Program Area(s): International Relations
Regional Specialization(s): Latin America; Europe; Africa
Subfield Specialties: Law and Politics
Justice Cooperatives: Explaining state attituteds toward the International Criminal Court
Dissertation Committee: Will Reno (chair); Rachel Riedl; Ana Arjona
Research Interests: International relations; International criminal law; International criminal courts; Foreign policy & multilateral diplomacy; Politics of the European Union.
- “Jus Pro Bello: The Impact of International Prosecutions on War Continuation,” forthcoming on Washington International Law Journal.
- “After Ratification: Predicting State Compliance with ICC Treaty Obligations,” currently under review.
- “Coercing Compliance with the ICC: Empirical Assessment and Theoretical Implications.” Michigan State International Law Review, Volume 24, Issue 2 (2016): 357-432
- “Odd Friends: Rethinking the Relationship between the ICC and State Sovereignty,” NYU Journal of International Law and Politics, Volume 49, Issue 2 (2017): 339-387.
- “Pricing Identity: Trade, Soft Power and Chinese Development in the Global South,” co-authored with Elizabeth Linn.
- “Justice Cooperatives: Explaining state attitudes toward the International Criminal Court."
- External consultat and principal researcher on Rwanda and Sudan-Darfur, International Diplomatic Academy of Paris, summer 2015
- University Fellowship, Northwestern University, 2012-2013 & 2016-2017
- Graduate Student Dissertation Research Award, Buffett Institute for Global Studies, Northwestern University, $2,500 (2014) & $ 5,000 (2016) awarded for preliminary fieldwork in The Hague, Addis Ababa, New York City, and Washington D.C.
- Hans E. Panofsky Pre-dissertation Research Award, Program of African Studies (PAS), Northwestern University $ 1,250 (2014) & $ 2,000 (2016) awarded for fieldwork in Ethiopia, Colombia, and Côte d’Ivoire
- Conference Travel Grants: Northwestern University: $ 3,350 (as of January 2018)
- Dispute Resolution Research Center (DRRC) Grant Award, Kellogg School of Management: $ 7,180 awarded for fieldwork in Colombia, Côte d’Ivoire, and Guinea (2016)
- Guyer-Virmani Award, Program of African Studies (PAS), Northwestern University: $ 400 (2017)