Position title: Fall 2016, 2017, 2019 Distinguished Visiting Lecturer
Thierry Cruvellier is an international journalist, war crimes expert, and author whose specialty is international criminal justice, especially the workings of international justice systems after war crimes and atrocities.
He was a Fall 2016 and Fall 2017 Distinguished Visiting Lecturer and taught a capstone seminar for International Studies, International Studies 601: “International Criminal Justice: Models and Practice.” IS 601 focused on international courts, war crimes tribunals, conflicts and human rights tragedies in Cambodia, Chad, Rwanda, the former Yugoslavia, and Sierra Leone. Distinguished Visiting Lecturers provide a practitioner’s perspective on current affairs by teaching special topics courses, hosting public events, engaging with faculty, and sharing in the intellectual life of the university.
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