Diane Marie Amann Selected Breslauer, Rutman and Anderson Fellow
Diane Marie Amann of the University of Georgia School of Law has been chosen as the first Breslauer, Rutman and Anderson Research Fellow at USC Shoah Foundation Center for Advanced Genocide Research.
The fellowship will allow Professor Amann to conduct research for her dissertation: unearthing the experiences of women who participated in the Nuremberg Trials and other major criminal trials in the aftermath of World War II. She will begin her residence at the USC Shoah Foundation Center in January 2018.
Professor Amann is a Ph.D. candidate in Law at Leiden University in the Netherlands. The author of more than four dozen publications in English, French and Italian, she focuses her scholarship on the ways that national, regional and international legal regimes interact as they endeavor to combat atrocity and cross-border crime.
Read the full USC Shoah Foundation press release.
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