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Zieva Konvisser


Zieva Konvisser, Ph.D. is a Fellow of the Fielding Graduate University Institute for Social Innovation and an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice at Wayne State University. She is the author of "Psychological Consequences of Wrongful Conviction in Women and the Possibility of Positive Change" (DePaul Journal for Social Justice, Spring 2012), “'What Happened to Me Can Happen to Anybody' – Women Exonerees Speak Out" (Texas A&M Law Review, 2015, 3), "Exoneree Engagement in Policy Reform Work: An Exploratory Study of the Innocence Movement Policy Reform Process" (Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, February 2017), and "Living Beyond Terrorism: Israeli Stories of Hope and Healing" (Gefen, 2014).