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Adam Rosenblatt holds a PhD from Stanford University in Modern Thought and Literature, and has worked at human rights organizations in both the U.S. and abroad, including Physicians for Human Rights and the Human Rights Center of the University of Chile. His forthcoming book and ongoing research focus on the use of forensic science in the investigation of mass graves and other atrocities. Adam's broader teaching and research interests include human rights and humanitarianism, political theory, science and technology studies, bioethics, Latin America, feminism and the family, and non-human animals. At Champlain, he runs the Institute for Global Engagement. He also oversees the Global Studies minor and teaches interdisciplinary courses across the Core curriculum. Adam lives in Burlington with his wife, two sons, bicycles of various sizes, and an international collection of comic books.
American Political Science Association, International Studies Association
"The Ethics of Post-Conflict and Post-Disaster DNA Identification," funded by the U.S. National Institutes of Health
"Sacred Graves and Human Rights." Human Rights at the Crossroads. Ed: Mark Goodale. Oxford UP, 2012.
"International Forensic Investigation and the Human Rights of the Dead." Human Rights Quarterly 32: 4 (November 2010), 921-950.
"'Down a Road and into an Awful Silence': Graphic Listening in Joe Sacco's Comics Journalism" (with Andrea Lunsford). Silence and Listening as Rhetorical Arts. Eds: Cheryl Glenn and Christa Ratcliffe. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP, 2011.
"Critique, Caricature and Compulsion in Joe Sacco's Comics Journalism" (with Andrea Lunsford). The Rise of the American Comics Artist: Creators and Contexts. Eds: Paul Williams and James Lyons. Mississippi UP, 2010.