I’m a PhD student in the Department of Government at Georgetown University. My research focuses on three themes: (1) the dynamics of mass atrocities; (2) civilian mobilization during mass atrocities and other types of large-scale violence; and (3) international policy responses to mass atrocities and violent conflict. I’m also interested in how US social movements appropriate international human rights norms as a strategy of contention.

In addition to my PhD work, I’m an associate research fellow at the US Holocaust Memorial Museum’s Simon-Skjodt Center for the Prevention of Genocide, where I previously worked as a research assistant, and an Affiliated Scholar at the International Justice Lab at the College of William & Mary. I’ve also worked at Booz Allen Hamilton and the Central Intelligence Agency. I have a bachelor’s degree in international politics from Georgetown’s Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service.

You can follow me on Twitter at @dan_e_solo. To get in touch, send me a note at daniel.solomon18@gmail.com.

The thoughts expressed on this website reflect my own opinions, and do not represent those of any organization.

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