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Susan Marks

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Susan Marks is Professor of International Law at LSE. She previously taught at Kings College London and, prior to that, at the University of Cambridge, where she was a fellow of Emmanuel College. She was recently a Visiting Professor at Columbia Law School. Her work attempts to bring insights from the radical tradition to the study of international law and human rights. It addresses themes including democracy, poverty, torture, counter-terrorism and apology, exploring their character and significance as problems of international law and human rights. Her current work is concerned with exploitation and dispossession, and with some general questions to do with the prospects of systematic theory in international law.

Susan is co-author of the International Human Rights Lexicon – see for the companion website.

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