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Speaker Biography

Dr Kirsten Campbell

Kirsten Campbell lectures in the Department of Sociology, Goldsmiths, University of London, where she teaches sociology of law and social theory. She is also the Director of the Research Unit for Global Justice. Kirsten’s current research examines the prosecution of sexual violence in armed conflict under international criminal law, focusing upon the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia. Kirsten has researched and published extensively in this area, including ASPASIA, The International Journal of Transitional Justice, Social and Legal Studies, Signs, and The Journal of Human Rights. Kirsten’s research builds upon a number of funded empirical projects, including the ESRC project, ‘The Legal Regulation of Armed Conflict’, and her international collaborative work on transitional justice mechanisms, ‘Spanish Bones, Bosnian Ghosts’ (ERC), comparing post-conflict mechanisms in Spain and Bosnia and the ‘Codification of Trauma in Humanitarian Law’ (Wenner Gren Foundation), a study of the legal shaping of memory.


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