Miss Eva Hilberg
|Post:||Research Student (International Relations)|
|Location:||Arts C Pg Pigeon Holes|
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Eva has obtained a BA (2005-2008) and a MA (Distinction, 2008-2009) in International Relations at the University of Sussex. She has previously studied Law at the University of Giessen, Germany, and completed a one-year Certificate of English Law at the University of Warwick (2001-2002). She has also been an intern at the German Representation of the European Commission in Berlin and at the European Parliament in Brussels and Strasbourg.
Eva is a Doctoral Researcher at the Department of International Relations and has also been an Associate Tutor in the past.
Eva's research focuses on the international regime of intellectual property rights in human genetic materials, looking at the ways in which changing priorities may be a reflection of an increasing turn towards a more 'biopolitical' understanding of global health initiatives. My broader research interests include international theory, postructuralist theory (especially the work of Michel Foucault), and an IR perspective on international law.
She is a member of CAIT, the Centre for Advanced International Theory.