Universiteit Antwerpen
CENTRE FOR LAW AND COSMOPOLITAN VALUES

The Centre invites researchers with an international reputation to undertake innovative research in the designated areas of interest. Usually the stay will be confined to a few weeks, aiming at the completion of recent work in progress, but longer stays may also be arranged, especially when they are combined with sabbatical leaves or other funded research schemes. In addition the Centre is prepared to support applications to the principle Flemish, European and international research funding bodies with a view to covering any expenses incurring from travel subsistence and research. Subject to availability, the Centre provides office space, PC facilities and full access to its specialist research library.

Current Visiting Fellows

Hakeem Yusuf
Dr Hakeem Yusuf is currently a Reader in Law and Public Policy and Director of LLM Programmes in Human Rights at the Law School, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK. His research is in the areas of transitional justice, economic, social and cultural rights, judicial constitutionalism as well as business and human rights. Accountability for the exercise of power by institutions of the state and non-state actors is the overarching theme of his research across these areas.

Dr. Chen Jingrong
Chen Jingrong is a lecturer at the Law School of Chongqing University of China and a visiting scholar at the Centre for Law and Cosmopolitan Values of the Antwerp University in the area of human rights law and WTO. Her main research interests lie in constitutional theory, human rights law, Chinese legal history and thought.

Ye Yizhou
Ye Yizhou is a PhD candidate at the Law School of Renmin University of China in the filed of jurisprudence and holds a LLM in Common law from The Chinese University of Hong Kong. His research aims to advance a better understanding of the relationship between common sense and legal order. He also interested in the Scottish common sense philosophy and philosophy of ordinary language.

Former Visiting Fellows

Alexandros H. Stylianidis
Alexandros H. Stylianidis is a PhD candidate at the Law School of the University of Vienna in the field of human rights.

Prof. Arudra Burra
Arudra Burra is an Assistant Professor of philosophy at the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences in the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi.

Dr. Raphael Etzion
Raphael Etzion is Adjunct Lecturer at Sha’arei Mishpat College.

Prof. Filimon Peonidis
Filimon Peonidis is Associate Professor of Moral and Political Philosophy at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.

Dr. Veronica Rodriguez-Blanco
Veronica Rodriguez-Blanco is a Senior Lecturer in Law at the Birmingham Law School.

Dr. Valentina Gentile
Valentina Gentile is a Research Fellow at the Centre for Ethics and Global Politics of the University LUISS (Rome).

Prof. José Manuel Cabra Apalategui
José Manuel is contract professor at the University of Màlaga.

Dr. Sylvie Delacroix
Sylvie Delacroix is a lecturer at UCL and the director of the UCL Centre for Ethics and Law.

Prof. Martha Albertson Fineman
Martha Albertson Fineman is Robert Woodrof Professor of Law at the Emory Law School. Her research interests lie in Family Law and Jurisprudence. She is the founder and the Director of the Feminism and Legal Theory Project.

Dr. Dimitrios Kyritsis
Dimitrios Kyritsis is a Lecturer in Law at the University of Sheffield.

Dr. Anne Meuwese
Anne is a postdoctoral Marie Curie fellow at the Faculty of Law of the University of Antwerp. From March 2008 she is a visiting researcher at the Centre for Law and Cosmopolitan Values.

Dr. John Pearson
John Pearson is a visiting Fellow at the Centre for Law and Cosmopolitan Values from September 2009 unitl August 2010. His current research focuses on republican political theory, international labour standards and cosmopolitan democracy.