Anne Bartlett received her Ph.D. from the Sociology Department
at the University of Chicago. Bartlett has worked on Darfur related
issues for many years. Bartlett's research interests
center on identity, inter-ethnic violence and armed movements in
Darfur. She also researches humanitarian intervention and its
effects in the region. Her book entitled Insurgent Identities:
Conflict and the Politics of Difference in Darfur is close to
completion and is the result of over ten years of ethnographic
research with the armed movements and the general population of
Bartlett was the chair of the United Nations hearing on the
Darfur crisis, UN commission on Human Rights, 60th Session, Geneva,
Switzerland, April 2004. She has also met with former President
Thabo Mbeki and the African National Congress in South Africa to
discuss progress on the situation in Darfur. Bartlett has published
extensively on the Darfur crisis and has given numerous talks on
the subject worldwide.
Bartlett is President Elect of the Sudan Studies Association.
The 33rd Annual Sudan Studies Association conference will be held
at the University of San Francisco, May 23rd, 24th and 25th 2014.
Details of the program may be found here: Sudan Studies 2014
Bartlett is also the Director of the Master's Program
in International Studies at USF.
Ph.D., University of Chicago
Director, M.A. in International Studies
Office Hours: Will restart in the Fall