Kellogg Faculty Fellow Catherine Bolten, associate professor of anthropology and peace studies, is interviewed by Kellogg International Scholar Anne Foley '22, about her chapter "Being “For Others”: Human Rights, Personhood, and Dignity in Sierra Leone" in the new book, The Practice of Human Development and Dignity ​​​​​​(Notre Dame Press, 2020). The book is edited by Kellogg Director Paolo Carozza and faculty fellow Clemens Sedmak. Bolten offers her thoughts on human rights law and reflections from her years of work in Sierra Leone.

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