Global Fellows Forum, Spring 2009


Global Fellows Forum
Spring 2010


The Global Fellows Forum makes up the 'intellectual heart' of our Center at NYU. The Forum, composed of the Fellows of the Center and invited guests, meets regularly throughout the semester to discuss presentations of ongoing research and developments within the sphere of interest of the Center. Discussion in the Forum is intense, critical but always friendly and supportive. It is the principal means for Fellows to interact intellectually, receive feedback on their research and enjoy the synergies which intellectual communities at their best are able to provide. To date, it has also been a very pleasant social institution - and we plan to keep it that way.




January 26, 2010  

Antonello Tancredi

Professor of International Law at the University of Palermo School of Law. 

Research Project: "The Absence of Direct Effect of WTO Law in the European Community Legal System: a Matter of Institutional Balancing."

     
February 2, 2010  

Dimitry Kochenov

Lecturer in European Law, University of Groningen, Faculty of Law.

Research Project: "EU’s Possible Future: The Transformative Potential of the Tandem of European Citizenship and Equality."

     
March 4, 2010  

Diletta Tega

Researcher of Constitutional Law at the University of Milan - Bicocca, School of Law.

Research Project: "Different Country, Different Definition? The Constitutional Meaning of the Principle of Equality."

     
March 23, 2010  

Sarah Kahn-Nisser

Instructor, Department of Political Studies and Department of Social Studies, Bar-Ilan University, Israel.

Research Project: "Inclusion, Exclusion and the Copenhagen Political Accession Criteria: The Cases of Turkey and Poland."

     
April 13, 2010  

Miriam Aziz

Associate Professor of Public and Administrative Law at the Department of Law, Siena University, Italy.

Research Project: "Global Copyright Law: What's the Song and Dance About?"

     
April 20, 2010  

Stefania Ninatti

Associate Professor of Italian and European Public Law at the University of Turin, School of Economics.

The 'Guardian of the Constitution' and Foreign Law: A Matter of Interpretation?"

   
 


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