Professor, Indiana University Graduate School, 2015-present
Professor of Professional Ethics & Human Rights, IU Northwest, 2015-present
Adjunct Professor, Women’s & Gender Studies Program, IU Northwest, 2017-present
Associate Professor, IU Northwest, 2009 - 2015
Assistant Professor, IU Northwest, 2003 - 2009
Visiting Assistant Professor, IU Northwest, August 2002 - July 2003
Visiting Lecturer, The Human Rights Program & Department of Philosophy; Faculty Advisor for M.A. students, Center for International Relations; Instructor, the Graham School of General Studies, the University of Chicago, IL, 2000-2003
Carlsberg Researcher, Lucy Cavendish College, the University of Cambridge, England, U.K., 1993-1995
Carlsberg Research Fellow, Lucy Cavendish College, the University of Cambridge, England, U.K., 1990-1991
Carlsberg Scholar, Department of Philosophy, the University of Copenhagen, Denmark, 1989-1990
PostDoc, the Franke Institute for the Humanities & Department of Philosophy, the University of Chicago, IL, 1998-2002
Ph.D., the University of Cambridge, England, U.K. 1997
Magisterkonferens (research degree), the University of Copenhagen, Denmark, 1989
Awards & Honors (selective)
New Frontiers in the Arts & Humanities, Indiana University-Bloomington, 2016-2017
Listed among the “distinguished scholars” for Oxford University Press, 2016.
The Board of Trustees’ Teaching Award, IU Northwest, 2015, 2008.
Listed as “an eminent international law scholar” by Oxford University Press editors, 2012.
EuropeAid Office of the European Commission (under the auspices of International Institute of Higher Studies in Criminal Sciences (ISISC)), 2010.
Summer Faculty Fellowship in Research, IU Northwest, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004.
College of Arts & Sciences Dean’s Award for Distinction in Research and Creativity, Indiana University Northwest, 2007.
Selected as “Outstanding Instructor” for National Teacher Recognition Day, Center for Innovation & Scholarship in Teaching and Learning (CISTL), Indiana University Northwest, 2006.
Center for Regional Excellence Fellowship, Indiana University Northwest, 2006.
Listed (with name) among “our friends at the University of Chicago who inspired, founded and nurtured the [Scholars at Risk] Network,” October 27, 2003.
The Niels Bohr Award, the Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters, 2000.
His Royal Highness Prince Joachim and Her Royal Highness Princess Alexandra’s Foundation (awarded by Lord Chamberlain Per Thornit), Amalienborg Castle, Denmark 1998.
The Anglo-Danish Society (Patrons: HM the Queen of Great Britain and HM the Queen of Denmark), London, England, 1992.