Women Studying Violence Conference 2019
Friday, December 6 and Saturday, December 7
Please let us know which panel sessions you plan to attend. Seating is limited and attendees are expected to read papers in advance of the panel and participate in the discussion.
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Please let us know what panels you would like to attend.
Panel 1 - Friday, December 6 (10am to 12pm)
Sandra Ley, Center for Research and Teaching in Economics (CIDE)
“Rewriting Violence: Risk Effects and the Targeting of Journalists in Mexico’s Criminal Conflict.”
Janice Gallagher, Rutgers-Newark
“Activating Citizenship: Why Individuals Mobilize in the Face of Grave Human Rights Abuses.”
Gema Kloppe-Santamaría, Loyola University Chicago
“Religion, Violence, and the Secular State in Post-Revolutionary Mexico.”
Panel 2 - Friday, December 6 (10am to 12pm)
Chelsea Estancona, University of South Carolina
“Rebel Primary Commodity Markets, Price Shocks, and Supplier Victimization.”
Minju Kwon, University of Notre Dame
“Blacklisted Rebels: Signing UN Action Plans for Children”
Helen Kras, University of Kentucky
“Blaming the State: The Effect of Intimate Partner Violence Victimization on Political Judgments”
Panel 3 - Friday, December 6 (3pm to 5pm)
Rachel Sweet, University of Notre Dame, Keough School
“Knowing What We Don't: The Problem of (Mis)Attributing Civil War Violence.”
Amelia Hoover Green, Drexel University & Human Rights Data Analysis Group
“Reconsidering Civil War Onset.”
Panel 4 - Friday, December 6 (3pm to 5pm)
Lucía Tiscornia, Center for Research and Teaching in Economics (CIDE)
“Security Sector Reform and Its Consequences: Police Militarization and Violence in the Aftermath of Armed Conflict.”
Leslie MacColman, University of Notre Dame
“The Politics of Urban Violence and Police Reform in Buenos Aires, Argentina.”
Shannon Walsh, University of Minnesota Duluth
“The Impact of Transnational Advocacy Networks on Gendered Political Institutions: The Creation and Closure of Women’s Police Stations in Nicaragua and their Absence in Guatemala”
Panel 5 - Saturday, December 7 (9am to 11am)
Sasha Klyachkina, University of Wisconsin – Madison
“Post-Conflict Governance: Divergent Legacies of Civil War in Post-Soviet Chechnya.”
Angélica Durán-Martínez, University of Massachusetts-Lowell
“Negotiations with criminal, non-insurgent armed groups in Latin America.”
Angela Lederach, University of Notre Dame
“Too Much Prisa”: The Theatrics of State Care and the Politics of Peacebuilding
Panel 6 - Saturday, December 7 (9am to 11am)
Catriona Standfield, Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, Notre Dame
“Art or Science? Constructing Knowledge about Gender in United Nations Mediation.”
Abby Córdova, Kellogg Visiting Fellow and University of Kentucky
“State Absence and Violence against Women: How Gangs’ Territorial Control Exacerbates Gendered Crimes in El Salvador.”
Adela Cedillo, Kellogg Visiting Fellow
“Indigenous Female Guerrillas: A Case of Disruption of Class, Gender, and Ethnicity Hierarchies in Mexico’s Sierra Tarahumara during the 1970s.”
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