Grants

External grants

2017

“Reentry and Reintegration of Convicted Genocide Perpetrators.” National Science Foundation. $396,055.

"Resisting Genocidal Violence." American Sociological Association Fund for the Advancement of the Discipline. Co-PI with Nicole Fox. $8,000. 


2016

“Enhancing Public Access: Archiving Court Cases to Study Genocide and Transitional Justice.” National Science Foundation. PI with Christopher Uggen (co-PI). $169,095 to Ohio State.

“Triggers of Non-State Mass Killings.” United States Government. With Amanda Robinson.


2015

“Rwanda’s Inyangamugayo.Aegis Trust Rwanda Program on Research, Policy, and Higher Education. With Jean-Damascéne Gasanabo and Donatien Nikuze. $3,780.


“Genocide, Justice, and Rwanda’s Gacaca Courts.” American Sociological Association Fund for the Advancement of the Discipline. PI with Christopher Uggen (co-PI). $6,960.

2014


“Conditions and Courses of Genocide.” National Science Foundation Dissertation Improvement Grant. $12,000.

2013


2012

“Conditions and Courses of Genocide. Midwest Sociological Society Dissertation Grant. $1,500.


“Never Again: Assessing Preconditions of Genocide.” National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship. $123,000.

Vincent Hawkinson Foundation for Peace and Justice Fellowship. $2,000.

2010

 

Internal Grants

“Reentry and Reintegration of Convicted Genocide Perpetrators.” Ohio State Office of International Affairs. $5,000.

"Reentry and Reintegration of Convicted Genocide Perpetrators." Ohio State Social and Behavioral Sciences Small Grant. $4,000. 

Ohio State Social and Behavior Sciences International Travel Grant. $2,000.

“Triggers of Non-State Mass Killings.” Ohio State Mershon Center for International Security Studies Grant. With Amanda Robinson. $12,000.

2017


“Triggers of Non-State Mass Killings.” Ohio State Criminal Justice Research Center. With Amanda Robinson. $8,900.

“Understanding Women Perpetrators of Genocide.” Ohio State Coca Cola Critical Difference for Women Grant.” $4,000

“Transitional Justice in Rwanda.” Ohio State Sociology Department Seed Grant. $19,009.

Ohio State Social and Behavior Sciences International Travel Grant. $2,000.

2016


Ohio State Social and Behavior Sciences International Travel Grant. $1,892.

2015


“Genocide, Justice, and Rwanda’s Gacaca Courts.” Ohio State Mershon Center for International Security Studies Grant. $10,000.

2014


“Conditions and Courses of Genocide.” University of Minnesota Doctoral Dissertation Grant. $22,500 + tuition.

University of Minnesota Council of Graduate Students Grant. $2,000.

2013


“Conditions and Courses of Genocide.” University of Minnesota Dunn Peace Research Scholarship. $2,500.

“Age, Sex, and the Crime of Genocide.” University of Minnesota Graduate Research Partnership Program Grant. $4,500.

University of Minnesota Human Rights Program Grant $1,000.

2012


“Conditions and Courses of Genocide.” University of Minnesota Sociology Department Bright Award. $4,500.

University of Minnesota Sociology Summer Research Grant. $5,000.

2011


University of Minnesota Human Rights and Transitional Justice Grant. $1,000.

2010


University of Minnesota Sociology Summer Research Grant. $5,000.

University of Minnesota Upper Midwest Human Rights Fellowship. $3,500.

2009