Professor Anderson Graduate Chair T: 519 661 2111 X 81163 E-mail: email@example.com
Mailing Address: Western University Department of Political Science Graduate Program SSC 4150, 1151 Richmond Street London, ON N6A 5C2
2017, Doctor of Philosophy Candidate, Political Science, The University of Western Ontario (September 2017, forthcoming). Major field (comprehensive) examinations: international relations, political theory, transitional justice. Dissertation: The Problems Facing the International Criminal Court: A Constructivist Analysis through the lens of Africa Committee: Joanna Quinn, Adam Harmes, Valerie Oosterveld
2012, Master of Laws, International Human Rights Law, The University of Exeter, Exeter UK
2010, Masters of Arts, Political Science and Migration and Ethnic Relations, The University of Western Ontario, London
2008, Bachelor of Arts (hons.), Political Science, The University of Western Ontario, London
What explains the problems facing the International Criminal Court? African Perspectives Supervisors: Dr. Joanna Quinn
International Law, Transitional Justice, Human Rights, International Organizations, Post-Colonialism, Feminist Approaches
Conference Presentations/Papers Presented
2017: “Democracy, the Rule of Law, the ICC, and African States.” Canadian Political Science Association, forthcoming (May/June).
2017: “Can international criminal justice norms hold up to regional politics with the African Union? Political Interests, International Norms, and the Future of the International Criminal Court.” International Studies Association, Baltimore, Maryland (Feb.)
2015: “The Prosecutor v. Akeyesu versus The Prosecutor v. Lubanga: A comparative analysis of the prosecution of sexual and gender-based crimes in international criminal law.” Western Law, ‘Law: Helping Hand or Iron Fist?’ London, Ontario (June).
Campus Talks/Guest Lectures
2017: “The ICC and Africa: An Evolving Discourse.” Guest lecture to students in International Law, The University of Western Ontario (March).
2016: “Africa and the ICC: Challenges and Opportunities." Guest lecture to students in Introduction to International Relations (Nov).
2016: “Torture.” Guest lecture to students in International Human Rights, The University of Western Ontario (Feb).
International Law (upper-year)
International Human Rights (third-year)
Introduction to International Relations (second-year)