Carse Ramos is currently finishing her dissertation on transitional justice at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies and has earned an MA in Nationalism Studies from the Central European University, a JD from Cardozo Law School, and a BA in Sociology from New York University. Before coming to RIC, she taught at Eötvös Loránd University in Hungary, the Central European University, the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva, and served as a mentor to Smith College students studying in Geneva. In addition, she has worked in genocide prevention and international law. Her dissertation research is located at the nexus between atrocity prevention, legal spaces, transitional justice and social memory, with a particular lens on victimhood designation processes and narrative creation in Rwanda, Uganda and Bosnia.
SOC 200 Society and Social Behavior
SOC 207 Crime & Criminal Justice
SOC 318 Law and Society
SOC 345 Victimology