Genevieve Bates

Genevieve Bates is a fifth-year Ph.D. candidate in political science, with research interests that include political violence, post-conflict politics, transitional justice, and international criminal law. Her dissertation project focuses on the strategies domestic political actors use to address the prospect of International Criminal Court investigations during peace negotiations, and the implications of those negotiations on domestic justice processes. She has published in Perspectives on Politics. You can find more information about her at