Zieva Dauber Konvisser

Zieva Dauber Konvisser

Adjunct Assistant Professor

fx1746@wayne.edu

Wayne State University

Department of Criminal Justice

Curriculum vitae

Website(s)

www.zievakonvisser.com

Zieva Dauber Konvisser

Research interest(s)/area of expertise

Human impact of traumatic events, e.g. terrorism, genocide, war, and wrongful conviction

Oral histories of trauma survivors

Psychological consequences of wrongful conviction

Research

Wrongful Conviction

Trauma Research

Education

  • Ph.D., Fielding Graduate University, Human Development, 2006
  • M.A., Fielding Graduate University, Human Development, 2005
  • M.S., Ohio State University, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, 1966
  • A.B., Douglass College, Rutgers, The State University, Chemistry, 1964

Selected publications

Konvisser Z. D. Exonerated Women in the Innocence Movement. In From Liminality to Communitas: The Collective Dimensions of Transformative Learning, Journal of Transformative Education, April 2020.

Konviisser, Z. D. Resilience and Vulnerability in Aging Holocaust Survivors and Their Descendants, Resilience: Navigating Challenges of Modern Life (Fielding Monograph Series) (Volume 12, pp. 13-51), February 15, 2019.

Konvisser, Z. D. & Werry, A. Exoneree Engagement in Policy Reform Work: An Exploratory Study of the Innocence Movement Policy Reform Process, Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, 33(1) (2017), 43-60,

Konvisser, Z. D. From Terror to Meaning and Healing – A Franklian View, The International Forum for Logotherapy, 39(2016), 22-27.

Konvisser, Z. D. Healing Returning Veterans: The Role of Storytelling and Community, Veteran and Family Reintegration: Identity, Healing, and Reconciliation (Fielding Monograph Series), 8(2016), 14-46.

Konvisser, Z. D. “What Happened to Me Can Happen to Anybody” – Women Exonerees Speak Out, Texas A&M Law Review, 3(2015), 303-366.

Konvisser, Z. D. Living Beyond Terrorism: Israeli Stories of Hope and Healing, Gefen Publishing House (2014).

Konvisser, Z. D. Themes of Resilience and Growth in Survivors of Politically Motivated Violence, Traumatology, 19, no. 4 (2013): 292-302.

Konvisser, Z. D. Psychological Consequences of Wrongful Conviction in Women and the Possibility of Positive Change, DePaul University College of Law, Center for Public Interest Law’s Journal for Social Justice, 5(2) (2012), 221-94.