Research & Scholarship

The research and scholarly efforts of our faculty ensure that our students are educated in a vibrant and engaged environment. Recent research and scholarship projects of faculty who teach in the Human Rights Program are listed below.

Grants

Hudson, N. F. (Principal). “Human Rights Studies Program: Developing the Capstone Course.” Sponsored by University of Dayton Ryan C. Harris Learning Teaching Center, $3,720. (December 7, 2009 - December 31, 2010).

Hudson, N. F. (Principal). “United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325 (2000): Ten Years On.” Sponsored by Research Council Faculty Seed Grant, University of Dayton Research Institute, $6,000. (October 2009 - December 31, 2010).

Journal Articles

Hudson, N. F., Butler, M. J., (2010). The State of Experimental Research in IR: An Analytical Survey. International Studies Review, 12(2), 165-192.

Presentations

Hudson, N. F. “Gender, Human Security and International Organizations.” Colloquium for Research on Women and Gender, Women’s and Gender Studies Program, University of Dayton, Dayton, OH. (January 11, 2010).

Hudson, N. F. “Human Security Challenges in Post-Conflict Security Sector Reform Efforts.” New Perspectives on Gender and Human Security, International Gender Policy Research Circle, Transatlantic Applied Research on Gender Equity Training (TARGET) and the Center for Research on Gender and Women at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI. (March 20, 2010).

Hudson, N. F. “Resolution 1325 and Women’s Activism at the United Nations.” Women’s and Gender Studies Course on Feminist Activism, University of Dayton, Dayton, OH. (March 24, 2010).

Hudson, N. F. “Women, Gender and United Nations Peacebuilding.” Political Science Course on International Peacebuilding, University of Dayton, Dayton, OH. (March 25, 2010).

Hudson, N. F., Butler, M. J. “Gender Equality and Transitional Justice: The Legal Enforcement of SCR 1325 in International Adjudication.” International Studies Association Annual Conference, International Studies Association, New Orleans, LA. (February 20, 2010).

Majka, L. C. “Community Research and Development Roundtable.” Society for the Study of Social Problems, Society for the Study of Social Problems, Atlanta, GA. (August 16, 2010).

Majka, T. J. “Interpreting the Media.” Sisters of Notre Dame, St. Joseph’s Heights, KY. (July 29, 2010).

Majka, T. J., Majka, L. C. “Challenging Institutional Disadvantage in an Inner-City Neighborhood: Service-Learning Projects and their Community Outcomes.” International Conference on Research in Service-Learning and Community Engagement, Indianapolis, IN. (October 29, 2010).

Majka, T. J., Majka, L. C. “Empowering Disadvantaged Neighborhoods: The Potentials and Limitations of Service Learning.” American Sociological Association, Atlanta, GA. (August 16, 2010).

Majka, T. J., Majka, L. C. “Facilitating the Incorporation of Immigrants and Refugees into Our Communities.” Regional Neighborhood Network Conference, City of Dayton, Dayton, OH. (October 9, 2010).

Talbott, A. “Human Trafficking 101.” Human Trafficking Awareness Luncheon, Stop Human Trafficking Dayton, Dayton, OH. (November 11, 2010).

Talbott, A. “Opening Remarks and Introduction.” Ending Slavery in Ohio Town Hall Meeting, Unbound Movement & University of Dayton Human Rights Studies Program, National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, Cincinnati, OH. (November 6, 2010).

Talbott, A. “Remarks and Introduction.” Becoming Aware and Affecting Change: The Nightmare of Human Trafficking in the Dayton Region, Stop Human Trafficking Dayton, Dayton, OH. (September 23, 2010).