Ron Levi


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Ron Levi

 Associate Professor


Ron Levi is an Associate Professor of Global Affairs and Sociology, and holds the George Ignatieff Chair in Peace and Conflict Studies. Ron’s research focuses on global justice institutions, human rights regimes, and law and internationalization. He is currently conducting research on: (1) the fields of international criminal law, human rights, and international development, with an emphasis on legal and institutional responses to human rights violations and atrocities; (2) criminal justice and urban policies within the social and political rationalities of modern states (such as neoliberalism); and (3) immigration, diasporas, and experiences of law, crime, citizenship and the state. Ron currently directs the Master of Global Affairs program in the Munk School of Global Affairs, and is a recipient of the UTSU/APUS Undergraduate Teaching Award for Teaching Excellence.