SFS Research

  • New GIWPS Index Measures How Safe Women Are in 153 Countries

    New GIWPS Index Measures How Safe Women Are in 153 Countries

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Faculty Research

Sarah Stewart Johnson Publishes Article on Detecting Life Beyond Earth

Sarah Stewart Johnson, astrobiologist and Science, Technology, and International Affairs professor, published an article in Astrobiology about a new strategy for non-terran life detection. With a genome sequencer, “fingerprints” of life on other planets and moons could be identified.

Kathleen McNamara

MCNAMARA RECEIVES DISTINGUISHED SCHOLAR AWARD

SFS Professor Kate McNamara has been awarded the International Studies Association’s 2018 Distinguished Scholar Award in International Political Economy. McNamara, who also teaches at the Department of Government, is an expert on markets, culture, and politics in the European Union and the United States.

Student Research

Centers and Institutes

GIWPS On Using UN Sanctions To Prevent and Curb Sexual Violence in Armed Conflict

The Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace, and Security published a report researching the UN Security Council’s use of targeted sanctions to address sexual violence in conflict. The report concludes that sanctions, not being used to their full potential, could advance women’s protection from sexual violence in conflict zones.