This list is updated as the programme progresses.
In the early modules, Teaching Fellows moderate group discussion, help the Scholars to refine their project ideas and act as guides to the general landscape of contemporary Europe and its institutions. As the projects develop, Teaching Fellows become more like consultants so groups may work with different teaching fellows who have specific expertise in the area in which their group’s project lies.
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Her research focuses on the economic analysis of the law from a comparative perspective, with a special emphasis on the legal implications of the disruptions arising from network economic structures with particular focus on global challenges in consumer contracts, particularly on consumer financial contracts, tort law, products liability, and contract law with a European perspective.
Since 2009, Deval has also worked for the World Bank as a rule of law reform and governance expert in Nigeria, Cameroon, Sierra Leone and Uganda; as well as advising the UN on rule of law issues. As a lawyer, he has worked on corporate accountability, including as an attorney on the case of Kiobel before the US Supreme Court.
Her work broadly engages with extraction, infrastructure, climate change and postcolonial politics in West Africa. Her previous research looked at the politics and popular imagination of electricity in Accra during an energy crisis (known as ‘Dumsor’). She is currently working on a new collaborative project on cli-fi (climate fiction) in Africa and the roles of the arts in policymaking around energy transitions and climate change.
She holds a PhD from University College London, an MSc in Visual, Material and Museum Anthropology from the University of Oxford and a BSc in Anthropology from UCL, and was previously a Visiting Scholar in African Studies at Yale University.
Pauline Destrée | Energy Ethics
She holds an International PhD in Communication (UCM, Nov. 2020) marked Cum Laude with her Thesis “City Branding in Cultural & Creative Spaces” (funded by the excellence grant MECD FPU2014/05886 & 2 R&D National Projects). During her PhD she was also part of the first cohort of the Europaeum Scholars Programme (2018-2019).
Recognized with the Academic Excellence National Award (2013-14) and the CAM Excellence Award (2013), Jennifer also graduated first in class in the MA in AV Communication (UCM) and has been awarded with an Excellence Teaching Award (2021).
Robin holds a PhD in law from the European University Institute in Florence, a Master’s degree in Political Theory from Sciences po Paris, a Master’s degree in pluridisciplinary European studies from the IEE-ULB in Brussels (magna cum laude), and an LL.M in Comparative, European and International law from the EUI. His research interests include constitutional theory, EU constitutional law, EU fundamental rights law, euro-crisis law and EU social law, as well as methodologies of legal and pluridisciplinary research. His current work focuses on how EU institutions use ‘pressure’ to induce compliance of EU member states with different sets of requirements
Personal website: https://maximilian-kiener.weebly.com/
Clément Perarnaud is a Researcher in the Global Governance, Regulation, Innovation, Digital Economy (GRID) unit at CEPS. He is also an associate researcher at the new Centre on Digitalisation, Democracy and Innovation (CD2I-VUB) in Brussels, a member of the working group on internet governance of the Center Internet et Société (CIS-CNRS, Paris) and expert curator for the Geneva Internet Platform (GIP, Geneva). Clement holds a Ph.D. in political science from University of Pompeu Fabra (UPF).
Roxana holds a PhD in International Relations/Political Science from the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies (Switzerland) and received the Swiss Network of International Studies Award for the Best PhD Thesis in 2017. Her interdisciplinary research and publications focus on international governance and global Internet policy-making.