Adam Rosenblatt is an Associate Professor of the Practice in International Comparative Studies at Duke. He researches at the intersections of human rights, social justice, and care of the dead. His first book, Digging for the Disappeared: Forensic Science after Atrocity (Stanford University Press, 2015), explores how the scientific experts who exhume mass graves interact with international institutions, grieving families, and dead bodies in the wake of human rights violations. His next book is about volunteers who are reclaiming neglected gravesites, including African American burial grounds and former mental hospital cemeteries. In addition to the academic positions he has held, he has worked for Physicians for Human Rights, the Human Rights Center of the Universidad de Chile, and as an AmeriCorps VISTA volunteer in the Rio Grande Valley, Texas.