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James N. Rosenau Post-Doctoral Fellowship 2015-2016 Recipient

The International Studies Association is pleased to announce that Kerry Crawford, Assistant Professor of Political Science at James Madison University, is the recipient of the 2015-2016 James N. Rosenau Post-Doctoral Fellowship.  The Rosenau Fellowship will allow Professor Crawford to spend the academic year further developing her research agenda, as well as collaborating with ISA HQ on a number of projects.

Kerry Crawford received her Ph.D. in political science from George Washington University in 2014. She also holds a B.A. in political science from St. Mary’s College of Maryland (2007). Her teaching and research interests include international affairs, sexual violence in war, human security, international ethics, and gender in peacekeeping. Dr. Crawford’s current book manuscript examines the way in which advocacy groups and foreign policy decision-makers defined sexual violence as a weapon of war in order to gain broad international political support for efforts to prevent and mitigate sexual violence. Her research agenda also includes projects exploring the concept of human security, the expanding role of women in peacekeeping, and public opinion on civilian casualties in war.

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Claudia Risner
Monday, September 21, 2015 5:52 AM

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