Scholars

One of the purposes of this platform for supranational criminology is to set up a research network in order to stimulate academic debate and cooperation. This can be achieved by creating a database of scholars whose knowledge is valuable to the interdisciplinary field of supranational criminology. The database will contain the following information on each scholar:

·        Name

·        Affiliation

·        Contact details (optional)

·        Research interest

 

Scholars who are interested can join the research network for supranational criminology by sending the required information to the following email address: info@supranationalcriminology.org

 

 

Index of Scholars in Alphabetical Order.

A

Agirre, Xabier

 

Analyst at the office of the prosecutor of the international criminal court,

The Hague, the Netherlands

Xabier.agirre@icc-cpi.int

R.I.: Methodologies for criminal investigation, international crimes in Africa, prosecutorial

discretion and modes of liability under international criminal law, ICC.

 

Alvanou, Maria

 

Lecturer of Criminology

Hellenic Police Officers Academy of Athens,

Postdoc in the Criminology Sector of the Sociology Department-Panteion

University of Athens, Greece

mariaalvanou@yahoo.gr 

R.I.: international terrorism, criminological perspectives on suicide terrorism, jihadism, aviation terrorism, torture, crimes against women.

 

Alvarez, Alex

 

Professor at the Department of Criminal Justice
Northern Arizona University (USA)
alex.alvarez@nau.edu

R.I.: Genocide

 

Anderson, Kjell

PhD-student

Irish Centre for Human Rights

National University of Ireland, Calway, Ireland

Anderson.kjell@gmail.com

R.I.: criminology, genocide

 

Antonopoulos, Georgios A.

 

Lecturer in Criminology

School of Social Sciences & Law, University of Teesside (UK)

g.antonopoulos@tees.ac.uk

R.I: Ethnicity, crime & justice, illegal markets

 

Anzit Guerrero, Ramiro

 

Professor in Criminal Law and Penal Sciences

University del Salvador

University del Museo Social Argentino

Buenos Aires, Argentina

ramiro_anzitguerrero@yahoo.com.ar

R.I.: International Terrorism

 

Aronowitz, Alexis A.

Assistant Professor
University College Utrecht
a.a.aronowitz@uu.nl

R.I.: domestic and international human trafficking and violent hate crimes in countries throughout the OSCE region.

 

Asquith, Linda

 

PhD candidate

University of Huddersfield, United Kingdom

linda.asquith@blueyonder.co.uk

R.I.: victimisation experiences of genocide survivors.

 

B

 

Balint, Jennifer

 

Convenor, Socio-Legal Studies Program

Department of Criminology, Melbourne University (Australia)

jbalint@unimelb.edu.au

 

Barak, Gregg

 

Prof. of Criminology & Criminal Justice

AAUP Grievance Officer

Eastern Michigan University

gbarak@emich.edu

R.I.: State Crime

 

Bajpai, G.S.

Professor of Criminology and Law

National Law Institute University

Bhopal (MP)  India

gsbajpai@rediffmail.com

R.I.: Criminology

 

Belli, Roberta

PhD Candidate/Research Assistant
Program of Doctoral Studies in Criminal Justice
The City University of New York (NY, USA)
rbelli@jjay.cuny.edu
R.I.: International Criminal Justice, International and Transnational
Crimes, Criminological and Criminal Justice Theories, Situational
Crime Prevention.

 

Bijleveld, Catrien

Professor of Criminology/senior researcher

Depart. Criminal Law and Criminology, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam/ NSCR (the Netherlands)

CBijleveld@nscr.nl

R.I.: Genocide, violent offending, research methodology

 

Bohlander, Michael

Professor in the Department of Law

Director Centre of Criminal Law and Criminal Justice

Durham University (United Kingdom)

Michael.bohlander@durham.ac.uk

R.I.: international criminal justice, comparative criminal law, rule of law, transitional justice, judiciary and legal profession

 

Boone, Miranda

 

Associate professor Criminal Law and Criminology

Department of Criminal Law and Criminology

Utrecht University, the Netherlands

m.boone@law.uu.nl

R.I.: International criminal tribunals (legitimacy and efficiency)

 

Borgers, Matthias

Professor of Criminal Law

Department of Criminal Law and Criminology

VU University Amsterdam, the Netherlands

m.j.borgers@rechten.vu.nl

R.I.: terrorism, (international) criminal law

 

Borum, Randy

Professor at the College of Behavioral and Community Sciences

University of South Florida, USA

borum@bcs.usf.edu

R.I.: Terrorism & Violent Extremism; Irregular Warfare; Nonstate Armed Groups; Intelligence & Global Security

Boven, Theo van

Em. Professor of International Law

Department of international law

Maastricht University, the Netherlands

Th.vanboven@ir.unimaas.nl

R.I.: Human rights and international law

 

Brannigan, Augustine

Professor of Sociology

University of Calgary

branniga@ucalgary.ca

R.I.: International Humanitarian Law, Control Theory, Social Psychology and Sociology of Science

 

Breuker, Lennert

 

Researcher International Public Law,

Faculty of Law Leiden University (The Netherlands)

L.R.Breuker@law.leidenuniv.nl

R.I.: State Criminal responsibility, State/system/collective criminality, criminology, sociology

 

Brouwer, Anne-Marie de

Associate Professor (international) criminal law

Department of Criminal Law

Tilburg University, The Netherlands
A.L.M.deBrouwer@uvt.nl

R.I.: International criminal law, sexual offences

 

Brown, Mark

Assistant Professor in Criminology

Department Political Science, Criminology and Sociology
University of Melbourne, Australia

mark.brown@unimelb.edu.au

R.I.: penalty, corrections and colonial penal history.

 

Bunt, Henk van de

Professor of Criminology

Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands

vandebunt@frg.eur.nl

R.I.: Organizational Crime

 

C

 

Carmen, Alex del

Associate Professor and Chair
Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice
The University of Texas at Arlington
adelcarmen@uta.edu
R.I.:  International crimes, law enforcement assessment, crime prevention, racial profiling

 

Carver, Lucy

PhD candidate in International Criminal Justice

School of Law, University of Nottingham (UK)

Llxlc6@nottingham.ac.uk

R.I.: International Criminal Justice, Penal Theory, Criminology, Causes of International Crime, Crime Prevention, ICC.

 

Cassese, Antonio

Professor of International Law

Department of Studies on the State

University of Florence (Italy)

cassesea@tin.it

R.I.: International Criminal Law

 

Chambliss, William J.

Professor of Sociology

George Washington University (USA)

Chamblisw@aol.com

R.I.: state crime

 

Cleiren, Tineke

 

Professor of Criminal Law

Depart. Criminal law and criminology, Leiden University, the Netherlands

c.p.m.cleiren@law.leidenuniv.nl

R.I.: (International) criminal law

 

Cunneen, Chris

Professor of Criminology

Newsouth Global Chair in Criminology, Faculty of Law

University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia

c.cunneen@unsw.edu.au

R.I.: indigenous people, hate crime, policing, restorative justice 

 

Cupido, Marjolein

PhD student

Department of Criminal law and Criminology

VU University Amsterdam

m.cupido@rechten.vu.nl

R.I.: international criminal law, judicial interpretation and law-making, modes of liability, crimes against humanity.

 

D

 

Darke, Sacha

 

Senior lecturer and assistant professor in Criminology

Department Social and Political Studies

University of Westminster, United Kingdom

S.Darke@westminster.ac.uk

R.I.: Comparative criminology; crime prevention and prison regimes in England and Wales and Brazil; transnational policing in Europe.

 

Deitelhoff, Nicole

Research fellow at the Peace Research Institute Frankfurt

Research fellow at ZIT, University of Technology, Darmstadt

Germany

deitelhoff@hsfk.de

R.I.: democratization and domestic peace

 

Dorn, Nicholas

 

Research fellow School of social sciences, Cardiff University, Great Britain/ associate prof. Of

Criminology, Erasmus University, Rotterdam, the Netherlands

dornn@cardiff.ac.uk

R.I.: Criminology, terrorism and security policies

 

Dost, Maik

 

PhD-researcher at the GK Gruppenbezogene Menschenfeindlichkeit, Phillipps-Universität

Marburg (Germany)

dost@criminologia.de

R.I.: Bystanders, organized crime, repressive crime, crime of the powerful and macro

criminality

 

Drumbl, Mark

Associate professor of Law and Ethan Allen Faculty Fellow

Washington & Lee University, School of Law

DrumblM@wlu.edu

R.I.: Atrocity trails, punishment and transitional justice

 

Duyne, Petrus van

Professor of Criminology

University of Tilburg (the Netherlands)

Petrus@uvt.nl

R.I.: Organized Crime

E

 

Eijkman, Quirine

Independent Researcher

eijkmanqam@hotmail.com

R.I.: Human Rights implementation, international criminal law, security, police and prison studies

 

Ewald, Uwe

Max Planck Institute Freiburg (Germany) / ICTY, The Hague (The Netherlands)

uweewald@web.de

R.I.: transitional justice, sentencing

F

 

Michelle Farrell

 

Doctoral Candidate
Irish Centre for Human Rights

National University of Ireland, Galway

michellenifhearail@gmail.com

R.I.: Prohibition of torture, counter-terrorism, international human rights law, international criminal law

 

Fijnaut, Cyrille

Professor at the Faculty of Law

Tilburg University, the Netherlands

c.j.c.f.fijnaut@uvt.nl

R.I.: Comparative criminal law, international criminal law, police and criminal justice, organised crime

 

Flinterman, Cees

Professor of human rights law

Director of the Netherlands Institute of Human Rights

Utrecht University, the Netherlands

E-mail: c.flinterman@law.uu.nl

R.I.: Human Rights, women’s rights and human rights in Africa.

 

Foster, Don

 

Professor in psychology

Psychology department

University of Cape Town

Cape town, South Africa

donald.foster@uct.ac.za

R.I.: perpetrators of international crimes 

 

Friedrichs, David

 

Professor at the Department of sociology/criminal justice

University of Scranton, Pennsylvania (USA)

friedrichsd1@Scranton.edu

R.I.: crimes of states, global forms of white collar crime, crimes of international financial institutions

 

Fronza, Emanuela

Professor in international criminal law

Department of law

University of Trento, Italy

fronza@jus.unitn.it

R.I.: supranational criminal law and comparative criminal law

 

Fujiwara, Hiroto

Office of the prosecutor

International Criminal Tribunal of the former Yugoslavia (ICTY)

The Hague, the Netherlands

Fujiwara@un.org

R.I.: transitional justice, collective memory in post-conflict societies, international criminal investigation.

 

G

 

Gaeta, Paola

Professor of International Criminal Law

Geneva University, Switzerland

paola.gaeta@droit.unige.ch

R.I.: International Criminal Law

 

Gazzini, Tarcisio

Assistant professor in international law

Department on international law

VU University Amsterdam, the Netherlands

t.gazzini@rechten.vu.nl

R.I.: public international law, humanitarian law and United Nations law

 

Gemert, Frank van

 

Ass. Prof. in Criminology

Depart. Criminal Law and Criminology

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (VU), The Netherlands

F.vangemert@rechten.vu.nl

 

Glasius, Marlies

Lecturer in global politics

Government department

London School of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom

m.glasius@lse.ac.uk

R.I.: Civil society and victim engagement with the ICC

 

Godinho, Jorge A. F.

 

Assistant Professor

Faculty of Law, University in Macau, China

jgodinho@umac.mo

R.I.: international criminal law, transnational crime, legal assistance in criminal matters, money laundering and confiscation.

 

Gordon, Geoffrey

PhD-student at the department of international law

VU University Amsterdam, the Netherlands

g.gordon@rechten.vu.nl

R.I.: international law, law of war

 

Graaff, Bob de

 

Socrates-chair at the Institute of history

Utrecht University (the Netherlands)/ prof. of terrorism and countrer-terrorism, Hague Campus, Leiden University (the Netherlands)

Bob.deGraaff@let.uu.nl

R.I.: Terrorism and post-conflict nationbuilding

 

Green, Penny

Professor of Law and Criminology

University of London, King’s College (United Kingdom)

penny.green@kcl.ac.uk

R.I.: State Crime

 

Greve, Vagn

 

Professor of criminal law

University of Copenhagen (Denmark)

vg.ckk@cbs.dk

R.I.: criminology and criminal law

 

Groenhuijsen, Marc

 

Professor of Criminal Law

Department of Criminal Law, Tilburg University, the Netherlands

M.S.Groenhuijsen@uvt.nl

R.I.: Criminal law and victimology

 

Grosselfinger, Nancy

 

Permanent Representative to the UN (Vienna)

International League for Human Rights (NY)

New York, United States

Grosselfinger@hotmail.com

R.I.: International courts, International criminal law, supranationalcriminology, failed states and transitioning states

 

Grünfeld, Fred          

Prof. of causes of gross human rights violations/associate prof. international relations

SIM, Utrecht University/ Dep. International Law, Maastricht University (the Netherlands)

f.grunfeld@ir.unimaas.nl

R.I.: bystanders, genocide, indicators

 

H

 

Hagan, John

 

MacArthur Professor/senior research fellow ABF

Department of Sociology, North Western University, Evanston Ilinois (US)/American Bar Foundation Chicago, Illinois (US)

j-hagan@northwestern.edu

 

Hajjar, Lisa

Associate Professor
Law and Society Program
University of California, US
lhajjar@lawso.ucsb.edu
R.I.: Human rights, torture, war crimes,  universal jurisdiction.

 

Haveman, Roelof

 

Project ‘Strengthening law faculties Rwanda (UNR & ULK)’ Center for International Legal Cooperation, Kigali, Rwanda

roelof.haveman@gmail.com

R.I.: All aspects of transitional justice

 

Heckenberg, Diane   

PhD Candidate
School
of Sociology and Social Work

University of Tasmania, Australia

ddale@utas.edu.au

R.I.: Transnational environmental harm, international human rights, crimes of the powerful

 

Hert, Paul de

 

Professor in International and European Criminal Law

Free University of Brussels (VUB), Belgium

paul.de.hert@uvt.nl

R.I.: Prosecution international crimes (esp. Belgium)

 

Herik, Larissa van den

 

Associate Professor in International Law

Department Public Law, University Leiden, the Netherlands                             l.van.den.herik@law.leidenuniv.nl

R.I.: International Criminal Law, United Nations and peace and security

 

Hinton, Alex

Associate Professor of Anthropology

Department of Anthropology

Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, Newark (US)

ahinton@andromeda.rutgers.edu

R.I.: sociocultural and psychological anthropology, genocide and political violence, South East Asia, esp. Cambodia

 

Holá, Barbora

PhD-Student in Criminal Law and Criminology

Department of Criminal Law and Criminology

VU University Amsterdam, the Netherlands

b.hola@rechten.vu.nl

R.I.: international criminal law, sentencing

 

Hoyle, Carolyn

 

Reader in Criminology

Centre for Criminology

University of Oxford, United Kingdom

carolyn.hoyle@crim.ox.ac.uk

R.I.: Victims of Genocide and Crimes against Humanity; Restorative Justice as a response to Genocide and Crimes against Humanity; Victims of Sex Trafficking.

 

Huggins, Martha K.

 

Charles and Leo Favrot Professor of Human Relations

Department of Sociology and Program in Latin American Studies

Tulane University, New Orleans, LA, (US)                     

mhuggins@tulane.edu or mhuggins12305@yahoo.com

 

Huisman, Wim

Professor in Criminology

Depart. Criminal Law and Criminology,

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (VU)

w.huisman@rechten.vu.nl

I

 

Iadicola, Peter

Professor of Sociology

Department of Sociology

Indiana University – Perdua University

iadicola@ipfw.edu

R.I.: state crime and empire, violence, organisation and functioning of empires

 

Iverson. Jens

ICTY

The Hague, the Netherlands

R.I.: international criminal justice

 

J

 

Jaishankar, K.

Lecturer

Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice

Manonmaniam Sundaranar University

Tamil Nadu (India)

drjaishankar@gmail.com

R.I.: Communal violence and terrorism, theoretical criminology, victimology, policing and international criminology, crime mapping and geographic information systems (GIS)

 

Jessberger, Florian

 

Professor of International and Comparative Criminal Law
Faculty of Law, Humboldt-Universitaet, Berlin, Germany

florian.jessberger@rewi.hu-berlin.de

R.I.: international criminal law, comparative criminal law and criminal jurisdiction.

Jodoin, Sébastien

Legal research fellow

Centre for international sustainable development law

Montreal, Canada

sjodoin@cisdl.org

R.I.: international criminal law, prevention of international crimes, genocide, transitional justice.

 

Jones, Nick

Assistant Professor & Police Studies Coordinator

Department of Justice Studies, University of Regina

Nick.Jones@uregina.ca

R.I.: post-conflict justice, restorative justice, victims of post-conflict, international
law, genocide in Rwanda.

K

 

Kauzlarich, David

 

Associate Professor and Chair
Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice Studies
dkauzla@siue.edu
R.I.: peace studies, state crime, victimology

 

Keijzer, Nico

 

Former prof. of international criminal law at Tilburg University and former judge of the Supreme

Court in the Netherlands

nkeijzer@planet.nl

R.I.: international criminal law

 

Kirchhoff, Gerd Ferdinand

 

Professor of Victimology

Graduate School of Victimology

Tokiwa University, Japan

gerd@tokiwa.ac.jp

R.I.: Victimology

 

Klein, Josh

Assistant Professor
Criminal Justice, Sacred Heart University
kleinj@sacredheart.edu
R.I.: power, ideas, and international state crime, particularly war

 

Krabbe, Maartje

 

Junior researcher

Depart. Criminal law and Criminology, Maastricht University (The Netherlands)

Maartje.Krabbe@strafr.unimaas.nl

R.I.: transitional justice

 

Kramer, Ronald C.

Professor of Sociology, Director of Criminal Justice Program

Depart. of Sociology, Western Michigan University

ronald.kramer@wmich.edu

R.I.: State crime

 

Krasmann Susanne

 

 

Institute for Criminological research, Department of social sciences

University of Hamburg (Germany)

krasmann@uni-hamburg.de

 

Kutnjak Ivkovich, Sanja

Associate Professor

School of Criminal Justice, Michigan State University

kutnjak@msu.edu

L

 

Laar, Tom van de               

Sollicitor – CMS Derks Star Busmann

Tomvandelaar82@hotmail.com

R.I.: procedural mechanisms, prosecutorial discretion, perpetrators

 

Ladwig, Katrin

Associate Analyst International Criminal Court

katrin.ladwig@icc-cpi.int

 

Lenning, Emily

Visiting Assistant Professor

Depart. of Anthropology and Sociology, Kalamazoo College

lizbethemily@aol.com

R.I.: State Crime, Corporate Crime, Gender Issues in Criminology

 

Letschert, Rianne

General manager and senior researcher INTERVICT

International Victimology Institute Tilburg, the Netherlands

R.M.Letschert@uvt.nl

 

Levi, Ron

Assistant Professor of Criminology

Centre of Criminology, University of Toronto

ron.levi@utoronto.ca

R.I.: International criminal law, law and
internationalization, rationalities of government.

 

Luun, Bas ter

Lecturer in Criminology

Depart. Criminal Law and Criminology

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, the Netherlands

B.terLuun@rechten.vu.nl

 

M

 

Macgregor, Sarah

Research Assistant

Strategic Coordinator Unit

Criminal justice Research Network, Australia

Cjrn1@agd.nsw.gov.au

 

MacManus, Thomas

PhD Student
King's College London, UK
thomas.macmanus@kcl.ac.uk
R.I.: International Criminal Law & State-Corporate Crime

 

McCulloch, Jude

Associate Professor in Criminology

Department of Criminology

Monash University, Australia

Jude.McCulloch@arts.monash.edu.au

 

McGonigle, Brianne

 

PhD Candidate at the Netherlands Institute of Human Rights (SIM)

Faculty of Law, Utrecht University, the Netherlands

B.McGonigle@law.uu.nl

R.I.: victims rights and international criminal law

 

Meershoek, Guus

Ass. professor at the department of Management and Governance,

Twente University, The Netherlands

a.j.meershoek@utwente.nl

R.I.: modern policing and human rights, the persecution and deportation of the Dutch Jews during the Second World War, history of the police.

 

Michalowski, Raymond

Arizona Regents professor

Department of Criminal Justice

Northern Arizona University, Flagstaf, US

Raymond.Michalowski@nau.edu

 

Migabo Kalere, Jean

Deputy Director, IPRA's Congo Peace Project

Center for  Peace Research and Strategic Studies, Institute of International  and European Policy, Faculty of Social Sciences, Leuven Institute of Criminology, Department of Criminal Law & Criminology.

Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium

jean.migabokalere@soc.kuleuven.be

R.I.: Transitional Justice, Criminal Justice and International Criminal Court, Peace Building and Human Rights.

 

Mihr, Anja

E.MA Programme Director

European inter-university Centre in Human Rights and Democratisation

Venice, Italy

Anja.mihr@eiuc.org

R.I.: post-conflict justice and democratization

 

Minnaar, Anthony

Professor of Criminal Justice Studies (Act. HoD)

Department of Security Risk Management, School of Criminal justice

College of Law, University of South Africa

AMinnaar@unisa.ac.za

R.I.: security measures at ports-of-entry; border controls, undocumented migrants, SAPCCO & crossborder policing; firearms controls and corruption prevention

 

Moerland, Roland

 

Ph.D. Candidate and Junior Lecturer in Criminal Law and Criminology

Depart. Criminal Law and Criminology, Maastricht University (The Netherlands)

roland.moerland@strafr.unimaas.nl

R.I.: organizational criminology, state(-corporate) crime, causes of gross human rights violations

 

Momirov, Aleksandar

 

Department of public international law

Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands

momirov@frg.eur.nl

R.I.: International public law, international governance of territories, international criminal law, ICTY & ICJ proceedings

 

Morrison, Wayne

 

Director of the External Programme for Laws of the University of London and

member of the Law School of Queen Mary College, University of London.

Wayne.Morrison@lon.ac.uk

 

Mullins, Christopher

Assistant professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice

University of Missouri St. Louis

mullinsc@siu.edu 

R.I.: genocide, war crimes, crimes against humanity and state crime.

N

 

Nelken, David

 

Distinguished professor of Sociology

University of Macerata, Italy

Distinguished Research professor of Law

University of Cardiff, Wales

Sen4144@iperbole.bologna.it

R.I.: comparative criminology and comparative criminal justice

 

Nijhar, Preet

 

Lecturer in Criminology and Criminal Justice

Centre for Comparative Criminology & Criminal Justice
University of Wales, Bangor, United Kingdom

s.k.nijhar@bangor.ac.uk
R.I.: International and Comparative Criminal law and justice, crimes of
empire, globalisation and transnational crimes.

O

 

Olusanya, Olaoluwa

 

Lecturer, Department of Law

University of Wales, Aberystwyth

ooo@aber.ac.uk

R.I.: International criminal law, comparative criminal law, international sentencing, criminology

 

Oomen, Barbara

Associate professor of Law

Social Sciences Department

Utrecht University, the Netherlands

B.Oomen@roac.nl

 

Osiel, Mark

 

Director, International Humanitarian/Criminal Law

T.M.C. Asser Instituut, The Hague

Professor of Law, Aliber Family Chair

University of Iowa

m.osiel@asser.nl

R.I.: Legal responses to mass atrocity

 

Oskamp, Anja

Professor in Legal Technology and Law

Department of Legal Technology and Law

VU University Amsterdam, the Netherlands

a.oskamp@rechten.vu.nl

R.I.: legal technology, ICC Case Matrix

 

Ovens, Michelle

 

Associate Professor in Criminology

Department in Criminology, University of South Africa

Sub-editor of Acta Criminological (South African Journal of Criminology)

ovensm@unisa.ac.za

R.I.: crimes against women and children and substance abuse as an international problem.

 

P

 

Parmentier, Stephan

 

Professor at the Department of Criminal Law and Criminology Research Group on

Human Rights and Transitional Justice

Faculty of Law, K.U.Leuven

stephan.parmentier@law.kuleuven.be

R.I.: transitional justice

 

Paulussen, Christophe

PhD Student in international criminal law

Dep. of European and international public law, Tilburg University, the Netherlands.

C.Y.M.Paulussen@uvt.nl

R.I.: international criminal tribunals (esp. arrest and surrender proceedings)

Q

 

R

 

Raimondo, Fabián O.

 

Assistant Professor of Public International Law

Erasmus School of Law

Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands

raimondo@frg.eur.nl

R.I.: International Public Law, International Criminal Courts and Tribunals

 

 

Reenen, Piet van

 

Professor of international law, Faculty of Law

Netherlands Institute of Human Rights (SIM)

University of Utrecht, the Netherlands

P.vanReenen@law.uu.nl / vanreen@attglobal.net

R.I.: Police and human rights

 

Rieter, Eva

 

Lecturer international law

Dep. International law at the Radboud University Nijmegen (the Netherlands)

e.rieter@jur.ru.nl

RI: death penalty, perpetrators in democracy. Democratically decided human rights violations

 

Roberts, Paul

 

Prof. of criminal jurisprudence

School of Law, University of Nottingham (UK)

Paul.Roberts@nottingham.ac.uk

 

Rodman, Kenneth A.   

Professor Political Science

Department of Government, Colby College, US.  

karodman@colby.edu

R.I.: Relationship between international criminal justice and conflict resolution.

 

Rothe, Dawn

 

Assistant professor of Criminology

Old Dominion University, United States

drothe@odu.edu

R.I.: State crime, transnational crimes (IMF, WB); and international controls (ICC, international criminal law, and human rights)

 

Ross, Jeffrey

 

Associate professor of criminology

Division of criminology, criminal justice and social policy

University of Baltimore, United States

jross@ubalt.edu

R.I.: political crime, state crime, policing, corrections

 

Rosser, Emily

PhD Candidate in Women's Studies,

York University, Toronto, Canada
erosser@yorku.ca
RI: gender, truth commissions and peace activism; genocide law, sexual violence
and trauma frameworks; Latin America.

 

Rozemond, Klaas

Associate professor criminal law

Depart. criminal and criminology, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, the Netherlands

n.rozemond@rechten.vu.nl

R.I.: individual criminal responsibility, substantive (international) criminal law, ethics and (international) criminal law

 

S

 

Sa'ad, Abdul -Mumin

Professor of Sociology (criminology) and
Dean, Faculty of Social Social Sciences
University of Maiduguri
Maiduguri, Borno State, Nigeria.

amsaad89@hotmail.com  

R.I.: Criminology and Criminal Justice in the Third World

 

Sadat, Leila Nadya

Henry H. Oberschelp Professor of Law
Director, Whitney R. Harris World Law Institute
Washington University School of Law, US
sadat@wulaw.wustl.edu

R.I.: international criminal law and human rights

 

Safferling, Christoph J.M.

 

Professor for International Criminal Law

Director of the International Research and Documentation Center War Crimes Trials (ICWC) University of Marburg, Germany

christoph.safferling@staff.uni-marburg.de 

R.I.: international criminal procedure and victims issues.

 

Sarkin, Jeremy

Distinguished Visiting Professor of Law

Harvard University

UN Special Rapporteur/ member of the United Nations Working Group on Enforced or  Involuntary Disappearances

JSarkin@post.harvard.edu

R.I.: human rights, transitional justice

Schense, Jennifer

Associate situation analyst, office of the prosecutor, ICC

The Hague, the Netherlands

Jennifer.schense@icc-cpi.int

R.I.: international criminal law, complementarity, conflict prevention, criminology

 

Schmid, Alex

Professor of International Relations

Director of the Centre for Study of Terrorism and Political Violence (CSTPV)

University St. Andrews, Scotland

aps10@st-andrews.ac.uk

R.I.: Gross human rights violations, political violence, terrorism.

 

Scholte, Ruben

Investigator, Ministry of Justice

The Hague, the Netherlands

r.d.scholte@minjus.nl

R.I.: perpetrators, psychology of violence, psychology of conflict, (organized) crime and armed conflict.

 

Schulte, Theo

Senior Lecturer
Humanities & Social Sciences
Anglia Ruskin University
, UK

theo.schulte@anglia.ac.uk

R.I.: Perceptions of War Crimes, and the intersection of Law and History

Sebba, Leslie

 

Lawrence D. Biele professor of law

Institute of Criminology, Hewbre University of Jerusalem (Israel)

mssebba@mscc.huji.ac.il

R.I.: relation between international victimology and domestic victimology and relationship between punitive remedies and restitutive-restorative remedies.

 

Siegel, Dina

 

Assistant professor in Criminology

Depart. Criminal Law and Criminology

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (VU), the Netherlands

d.siegel@rechten.vu.nl

R.I.: organized crime, trade in diamonds in conflict areas

 

Singelnstein, Tobias

 

Research associate, Department of Law

Free University Berlin (Germany)

singelnstein@rewiss.fu-berlin.de

R.I.: criminology, police and international criminal law

 

Sliedregt, Elies van

Professor in international criminal law

Department of Criminal Law and Criminology

VU University Amsterdam, The Netherlands

e.vansliedregt@rechten.vu.nl 

R.I.: international criminal and humanitarian law, individual criminal responsibility, terrorism

 

Smedt, Michel de

Acting Head of Investigation Division
International Criminal Court
michel.desmedt@icc-cpi.int
R.I.: Investigative strategies and methods; crime prevention

 

Smeulers, Alette

Director of the Amsterdam Centre on International Crimes and Security (ACIC)

Department Criminal Law and Criminology,

VU University Amsterdam, the Netherlands

a.l.smeulers@rechten.vu.nl

RI: Perpetrators, causes of gross human rights violations, international criminal law

 

Spijkers, Otto

 

PhD-researcher, Public international law section, Department of Public law, Leiden University

(the Netherlands)

O.Spijkers@law.leidenuniv.nl

R.I.: United Nations and the evolution of global values and international criminal law.               

 

Stahn, Carsten

Reader in Public International Law and International Criminal Justice

Swansea University, England

Visiting Fellow, Grotius Centre International Legal Studies, The Hague

C.Stahn@swansea.ac.uk

R.I.: International Criminal Law, ICC, Transitional Justice

 

Stanley, Lizzy

 

Senior lecturer, institute of criminology

Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand

Elizabeth.stanley@vuw.ac.nz

R.I.: truth commissions, international tribunals, human rights, social justice.

 

Stuifbergen, Jantien

Lecturer in Criminology

Department of Criminal Law and Criminology

VU University Amsterdam, the Netherlands

j.stuifbergen@rechten.vu.nl

R.I.: Child soldiers

 

Sungi, Simeon

PhD-candidate at the Department of Criminal Justice

Indiana University Bloomington

Bloomgton, IN 47405, United States

ssungi@indiana.edu

R.I.: International Criminal Law, International Human Rights Law and Criminological theory on international crimes.

 

Sumner, Maggie

 

Head of Department of Social and Political Studies

University of Westminster, United Kingdom

sumnerm@wmin.ac.uk

R.I.: criminology; illegal markets

 

Swaaningen, Rene van

 

Professor of international and comparative criminology

Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands

vanswaaningen@frg.eur.nl

R.I.: Criminological and criminal justice theory, power relations and social control, criminal justice policy, comparative criminology, penology and crime prevention.

 

               

 

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Tait, David

Associate professor

Law School

University of Canbarra, Australia

David.tait@canberra.edu.au

 

Tanner, Samuel

 

Ph.D. Candidate, International Center for Comparative Criminology

University of Montreal, Canada

Samuel.tanner@umontreal.ca

R.I.: mass violence perpetrators in the context of the war in former Yugoslavia.

 

Thys, Pierre

 

Professor of Criminology

Violence analysis unit – school of criminology

University of Liege, Belgium

Pierre.thys@ulg.ac.be

R.I.: war crimes, crimes against humanity, perpetrators, extreme violence, less lethal weapons

and police use of force.

 

Toit, Fanie du 

 

Assistant Professor

Executive director institute for justice and reconciliation

Cape Town, South Africa

fanie@ijr.org.za

R.I.: Justice and reconciliation

 

Tsouramanis, Christos

Professor in Criminology

Technological Educational Institute of Messalonghi, Greece

xtsouram@teimes.gr

R.I.: human rights violations, social problems and digital crimes.

 

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Valiñas, Marta

 

Researcher Assistant

Leuven Institute of Criminology

Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium

marta.valinas@law.kuleuven.be

R.I.: Transitional justice, International Criminal Law, Restorative Justice, Human Rights, Former Yugoslavia.

 

Vazsonyi, Alexander

Professor of Human Development and Family Studies
Auburn University
, USA

vazsonyi@auburn.edu
R.I.: genocide and social/cultural, individual
and other proximal influences (early in life) that lead to genocide.

 

Vanspauwen, Kris

Researcher Law and Society Institute

Law Faculty, Catholic University Leuven, Belgium

krisvanspauwen@law.kuleuven.be

R.I.: post-conflict justice and truth seeking, restorative justice and GHRV, criminology of state crime, South Africa and great lakes region.

 

Vasiliev, Sergey

 

Ph.D. Candidate in international criminal law

Depart. of criminal law, University of Amsterdam (UvA) (the Netherlands)

S.V.Vasiliev@uva.nl

R.I.: international criminal procedure, immunities and international crimes, alternatives to international criminal justice and international humanitarian law.

 

Veen, Hans van der

 

Lecturer on transnational crime and policing

Department of International Relations

University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands

hans.vanderveen@EUI.eu     

R.I.: Law enforcement and human rights violations; crime and conflict studies; political violence (of both state and non-state nature).

 

Verwimp, Philip

Post-doctoral researcher of the Fund for Scientific Research – Flanders

University of Antwerp, Belgium

Philip.Verwimp@ua.ac.be

R.I.: micro-economics of conflicts and development

 

Viaene Lieselotte               

PhD researcher at the Human Rights Center

Faculty of Law, Ghent University, Belgium

Lieselotte.Viaene@UGent.be

R.I.: human rights, indigenous people, transitional justice, legal anthropology, cultural diversity, Guatemala.

 

Vlaming, Frederiek de

 

Research fellow/lecturer

Amsterdam Center for International Law/Depart. Criminal Law

University of Amsterdam (The Netherlands)

F.deVlaming@uva.nl

R.I.: causes of international crimes, international criminal law and ICTY

 

 

 

Vanspauwen, Kris

Researcher Law and Society Institute

Law Faculty, Catholic University Leuven (Belgium)

Kris.Vanspauwen@law.kuleuven.be

R.I.: Post-conflict justice and truth seeking, restorative justice and GHRV, criminology of state crime, South Africa and great lakes region.

 

Vriezen, Vera

PhD Candidate, depart. European and International Public Law

Tilburg University, the Netherlands

V.Vriezen@uvt.nl

R.I.: amnesty laws, transitional justice, international criminal law                                                           

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Wagner, Wolfgang

Senior Lecturer Political Science

Dep. Political Science, VU University Amsterdam

wm.wagner@fsw.vu.nl

R.I.: International Relations; Peace and Conflict Studies Studies; European Union Internal Security Cooperation.

 

Ward, Tony

Reader at the Law School

University of Hull (United Kingdom)

A.Ward@hull.ac.uk

R.I.: State crime: crimes by governments and their officials

 

Waller, James

Professor in Psychology

University of Vermont, Burlington, VT, USA

jwaller@genocidescholars.org

R.I.: Holocaust and genocide studies, perpetrators and racism

 

Wardak, Ali

 

Reader in Criminology, centre for Criminology,

HLaSS, University of Glamorgan (United Kingdom)

awardak@glam.ac.uk

R.I.: Transnational and comparative criminology, terrorism, causes of international crimes, criminological theory.                                          

 

Weber, Leanne

 

Senior lecturer

School of social sciences and international studies

University of New South Wales, Sydney (Australia)

l.weber@unsw.edu.au

R.I.: migration control, border deaths, transnational and domestic policing, global governance.

 

Weiss Wendt, Anton

Assistant Professor in Modern European History

Researcher at the Norwegian Centre for Studies of the Holocaust and
Religious Minorities.

anton.weiss-wendt@hlsenteret.no

R.I.: comparative genocide, war crimes trials,
Soviet and East-European history.

 

Weitekamp, Elmar

 

Prof. of Criminology

Institute of Criminology, University of Tübingen (Germany)

elmar.weitekamp@uni-tuebingen.de

R.I.: victimology and restorative justice.

 

Welch, Michael    

 

Professor of Criminal Justice

School of Arts and Sciences

Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ (USA)

retrowelch@aol.com

 

Wemmers, Jo-Anne

Professor of Victimology

Université de Montréal, Canada

jo-anne.m.wemmers@umontreal.ca

R.I.: Victimology, Restorative Justice

 

Werner, Wouter

Professor of international law

Department of international and comparative law

VU University Amsterdam, the Netherlands

w.werner@rechten.vu.nl

R.I.: international law, terrorism, international peace and security

 

White, Rob

Professor  in Sociology
School of Sociology & Social Work
University of Tasmania, Australia
r.d.white@utas.edu.au

Interests:  transnational environmental harm, state crime, transnational
corporate wrongdoing

 

Whyte, Dave

Lecturer in Criminology

University of Stirling, Scotland

dave.whyte@stir.ac.uk

R.I.: transitional regulation, corporate crime, state crime, transitional crime, international criminal law, white collar crime

 

Wijk, Joris van

Assistant professor

Department of Criminal Law and Criminology

VU University Amsterdam, the Netherlands

J.vanwijk@rechten.vu.nl

 

Wijngaard, Oscar van den

 

Lecturer

University College Maastricht, the Netherlands

Oscar.vandenwijngaard@UCM.unimaas.nl

R.I.: terrorism

 

Wildfang, Anne

Researcher at the Max-Planck- Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law

Freiburg, Germany

a.wildfang@mpicc.de

R.I.: terrorism, group violence, macrocriminality

 

Wilt, Harmen van der

 

Professor in international criminal law

University of Amsterdam (UvA), the Netherlands

H.G.vanderWilt@uva.nl

R.I.: International criminal law

 

Wit, Tessa de

 

PhD researcher international criminal law and Intervict

Faculty of Law, Tilburg University, the Netherlands

T.deWit@uvt.nl

R.I.: victims, right to reparation and ICC

 

Wonders, Nancy 

Professor and Chair Department of Criminal justice

Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona (United States)

Nancy.wonders@nau.edu

R.I.: globalization, (im)migration, changing character transnational crime, law and justice  under globalization

 

Woolford, Andrew

Associate professor in Sociology

University of Manitoba, Winnipeg (Canada)

woolford@cc.umanitoba.ca

 

Wyngaert, Christine van den

Professor in International Criminal Law and Judge at the ICTY

University Antwerpen (Belgium) /ICTY, the Hague (the Netherlands)

wyngaert@un.org

R.I.: International Criminal Law

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Zaitch, Damián

 

Assistant Professor in Criminology

Department of Criminology

Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands

zaitch@frg.eur.nl

R.I.: Transnational Corporate and Organised Crime, International Drug Trafficking, Food Crime, Qualitative Research Methods, Visual Criminology, Crime and Justice in Latin America.

 

Zappalà, Salvatore

Professor in International Law

University Florenze (Italy)

szappala@unifi.it

R.I.: International (Criminal) Law