Dr. Marina Aksenova
Dr. Marina Aksenova is Assistant Professor in Comparative and International Criminal Law at IE University in Madrid. She previously held positions at the University of Copenhagen, Central European University, European University Institute, UN International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia and White & Case LLC. She holds degrees from Oxford University, University of Amsterdam, and International University in Moscow. Dr. Aksenova’s research focuses on the intersection of art, aesthetics and international justice, as well as the definitional aspects of comparative and international criminal law. Her book Complicity in International Criminal Law (Hart, 2016) won Paul Guggenheim award for contribution in the field of International law. Dr. Aksenova is running the Art and International Justice Initiative.
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