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- PhD candidate
Martijn Stronks studied law and philosophy. After his studies he became editor-in-chief of the migration law journals Migrantenrecht and its successor Asiel&Migrantenrecht. Between 1 September 2012 and 31 August 2016 he wrote a legal and philosophical dissertation, funded by a ‘NWO-research talent grant’. As per September 2016 he works as Assistant Professor at the section migration law of the Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam.
- Philosophy of International Migration and Refugee law
- Fundamental Rights in Europe
- Scriptie begeleiding
Martijn Stronks conducts research in the programme migration law. His legal and philosophical dissertation (supervisors: Hemme Battjes, Ger Groot and Lieneke Slingenberg) dealt with the notion of time in European migration law. His current research focusses on the intersection between philosophy and migration law.
Migration Law, Legal Philosophy, Modern French Philosophy.
- ‘Een bijna ongebreidelde beteugeling van de tijd. Een analyse van aanscherpingen van de glijdende schaal’, NJB 2013-34, p. 2306-2314.
- ‘The Question of Salah Sheekh: Derrida’s hospitality and migration law’, International Journal of Law in Context 2012-1, p. 73-95.
- ‘Tijd, identiteit en narrativiteit, of hoe te verwesteren in Nederland’, in: A. Terlouw & K. Zwaan, Tijd en het asielrecht, Deventer: Kluwer 2011.
VU University Amsterdam
Faculty of Law
De Boelelaan 1105
1081 HV Amsterdam