New Orleans
transitional justice, reconciliation, international criminal tribunals, international criminal justice, civil war, ethnic conflict, genocide
Media Contact

Personal Info

About Me
  • Community-level perceptions of international criminal trials in the aftermath of mass violence and human rights violations
  • Legitimacy and accountability of international institutions (ICC, ICTY, ICTR) to local populations
  • International justice and development
  • International justice and democracy
  • International justice and nationalism
  • Identities and boundaries in post-conflict contexts
  • Justice and memory
  • Intersectionality of nationalism and gender


Recent Publications

2015   “To History or to Hollywood? Monuments to Foreign Celebrities in Twenty-First Century Balkans.” Europe-Asia Studies 67 (8): 1302-1327.

2015   “International Criminal Justice and Regime Change: The Stunted Transition.” Simons Working Paper Series in Security and Development 43.

2013   (with J. T. Darden) “Making Civilian Casualties Count: Approaches to Documenting the Human Cost of War.” Human Rights Review 14(4): 347-366.




Media Coverage
Country Focus
Rwanda, Bosnia, Serbia

Research Areas

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