BA(Adel) LLB(Hons) LLM(Melb) LLM(Columbia) Город: Melbourne, Australia
The University of Melbourne. The Melbourne Law School.
Tel. : +61(3)8344-4063 ; fax : +61(3)9349-4287
Dianne Otto teaches in the areas of human rights, international law and criminal law. Her research interests include utilizing feminist, postcolonial and queer theory to reveal the voices and interests that are marginalized or silenced by mainstream international legal discourse. She is currently researching economic and social rights in Australia, and rethinking the notion of the `indivisibility` of human rights with a focus on geneder. She has written many articles published in law journals and edited a Special Edition of Third World Legal Studies (1998-99) on `Postcolonialism and Law`. Recent publications include chapters in Reaching Beyond Words: Giving Meaning to Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, eds Isfahan Merali and Valerie Oosterveld (2001); Women and International Human Rights Law, eds Kelly Askin and Dorean Koenig (1999); Laws of the Postcolonial, eds Eve Darian-Smith and Peter Fitzpatrick (1999); and Security in a Post-Cold War World, ed. Robert Patman (1999).
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