Dr. Marie-Eve Loiselle
research focuses on critical legal analysis of the role of technologies and
discourses in the governance of the movement of people across state borders. As
a postdoctoral research fellow with the MPI-MMG, Marie-Eve studies the legal and normative consequences of the
use of biometric technologies by UNHCR for the identification of refugees and
the provision of aid. Marie-Eve is currently completing her
doctoral thesis at the Australian National University’s School of Regulation
and Global Governance (RegNet), where she explores the role of legal discourses
in the construction of the border wall between the United States and Mexico.
Prior to coming to Göttingen, Marie-Eve was a Research Fellow at the
University of New South Wales, Law School, in Sydney.
Journal and Book Chapters
Marie-Eve Loiselle, ‘The Penholder System and Elected Member Influence on the Security Council: Constraint or Conduit?’ (2020) 33 Leiden Journal of International Law, 139.
Jeremy Farrall, Marie-Eve Loiselle, Christopher Michaelsen, Jochen Prantl, and Jeni Whalan, ‘Elected Member Influence in the United Nations Security Council’ (2020) 33 Leiden Journal of International Law, 101.
Jeremy Farrall and Marie-Eve Loiselle, ‘The UN Security Council as Regulator and Subject of the Rule of Law: Conflict or Confluence of Interest?’ in Hilary Charlesworth and Jeremy Farrall (eds.), Strengthening the Rule of Law through the UN Security Council (Routledge, 2016)
Marie-Eve Loiselle, The Normative Status of the Responsibility to Protect after Libya (2013) 5 Global Responsibility to Protect, 317
Marie-Eve Loiselle, ‘Emancipating Rituals: Women’s Empowerment through Customary Justice’ (2015) working paper.
Jeremy Farrall and Marie-Eve Loiselle, ‘This Saturday Australians will Finally Elect a President’ (2 Sep 2013) The Conversation.
Christopher Michaelsen and Marie-Eve Loiselle, ‘Security Council Sanctions: Can Australia Make a Difference?’ (29 August 2013) The Conversation.
Marie-Eve Loiselle, ‘Drifting Sovereignty’ (30 May 2014) Regarding Rights.