Stephen Sharp Queener

Hume Honors Fellow
International Relations; Minor in German Studies

Stephen Sharp Queener is a senior studying international relations and minoring in German studies. A member of the international relations honors program, Stephen’s studies focus around analyzing the relationships between political interests & international law, international organizations, and the pursuit of international justice. He currently works with Professor David Cohen, investigating the history and legacy of transitional justice mechanisms in Timor-Leste, and has previous research experience in genocide studies, working under Stanford History Professor Norman Naimark and as a visiting student fellow at the Institute for Diaspora and Genocide Studies in Bochum, Germany. Originally from Santa Barbara, CA, Stephen’s interests outside of the classroom include skateboarding, playing guitar, and reading German philosophy. Post-graduation, he hopes to travel to Germany to pursue a master’s degree in human rights at the Friedrich Alexander University in Nuremberg.

SHC Project

The Political Power of the Ban on War: Development, Practice, and a Defense of Legalism

Stephen Sharp Queener