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Amelia Hoover Green, PhD

Assistant Professor, Department of Politics

College of Arts and Sciences



Hoover Green is an expert in wartime human rights violations and disputed casualty counts. She joined the Department of History & Politics as an assistant professor in September 2012, after completing her PhD in political science at Yale University. Her research concerns the dynamics of violence during armed conflict and the measurement of political violence, particularly wartime sexual violence. Her work has been published or is forthcoming in publications such as the Journal of Peace Research and the Oxford Handbook of War and Gender. Hoover Green teaches courses in comparative politics and human rights. She serves as a field consultant with the Human Rights Data Analysis Group and a member of the Sexual Violence in Armed Conflict Dataset Advisory Board. During 2011 she served as knowledge management expert for United Nations Action Against Sexual Violence.

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