Lee Ann Fujji is a PhD candidate in Political Science at the George Washington University. Her dissertation research is a micro-level analysis of ordinary people’s participation in genocidal violence against neighbors. In 2004, she spent nine months doing fieldwork in two Rwandan prisons and villages. She is currently writing her dissertation and will be a resident fellow at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in the Africa Program during the summer of 2005. She also holds a MA in International Relations from San Francisco State University and BA in music from Reed College. Previously, she worked in professional regional theatre as an actor, director and teacher.