Neta C. Crawford

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Neta Crawford "is an adjunct professor at the Watson Institute. From 1998-1999, she was the peace fellow at Radcliffe's Bunting Institute and from 1994-1996 she was a postdoctoral fellow at the Watson Institute. Cambridge University Press published her latest book, Argument and Change in World Politics: Ethics, Decolonization, and Humanitarian Intervention. In 1999, Macmillan/St. Martin's Press published How Sanctions Work: Lessons from South Africa, which she coedited with Audie Klotz. Professor Crawford, who in addition to publishing articles in scholarly journals such as International Organization and International Security, has also published in newspapers and popular journals, such as The Christian Science Monitor, Newsday, and Boston Review, received her doctorate in political science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology." [1]

"Neta C. Crawford is Professor of Political Science and African American Studies where her teaching focuses on international ethics and normative change. Crawford is currently on the board of the Academic Council of the United Nations System (ACUNS). She has also served as a member of the governing Council of the American Political Science Association; on the editorial board of the American Political Science Review; and on the Slavery and Justice Committee at Brown University, which examined Brown University's relationship to slavery and the slave trade." [2]

In 2008 she copublished an article on Znet with Robert Jay Lifton, Judith L. Herman, Catherine Lutz, and Howard Zinn.

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  1. Neta C. Crawford, Watson Institute, accessed February 22, 2008.
  2. Neta C. Crawford, Carnegie Council, accessed February 22, 2008.
  3. Recording Casualties in Armed Conflict, Oxford Research Group, accessed February 22, 2008.
  4. Patrons and Advisors, Oxford Research Group, accessed April 6, 2010.