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Sarah Lischer

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Associate Professor of Political Science Wake Forest UniversityDepartment of Politics and International Affairs Home Wake Forest University Kirby 304, PO Box 7568 Winston-Salem NC 27109 Work Phone: 336-758-3545 Website: http://www.wfu.edu/politics/lischer.html
Biography

Sarah Kenyon Lischer is an Associate Professor in the Department of Politics and International Affairs at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, NC. She is the author of Dangerous Sanctuaries: Refugee Camps, Civil War, and the Dilemmas of Humanitarian Aid (Cornell University Press). She has published on the topics of forced migration, human rights, military intervention, and African politics in journals includingInternational Security, Daedalus, Global Governance, the Harvard International Review, Civil Wars, and The American Scholar. Lischer has been awarded fellowships and grants by the Berghof Foundation (Berlin), the Peace Research Institute of Oslo, Harvard University’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, the Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation, and others. Lischer received a BSFS from Georgetown University, an MPP from Harvard University, and her PhD in Political Science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Her current research focuses on public memory and justice following human rights atrocities.

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Sarah Kenyon Lischer is an Associate Professor in the Department of Politics and International Affairs at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, NC.