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Suzanne Katzenstein, ’99, speaks to students and faculty of the College of Social Studies on the topic, “Transitional Justice Courts: Empty Promises?” on March 4 during a luncheon in Woodhead Lounge. Katzenstein, who is now pursuing a Ph.D in political science from Columbia University, spent a year in India on a Fulbright fellowship studying domestic violence. She then attended Harvard Law School during which she continued to pursue her interest in human rights spending her summers at the Truth and Reconciliation Commission in East Timor, at the ACLU Immigrants' Rights Project and at the International Labor Rights Fund in Washington, D.C.