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Christos Marneros PhD


PhD in Law (University of Kent, UK, 2020)
MA in Political Philosophy (Royal Holloway, University of London, UK, 2017)
LL.B (Hons) (University of Southampton, UK, 2016)

Nozīmīgākā profesionālā pieredze

  • Lecturer in Law (University of Kent, UK, 2021-current)
  • Assistant Lecturer in Law (University of Kent, UK, 2018-2021)
  • Stagiaire Commission of the European Communities (DG Reform-Unit 01: Horizontal Policies, 2021)
  • Research Assistant (University of Kent, UK, 2019)

Aktuālais pētniecības darbs 

  • My current research focuses on the intersections between political theory, legal theory and continental philosophy. In particular, I am examining the critiques that  anarchic and anarchist thought unleashes against the law and state mentality.

Galvenās publikācijas 

Grāmatu nodaļas:

  • ‘Μ.Γ.Δ.: The figure of the cop in the anarchic lyrics of Greek Punk.’ In Jim Donaghey, Will Boisseau and Caroline Kaltefleiter (ed.) Punk Anarchism as a Culture of Resistance (Active Distribution, 2022 forthcoming).
  • ‘Everybody Wants to Be A Cop.’ In Simon Springer and Richard White (ed.) Anarchist Currents Against Brutality: The Global Struggle to End Police Violence (2021 forthcoming).
  • ‘Contrasting Legacies: Deleuze and the Dogmatism of Human Rights.’ In Krista Bonello Rutter Giappone, Guillaume Collett and Iain MacKenzie (ed.) Double Binds of Neoliberalism: Theory and Culture After 1968 (Rowman and Littlefield, 2021 forthcoming).
  • ‘Against the Eternal Law(s) of Human Rights: Towards a Becoming-Chaotic of Time.’ In Kathryn McNeilly and Ben Warwick (ed.) The Times and Temporality of International Human Rights Law (Hart Publishing, Human Rights in Perspective Series, 2021 forthcoming).

Raksti recenzētos žurnālos:

  • ‘It’s a Nomos Very Different From the Law: On Anarchy and the Law’ (2021) 95 Folia Iuridica: The Return of the Exception (forthcoming)
  • ‘Deleuze and Human Rights: The Optimism and Pessimism of ’68’ (2018) 8 La Deleuziana, International Journal of Philosophy, 39-52.
  • ‘Does Joseph Raz’s Account of ‘Law as a Legitimate Authority’ Run the Risk of Being Overly Authoritarian and Individualistic?’ (2017) 7(1) Southampton Student Law Review 1-9.

Tiešsaistes publikācijas/blogi

  • ‘The An-Archic Nomos of the Nomads: Preliminary Thoughts on the Relationship Between Law and Anarchy.’ Exceptions blog. Freely available online (16 December 2020). Republished after an invitation by Critical Legal Thinking blog. Freely available online (16 April 2021).
  • ‘Find and Lose Each Other! On An-archic Affinities and Nomadic Institutions.’ Anarchist Studies blog. Freely available online (8 October 2020).
  • ‘Gilles Deleuze: Jurisprudence.’ Critical Legal Thinking blog. Freely available online (19 November 2019).
  • ‘Gilles Deleuze: Ethics and Morality.’ Critical Legal Thinking blog. Freely available online (4 January 2019).