Vito De Lucia
I am Full Professor of (International) Law. I teach courses on International Environmental Law, Law of the Sea, Comparative Law and Legal Philosophy and Interdisciplinary Legal Methods at bachelor, master and PhD level.
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Publications outside Cristin
- De Lucia, V. Regime Interaction through Concepts. The BBNJ process as a critical juncture in the relation between the Convention on Biological Diversity and the Convention on the Law of the Sea, in Matz-Luck, N., Jensen Ø and Johansen E. (eds) The Law of the Sea. Normative Context and Interactions with other Legal Regimes, Routledge 2022
- De Lucia, V. Oceanic Heterolegalities? Ocean Commons and the Heterotopias of Sovereign Legality in I. Braverman (ed) Laws of the Sea. Interdisciplinary Currents, Routledge 2022
- BOOK: V. De Lucia, A. Oude Elferink and L. Nguyen, «International Law and Marine Areas beyond National Jurisdiction Reflections on Justice, Space, Knowledge and Power», BRILL 2022 https://brill.com/view/title/61595?language=en
- De Lucia, V. “Rethinking the Encounter between Law and Nature in the Anthropocene. From Biopolitical Sovereignty to Wonder”, 31:3 Law and Critique, 2020, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10978-020-09281-9
My most immediate research interests are located at the intersection of critical theory, law and ecology, with particular focus on international environmental law and ecosystem governance. I am particularly interested in genealogy as a method of critical legal analysis, and in biopolitics as a theoretical register for reading environmental law.
Current research focuses on 1) ocean commons, both at the theoretical level and in relation the ongoing negotiations towatds a treaty marine biodiversity in areas beyond national jurisdiction and on the interaxction between space law and law of the sea 2) on critical histories of sovereignty and (international) legal modernity more broadly 3) on critical legal ocean studies, with increasing focus on critical legal geography
I am currently Principal Investigator for a project funded by the FRAM Center that focuses particularly on arctic ecosystem governance
I am also one of the Principal Investigaors in the NCLOS AURORA Center, where I lead the research on Ocean Commons
I also particiopate, in various capacites, to other projects: as Work Package leader (FRAM Center project SUDARCO and NOrwegian Research Council project DOGA), and as project member (FRAM Center project CLEAN, and EU HOrizon project B-USEFUL)
In 2015 I have been awarded the Annual Richard Macrory Prize for best article in the Journal of Environmental Law (Oxford University Press) for 2015. In 2019 I have been awarded an Honorary Mention from the same prize.
I am currently course convener for JUR 3622 "International Environmental Law and Climate Change in the Arctic", an elective course available to 5th year students enrolled in the master of law program, and to excahnge students.
I also teach comparative law in the integrated master program in Law, as well as the LLM course JUR 3052 "Protection of Marine Biodiversity by International Law" and two PhD level courses, JUR 8002 "Jurisprudence" and JUR 8003 "Legal Methods"
I am currently (co-)supervise 4 PhD projects, respectivley on the ecosystem approach to fisheries, on ocean acidification as a site of regime interactions, on rethinking sovereignty through indigenous narratives and on the principle of the common heritage of makind revisited from a TWAIL perspective