Below you will find a list of people currently conducting research at the CICJ. An overview of the research projects they are working on can be found at  the Research & Publications page.

Bijleveld, Catrien Professor of Research Methods in criminology
Bolhuis, Maarten Assistant Professor criminology
Bruïne, Gabi de PhD Candidate criminology
Chlevickaite, Gabriele PhD Candidate criminology
Corrias, Luigi Assistant Professor philosophy of law
Cupido, Marjolein Assistant Professor international criminal law
Drenk, Dylan PhD Candidate criminology
Haan, Willem de Senior Research Fellow criminology
Hirsch Ballin, Marianne Professor criminal law and criminal procedural law
Holá, Barbora Associate Professor criminology
Hoon, Marieke de Assistant Professor international law, international criminal law and human rights law
Huisman, Wim Professor criminology
Mayans Hermida, Beatriz PhD Candidate criminology
Regan, Isabella Lecturer/Researcher criminology
Rodermond, Elanie Assistant Professor criminology/NSCR
Rozemond, Klaas Associate Professor criminal law
Rueda, Lily PhD Candidate criminology
Stuifbergen, Jantien Lecturer and PhD Candidate criminology
Veraart, Wouter Professor Legal Philosophy
Vredeveldt, Annelies Associate Professor criminology
Weerdesteijn, Maartje Assistant Professor criminology
Weiss-de Boer, Laura Postdoctoral Researcher criminology
Whitehead, Eva PhD Candidate criminology
Wijk, Joris van Associate Professor criminology
Yanev, Lachezar Assistant Professor international criminal law

Affiliated fellows

  • Kjell Anderson – Kjell Anderson is a criminologist and jurist specialized in the study of mass violence and mass atrocities. He holds PhD and LLM degrees in International Human Rights Law (from the National University of Ireland and Utrecht University, respectively), as well as MA and BA degrees in Conflict Studies (from Carleton University and the University of Saskatchewan. His forthcoming book Perpetrating Genocide: A Criminological Account (Routledge 2017) is based on interviews with perpetrators and victims of atrocities in Rwanda, Burundi, Uganda, Bosnia, Iraq, Bangladesh, India, and Cambodia. He is a former vice president of the International Association of Genocide Scholars and a current member of the Board of Directors of the Sentinel Project for Genocide Prevention.