Towards Parity Democracy

Written by Mark Briggs. Posted in Profiles

Ruth Rubio Marín is Professor of Constitutional and Public Comparative Law at the EUI. Her work explores the possible emergence of parity democracy and the subversion of the sexual contract implicit and embedded in the modern state

The laws of war

Written by Mark Briggs. Posted in Profiles

Boyd van Dijk is a first year researcher in the Department of History and Civilization. His work centres on the Fourth Geneva Convention

A non-traditional academic

Written by Mark Briggs. Posted in Profiles

Ben Hammersley is a Robert Schuman Fellow with the Global Governance Programme. He is currently working on a paper reframing responses to terrorism through the lens of public health

Language and Democracy

Written by Mark Briggs. Posted in Profiles

Joseph Lacey is a researcher and Fulbright Scholar in the Department of Political and Social Science. His work explores democratic legitimacy in multilingual federal states and sits at the crossroads between democratic theory, EU studies and comparative politics

Crossing the Road

Written by Rosie. Posted in Profiles

Ramon Marimon launched the EUI’s Max Weber Programme for Postdoctoral Studies seven years ago. As his term as director comes to an end, he talks to EUI Times about developing a programme that now attracts 1,200 applicants annually.

Environment and Economics

Written by Rosie. Posted in Profiles

Silvia Albrizio, a fourth-year researcher, speaks to the EUI Times about her reasearch examining environmental and social issues through the lens of investment and economic policies.