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Staff members with discipline Law, Multidisciplinary Approaches

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.

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C.A. (Charis) van den Berg, LLM
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PhD candidate
Information Policy

Technology Law

Data Protection Law

Cybercrime

Privacy

Security Sciences

Internet Governance

Privacy, communication technologies and indigenous peoples
prof. dr. J.A. (Joseph / a.k.a. Joe) Cannataci
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Chair in European Information Policy & Technology Law
L. (Lea) Diestelmeier, LLM
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Ph.D. candidate and Researcher
Sociology of Human Rights, Social Policy, Policy Analysis and Policy Implementation, Social Constructivism, Migration Governance, UNHCR, IOM, Social Resilience-Building, Administrative Justice, Targeted Social and Humanitarian Assistance, Migration and Refugee Law
V.L.B. (Veronika) Flegar, LLM
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Researcher / PhD Candidate
Alberto Godioli is Assistant Professor in European Literature and Culture at the University of Groningen, and Programme Director of the Netherlands Research School for Literary Studies (OSL). He obtained his PhD in 2012 from the Scuola Normale Superiore of Pisa; from 2013 to 2015 he was a Newton International Fellow at the University of Edinburgh.

His research mostly focuses on humor and satire across media
, with particular but not exclusive attention to literature. He has authored the monographs Laughter from Realism to Modernism (Oxford: Legenda, 2015) and La scemenza del mondo (Pisa: ETS, 2011, Edinburgh Gadda First Prize), as well as several articles and book chapters on theories and practices of humor from the 18th century to the present.

He is currently developing a project on the reception of dark humor within and beyond literature, and organizing the second edition of the summer school ‘Humor and Satire in Contemporary Europe: Cultural, Political, and Legal Perspectives’ (Groningen, 13-20 July 2019). His research areas also include international Modernism, Law and Literature, Posthumanism, Literature and Space, and Cognitive Studies.
A. (Alberto) Godioli, PhD
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Assistant Professor
My passion and research is all about Human Rights in the Digital Age. I use an interdisciplinary approach to work on Human Dignity, Internet Governance, Security and Surveillance in the context of the rule of law, Personal Data and Time ("the right to be forgotten"), Digital Technologies for Governance purposes (incl. "Blockchain") and related issues.
dr. O.J. (Oskar Josef) Gstrein
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Senior Researcher Data Research Center
Research: International human rights law; Law and governance; Horizontal effect of international human rights law; Human rights and the World Bank; Human rights and non-State armed groups; Multi-level governance approach to international human rights.
Teaching: Public international law; International human rights law
dr. C.L. (Lottie) Lane
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Assistant Professor of Public International Law
Islam and Islamic law in China; Muslim minorities in China; legal development in contemporary Chinese society
G. Li, LLM
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Project management
N. (Nati) Mansilla Ovejero, LLM
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EU Projects Manager
prof. dr. G.P. (Jeanne) Mifsud Bonnici
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Professor in European Technology Law and Human Rights
International law
Human rights law
Humanitarian law
European law
European technology law
Privacy and data protection
State responsibility
Public and private security
Cybersecurity
Private military and security companies
dr. E.V. (Evgeni) Moyakine, LLM
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Assistant Professor
Public international law; treaty interpretation; international and regional human rights systems; international courts and tribunals; role of international law in regulating cyberspace and Internet governance institutions, Internet standardisation; human rights online & cybersecurity.
Private Law
Comparative Law
O.E. (Enrique) Santamaría, LLM
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Collaborative research projects (e.g. FP7/H2020)
mr. B. (Bettina) Zijlstra, MBA
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Head of Project Office (STeP) - EU Projects Manager/Projects Officer
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