Nicky Fox

Nicky Fox during her research trip to Rwanda.

Nicky Fox during her research trip to Rwanda

After getting my MA at the University at Buffalo, I went on to get my PhD in Sociology at Brandeis University, which was my top choice of schools at the time. I am currently a professor of criminal justice at California State University, Sacramento. I teach classes on human rights, gender and violence, global crime and punishment, and atrocity crimes. My areas of expertise are in: mass atrocity, sexual violence, nationalism, collective memory and the aftermath of genocide. My book will be coming out next year with University of Wisconsin Press on memorials and reconciliation in post-genocide Rwanda." – Nicky Fox

Nicky Fox.

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