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Juliana SANTOS DE CARVALHO

PhD Researcher in International Law
Spoken languages
English, French, Portuguese
Areas of expertise
  • Gender and International Law
  • Women, Peace and Security
  • International Security
  • International Justice Systems
  • Gender studies
  • General principles of public international law

PhD Thesis

 

Title: The Gender Politics of Legality: A Feminist Analysis of Legal Construction in International Law

PhD Supervisors: Nico Krisch and Elisabeth Prügl (IR/PS)
 

Profile

 

Juliana is a PhD student in International Law with a minor in International Relations & Political Science at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies. She is a holder of a Swiss Government Excellence Scholarship for Foreign Scholars and a research assistant to the project “Diversity on the International Bench: Building Legitimacy for International Courts and Tribunals”, housed at the Albert Hirschman Centre on Democracy. She holds an LLM in Law and Politics of International Security (cum laude) from the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and an LLB (summa cum laude) from the Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte (Brazil). Previously, Juliana worked as a project assistant to the Institute for Societal Resilience of the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (2018-2019), and contributed as research associate to the Netherlands Office of the Public International Law and Policy Group (2017-2018). She was also an intern at the International Criminal Court in 2019 and worked as an academic secretary at the Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte from 2013 to 2017. She is a member of the Brazilian Bar Association since 2017. For her PhD thesis, she is working on feminist approaches to the identification and construction of legality in international law.

 

Research Interests

 

  • Feminist Approaches to the Identification and Construction of Legality in International Law

 

Relevant PUBLICATIONS
 

‘A ‘Male’ Future? An Analysis on Gendered Discourses Regarding Lethal Autonomous Weapons Systems’. Amsterdam Law Forum, 10(2): 41-61.

 

Academic Work Experience

 

Research Experience

Research Assistant to the project “Diversity on the International Bench: Building Legitimacy for International Courts and Tribunals”, housed at the Albert Hirschman Centre on Democracy

(2017-2018) Research Associate to the Netherlands Office of the Public International Law and Policy Group

 

Affiliations

 

Member of the Brazilian Bar Association since 2017

 

Fellowships, Grants and Awards

 

Swiss Government Excellence Scholarship for Foreign Scholars

 

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