Constitutionalizing in the Anthropocene

Marie Petersmann

Postdoctoral Researcher

Tilburg University
Public Law and Governance

Tech-based Prototypes in Climate Governance: On Scalability, Replicability, and Representation

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Tech-based Prototypes in Climate Governance: On Scalability, Replicability, and Representation

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Cittadini Sentinella: Percepire Catastrofi tra Covid-19 e Cambiamento Climatico

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L’Altro Diritto

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Citizen Sensing and Ontopolitics in the Anthropocene: Engaging with Covid-19 and Climate Change

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COVID-19 from the Margins: Pandemic Invisibilities, Policies and Resistance in the Datafied Society

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Book Review: The unconstructable earth: an ecology of separation by Frédéric Neyrat

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Law and Humanities

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Response-abilities of Care in More-than-Human Worlds

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Journal of Human Rights and the Environment

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I wish there was a treaty we could sign: An inquiry into the making of the global pact for the environment

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Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies

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Contested indigeneity and traditionality in environmental litigation: The politics of expertise in regional human rights courts

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Human Rights Law Review

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Sympoietic thinking and Earth System Law: The Earth, its subjects and the law

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Earth System Governance

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Earth system law: Exploring new frontiers in legal science

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Earth System Governance

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