I am a Political Scientist and Postdoc in the interdisciplinary research group “International Rule of Law: Rise or Decline?” at Free University Berlin, research associate at the Global Governance Centre, and visiting lecturer at the International Relations/Political Science Department at the Graduate Institute Geneva. I earned my PhD in Political Science from the University of Potsdam, where I also worked as a researcher and lecturer in International Relations.
My research broadly engages questions in international law, human rights and global justice. To address them, I enjoy collaborating with colleagues within and beyond my discipline. Research and teaching stays brought me to Madrid, San Diego, Geneva and Stockholm. My work on transnational lawmaking coalitions received the 2019 United Nations Association of Germany biennial Dissertation Award and the 2022 Academic Council on the United Nations system (ACUNS) biennial book award. I have successfully applied for external research funding from the Fritz Thyssen Foundation, the German Academic Exchange Service, the German Research Foundation and APSIA.
For more information on my research and teaching, please click on the links above. You can contact me here or find me on Twitter. My pronouns are she/her.
I am co-organizing two workshops in 2023. Please get in touch in case you want to know more about the events:
1) Workshop at SAIS Bologna (9-10 May 2023), co-hosted with Nina Hall. We are looking for papers on "Opportunities and Challenges for Transnational and Global Advocacy". We no longer accept abstracts, but click here for the Call for Papers.
2) ECPR Joint Sessions in Toulouse (25-28 April 2023), co-hosted with Pilar Elizalde. We are looking for papers on "(R)evolutions in International Human Rights Law and Politics: Actors, Norms, and Strategies". Click here for the Call for Papers (Call closed)