Dr. Sandra Brunnegger

Fellow

Vita

derzeit
Univesity of Cambridge
Official Fellow in Law and Anthropology & Lecturer in Human, Social and Political Sciences, St Edmund’s College
2016, 2018
Univesity of Chicago
Visiting Faculty & Marie Curie Fellow, Anthropology Department
2016 – 2018
American Bar Foundation, Chicago
Visiting Scholar
2017
Harvard Law School
Visiting Human Rights Fellow
2015 – 2017
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Marie Curie Fellow
2015 – 2016
Princeton University
Fung Global Fellow, Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies
2014
Sciences Po, Paris
Visiting Faculty, CERI
2013 – 2014
Sorbonne Nouvelle, University of Paris III
Antonio Nariño Chair, Institut des Hautes Études de l’Amérique Latine
2009
Federal University of Pernambuco, Brazil
Erasmus Mundus Visiting Professor, Anthropology Department
2007 – 2008
London School of Economics and Political Science
ESRC Fellow, Department of Anthropology

Forschungsprojekt

Condition of Coordination: The Ever-Shifting Legal Landscape in Colombia

Projektbeschreibung folgt

Einschlägige Veröffentlichungen

Brunnegger, Sandra, Condition of Coordination. The Ever-Shifting Multiscalar Legal Landscape in Colombia (in preparation).

Brunnegger, Sandra, Ethnographies of Justice. Doing Some Justice to “Justice and Law”, in: Political and Legal Anthropology Review 2020, 1-8.

Brunnegger, Sandra, Uncertain Sovereignties: Indigenous-State Relations in Colombia, in: Greenhouse, Carol J. and Christina Davis (Hg.), Landscapes of Law: Practicing Sovereignty in Transnational Terrain, University of Pennsylvania Press 2020, 267-289.

Brunnegger, Sandra (Hg.), Everyday Justice. Law, Ethnography, Injustice, Cambridge 2019.

Brunnegger, Sandra und Karen Faulk (Hg.), A Sense of Justice. Legal Knowledge and Lived Experience in Latin America, Stanford
University Press 2016.

Brunnegger, Sandra, From Conflict to Autonomy in Nicaragua. Lessons Learnt, London 2007.