Ernesto Verdeja holds a joint appointment in the Department of Political Science and the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies. He is the author of Unchopping a Tree: Reconciliation in the Aftermath of Political Violence (Temple University Press, 2009). His work has been published in many journals, and Verdeja is also coeditor of volumes on peacebuilding and social movements, the field of genocide studies, and the international politics of genocide. He is currently working on a book project on comparative genocide. Verdeja also co-directs a project mapping state security force structures around the world.
Theories of post-conflict reconciliation, justice and forgiveness; official apologies and reparations; comparative genocide; contemporary political theory
Causes and patterns of contemporary genocide, mass atrocity early warning, and risk assessment.
Executive Director, Institute for the Study of Genocide (2016– )
Verdeja on Historical Recognition of Genocides
Apr 28, 2021
Faculty Fellow Ernesto Verdeja (political science and peace studies) was quoted in a France 24 article titled, “US Sees Genocides Against Uyghurs and Armenians but Consistency Elusive.”
Discovering the Power of Big Data
Oct 29, 2020
Two Kellogg International Scholars are using big data to tackle international development problems.