Gabriela Siracusano

Gabriela Siracusano received her PhD in Art History at the Universidad de Buenos Aires (UBA). She is a Career Scientific Researcher at the National Research Council of Argentina (CONICET). She was a Professor of Colonial Art at the Universidad Nacional...

Diana Wechsler

Diana Beatriz Wechsler (Buenos Aires) has received her PhD in art history (University of Granada) with a doctoral dissertation (1995) on “Critica de arte, condicionadora del gusto. La consagracion y el consumo de obras de arte. Buenos Aires 1920- 1930”,...

Messing with the Mess We Are In

Notes from the Transregional Academy on “Redistribution and the Law in an Antagonistic World”, 21-30 August 2017, Berlin by Thomas Dollmaier German legal scholarship has a reputation for being quite orthodox. Amid doctrinal sophistication and positivist assumptions, however, lie hidden...

Tuğba Karagöz: A Universal Regime of Investment Protection and Foreign Investment Insurance

A Universal Regime of Investment Protection and Foreign Investment Insurance This paper analyses the operation of foreign investment insurance with reference to the debates over a universal regime of investment protection. Foreign investment insurance offers protection against political and social...

Celine Tan

Celine Tan is Associate Professor of Law at Warwick University, UK. She is also the Director of the Centre for Law, Regulation and Governance of the Global Economy (GLOBE) based at the School of Law, University of Warwick. She joined...

Ximena Sierra-Camargo: Reshaping the Constitutional State under the Hegemonic Idea of Development as a Form of Intervention

Reshaping the Constitutional State under the Hegemonic Idea of Development as a Form of Intervention, in a Context of Global Coloniality: The Case of the Large-scale Gold Mining Law in Colombia Ximena’s research explores how transnational agents (from the gold...