Dr Miriam Ronzoni

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Dr Miriam Ronzoni

Former Research Fellow

As of November 2012, Miriam Ronzoni moved to a position at the Technical University of Darmstadt, where she is the Principal Investigator of a Sofja Kovalevskaja Research group (funded by the Humboldt Foundation) on "Background Justice between States: Global Institutional Design to Foster Sovereign Statehood".

Miriam studied Philosophy at the University of Milan (1996-2001), where she also completed her first PhD (2002-2005). She then pursued a second doctorate in Politics at Oxford (a DPhil, as they call it there), where she specialized in Political Theory (2004-2008). She held appointments at St. Peter's College, Oxford and at University College London. Between 2008 and 2010 she was a Max Weber Fellow at the European University Institute.

She is a founding member of The Global Justice Network and an editor of Global Justice: Theory Practice Rhetoric.

Miriam is mainly interested in the methodology of constructivism and in the relationship between transnational and domestic socio-economic justice. For more information about her research, publications, CV, and projects, please visit Miriam's personal academic webpage.