Regional Courts, Domestic Politics, and the Struggle for Human Rights. 2020. Cambridge University Press.
- Replication Files (coming soon)
- Blog post at the Monkey Cage
“Overlapping Human Rights Institutions: Introducing the Women’s Rights Recommendations Digital Database (WR2D2),” with Courtney Hillebrecht. 2020. Forthcoming at Journal of Peace Research. DOI: 10.1177/0022343319897954
“International Institutional Design and Human Rights: The Case of the Inter-American Human Rights System.” 2019. Conflict Management and Peace Science 36(6): 608-625.
“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.
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]
“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.
“From Litigation to Rights: The Case of the European Court of Human Rights,” with Ryan Welch. Invited to revise and resubmit.
“International Human Rights Recommendations at Home: Women’s Rights Recommendations Digital Database: Compliance (WR2D2: Compliance),” with Courtney Hillebrecht and Hannah Read. Under review.
“Post-civil War Egalitarianism: How Ex-combatant Women Become A Politically Active Force for Change,” with Eteri Tsintsadze-Maass. Revising for submission.