Research Seminars

During the Asser Research Seminars, external researchers are invited to present their current and upcoming research with the Asser research community. The seminars are semi-open, as we invite a few external people who may be interested in the specific topic of the seminar. However, we aim to keep the group’s size limited, to stimulate interaction and high quality, in-depth discussions. Researchers who are interested in presenting their research to the Asser research community are welcome to send an e-mail to Dr Christophe Paulussen (

Research seminars in 2020

  • 3 December: Dr Jason Beckett
    Topic: ART THOU PIL? Reflections on the Fragmentation of International Lawyers
  • 1 October: Dr Cheryl Lawther
    Topic: Heroes and Hierarchies: The Celebration and Censure of Victimhood in Transitional Justice
  • 11 JuneDr Badázs Bodó
    Topic: Mediated trust: a theoretical framework to address the trustworthiness of technological trust mediators
  • 7 May: Dr Natasha Stamenkovikj
    Topic: The Truth in Times of Transitional Justice: The Council of Europe and the Former Yugoslavia
  • 20 February: Dr Soyoung Lee (Jeju National University, Korea)
    Topic: The politics of regulating history denial in transnational memory space