Johanna Bond joined Washington and Lee as an Associate Professor of Law in 2008.
Professor Bond's teaching and scholarship focuses on international human rights law
and gender and the law. In 2001, Professor Bond was selected as a Senior Fulbright
Scholar and traveled to Uganda and Tanzania to conduct research that later resulted in
her edited book, Voices of African Women: Women's Rights in Ghana, Uganda, and
Tanzania. 

Articles

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Victimization, Mainstreaming, and the Complexity of Gender in Armed Conflict, Santa Clara Journal of International Law (2012)
 

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Honor as Property, Columbia Journal of Gender & Law (2012)
 

Books

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Domestic Violence in Nepal (with Kathleen Graham and Cheryl Thomas) (1998)
 

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Achieving the 'Rights' Result: Affirmative Action and the Women's Convention (with International Women's Rights Action Watch) (1997)
 
The Women's Convention and CEDAW: Opportunites and Challenges in Light of Beijing (with International Women's Rights Action Watch) (1996)
 

Book Chapters

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The Legal System of Nepal, Legal Systems of the World (2002)
 

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Violence Against Women and International Human Rights Law (with Robin Phillips), Violence Against Women: A Sourcebook (2001)
 

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International Child Mortality (with Sosamma Samuel), Global Child Survival: A Human Rights Priority (1999)