Dr Marc De Leeuw
Marc
De Leeuw
Dr
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I am a Senior Lecturer at the Faculty of Law and work at the edges of law, on domains that, due to radical technological change or ruptures in our ethical imagination, require legal consideration in a philosophical register. The legal standing of collective ecological entities, the fashioning, use and ownership of human body parts, the legal status of non-human minds and agent-less creative processes; these are the frontiers of law across which I work, and though these are unstable and changing terrains, they necessarily feed back into classical questions of jurisprudence. 

At the law school I teach across a range of courses from classical ‘Legal Theory’ and ‘Theories of Justice’ to electives on ‘Law and Biology’ and, most recently, ‘Food-Law’.

Before coming to Australia, I was a Junior Visiting Fellow at the Center for Cultural Sociology at Yale University. In 2017 I resided as a Visiting Fellow with the Center for the Study of Law and Society at the University of California-Berkeley.

Currently I also serve as the UNSW Law Ethics and Grievance Officer.

Journal articles

Vatter M; de Leeuw M, 2019, 'Human Rights, Legal Personhood and the Impersonality of Embodied Life', Law, Culture and the Humanities, http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1743872119857068

De Leeuw M; Van Wichelen S, 2019, 'Un-signing Geneva: Legal pragmatics in the management of asylum', International Journal of Law in Context, vol. 15, pp. 20 - 32, http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S1744552318000113

De Leeuw M, 2017, 'Paul Ricoeur's Search for a Just Community The Phenomenological Presupposition of a Life "with and for others"', ETUDES RICOEURIENNES-RICOEUR STUDIES, vol. 8, pp. 46 - 54, http://dx.doi.org/10.5195/errs.2017.416

De Leeuw M, 2017, 'Hoe te getuigen van het gebroken zelf? Essay over de verwikkelingen van Harry Kunneman en Paul Ricoeur (in Dutch)', Waardenwerk, vol. 70/71, pp. 38 - 45, http://www.waardenwerk.net/hoe-te-getuigen-van-het-gebroken-zelf/1027732

De Leeuw M, 2016, 'The Concept of Life in Helmut Plessner's Philosophical Anthropology', Pollen, vol. 2, pp. 85 - 90, http://pollenmagazine.com/002

de Leeuw M; van Wichelen S, 2012, 'Civilizing migrants: Integration, culture and citizenship', European Journal of Cultural Studies, vol. 15, pp. 195 - 210, http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1367549411432029

Leeuw MD; Wichelen SV, 2006, 'Ein neuer Zivilisationsdiskurs? Der Film Submission, Ayaan Hirsi Ali und der »Krieg gegen den Terror« in den Niederlanden', Feministische Studien, vol. 24, http://dx.doi.org/10.1515/fs-2006-0110

De Leeuw M; Van Wichelen, S. , 2005, '"Wordt Alsjeblieft Wakker!" Submission, het fenomeen "Ayaan" en de nieuwe ideologische confrontatie', Tijdschrift voor Genderstudies/ Journal for Genderstudies, pp. 44 - 58, http://en.aup.nl/en/journals/tijdschrift-voor-genderstudies.html

De Leeuw M; Van Wichelen S, 2005, 'Please, go wake up! Hirsi Ali, Submission and the "War on Terror" in the Netherlands', Feminist Media Studies, vol. 5, pp. 325 - 340, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14680770500271487

De Leeuw M, 2002, 'Mannelijke Onderonsjes. Onver de representatie van militarisme en mannelijkheid in Velazquez' De Overgave van Breda versus Karremans' De Opgave van Srebrenica', Tijdschrift voor Genderstudies/ Journal for Genderstudies, pp. 4 - 17, http://en.aup.nl/en/journals/tijdschrift-voor-genderstudies.html

De Leeuw M, 1999, 'Berlin 2000: Fragments of Totality', Parallax, pp. 58 - 68, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/135346499249605

Reports

Bennett Moses L; Buckley R; Johns F; Greenleaf G; Kemp K; De Leeuw M; Manwaring K; Maurushat A; Zalnieriute M, 2018, Response to Issues Paper on Data Sharing and Release

Book Chapters

De Leeuw M; Van Wichelen SJ, 2016, '"Netherlands"', in John Stone, Dennis M. Rutledge, Anthony D. Smith, (ed.), The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Race, Ethnicity and Nationalism 1-4, Wiley-Blackwell, http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/9781118663202.wberen634

De Leeuw M, 2016, '"Please, Go Wake Up!" Submission, Hirsi Ali, and the "War on Terror" in the Netherlands', in Gender and Sexuality in Islam, edn. Critical Concepts in Islamic Studies, Routledge, Oxford, pp. 325 - 340, https://www.routledge.com/Gender-and-Sexuality-in-Islam-CC-4V/El-Shakry/p/book/9781138854123

De Leeuw M, 2015, 'The Anthropological Presupposition. Paul Ricoeur's Search for the Just', in Paul Ricoeur in the Age of Hermeneutical Reason Poetics, Praxis, and Critique, Lexington Books, pp. 35 - 50

De Leeuw M; Van Wichelen, Sonja , 2014, 'Institutionalizing the Muslim Other: Naar Nederland and the Violence of Culturalism', in Essed, Philomena ; Hoving, Isabel (ed.), Dutch Racism, Rodopi Press, Amsterdam, pp. 337 - 355

de Leeuw M; van Wichelen S, 2014, 'Doing "Integration" in Europe Postcolonial Frictions in the Making of Citizenship', in Ponzanesi S (ed.), Postcolonial Conflict Zones: Globalization and Violence, ROUTLEDGE, pp. 145 - 160, http://dx.doi.org/10.4324/9780203584644

de Leeuw M; van Wichelen S, 2011, 'Transformations of ‘dutchness’: From happy multiculturalism to the crisis of dutch liberalism', in Identity, Belonging and Migration, pp. 261 - 278, http://dx.doi.org/10.5949/UPO9781846314537.014

De Leeuw M; Van Wichelen, S. , 2008, 'Transformation of "Dutchness": From Happy Multiculturalism to the Crisis of Dutch Liberalism', in Vidmar Horvat, K (ed.), Prihodnost medkulturnega dialoga v Evropi, pp. 121 - 137

De Leeuw M, 2002, 'A Gentlemen's Agreement: Srebrenica in the Context of Dutch War History', in Zarkov, Dubravka ; Cockburn, Cynthia (ed.), The Postwar Moment Militaries, Masculinities and International Peacekeeping, Bosnia and the Netherlands, Lawrence & Wishart Limited, pp. 162 - 183

De Leeuw M, 2002, 'Das Unsagbare. Jena-Paul Sartres 'Hermeneutik des Schweigens' als (auto)biographische Praxis', in Stockhammer, Robert (ed.), Grenzwerte des Aesthetischen, Suhrkamp, Frankfurt am Main, Germany, pp. 186 - 213

Books

Leeuw MD, 2013, The Unstable Equilibrium Paul Ricoeur's Renewal of Philosophical Anthropology

Working Papers

De Leeuw, M. ; De Leeuw M, 1998, 'Chok'- A Short History of Shock, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Conference Proceedings Come to Your Senses. Technologies of Perception, http://dx.doi.org