Hannah Franzki

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Research fellow in the transnational force of law project since September 2015.

Member of teaching staff, international course “Derechos Humanos y Estudios Críticos del Derecho” at the Latin American Council of Social Sciences (Consejo Latinoamericano de Ciencias Sociales, CLACSO).

Hannah holds a PhD from the School of Law, Birkbeck College, University of London. Title: “Criminal Trials, Economic Dimensions of State Crime, and the Politics of Time in International Criminal Law. A German-Argentine constellation” (supervised by Prof. Peter Fitzpatrick).

From 2004 to 2010 studies in politics, peace and conflict studies and law in Marburg, Montevideo and Warwick.

Research Interests:
Legal theory and philosophy, International Political Economy, in particular Transnational Investment Law, International Criminal Law, Transitional Justice, State crime, critical theory, Walter Benjamin.

Languages: German, Spanish, English

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Projektbezogene Publikationen

Book chapter

2016 On the critical potential of law – and its limits: Double Fragmentation of Law in Chevron vs. Ecuador.
in: Blome/ Franzki/Fischer-Lescano/Markard/Oeter (eds.): Contested Regime Collisions: Norm Fragmentation in World Society. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Book chapter

2015 A modo de (in)conclusión: Entre complicidad judicial y violencia jurídica.
in: Bohoslavsky (ed.): Usted también doctor? Complicidad de funcionarios judiciales y abogados durante la dictadura. Buenos Aires: siglo veintiuno editores, pp. 415-426.

Article

2012 Wirtschaftliche Rationalität vs. Menschenrechte und Autonomie: die Republik Argentinien vor Gericht
Kritische Justiz 45(1), pp. 39-53 (co-authored with Ana E. Caballo).

Contribution

2012 Eurocenrism
Online Dictionary Social and Political Key Terms of the Americas: Politics, Inequalities, and North-South Relations, Version 1.0 (2012).

Edited Volume

2016 Contested Regime Collisions. Norm Fragmentation in World Society
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (edited together with Kerstin Blome, Nora Markard and Stefan Oeter).