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Anne Orford
Anne Orford (Australia)
Senior Lecturer, University of Melbourne

- Fellows for the Academic Year 2002-2003

Dr Anne Orford is a Senior Lecturer in the Law School at the University of Melbourne.

She holds degrees from the University of Queensland (BA, LLB(Hons)), the University of London (LLM) and the University of Adelaide (PhD).

She researches in the areas of human rights, international economic law, postcolonial theory and feminist legal theory. Her publications in those areas include articles in the European Journal of International Law, the Harvard International Law Journal and the Michigan Journal of International Law. She is currently completing work on a book about humanitarian intervention and its aftermath to be published by Cambridge University Press in 2002.

While visiting the Jean Monnet Center she will further her research into the relationship between free trade, human rights and democracy.

Her main hobby at present is raising two young sons, Hamish and Felix, who she is sure will make the most of the chance to explore New York city in the spring.


Publication list

-Monographs-
  • Reading Humanitarian Intervention (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2002)
-Refereed journal articles and book chapters-
  • 'The Promise of Self-Determination: The International Community and Post-Conflict Reconstruction' in Hilary Charlesworth and Jean-Marc Coicaud (eds), The Legitimacy of International Intervention (Tokyo: UNU, forthcoming 2002)
  • 'Feminism, Imperialism and the Mission of International Law' (2002) Nordic Journal of International Law (forthcoming 2002)
  • 'Globalisation and The Right to Development' in Philip Alston (ed), Peoples' Rights, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2001, 127-184
  • 'Positivism and the Power of International Law' (2000) 24 Melbourne University Law Review 502-529
  • 'Muscular Humanitarianism: Reading the Narratives of the New Interventionism' (1999) 10 European Journal of International Law 679-711
  • 'Embodying Internationalism: The Making of International Lawyers' 20 Australian Year Book of International Law 1-34
  • 'Contesting Globalization: A Feminist Perspective on the Future of Human Rights' (1998) 8 Transnational Law and Contemporary Problems 171-198, reprinted as 'Contesting Globalization: A Feminist Perspective on the Future of Human Rights' in Burns H Weston and Stephen P Marks (eds), The Future of Human Rights, New York: Transnational Publishers Inc, 1999, 157-185
  • 'Grand Narratives and the Law School Curriculum: Teaching Indigenous Australians and the Law' (with Jennifer Clarke) in Judith Grbich (ed), Native Title Rights and Colonisation, Melbourne: AFLF, 1999, 156-172
  • 'Making the State Safe for the Market: The World Bank's World Development Report 1997' (1998) 22 Melbourne University Law Review 196-217 (with Jennifer Beard)
  • 'Locating the International: Military and Monetary Interventions after the Cold War' (1997) 38 Harvard International Law Journal 443-485
  • 'The Politics of Collective Security' (1996) 17 Michigan Journal of International Law 373-411
  • 'The Uses of Sovereignty in the New Imperial Order' (1996) 6 Australian Feminist Law Journal 63-86
  • 'Citizenship, Sovereignty and Globalisation: Teaching International Law in the Post-Soviet Era' (1995) 6 Legal Education Review 251-261
  • 'Liberty, Equality, Pornography: The Bodies of Women and Human Rights Discourse' (1994) 3 Australian Feminist Law Journal 72-102
-Other publications-
  • 'The Power of International Law' (2000) Proceedings of the Inaugural Joint Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Society of International Law and the American Society of International Law
  • 'The Subject of Globalization: Economics, Identity and Human Rights' in Proceedings of the 94th Annual Meeting of the American Society of International Law (2000) 146-148.
  • 'Grand Narratives and the Law School Curriculum: Teaching Indigenous Australians and the Law' (1998) 11 Australian Feminist Law Journal 156-172 (with Jennifer Clarke)
  • 'Introduction to this Issue' (1995) 6 Legal Education Review 117-127 (co-authored with Margaret Davies, Bronwyn Naylor and Dianne Otto)
  • 'A Radical Agenda for Collective Security Reform' (1995) Proceedings of the Third Annual Meeting of the Australian and New Zealand Society of International Law 71-86
  • 'The Security Council: A Feminist Analysis' (1994) Proceedings of the Second Annual Meeting of the Australian and New Zealand Society of International Law 242-252
 
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