Visiting fellows


Marie-Benedicte Dembour
Professor, University of Sussex, United Kingdom

Marie-Benedicte Dembour came to faculty of Law to present the Leverhulme monograph “When Humans Become Migrants” to students and staf members, to organize informed discussions on the subject and gather feedback for further research. In residence April – July 2013 at Department of Migration Law.
Robert F. Barsky
Professor, Vanderbilt University Nashville, United States

Robert F. Barsky devoted his Fellowship at the faculty of Law to a comparative interdisciplinary research project on border control and border crossing collaborations. This resulted in a book about undocumented immigrants. In residence May – November 2013 at Department of Migration Law.
Ikuko Sato 
Associate professor, J.F. Oberlin University, Tokyo, Japan

Ikuko Sato has undertaken research work on right to asylum in International Law, with current particular focus on European asylum law, i.e. interpretation and application of the relevant asylum EU legislation to analyse whether the EU setting of standards on asylum and harmonising their application into their national law fills a hole in the present international refugee law. In residence September – October 2011 at Department of Migration Law.