LANGUAGE OF CONFLICT
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GEORGE MASON UNIVERISTY
Ph.D.: Conflict Analysis and Resolution
AMERICAN UNIVERSITY OF PARIS
M.A.: International Affairs
UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA
B.A., Intellectual History
summa cum laude
Masters-level French Immersion
HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL
Key Executive Education Program
Kathryn Davis Fellows for Peace
Carey Institute for Global Good Nonfiction In-Residence Writing Fellowship
Shoah Foundation Grant
Presidential Scholarship: George Mason University
Institute for Humane Studies
The Role of Market Actors in Mass Atrocity
Paris Institute of Political Studies (SciencesPo):
Conflict Resolution Tools
University of Malta:
Facilitation, Mediation, & Reflective Practice
George Mason University:
Introduction to Conflict Resolution
PEER REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS
Federman. Sarah. “Altering Institutional Narratives & Rewriting History to Make Amends: The French National Railroads (SNCF)”
Narrative and Conflict: Explorations in Theory and Practice
3, no 1 (2016)
Federman, Sarah (2017) "Genocide Studies and Corporate Social Responsibility: The Contemporary Case of the French National Railways (SNCF),"
Genocide Studies and Prevention: An International Journal
: Vol. 11: Iss. 2: 13-35.
Federman, Sarah. “Narrative: A Lens for Conflict Resolution.” (under review)
Federman, Sarah. “The “ideal perpetrator.” Considering the social-construction of accountability: a study of the French National Railways (SNCF)” (under review)
Federman, Sarah. (Book)
One Way Ticket: Corporate Accountability for Mass Atrocity— The French National Railways during the Holocaust and the Struggle for Amend-Making
Cobb, Sara, Sarah Federman, Alison Castel. Editors
Introduction to Conflict Resolution: Discourses and Dynamics.
Federman, Sarah. “Guns Aren’t Just in Schools, They Are in Your Bananas.”
Network for Business, Conflict, and Human Rights
January issue. 2016. Website.
Federman, Sarah. “The Three Faces of Stress.” ed. Alfred Rosa and Paul Eschholz.
Models for Writers: Short Essays for Composition
. Boston: Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2001.
Federman, Sarah. “What’s So Natural About Our Natural Products?” ed. Paul Eschholz, Al Rosa and Virginia Clark.
Language Awareness: Readings for College Writers
, New York: Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2013.
SELECT RECENT PRESENTATIONS
International Studies Association (2018)
American Anthropology Association (2017)
American Society of Criminology (2017)
Law and Society Association (2014, 2016, 2017)
Clark University: Holding Accountability Accountable (2017)
Columbia University: Historical Dialogues and Memory (2012, 2013, 2015, 2017)
Project Common Bond: Survivors of Terrorism (2016, 2018)
CERAPS (Centre d’études et de recherches administratives politiques et sociales) (2016)
Association for Conflict Resolution (2014)
European Association for Jewish Studies (EAJS) (2014)
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