Introducing Eithne Dowds

EithneIt is our great pleasure to introduce our new IntLawGrrls contributor Eithne Dowds! Eithne is a lecturer at Queen’s University Belfast. Her research intersects the areas of international criminal law, feminist legal theory, sexual offences and children born of sexual violence in conflict. Eithne is particularly interested in feminist strategies in international criminal law and the extent to which developments at the international criminal level might bear relevance to domestic law on sexual offences.

Eithne completed her PhD in 2017, which examined the role of consent in an international criminal definition of rape. In particular, it focused on the definition at the International Criminal Court and whether the definition could facilitate ‘positive’ norm transfer from the international to the domestic. She is in the process of turning her thesis into a book which will be published by Hart in 2019.

Heartfelt welcome!

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