Marissa Plante’s research interests center on the relationships between government, the legal system, and society and how these relationships affect the state of a nation’s human rights. Currently, Plante is assisting Professor Guillermo Trejo as he works to complete his upcoming book about connections between transitional justice measures and violent crime rates in formerly authoritarian nations. At present, Plante is helping Professor Trejo compile and analyze a wide variety of case studies for the book, including studies of such nations as Peru and Lithuania.

She is currently a research assistant of the Kellogg Institute's Notre Dame Violence and Transitional Justice Lab (V-TJLab).

Political Science

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