2005 Visiting Scholars
Mary Clark – Assistant Professor, American University Washington College of Law, joined us for a week in October 2005. Her work focused on a critical assessment of the State’s disposition of the dead.
Michael Thompson – Professor of Law, Keele University, UK, came to Emory for a month in October 2005. Michael was researching a book on masculinity, sexuality, and reproduction.
Daniel Blocq – a Research Fellow at the Royal Netherlands Naval College spent three months at Emory from August to November 2005. Daniel was researching issues regarding legal and military ethical requirements for soldiers in the face of new, more robust, peacekeeping operations, as well as women in the military.
Adam Romero – a JD candidate at Yale Law School was a Visiting Scholar for 10 days in August 2005. Adam’s work focuses on queer legal theory.
Risa Lieberwitz -- Associate Professor, School of Industrial and Labor Relations, Cornell University , was in residence at Emory Law School for a week in the spring of 2005. Her scholarship focuses on the ‘corporatization’ of the university and the implications of these developments on the role of higher education in a democratic society.