Arnaud Kurze is a Global Fellow at the Woodrow Wilson Center and an Associate Professor at Montclair State University. His project "Youth, Art & Resilience" explores the creation of alternative transitional justice spaces in post-conflict contexts, particularly concentrating on the role of art and the impact of social movements to address human rights abuses. He teaches courses on human rights, social movements and transitional justice in the MA program in International Relations at New York University. He has published widely in scholarly journals and is the author of several reports on foreign affairs for the government and international organizations. He is the co-editor of New Critical Spaces in Transitional Justice: Art, Gender & Memory (2019). He is currently co-writing a book on Mapping Global Justice: Perspectives, Cases and Practice forthcoming with Routledge and regularly contributes analyses and op-ed articles online for think tanks and other institutions. He has been the recipient of many awards and fellowships.
George Mason University Ph.D., Political Science
FernUniversität, Hagen (Germany) M.A. Governance and Political Coordination
Sciences Po (France) B.A., Political Science, Minor: International Relations
2013, in Olivera Simic and Zala Volcic, Transitional Justice and Civil Society in the Balkans, Springer: New York
by Arnaud Kurze and Iva Vukusic
Contested Space of Transitional Justice: Legal Empowerment in Global Post-Conflict Contexts Revisited
International Journal of Human Rights
Time for a Change: Aid, NGOs and Transitional Justice in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Transitional Justice Review
Instructor's Resource Manual, Test Bank, and Web Companion
2013, in Eric Shiraev and Vladislav Zubok, International Relations in an Uncertain World, Oxford University Press: New York
The project "Youth, Art & Resilience" explores the creation of alternative transitional justice spaces in post-conflict contexts, particularly concentrating on the role of art and the impact of social movements to address human rights abuses.