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  • International Theory | Cambridge | editor | 2010-01-01 - present
  • universiteit van Curacao | Curacao | Medewerker | 2018-02-15 - present

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Wouter Werner is professor international law at the Centre for the Politics of Transnational Law.   In 2022 he finished his project on practices of repetition in international law, with a focus on restatements, moot courts and cinematic representations of international law. This resulted in the book "Repetition and International Law", published by Cambridge University Press. In 2018 Wouter Werner received a Kaete Hamburger scholarship,  in 2022 a Braudel fellowship at the European University, Florence. His currect research focuses on the notion of the absurd in international law, the evolution of customary law and re-enactment practices in international law.


 One of the outputs of his research is the  so-called 'experimental moot court' inspired by Bertolt Brecht's ideas on rehearsing.  For this see 


He teaches the following courses: Theories and Approaches to War and Collective Security, International Humanitarian Law, Documentary Film and International Law, The Law and Politics of Fencing the Use of force. 


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