Shannon Fyfe

Assistant Professor at George Mason University
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Shannon Fyfe is an Assistant Professor of Philosophy and a Fellow in the Institute for Philosophy and Public Policy at George Mason University. Dr. Fyfe’s research interests are in political philosophy, ethics, and legal philosophy, with a focus on philosophy and international conflict, particularly international criminal law. Her work in this field seeks to provide a philosophical framework for defending and criticizing current practices of holding individuals legally and morally accountable for their participation in mass atrocities. She has published articles that engage with international criminal law, speech act theory, just war theory, and moral psychology, and she recently co-authored a book responding to criticisms of international criminal courts and tribunals.

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