Wetenschappelijke publicaties. Een overzicht van wetenschappelijke artikelen, hoofdstukken en onderzoeksprojecten.

Artikelen en hoofdstukken

Les procès de masse et les médias de masse à Nuremberg et dans les tribunaux internationaux modernes, Revue de Science Criminelle et de Droit Pénal Comparé, 2023/4 (nr. 4), pages 699-708

‘In a Storm of Lies and Half-truths: The Role of Media Professionals in Spreading and Combatting Misinformation about the International Criminal Court’, Journal of International Criminal Justice, Volume 20, Issue 1, March 2022, pages 191–201

‘Book Review – Orders of Exclusion: Great Powers and the Strategic Sources of Foundational Rules in International Relations’, Global Policy Journal (online), 26 March 2021

‘The Challenges of Multilateralism, written by Kathryn C. Lavelle’, The Hague Journal of Diplomacy,  Volume 16, Issue 2-3, March 2021, pages 388-390

‘Obligations to Expose and the Responsibility to Protect: Journalistic Ethics for Reporting on Wartime Sexual Violence’ in: ‘Shame, Gender Violence, and Ethics: Terrors of Injustice’, edited by Lenart Škof and Shé M. Hawke (Lexington Books 2021)

‘Book Review – World Peace (And How We Can Achieve It)’, Global Policy Journal (online), 27 July 2020

‘Only the dead: the persistence of war in the modern age’, International Affairs, Volume 96, Issue 3, May 2020, pages 821–822

‘Engaging Survivors of Conflict-related Sexual Violence in Social Movements: The Case for Reparations’ in:‘Peace, Reconciliation and Social Justice Leadership in the 21st Century: The Role of Leaders and Followers’, edited by H. Eric Schockman, Vanessa Hernández, and Aldo Boitano (Emerald 2019), pages 263-278

‘Political will and the people’s will: The role of people’s tribunals in international justice’ in: ‘People’s Tribunals, Human Rights and the Law: Searching for Justice’, edited by Regina Menachery Paulose (Routledge 2019)

Presentaties en ander onderzoek

‘True Stories: Contesting Narratives of Violence’, Mitchell Institute for Global Peace, Security and Justice, Queen’s University Belfast, 2020

Environment and war: what the WPS agenda can teach us about invisible crimes, London School of Economics (LSE), Centre for Women, Peace and Security, 2019