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Research

Year Title People Involved Publication or Publisher Related Fields
2024 Polarization, Shifting Borders and Liquid Governance Chiara Pierobon Springer Cham European Politics, Global Studies, Human Rights
2023 Ending Gender-Based Violence in Kyrgyzstan Chiara Pierobon Springer Civic Engagement, European Union, Gender, Human Rights, Law and Society, Socialism and Post-Socialism, Violence and Trauma, Women Studies
2020 A. Philip Randolph: Radicalizing Rights at the Intersection of Race and Class Michael W. McCann University of Chicago Press African American, Civil Rights, Human Rights, Justice, Labor, Race and Ethnicity
2020 Evaluating the Criminal Justice Approach to Human Trafficking in Taiwan Ryan Goehrung Journal of Human Trafficking Crime and Criminality, East Asian, Gender, Human Rights, Immigration, Labor, Political Science, Public Law, Public Policy, Punishment
2019 Condemning or Condoning the Perpetrators? International Humanitarian Law and Attitudes toward Wartime Violence Geoffrey P.R. Wallace Law & Social Inquiry Human Rights, Law and Society, Political Science, Violence and Trauma
2019 Violence, Non-violence, and the Effects of International Human Rights Law Geoffrey P.R. Wallace American Journal of Political Science Human Rights, International Relations
2018 Reply: Upholding Human Rights Is Our Shared Responsibility Jamie Mayerfeld University of Pennsylvania Press Human Rights
2018 Summary: Why Constitutional Democracy Requires International Human Rights Law Jamie Mayerfeld University of Pennsylvania Press Human Rights
2017 At Issue: Ethnicity, Violence, and the Narrative of Genocide: The Dangers of a Third-Term in Rwanda Ryan Goehrung African Studies Quarterly Africa, Ethics, Human Rights, Minority and Race Politics, Political Science, Race and Ethnicity, Violence and Trauma
2016 The European Court of Human Rights, Amicus Curiae and Violence against Women Rachel A. Cichowski Law & Society Review Human Rights, Law and Society
2016 The Promise of Human Rights: Constitutional Government, Democratic Legitimacy, and International Law  Jamie Mayerfeld University of Pennsylvania Press Constitutional Law, Human Rights, International Relations
2015 Norms, Perverse Effects, and Torture International Theory Human Rights, International Relations, International Security
2014 “Bluewashing" the Firm?: Voluntary Regulations, Program Design and Member Compliance with the United Nations Global Compact Aseem Prakash Policy Studies Journal Environmental Politics, Human Rights, International Relations, Public Policy
2014 Who Survived? Ethiopia’s Regulatory Crackdown on Foreign-Funded NGOs Aseem Prakash Review of International Political Economy Africa, Human Rights
2013 International Law and Public Attitudes toward Torture Geoffrey P.R. Wallace International Organization Human Rights, International Relations, International Security
2013 Where is the Tipping Point? Bilateral Trade and the Diffusion of Human Rights, 1982-2004 Aseem Prakash British Journal of Political Science, Human Rights
2013 Courts, Advocacy Groups and Human Rights in Europe Rachel A. Cichowski Routledge Courts, European Politics, Human Rights, Legal Mobilization
2012 The Causes of Prisoner Abuse in War Geoffrey P.R. Wallace Journal of Conflict Resolution Human Rights, International Relations, International Security
2012 Aligning Rights and Interests: Why, When, and How to Uphold Labor Standards Christopher Adolph World Bank Human Rights, Labor
2012 U.S. Courts Reject Accountability for Torture Jamie Mayerfeld University of Washington Center for Human Rights Comparative Law, Human Rights, International Relations
2012 The Myth of the Myth of Rights George Lovell Studies in Law, Politics and Society Civil Rights, Human Rights, Law and Society
2012 Measuring Humanity: Rights in the 24th Century Michael W. McCann Oxford: Hart Publishing Human Rights, Law and Society, Media Studies
2011 William J. Talbott Jamie Mayerfeld Springer Human Rights
2011 Civil Society and the European Court of Human Rights Rachel A. Cichowski Oxford University Press Courts, European Politics, Human Rights, Legal Mobilization
2010 Ruthlessness, Impunity, and the Effacement of International Human Rights Law Jamie Mayerfeld Santa Clara Journal of International Law Comparative Law, Human Rights, International Relations

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