Staff members with discipline Law
Academia develops at the interface of different fields. This is one reason why the University of Groningen is home to a wide range of fields, each with a great number of subject specialists. The overview below, which is based on a standard categorization of fields, will help you find the right expert for each field. If you cannot find the expert you are looking for in this list, try searching via a related field or faculty; you may find him or her there.
Social reactions to criminality.
Women, crime and justice.
Feminist criminology and gendered aspects of cirme.
Recent key publications (for a complete publication list see 'Research'):
Cherednychenko, O.O. (2017). Fundamental Freedoms, Fundamental Rights and the Many Faces of Freedom of Contract in the EU. In M. Andenas, T. Bekkedal & L. Pantaleo (Eds.), The Reach of Free Movement. (The Hague: T.M.C. Asser Press), pp. 273-292.
Cherednychenko, O.O. (2016). Cooperative or Competitive? Private Regulators and Public Supervisors in the Post-Crisis European Financial Services Landscape. Policy and Society, 35 (1), pp. 103-114.
Cherednychenko, O.O. (2015). Contract Governance in the EU: Conceptualising the Relationship between Investor Protection Regulation and Private Law. European Law Journal (ELJ), 21 (4), pp. 500-520.
Cherednychenko, O.O. & Reich, N. (2015). The Constitutionalization of European Private Law: Gateways, Constraints, and Challenges. European Review of Private Law (ERPL), 23 (5), pp. 797-827.
Cherednychenko, O.O. (2015). Public and Private Enforcement of European Private Law in the Financial Services Sector. European Review of Private Law (ERPL), 23 (4) (Special Issue on Public and Private Enforcement of European Private Law: Perspectives and Challenges), pp. 621-647.
Cherednychenko, O.O. (2014). Fundamental Rights, European Private Law, and Financial Services. In H.-W. Micklitz (Ed.), Constitutionalization of European Private Law. (Oxford: Oxford University Press), pp. 170-209.
Cherednychenko, O.O. (2014). Public Regulation, Contract Law, and the Protection of the Weaker Party: Some Lessons from the Field of Financial Services. European Review of Private Law, 22 ( 5), p. 663-684 .
Cherednychenko, O.O. (2014). Freedom of Contract in the Post-Crisis Era: Quo Vadis? European Review of Contract Law (ERCL) , 10 (3), pp. 390-421.
Cherednychenko, O.O. (2014). Public Supervision over Private Relationships: Towards European Supervision Private Law? European Review of Private Law (ERPL) , 22 (1), pp. 37-67.
Cherednychenko, O.O. (2013). Private Law Discourse and Scholarship in the Wake of the Europeanisation of Private Law. In J. Devenney, & M. Kenny (Eds.), The Transformation of European Private Law: Harmonisation, Consolidation, Codification or Chaos? (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press), pp. 148-171.
Customary international law
- International and European human rights law
- Socio-economic human rights law
- Access to modern energy services / energy poverty
- Disaster management / international disaster law
- Environment/climate change (litigation)
- Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
- Extra-territorial/transnational human rights law
- New/critical approaches to IL / feminist approaches
- European Economic and Private Law
- Behavioural Finance
- Decision Making
- Financial Literacy
Teaching: Public international law; International human rights law
Publics and Counterpublics
Human Rights Law
Morality & Values
Law & Religion: Anthropological Approaches
Religion and the Politics of Human Rights
Religion in the Public Domain
Cultural Impact of Religion: Working with Sources
Cultural Impact of Religion: BA Thesis Seminar
Princeton University Press. The Law and the Prophets: Public Christianity and Legal Theology in Contemporary England. (First monograph; working title.)
2018. Human Rights and Broken Cisterns: Counterpublic Christianity and Rights-Based Discourse in Contemporary England. Ethnos: Journal of Anthropology (DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00141844.2017.1420671).
2018. Religious Freedom and the Politics of Empire. Religious Studies Review 44(1): 57-63 (DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/rsr.13410).
2018. The Impossibility of Religious Freedom: ‘Legal Religion’ and its Discontents. In Law and Religion – Leading Works. Abingdon, Oxford: Routledge, pgs. 97-113.
2017. Emoji Dei: Religious Iconography in the Digital Age. Bulletin for the Study of Religion 46(3-4): 56-61 (first author; co-written with Richard Amesbury). (DOI: http://dx.doi.org/1558/bsor.32715.)
2017. Nothing Outside the Text? Religion and its Others in Emoji Discourse. Bulletin for the Study of Religion 46(3-4): 64-65 (first author; co-written with Richard Amesbury). (DOI: http://dx.doi.org/1558/bsor.34261.)
2015. Carnal Exhibitions: Material Religion and the European Court of Human Rights. Ecclesiastical Law Journal 17(1): 3-14 (DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0956618X14000866 ).
2018. Something There Is That Doesn’t Love a Wall. Public Books (URL: https://www.publicbooks.org/something-there-is-that-doesnt-love-a-wall/ ).
2018. Good Publicity? Public Theology in an Age of Public Shame. Political Theology Network (URL: https://politicaltheology.com/good-publicity-public-theology-in-an-age-of-public-shame/?fbclid=IwAR3u4Z0DfI02936RsaAcnIVROsXSun2eMeleVrsR3gnXCKD6DrRVzm2lub4 ).
2018. Circumscribing the Body Politic: Circumcision, Religious Freedom, and Identity in Europe. The Religion Factor ( URL : https://www.rug.nl/research/centre-for-religious-studies/religion-conflict-globalization/blog/circumscribing-the-body-politic-circumcision-religious-freedom-and-identity-in-europe-29-03-2018 ).
2017. Boredom in the Court. Religion: Going Public (URL: http://religiongoingpublic.com/archive/2017/boredom-in-the-court/ ).
2016. The Rise of Religious Litigation: Courts and the Generation of Religious Publicity. LSE Religion and the Public Sphere Blog. (URL: http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/religionpublicsphere/2016/08/01/the-rise-of-litigious-religion-courts-and-the-generation-of-religious-publicity/ ).
Customary International Law
Human rights law
European technology law
Privacy and data protection
Public and private security
Private military and security companies
recht van decentrale overheden
Research Ethics/ Ethics in Obstetrics and Gynecology/ Maternal-fetal surgery.
Voorlichting en begeleiding van premasterstudenten
(European) Environmental law
European Consumer Law
Legal: labour law and human rights in private law, legal history.
General: writing skills
Specific research theme: the rise in noncommunicable or chronic diseases as a major global health challenge. In relation to this, attention is paid in particular to designing a regulatory framework for unhealthy behavior, including tobacco use and unhealthy diets, in light of the human rights of consumers. Broader research interests: access to healthcare and essential medicines, the tension between the protection of public health and human rights (eg ebola crisis), Framework Convention on Tobacco Control, social or underlying determinants to health, socio-economic health inequalities, chronic diseases and obesity, health systems governance, healthcare privatisation and health sector corruption, accountability in the health sector, health protection in armed conflicts and other emergencies, including the role of health workers and so-called ' medical neutrality'.
Legal disciplines: public international law, human rights law, international humanitarian law, international health law, health and human rights, economic, social and cultural rights, right to health, domestic health law, and medical ethcis. Much interaction with health sciences and international relations.