I write research on utopianism in international law. This draws together insights about the nature of experience, both of international lawyering and of utopian thinking processes. My principal interests lie at the intersection between international legal thinking, contemporary utopian studies and phenomenological research. Prior to my PhD program, I worked on constitutional recognition of Indigenous Australians with Uphold & Recognise and completed an LLM at Melbourne Law School, University of Melbourne.

  • Speaker Parashar Das
  • Talk Title Utopian thinking for tomorrow: From Neurosis to Educated Hope
  • Category 2022 Speaker