August 2007-July 2010: National Science Foundation Human and Social Dynamics Initiative, for data collection, coding and analysis of advocacy websites, surveys, focus groups and interviews with human rights advocates to explore variation in issue adoption within the human rights network.
July 2007-September 2008: National Science Foundation Law and Social Sciences grant, to study international criminal law norm creation.
September 2004-August 2005: National Science Foundation Human and Social Dynamics Exploratory Grant, to conduct research on the humanitarian response to children born as a result of wartime sexual violence.
November 2003-April 2005: John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Research and Writing Grant, to conduct research on the humanitarian response to children born of forced pregnancy in the Balkans.
October 2003: International Studies Association Workshop Grant, to organize an interdisciplinary workshop on “Gender, Ethnicity and Children’s Human Rights: Theorizing Babies Born of Wartime Sexual Violence” at the 2004 Annual Conference of the International Studies Association, Montreal, Canada.