LAW : FACULTY
International Human Rights
Gender and Children's Issues in International Law
Law and Leadership
RESEARCH INTERESTS AND AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION
Gender and the Law
International Human Rights
LLB, University of Rome La Sapienza, Summa cum Laude
LLM, London School of Economics and Political Sciences
JSD, Stanford Law School
MA, Political Science, University of Florence
International Perspectives and Empirical Findings on Child Participation: From Social Exclusion to Child-Inclusive Policies, (Faedi Duramy & Tali Gal eds.), (Oxford University Press: under contract).
Gender and Violence in Haiti: Womens Path from Victims to Agents, (Rutgers University Press: forthcoming April 2014).
Community Property, in Social History of American Families: An Encyclopedia, (Lawrence Ganong & Marilyn Coleman eds.), (SAGE: forthcoming 2013)
Making Peace with the Past: Federal Republic of Germanys Accountability for World War II Massacres before the Italian Supreme Court, in Untold Stories: Hidden Histories of War Crimes Trials, (Kevin Heller & Gerry Simpson eds.) (Oxford University Press: forthcoming 2013).
Property Distribution, in Cultural Sociology of Divorce: an Encyclopedia, (Robert E. Emery eds), (SAGE: 2013).
Gender-based Violence, Help Seeking and Criminal Justice Recourse in Haiti, in Conflict-related sexual violence: International law, local responses, (Tonia St. Germain & Susan Dewey, eds.), (Kumarian Press/Stylus Publishing: 2012).
What Have Women Got to do with Peace? A Gender Analysis of the Laws of War and Peacemaking, reprinted in Law and Outsiders: Norms,Processes and 'Othering' in the 21st Century, (Cian C. Murphy & Penny Green eds), (Oxford: Hart Publishing: 2011).
Lucrezia Borgia, in Women Criminals: An Encyclopedia of People and Issues (Vickie Jensen, ed.) (Greenwood Publishing Group:2012).
Marie de Brinvilliers, in Women Criminals: An Encyclopedia of People and Issues (Vickie Jensen, ed.) (Greenwood Publishing Group: 2012).
Franoise Athnas de Montespan, in Women Criminals: An Encyclopedia of People and Issues (Vickie Jensen, ed.) (Greenwood Publishing Group: 2012).
Catherine Deshayes La Voisin, inWomen Criminals: An Encyclopedia of People and Issues (Vickie Jensen, ed.) (Greenwood Publishing Group: 2012).
Domestic Violence as Human Rights Violation: The Challenges of a Regional Human Rights Approach in Africa, in Domestic Violence and the Law in Colonial and Postcolonial Africa, (Richard Roberts, ed.), (Ohio University Press: 2010).
Judicial Developments in the Application of International Law to Domestic Violence, 21 Am. U. J. of Gender Soc. Pol'y, & L. 413 (2012).
Women and Poisons in 17th Century France, 87 Chicago-Kent L. Rev. 347 (2012).
Women in the Aftermath of the 2010 Haitian Earthquake, 25 Emory Int'l L. Rev. 1193 (2011).
From Violence Against Women to Womens Violence in Haiti, 19 Columbia J. of Gender & L. 1029 (2010). This paper was awarded the 2009 Stanford Richard S. Goldsmith Writing Award in Dispute Resolution, and 2008 Marjorie Lozoff Graduate Essay Prize at the Michelle R. Clayman Institute for Gender Research, Stanford University.
What Have Women Got to do with Peace? A Gender Analysis of the Laws of War and Peacemaking, 10 Georgetown J. of Gender & L. 37 (2009).
Rape, Blue Jeans and Judicial Developments in Italy, 16 Columbia J. of European L.13 (2009).
The Double Weakness of Girls: Discrimination and Sexual Violence in Haiti, 44 Stanford J. Int'l. L. 147 (2008). This paper was awarded the 2007 Carl Mason Franklin Prize in International Law at Stanford Law School for the most outstanding paper in International Law.
HONORS AND AWARDS
Recipient of the 2012 Jesse W. Carter Award for Faculty Scholarship at Golden Gate University School of Law.
Gerald J. Lieberman Fellowship, Stanford University (awarded twice)
O'Bie Shultz Completion Dissertation Fellowship, Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies, Stanford University
VPGE Diversity Dissertation Research grant
Graduate Dissertation Fellowship, Michelle Clayman Institute for Gender Research, Stanford University
O'Bie Shultz Dissertation Research Travel Grant, Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies, Stanford University
Richard Goldsmith Research Fellowship, Stanford Center on International Conflict and Negotiation, Stanford University
JSD Dissertation Research Grant, Stanford Law School
International Studies Association Travel Grant
Arthur C. Helton Fellowship, American Society of International Law
Stanford Center on International Conflict and Negotiation Fellowship, Stanford University
Stanford Law School Scholarship, Stanford University
The Class of 2002 Fellowship in Conflict Resolution, Stanford University
GGU Law Dean Rachel Van Cleave interviews Professor Benedetta Faedi Duramy about her journey through academia: Your Career: A Path to Scholarship, The Recorder, Oct. 25, 2013.