Participant Info

First Name
Izabela
Last Name
Steflja
Country
USA
University
Tulane University, New Orleans
Keywords
transitional justice, reconciliation, international criminal tribunals, international criminal justice, civil war, ethnic conflict, genocide
Availability
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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