Marie-Eve Loiselle

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Marie-Eve Loiselle is the Harney Program Coordinator at the Munk School and a visiting postdoctoral fellow at the Transformations of Citizenship Leibniz Research Group. In 2020, Marie-Eve was awarded a Canadian Social Science and Humanities Research Council Postdoctoral Fellowship for studying the role of biometric technologies in the governance of the movement of people across state borders at the University of Toronto, Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy. Prior to joining the Munk School, she was a postdoctoral research fellow at the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity.

From 2016 to 2020 Marie-Eve was a research fellow at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) Faculty of Law. She completed her PhD at the Australian National University (ANU) where she explores the role of legal discourses in the construction of the border wall between the United States and Mexico. Marie-Eve also holds a MA from the ANU and a law degree from the University of Montreal.

Publications

Journal and Book Chapters
 
Identities in Flux: From Legal Personality to Digital Identity, chapter in collection edited by Prof. Kathryn Henne (pending full review as requested by Cambridge University Press)
 
2021. The American Border Wall: A History of Legal DivisionLaw, Culture and the Humanities
 
2019. The Penholder System and the Rule of Law in the Security Council Decision-Making: Setback or Improvement? 33 Leiden Journal of International Law 139
 
2019. Elected Member Influence in the United Nations Security Council (with Jeremy Farrall, Christopher Michaelsen, Jochen Prantl, and Jeni Whalan) 33 Leiden Journal of International Law  101
 
2016. The UN Security Council as Regulator and Subject of the Rule of Law: Conflict or Confluence of Interest? (with Jeremy Farrall) in Hilary Charlesworth and Jeremy Farrall (eds.), Strengthening the Rule of Law through the UN Security Council (Routledge)
 
2013. The Normative Status of the Responsibility to Protect after Libya Global Responsibility to Protect 317
 
Other Publications
 
2020. Borders, Bodies and See-All Technologies: Pushing the Limits of Bio-Surveillance (with Ayelet Shachar) Green European Journal
 
2015. Emancipating Rituals: Women’s Empowerment through Customary Justice, working paper
 
2014. Drifting SovereigntyRegarding Rights Website
 
2013. This Saturday Australians will Finally Elect a President (with Jeremy Farrall ) The Conversation
 
2013. Security Council Sanctions: Can Australia Make a Difference? (with Christopher Michaelsen) The Conversation
 
2013. The Decline of Consent in International Law, The Interpreter