Milton, Seventeenth Century, Law and Literature, Human Rights, Badiou, Religious Studies
– Human rights and memory studies
– Dave Eggers
– Testimonial literature and transcultural witnessing
– Postcolonial studies
Media studies; German literature after 1750; science, technology, and society studies; human rights; political theory.
GLQ Studies, Poetry, Latina Literature, Puerto Rican Literature, Caribbean Litearture and Culture, Disability Studies in Academia, Human Rights Around the World and Academicians, Health Care Issues in Academia and elsewhere, Politics in Academia
Philip’s interdisciplinary research interests include: the intersections of human rights, Black Atlantic Studies, and postcolonialism; ‘disaster law’; legal history; and the Haitian Revolution.
Social worker with children protection experience in African context (Kenya) Have interest in human rights and aid for the vulnerable people in the society and also working with children and families.
…a Gaffield. Forthcoming in Slavery & Abolition. Print. “Hercules, the Hydra, and the 1801 Constitution of Toussaint Louverture,” Atlantic Studies (Winter 2015, Vol. 12, No. 4). Print“Human Rights and Radical Universalism: Aimé Césaire’s and C.L.R. James’s Recuperations of the Haitian Revolution.” Law and Humanities (Winter 2012, Vol. 6, No. 2). Print.Book Chapters:“‘To break our chains and form a f…
Postcolonial Studies, Legal and Political Theory, Haitian Revolutionary Studies, American hemispheric literatures, the representation of slavery, film studies, race and law, legal history, human rights.
cultural history, especially religion and society in 17th and 18th century Europe (Pietism; esotericism; Quakerism; Judaism and Anti-Judaism); women’s history; cultural and linguistic rights; human rights; secret organizations and their methods of information transfer
American Indian and Canada First Nations Studies Intersection of Colonial Oppression and Trauma Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) Urban Indian Survival Indigenous and Post-Colonial Studies Indigenous Women and Generational Trauma Criminal Justice System Reform Dismantling the Prison Industrial Complex Political Economy and Justice History of Race, Class, and Gender in Colonial U.S. Women of Color and Feminist Theory Environmental Justice Wild Salmon Recovery Water as a Human Right
I am a Marie Skłodowska-Curie and Irish Research Council CAROLINE Fellow working on my 2-year research project ‘Translation as empowerment: Translation as a contributor to human rights in theGlobal South’. I am based at DCU and work in close collaboration with the Irish NGO GOAL, an official partner in my project.