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Dr. Kathy Powers receives several accolades

April 1, 2014

Dr. Kathy Powers has been awarded a research fellowship at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C. She will spend three months in residency there working on the legacies of the Holocaust for transitional justice today and some comparisons to the African-American reparations movement.

Dr. Powers' article with her grad student, Kim Proctor, was accepted for publication in Foreign Policy Analysis. Kim Proctor and Kathy L. Powers. Victim's Justice in the Aftermath of Political Violence: Why Do Countries Award Reparations? 

Additionally, she has been invited to present her paper, "Treaty Linkages and Overlapping Memberships: Complex Interdependence Between REIs" at the Dealing with Overlapping Regionalism Complementary or Competitive Strategies? Workshop hosted at the Freie Universität Berlin, Germany in May 2014.