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Hannah Zaruchas

Student Visitor

Hannah Zaruchas is a PhD student in law at Humboldt University Berlin and a research fellow at the Graduate School 'Dynamic Integration'. Her research explores contestations of admission of non-nationals in European human rights law through a critical theory lens. More specifically, she is interested in how a tension at the core of human rights law, between territorially bounded political communities and its universal subject of rights, is dissolved when dealing with admission claims of non-members. Her research interests are in European human rights and migration law, critical as well as constitutional theory.

Hannah studied law at Humboldt University Berlin and King's College London and obtained a first legal state exam. Previously, she has worked as a research assistant at the Chair of Public Law and Jurisprudence at Humboldt University Berlin.

Academic contact: Catherine Briddick