Liv Navntoft Henningsen

Ph.d.-studerende, LL.M. (Master degree in law)

  • Universitetsvej 1, 25.1

    DK-4000 Roskilde

    Denmark

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Personal profile

Research

I am a PhD Fellow at the Departement of Social Sciences and Business. I participate in two research groups, i.e. Power, Identity and Critique as well as Social Dynamics and Change. Furthermore, I am engaged in the Center for Gender, Power and Diversity that is an interdisciplinary colloboration at Roskilde University. My research interests include human rights law and discrimination/inequality, particularly stereotyping, stigma and bias, as well as constitutional law. In my PhD project, I analyse some new tendencies in case-law from the European Court of Human Rights regarding stereotyping.

Teaching

I teach on the English courses Human Rights and International Law for the Social Sciences, as well as some Danish courses on human rights law, administrative law and legal sociology. I supervise projects on human rights law, international law, EU law, UN regulation, constitutional law, administrative law, legal sociology, legal theory and legal feminism.

Education/Academic qualification

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Award Date: 1 Mar 2018

Keywords

  • Gender studies, Ethnicity, Equal rights
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