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Anja Matwijkiw

Professor of Professional Ethics & Human Rights

Arts and Sciences Building, Room 2047

Publications

Edited Volumes

Paving the Biolaw Path in International Criminal Law, 17/6 International Criminal Law Review, Brill/Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Leiden, the Netherlands, 2017.

Ethics & International Criminal Law, 16/2 International Criminal Law Review 177-360, Brill/Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Leiden, the Netherlands, 2015 (online) and 2016 (in print).

Philosophy of International Criminal Law, 14/4-5 International Criminal Law Review 669-948, Brill/Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Leiden, the Netherlands, 2014.

Books/Chapters in Books

Post-Conflict Justice: Legal Doctrine, General Jurisprudence, and Stakeholder Frameworks, in Global Trends: Law, Policy & Justice: Essays in Honour of Professor Giuliana Ziccardi Capaldo 345-370 (co-authored) (M. Cherif Bassiouni, Anna Oriolo, Anna Vigorito, et al (eds.), Oceana/Oxford University Press, New York, USA, 2013).

Justice versus Revenge: The Philosophical Underpinnings of the Chicago Principles on Post-Conflict Justice, in The Pursuit of International Criminal Justice: A World Study on Conflicts, Victimization, and Post-Conflict Justice Vols. I-II, 173-241 [contribution to the Thematic Part that contained ethics recommendations for the United Nations] (M. Cherif Bassiouni ed., Intersentia Publishers, Antwerp-Oxford-Portland, Belgium/England/USA, 2010) (ISBN: 978-94-000-0017-9). 
- The historically first global post-World War II study in the discipline (Post-Conflict Justice). 
- A European Commission funded project, managed by the EuropAid Cooperation Office and executed by Istituto Superiore Internazionale di Scienze Criminali (ISISC), Siracusa, Italy. 
- Final (European Commission) Project Report, presented in The Hague, 2009, by the President of ISISC which, qua a non-governmental organization, stands in consultative status with ECOSOC and the Council of Europe. See http://islamlawandwar.insct.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/Bassiouni.Fighting-Impunity.pdf 
- Considered “a milestone in the field of international criminal justice (ICJ)” and “an outstanding world survey” (see 10(II) Global Community YILJ (Oxford University Press, 2012)), at 929. The reviewer also mentioned my “in-depth considerations” of the ethics recommendations I proposed for the United Nations (at 931 n.22).

A Modern Perspective on International Criminal Law: Accountability as a Meta-Right, in The Theory and Practice of International Criminal Law: Essays in Honor of M. Cherif Bassiouni 19-79 (co-authored) (Leila N. Sadat & Michael P. Scharf, eds., Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Leiden, the Netherlands, 2008).

A Philosophical Perspective on Rights, Accountability and Post-Conflict Justice. - Setting up the Premises, in Post-Conflict Justice 155-199 (M. Cherif Bassiouni ed., Transnational Publishers, Ardsley, New York, USA, 2002) (ISBN: 1-57105-153-8).
- Cited (in the pre-draft) of The Nuremberg Declaration on Peace and Justice, 2008.
See Kai Ambos et al, Building A Future On Peace And Justice: Studies On Transitional Justice, Peace And Development (The Nuremberg Declaration on Peace and Justice), Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg, Germany, 2009 (ISBN: 978-3-540-85753-2), at 61, 92.

Is There Meaning in Philosophy? in Filosofiens Rum [the Room of Philosophy] 139-143 (Kaj Ove Krogh & Flemming Madsen Poulsen, eds., Dafolo Publishers, Frederikshavn, Denmark, 1998) (ISBN: 87-7794-429-1).

GrundvilkÅr: Et Filosofisk Eksperiment [Fundamental Conditions: A Philosophical Experiment] (Attika Publishers, Holbæk, Denmark, 1997) (ISBN: 8775282197).

Proceedings

Stakeholder Jurisprudence: The New Way in Human Rights, in Proceedings of the 25th IVR World Congress of Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy (Law, Science and Technology), available at http://publikationen.ub.uni-frankfurt.de/frontdoor/index/index/year/2013/docId/24872 (Department of Law, Goethe Universität ed., Frankfurt, Germany, 2012) (co-authored). 
- Recommended by David Humphreys for the United Nations Global Forest Convention.
See CORE, available at https://core.ac.uk/display/320

Journal Articles (Peer-Reviewed)

Marx, Gender Issues, and Modes of Interpretation: Competing Outlooks on the Possibility of a Transition from Historical Materialism to Feminism, critical review essay, forthcoming in The Philosophical Forum (Douglas P. Lackey ed., Wiley-Blackwell, USA).

Bahrain Anno 2017: Peace or Regime Change? Bahrain Anno 2017: The Ongoing Human Rights Dilemma and the Ethics Pillar as a Measurement, article forthcoming in 17 The Global Community Yearbook of International Law and Jurisprudence (Global Community YILJ) (Giuliana Ziccardi Capaldo gen. ed., Oxford University Press, New York, USA, 2018).

The Stakeholder Approach to Basic Economic and Social Rights: International Law and the Case of Milton Friedman versus R. Edward Freeman, 14/2 International Studies Journal (ISJ) 13-31 (co-authored) (Mehdi Zakerian ed., Tehran, Iran, 2017).
See http://isj.ir/En/index.php/home/news/item/39        

Introduction. International Criminal BioLaw, in Paving the BioLaw Path in International Criminal Law, 17/6 International Criminal Law Review 1-12 (introduction to special issue), (Anja Matwijkw ed., Brill/Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Leiden, the Netherlands, 2017 (online) and 2017 (hardcopy)).

Biolaw Stakes, Activist Jurisprudence, and (Presumed) Limits for Protected Interests, in (special issue entitled) Paving the Biolaw Path in International Criminal Law, 17/6 International Criminal Law Review (co-authored) (Anja Matwijkiw ed., Brill/Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Leiden, the Netherlands, 2017).

The Unapologetic Integration of Ethics: Stakeholder Realignments in the light of Global Law and Shared Governance Doctrine. – Distilling the Essence of Giuliana Ziccardi Capaldo's Jurisprudential Paradigm-Shift, 15 The Global Community Yearbook of International Law and Jurisprudence (Global Community YILJ) 885-901) (co-authored)  [Part 6: Recent Lines of Internationalist Thought] (Giuliana Ziccardi Capaldo gen. ed., Oxford University Press, New York, USA, 2016).

Museer og Værdier. Det Udvidede Museumsbegreb [Museums and Values. The Extended Museum Concept], North Art Magazine 1-9 (co-authored) (Yvonne Hansen ed., Copenhagen) (online publication, August 2016), available at htpp://www.kunstlivet.dk.

Introduction. Ethics in the Making. – From Controversy to Criterion for International Criminal Law, in Ethics & International Criminal Law, 16/2 International Criminal Law Review 177-200 (introduction to special issue), (Anja Matwijkw ed., Brill/Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Leiden, the Netherlands, 2015 (online) and 2016 (hardcopy)).

The Value Question and Legal Doctrine: The Inescapability of Ethics, in (special issue entitled) Ethics & International Criminal Law, 16/2 International Criminal Law Review 323-345 (co-authored) (Anja Matwijkw ed., Brill/Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Leiden, the Netherlands, 2015 (online) and 2016 (hardcopy)). 
See PluriCourts – Centre for the Study of the Legitimate Roles of the Judiciary in the Global Order, University of Oslo, Norway, available at http://www.jus.uio.no/pluricourts/english/topics/criminal-law/news/2016-05-13-icl-news.html 
See also Chongqing University Library (China), available at http://lib.cqu.edu.cn /asset/search.aspx?key=U%3Dmatwijkiw&cf=&skey=0_U_matwijkiw 
See also Leibniz Universitätsbibliothek (Germany), available at https://www.tib.eu/de/suchen/id/BLSE%3ARN606485588/The-Value-Question-andLegal-Doctrine-The-Inescapability/?tx_tibsearch_search%5Bsearchspace%5D=tn

February 14, 2014: The Three-Year Anniversary. Bahrain and the Precarious Diplomacy of Responsibility-Ascriptions: Values and Philosophical Aspects of Interpretation, 14(1) The Global Community Yearbook of International Law and Jurisprudence 63-102 (co-authored) (Giuliana Ziccardi Capaldo gen. ed., Oxford University Press, New York, 2015). 
See Societa Italianà di Dritto Internazionale (Italy), available at http://www.sidi-isil.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/The-Global-Community-YILJ-2014.pdf

The Missing Link in Stakeholder Theory: A Philosophical Framework, 28/1 International Journal of Applied Philosophy 125-154 (co-authored) (Elliot Cohen ed., Florida, USA, 2014). 
See PhilPapers.org, available at https://philpapers.org/s/matwijkiw

On the Philosophy of International Criminal law, in (special issue entitled) Philosophy of International Criminal Law, 14/4-5 International Criminal Law Review 669-693 (introduction to double special issue) (Anja Matwijkiw ed., Brill/Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Leiden, the Netherlands, 2014). 
See SDIL (Iran), available at http://borhan.sdil.ac.ir/newindex.aspx?pid=99&ArticleID=86413&title=International%20Criminal%20Law%20Review

Stakeholder Applications: Advantages or Disadvantages for International Criminal Law? in Philosophy of International Criminal Law, 14/4-5 International Criminal Law Review 923-947 (co-authored) (Brill/Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Leiden, the Netherlands, 2014). 
See Heibei University of Technology (China), available at http://en.hebut.findplus.cn/?h=search_list&query=JN:%22International%20Criminal%20Law%20Review%22 
See also Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University Library, available at http://encore.seals.ac.za/iii/encore_nmmu/plus/C__Smatwijkiw__Orightresult__U?lang=eng&suite=nmmu

A Stakeholder Approach to International Human Rights: Could the Trend Become a Tragedy, 84/3-4 Revue Internationale De Droit PÉnal 113-138 (co-authored) (Carole Girault et al eds., Paris, France, 2013), with summaries in French and Spanish. 
See Revue Internationale De Droit PÉnal, available at http://www.penal.org/en/ridp-irpl-2013-3-4

From the Rhetoric of States to Strategic Effectiveness in the Globalization Effort: M. Cherif Bassiouni’s Statement at the Historic High-Level Meeting of the General Assembly on the Rule of Law at the National and International Levels, 12(II) The Global Community Yearbook of International Law and Jurisprudence 1001-1031 (co-authored) (Giuliana Ziccardi Capaldo gen. ed., Oceana/Oxford University Press, New York, USA, 2013).

Memorialization: An International Law Strategy, 5 The South Shore Journal 85-109 (co-authored) (Christopher J. Young ed., IU Northwest Center for Urban and Regional Excellence/One Region, USA (online publication, 2013) (co-authored), available at http://www.southshore journal.org.html.

Stakeholder Theory and the Logic of Value Concepts: Challenges for Contemporary International Law, 7/3 International Studies Journal 19-79 (co-authored) (Mehdi Zakerian ed., Tehran, Iran, 2011). 
See the Peace Palace Library, The Hague, available at https://www.peacepalacelibrary.nl/

Stakeholder Theory and Justice Issues: The Leap from Business Management to Contemporary International Law, 10/2 International Criminal Law Review 143-180 (co-authored) (Michael Bohlander ed., Brill/Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Leiden, the Netherlands, 2010). 
See Washington & Lee Law School, available at http://lawlib.wlu.edu/CLJC/index.aspx?mainid=801&issuedate=2010-05-20

From Business Management to Human Rights: The Adoption of Stakeholder Theory, XIII: 2009 Journal of The Indiana Academy of the Social Sciences 46-59 (co-authored) (Jean V. Poulard ed., IASS, Indiana University, IN, USA, 2010).

The No Impunity Policy in International Criminal Law: Justice versus Revenge, 9/1

International Criminal Law Review 1-37 (Michael Bohlander ed., Brill/Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Leiden, the Netherlands, 2009). 
See International Law Reporter, available at http://ilreports. blogspot.dk/2009_03_08_archive.html

Human Needs and Justice: The Case against Realism 26/4 Nordic Journal of Human Rights 279-301 (Njål Høstmælingen ed., Oslo University Press, Norway, 2008).

The Way Forward in Northwest Indiana: Ethics as a Vehicle for Urban Renewal, 2 The South Shore Journal 91-116 (co-authored) (Robin Hass Birky & Eva Mendieta eds., Indiana University/NWI Quality of Life Council, USA) (online publication, 2007), available at http://www.southshorejournal.org.html

Revenge and Humanity: The Case of the Failed State, 6(II) The Global Community Yearbook of International Law and Jurisprudence 1679-1698 (Giuliana Ziccardi Capaldo gen. ed., Oceana/Oxford University Press, New York, USA, 2007).

The Reverse Revenge Norm in International Law: The Chicago Principles on Post-Conflict Justice, 78/3-4 Revue Internationale De Droit PÉnal 565-599 (Reynald Ottenhof, ed., Paris, France, 2007), with summaries in French and Spanish. See http://www.cairn.info/revue-internationale-de-droit-penal-2007-3-page-565.htm

Making Sense of the Right to Truth in Educational Ethics: Toward a Theory and Practice that Protect the Fundamental Interests of Adolescent Students, 2 Intercultural Human Rights Law Review 329-424 (co-authored) (Danielle N. Boaz & Aditi Sehgal eds., Miami, USA, 2007).
- Cited in The Lexington Principles on the Rights of Detainees, 2009 
See http://law2.wlu.edu/deptimages/The%20Lexington%20Principles%20Project/Lexingtonprinciples09.pdf

The Right to Accountability: A General Jurisprudence Approach to International Criminal Law, 5(I) The Global Community Yearbook of International Law and Jurisprudence 309-332 (Giuliana Ziccardi Capaldo gen. ed., Oceana/Oxford University Press, USA, 2006).

Rights for the Sake of the Individual as an End in Himself, 3-4 Tiddskrift for Rettsvitenskap [Journal of Legal Science] 738-775 (Viggo Hagstrøm & Magnus Aarbakke eds., Scandinavian University Press, Oslo-Copenhagen-Stockholm-Boston, Norway/Denmark/Sweden/USA, 2000).

A Fluxus Artist in Flux, 40 North-Debat [North-Debate] 11-23 (co-authored) (Bent Petersen ed., Associated Publishing House, Copenhagen, Denmark, 1996).

Om Forholdet mellem Retsnormer og Politik (On the Relationship Between Legal Norms and Politics), 4 Tidsskrift for Rettsvitenskap [Journal of Legal Science] 686-712 (co-authored) (Birger Stuevold Lassen & Magnus Aarbakke eds., Scandinavian University Press, Oslo-Copenhagen-Stockholm-Boston, Norway/Denmark/Sweden/USA, 1995).

Other Publications

A Very Meaningful Anniversary, 8/4 International Criminal Law Review 713-723 (reviewing, David A. Blumenthal & Timothy L.H. McCormick (eds.), The Legacy of Nuremberg: Civilising Influence or Institutionalised Vengeance? Brill/Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Leiden, the Netherlands, 2008).

The Sensuous Way, 85 North Art Magazine 1-57 (Bent Petersen ed., Associated Publishing House, Copenhagen, Denmark, 2005) (special issue in honor of Edward Matwijkiw). 
See also http://www.open.ac.uk/Arts/philosophy/dmpub.shtml.

Love Without Limits, 15/2 Spirits 81 (Mary Nolan ed., Indiana University Northwest, USA, 2005).

Should Men Include Women as Equals? Prince Hall Freemasons Journal 33-38 (Jerry Butler ed., State of Illinois & Jurisdiction, USA, 2005) (special mid-year issue) (invited Guest Writer).

Materialistic Morality, 15/1 Spirits 33 (Allison Mendez ed., Indiana University Northwest, USA, 2004).
- Won the Best Literary Magazine of the Year at the 2004 Indiana Collegiate Press Association (ICPA) Awards Convention.

Kvinder og Filosofi [Women and Philosophy], 2/10 Filosofi [Philosophy]19-24 (Eric Bendtsen ed., Department of Philosophy, Pedagogy & Rhetoric, Copenhagen University, Denmark, 1996) (co-authored). 
- Also published as a feature newspaper article, Kvinder Er Da Også Filosoffer [Women Are Philosophers Too], Berlingske Tidende, January 12, 1996 (Denmark), at 4 (with drawing by Jens Hage).

Latent Utaknemmelighed/Forfald/Fortvivlelse/Menneskelig Metafysisk [Latent Ingratitude/Disrepair/Despair/Human Metaphysics] 27 Lyrik 15 [Lyrics – Journal of Danish and Foreign Poetry] (Per Nielsen ed., Nordisk Litteratur Forlag, Odense, Denmark, 1989).

Begivenheder på Stort Format (At Bekende Foreløbig Kulør) [Great Events (Temporary Admission)] 4/87 Hvedekorn [Hvedekorn. Journal of Danish Poetry and Art] (Poul Borum ed., Rosinante, Copenhagen, Denmark, 1987). 
See http://hvedekorn.raptus.mico.dk/?p=53