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About Prof. Eric Heinze, Queen Mary University of London

Eric Heinze (Maitrise, Paris; JD, Harvard; PhD, Leiden) is Professor of Law & Humanities at Queen Mary, University of London.  He has been a Fulbright Fellow (Utrecht), DAAD fellow (Berlin), and Chateaubriand Fellow (Paris). 

Heinze's books include ‘Hate Speech and Democratic Citizenship’ (OUP, February 2016), ‘The Concept of Injustice’ (Routledge, 2013), ‘The Logic of Constitutional Rights’ (Ashgate, 2005); ‘The Logic of Liberal Rights’ (Routledge, 2003); ‘The Logic of Equality’ (Ashgate, 2003); ‘Sexual Orientation: A Human Right’ (Nijhoff, 1995), and the edited collection ‘Of Innocence and Autonomy: Children, Sex and Human Rights’ (Ashgate, 2000). 
 
Chapters appear in ‘Hybridity: Exploring Power, Social Structures, and Institutions beyond the Liberal West’ (N Lemay-Hébert & R Freedman, eds. Routledge, forthcoming 2016); ‘Examining Critical Perspectives on Human Rights: The End of an Era?’ (Dickenson et al. eds., CUP, 2012); ‘Law and Language’ (Freeman & Smith, OUP, 2012); ‘Extreme Speech and Democracy’ (Weinstein & Hare, eds., OUP, 2009); ‘Protection of Sexual Minorities since Stonewall’ (Chan, ed., Routledge, 2010); ‘Religious Pluralism and Human Rights’ (Loenen & Goldschmidt, Intersentia, 2006) and ‘Minority and Group Rights Toward the New Millennium’ (Bowring & Fottrell, Nijhoff, 1999). 
 
Articles appear in Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, Harvard Human Rights Journal, Modern Law Review, Ratio Juris, Legal Studies, Law & Literature, Law & Humanities, International Journal of Law in Context, Michigan Journal of International Law, National Black Law Journal, Journal of Social & Legal Studies, Law & Critique, Canadian Journal of Law & Jurisprudence.Eric Heinze (Maitrise, Paris; JD, Harvard; PhD, Leiden) isProfessor of Law & Humanities at Queen Mary, University of London.  He has been a Fulbright Fellow (Utrecht), DAAD fellow (Berlin), and Chateaubriand Fellow (Paris).  His books include ‘Hate Speech and Democratic Citizenship’ (OUP, February 2016), ‘The Concept of Injustice’ (Routledge, 2013), ‘The Logic of Constitutional Rights’ (Ashgate, 2005); ‘The Logic of Liberal Rights’ (Routledge, 2003); ‘The Logic of Equality’ (Ashgate, 2003); ‘Sexual Orientation: A Human Right’ (Nijhoff, 1995), and the edited collection ‘Of Innocence and Autonomy: Children, Sex and Human Rights’ (Ashgate, 2000). 
 

Positions

Present Advisor, Media Diversity Institute
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Curriculum Vitae


Disciplines

Law

Research Interests

legal theory, free speech, law & humanities

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Honors and Awards

  • Fulbright (Utrecht), DAAD fellow (Berlin), Chateaubriand Fellow (Paris), Obermann (Iowa), Andres, Ferguson (Harvard)

Courses

  • Law and Literature
  • Law, Justice and Ethics
  • Democracy & Justice

Education

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September 1993June 1994 PhD, Rijksuniversiteit te Leiden
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September 1988June 1991 J.D., Harvard Law School
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Contact Information

Department of Law
Queen Mary University of London
Mile End Road
London E1 4NS
United Kingdom
(44)(0)207 882 5555 x3605
e.heinze@qmul.ac.uk

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Constitutional Law (3)

Politics (5)

Jurisprudence (6)

International Law (3)

Comparative Law (1)