Research

 

Peer-Reviewed Books

Regional Courts, Domestic Politics, and the Struggle for Human Rights. Forthcoming June 2020. Cambridge University Press.

Violence Against Women and the Law, with David L. Richards. 2015. Routledge.

Peer-Reviewed Articles

“Overlapping Human Rights Institutions: Introducing the Women’s Rights Recommendations Digital Database (WR2D2),” with Courtney Hillebrecht. 2019. Forthcoming at Journal of Peace Research.

Enforcement of Sexual Violence Law in Post-Civil Conflict Societies,” with David Richards. 2018. Conflict Management and Peace Science 35(3): 280-295.

“Torture Allegations as Events Data: Introducing the Ill-Treatment and Torture (ITT) Specific Allegation Data,” with Courtenay R. Conrad and Will H. Moore. 2014. Journal of Peace Research. 51(3):429-438.

“Disaggregating Torture Allegations: Introducing the Ill-Treatment and Torture (ITT) Country-Year Data,” with Courtenay R. Conrad and Will H. Moore. 2013. International Studies Perspectives 14(2): 199-220.

Grants

National Science Foundation Grant, Law and Social Sciences Program. 2018. “Collaborative Research: Examining Compliance with Rights Regimes.” SES-1823804 (UK) & SES-1823771 (Nebraska-Lincoln). Co-Principal Investigator (with Courtney Hillebrecht). Project Award: $269,676 [UK award: $110,354 2018]

Other Publications

Exploring the Consequences of the Normative Gap in Legal Protections Addressing Violence Against Women,” with David Richards. 2018. In The Legal Protection of Women from Violence: Normative Gaps in International Law, eds. Rashida Manjoo and Jackie Jones. New York: Routledge .

Working Papers

“Domestic Politics and the Effectiveness of Regional Human Rights Courts.” Invited to revise and resubmit.

“International Institutional Design and Human Rights: The Case of the Inter-American Human Rights System.” Invited to revise and resubmit.

“From Litigation to Rights: The Case of the European Court of Human Rights,” with Ryan Welch. Under review.

“Lobbying, Access Points, and the Protection of Human Rights,” with Kimberly Fruge and Sean Ehrlich. Under review.

“Post-civil War Egalitarianism: How Ex-combatant Women Become A Politically Active Force for Change,” with Eteri Tsintsadze-Maass. Revising for submission.