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Ivana Isailovic

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Visting Scholar (Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies)

Ivana is currently a Visiting Scholar at the Northeastern’s own School of Law and the Center for the Study of Europe at Boston University and has taught for the WGSS in the past as part time lecturer. She holds a PhD in Law from Sciences Po Paris Law School. Isailovic proposes to work on Family Law as a Site of Global Governance, which will examine how family law doctrines, discourses, and practices are deployed to distribute resources and privileges globally based on gender, race, and citizenship and how family law perpetuates and is shaped by nation state building projects and neoliberal policies. A second project will analyze connections between neoliberalism and feminist legal theory. Isailovic’s research interests include: the intersection of law and gender studies, and how law shapes gender and sexuality norms in a global context.

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    PhD, Sciences Po