Anna Hutcheson is a doctoral candidate studying Transnational Politics and Conflict Analysis & Management. Her research interests include European banking policy and political violence, with a particular focus on the prosecution of war crimes. She was recently published in German Politics with Dr. Mark Cassell. Her dissertation work focuses on the 2016 International Criminal Court (ICC) trial of Jean-Pierre Bemba, the first and only conviction for wartime rape at the ICC. She is interested in the ways in which outside actors, especially transnational activists, are able to play a role in bringing perpetrators of war crimes and crimes against humanity to justice. Hutcheson also manages a grant with Dr. Boyd-Swan and Dr. Nickels of the Pols department, the Growing Democracy Project.
BA Political Science , BA History, Certificate International Studies
Cassell, Mark and Anna Hutcheson. 2019. “Explaining Germany’s Position on European Banking Union.” German Politics 28(4):562-582.
Hutcheson, Anna. 2016. Review of Peaceland: Conflict Resolution and the Everyday Politics of International Intervention by Séverine Autesserre (New York, NY: Cambridge University Press), Peace Studies Journal 9(1): 120-123
Hutcheson, Anna. 2014. “Elizabeth I and Gender Ambiguity.” Indiana University South Bend Undergraduate Research Journal of History 4(2014): 58-69
Pi Sigma Alpha; American Political Science Association (2014-present); APSA Political Science Education, Section 29; Midwest Political Science Association (2014-present)