- Presidential Teacher 2014-2017
- Grasselli Brown Faculty Teaching Award 2009-10
- University Professor 2007-08
Ph.D., Harvard University, 2004
Research & Specialization
- Violence, Power and War
- Popular Protest
- Human Rights, Law and Justice
- Law and Conflict
- Militarization and Impunity
- International Justice
- Transitional Justice
- South Asia
Watch an interview with Haley Duschinski about her research in India.
- ANTH 1010: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
- ANTH 3400: Applied Anthropology
- ANTH 3530/5530: Anthropology of Violence & Peace
- ANTH 3800/5800: Cultures of South Asia
- ANTH 4620/5620: Human Rights, Law & Justice
- ANTH 4620/5620: Human Rights, Law & Justice in Northern Ireland (Spring Break study abroad)
- CAS 2500: Breaking the Law
- HC 2900: Imagining International Justice
- LJC 2000: Core Course in Law, Justice & Culture
Duschinski, Haley, Mona Bhan, Ather Zia, and Cynthia Mahmood, editors. 2018. Resisting Occupation in Kashmir. University of Pennsylvania Press.
Bhan, Mona, Haley Duschinski, and Ather Zia. 2018. “’Rebels of the Streets: Violence, Protest and Freedom in Kashmir,” in Resisting Occupation in Kashmir, edited by Haley Duschinski, Mona Bhan, Ather Zia, and Cynthia Mahmood. University of Pennsylvania Press.
Duschinski, Haley and Bruce Hoffman. 2018. “Contesting Law, Contesting the State: Jurisdictional Authority of the Majlis-e-Mushawarat of Kashmir,” in Resisting Occupation in Kashmir, edited by Haley Duschinski, Mona Bhan, Ather Zia, and Cynthia Mahmood. University of Pennsylvania Press.
Duschinski, Haley and Mona Bhan. 2017. “Law Containing Violence: Critical Ethnographies of Occupation and Resistance.” Introduction to Special Issue of Journal of Legal Pluralism and Unofficial Law 49(3): 253-267.
Duschinski, Haley and Shrimoyee Nandini Ghosh. 2017. “Constituting the Occupation: Preventive Detention and Permanent Emergency in Kashmir.” Journal of Legal Pluralism and Unofficial Law 49(3): 314-337.
Hamrick, Ellie and Haley Duschinski. 2017. “Enduring Injustice: Memory Politics and Namibia’s Genocide Reparations Movement.” Memory Studies. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1177/1750698017693668.
Hoffman, Bruce and Haley Duschinski. 2014. Contestations over Law, Power and Representation in Kashmir Valley. Interventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies. 16(4): 501-530.
Duschinski, Haley. 2013. “New Ethnographies of International Justice.” Essay review of Culture under Cross-Examination by Tim Kelsall, Public Justice and the Anthropology of Law by Ronald Niezen, and Localizing Transitional Justice by Rosalind Shaw and Lars Waldorf. Political and Legal Anthropology Review, 199-207.
Duschinski, Haley and Bruce Hoffman. 2011. “On the Frontlines of the Law: Legal Advocacy and Political Protest by Lawyers in Contested Kashmir.” Anthropology Today 27(5): 8-12.
Duschinski, Haley and Bruce Hoffman. 2011. “Everyday Violence, Institutional Denial, and Struggles for Justice in Kashmir.” Race & Class 52(4): 44-70.
Duschinski, Haley. 2010. “Reproducing Regimes of Impunity: Fake Encounters and the Informalization of Violence in Kashmir Valley.” Cultural Studies 24(1): 110-132.
Duschinski, Haley. 2009. “Destiny Effects: Militarization, State Power, and Punitive Containment in Kashmir Valley.” Anthropological Quarterly 82(3): 691-718.
Duschinski, Haley. 2008. “Try Out Participatory Justice.” In Combat Law: The Human Rights & Law Bimonthly (India) 7(4): July-August, 43-45.
Duschinski, Haley. 2008. “‘Survival Is Now Our Politics’: Kashmiri Hindu Community Identity and the Politics of Homeland.” International Journal of Hindu Studies 12(1): 41-64.
Duschinski, Haley. 2007. “‘India Displacing Indians for the Sake of India’: Kashmiri Hindu Migrant Vendors and the Secular State.” Political and Legal Anthropology Review 30(1): 90-108.