Adriana Rudling

    Adriana Rudling

    Research Fellow

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    Research Statement

    Adriana joined the Reparations, Responsibility & Victimhood in Transitional Societies project as a Post-doctoral Research Fellow in October 2017. Before joining the School of Law at Queen’s University Belfast, she worked as a Teaching Fellow in Quantitative Methods at the Escuela de Ciencias Humanas at the Universidad del Rosario, Bogota, Colombia.

    Adriana holds a PhD from the Department of Politics at the University of Sheffield. Her research interests are victims of gross human rights violations, especially the micro-dynamics of their organisations and the interaction between transitional justice policies, the bodies that implement them and victims. She is also interested in the ethical issues involved in working with vulnerable populations, especially victims, and problems of measurement in evaluating the effects of transitional justice policies.

    Research Interests

    Transitional justice (discourse and practice)

    Victims of massive human rights violations (victims' organisations, interests, needs, and impact on/ impacts of transitional justice policies)

    Reparations (implementation: bureaucracy)

    Impact assessments/ evaluation of outcomes of transitional justice policies


    PhD Politics, University of Sheffield

    MA Politics with Research Methods (Distinction), University of Sheffield

    Msc Latin American Studies: Politics (3 matrículas de honor), Universidad de Salamanca, Spain

    BSc International Relations: Peace and Security Studies (First-Class Honours), Göteborgs universitet, Sweden


    In 2019, I was awarded the bi-yearly Faculty Research Initiative Fund by Queen's University Belfast to organise a workshop on the subject of bureacracies in reparations.

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    Frequent Journals

    • International Journal of Transitional Justice

      ISSNs: 1752-7716

      Additional searchable ISSN (Electronic): 1752-7724

      Oxford University Press/UNESCO

      Scopus rating (2018): CiteScore 1.32 SJR 0.558 SNIP 1.23


    • Human Rights Quarterly

      ISSNs: 0275-0392

      Additional searchable ISSN (Electronic): 1085-794X

      The Johns Hopkins University Press

      Scopus rating (2018): CiteScore 1.11 SJR 0.757 SNIP 1.146


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