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Elena Cirkovic

  • Elena Cirkovic has been at HSE since 2017.

Education and Degrees

  • 2010

    PhD in International Law, Comparative Constitutional Law, Transnational Law, Extractive Industries, Self-Determination; Indigenous Peoples' Rights
    Osgoode Hall Law School, York University, CANADA
    Thesis Title: Community, Law, and Justice: Conflict Between Indigenous Peoples’ Claims to Self-Determination and the Transnational Extractive Industry in Peru and Canada (Osgoode Hall Law School, York University, CANADA)

  • 2004

    MA in Political Science
    University of Toronto

  • 2001

    Bachelor's in German, Music, and Political Science
    University of Toronto

Projects

"National Research University Higher School of
Economics, St. Petersburg, Grant № 18 – IP – 01". 

Associate Advisor for https://www.mcgill.ca/milamos/

Publications

My non-refereed publications include:

∗ “Guest Editorial: Ice, space, and the final frontier of international law’s universality”, European Society of International Law (ESIL), March 2018. Available at: http://www.esil-sedi.eu/node/2073

∗ “Russia, international law, and the melting of the Arctic”, Völkerrechtsblog, 22 January 2018, doi: 10.17176/20180113-182626. Available at: http://voelkerrechtsblog.org/russia-international-lawandthe- melting-of-the-arctic/

∗ “Redistribution through Strategic Litigation” August 2017 Transregional Academy, Redistribution and the Law in an Antagonistic World, Humboldt University Berlin. Available at: https://academies.hypotheses.org/2780

∗ “Exceptionality and context: Turkish intervention in Syria and the war on terror”, Völkerrechtsblog, 26 February 2016. Available at: http://voelkerrechtsblog.org/

∗ “Human Rights and Citizenship in Bosnia and Herzegovina”(May 10, 2013) Oecumene: citizenship after Orientalism.Available at: http://www.oecumene.eu/blog/human-rights-and-citizenship-in-bosniaandherzegovina

∗ “Bosnia and Herzegovina, the International Community and the Role of 'Experts'” (July 31, 2012) TransConflict. Available at: http://www.transconflict.com/2012/07/bosnia-theinternationalcommunitythe- role-of-experts-317/

 

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Chapter Cirkovic E. Contested Citizenship in Bosnia and Herzegovina, in: Routledge Handbook of Global Citizenship Studies. Oxon : Routledge, 2014.

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Article Cirkovic E., Cirkovic E. Self-Determination and Indigenous Peoples in International Law // American Indian Law Review. 2007. Vol. 31. No. 2 doi

Conferences

  • 2019
    Seminar, “Law and extreme conditions: Climate, Ice, and the Final Frontiers of International Law”, Minerva Center for the Rule of Law under Extreme Conditions, Faculty of Law and Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, University of Haifa, March 13, 2019 (Haifa). Presentation: “Law and extreme conditions: Climate, Ice, and the Final Frontiers of International Law”,
  • 2018

    CONTEMPORARY CHALLENGES TO INTERNATIONAL LAW AND POLICY ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, ENERGY, CLIMATE CHANGE, ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION, INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER (Telč). Presentation: Space, Ice, and the Final Frontiers of International Law’s Universality

  • East West Governance in Context, Manchester University, Manchester International Law Centre, March 14-17, 2018 (Manchester). Presentation: Extractive Industries, Climate Change, and the Russian Arctic - Global Strategies and Local Adaptations

International Political Sociology

Grants

September 2019-December 2019, Kone Fellowship, Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies, Helsinki University

Associate Expert

https://www.mcgill.ca/milamos/

https://www.mcgill.ca/milamos/structure/associate-experts

Space, Ice, and the Final Frontiers of International Law’s Universality

 

Project leader, “Space, Ice, and the Final Frontiers of International Law’s Universality “, Faculty of Law, Helsinki University 

Kotka Maritime Research Centre

Project participant, Helsinki University HELSUS, Project lead by Professor Kai Kokko and Associate Professor Niko Soininen 


“International law and State responsibility in territories beyond national jurisdiction - private and autonomous operations in the Arctic high seas and the outer space”

with Jenni Tapio “International law and State responsibility in territories beyond national jurisdiction - private and autonomous operations in the Arctic high seas and the outer space”  Erik Castren Institute, Faculty of Law, Helsinki University 

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