E.MA Awarded Theses 2009/2010 by Marsilio Editori in Venice
The volume of the E.MA Awarded Theses 2009/2010 published by Marsilio Editori S.P.A. in Venice in its series "Ricerche" was just released.
The five E.MA awarded theses for the academic year 2009/2010 were announced during the solemn E.MA Awarding - Opening Ceremony that took place on 26 September 2010 in the magnificent Scuola Grande di San Rocco.
The E.MA Awarded Theses for the academic year 2009/2010 are:
Sarah Bassiouni, Our Progressive Nature: The Environment and the Right to Enjoy the Benefits of Scientific Progress and its Applications
Sanna Tuulikki Erikkson, Chinese Cultural Values and International Human Rights: How to Conduct Empirical Human Rights Field Work in China
Laura Van den Eynde, Litigation Practices of Non-Governmental Organisations before the European Court of Human Rights
Christine Krack, Literature and Human Rights: The Fight against Gender and Racial Discrimination in the Fiction of Buchi Emecheta and Caryl Phillips
Eva Oyon, Networked Revolution? A socio-theoretical assessment of how social networking sites can be used to achieve human rights advocacy goals
The list of previous E.MA Awarded Theses are available at the following link:
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