Submitted by Megha Swamy on February 26, 2016 - 4:14pm
John Hursh is a Policy Analyst at the Enough Project, where he focuses on Sudan. John is a research attorney specializing in human rights, development, and natural resource governance. Before joining the Enough Project, he worked as a Research Consultant for Rights and Resources Initiative and as a Research Associate for Landesa. He has published on numerous subjects including the construction of otherness in international law and armed conflict, democratization, Islamic law, and women’s rights in Morocco, and corporate criminality and genocide. His most recent work is Water Scarcity in Morocco: Voice, Narrative, and Essential Resource Governance, in Governing Access to Essential Resources (Columbia University Press, 2015). John was an O’Brien Fellow at McGill University Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism and a Snyder Fellow at University of Cambridge Lauterpacht Centre for International Law.
He holds a LL.M. from McGill University Institute of Comparative Law, a J.D. from Indiana University Maurer School of Law, and a M.P.A. from Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs. He also holds a M.A. and B.A. from Carnegie Mellon University.