Clarisse Anceau is a PhD candidate at Sciences Po Law School working on feminist approaches to the notion of statehood and self-determination. Drawing on critical feminist legal theories, she examines the intersection between national and individual self-determination by looking at case studies in North Africa and the Middle-East. She is conducting her research under the supervision of Professor Jean d’Aspremont.
Clarisse has completed a LL.M. and a Master degree in European and international law at the Humboldt University in Berlin. Her first master thesis questioned the permissibility under international law of the French military intervention in Mali, while the second retraced the evolution of the concept of just war in European and Islamic legal discourses. She previously graduated in law from Panthéon-Assas University. Before joining Sciences Po, Clarisse has worked with the Office of the Prosecutor at the International Criminal Court.
- As lecturer
- Justifying the Use of Armed Force: A Critical Inquiry (2019, Sciences Po, BA)
- As teaching assistant
- Public International Law: Between History, Politics and Practice (2020, Sciences Po, BA)
- Union Européenne, droit et passions sociales (2020, Sciences Po, MA)
- Discrimination and Anti-Discrimination: Historical, Literary and Legal Interpretations (2019, Sciences Po, MA)
- International Law and the Use of Force (2019, Sciences Po, MA)