New Research by Women Studying Violence


Location: Hesburgh Center for International Studies


This one-day interdisciplinary workshop will bring together mid and early-career female scholars at the forefront of research on violence. External experts, Kroc Institute faculty and Ph.D. students, as well as other Notre Dame faculty, visiting fellows and graduate students, will come together for a series of intensive sessions where participants will present and discuss their research on violence and other topics central to their scholarly advancement.

Open session, 4:30-6:00 p.m.: “Challenges of Conducting Fieldwork through a Gender Lens," a panel moderated by Jaimie Bleck, assistant professor of political science, and Catherine Bolten. 

Participation in the full day of events is by invitation. For more information, please contact Lucia

Speakers include Kroc faculty members Catherine Bolten, Associate Professor of Anthropology and Peace Studies, and Laura Miller-Graff, Assistant Professor of Psychology and Peace Studies. Three Kroc Ph.D. students will also present: Angela J. Lederach, peace studies and anthropology; Leslie MacColman, peace studies and sociology; and Emily Maiden, peace studies and political science.  

View the full list of speakers. 

This event is possible thanks to support from: the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, the Kellogg Institute for International Studies, the University of Notre Dame Gender Studies Program, the Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts and the Department of Political Science.