We are Tilburg University

We are Tilburg University

Bio

In 2010, I obtained a LL.M at Catania University (Italy) and, in 2013, I became a qualified lawyer. I moved, then, to the Netherlands, where I joined the Tilburg Legal Philosophy Research group to work on a doctoral project on EU citizenship. In December 2017, I obtained a doctoral degree awarded by TiU. My doctoral dissertation (‘Citizenship inverted: From Rights to Status?’) is an article-based multidisciplinary project ,which combines doctrinal EU Law and philosophical analysis to examine the link between political membership and enjoyment of rights. I have been employed as a lecturer at Utrecht University (Faculty of Law) and, currently, I work as a lecturer at TLS, in the department of Public Law and Governance. My research profile combines expertise from law and philosophy. As regards philosophy, I am interested in questions concerning membership in political communities and distributive justice. As regards law, my research focuses on EU free movement and Migration Law.

Teaching

Bachelor's Program "Law":

- Fundamental Rights (Co-taught course, course coordinator)

- Compliance in International and European Law (Co-taught course, course coordinator)

- Making and Shaping of Markets (Co-taught course, course coordinator)

- European Union Law (Co-taught course, course coordinator)

 

Bachelor's program "Global Law':

- GLB: European Union Law (Co-taught course, course coordinator)

 

Master's Program "International and European Union Law" (Track: EU law and Global Risk)

- Migration and Rule of Law (Co-taught course, course coordinator)

Courses

Recent publications

  1. Sheep in Aesop’s and Phaedrus’s fables -

    Raucea, C., & Colombo, M. (2019). Sheep in Aesop’s and Phaedrus’s fables. Animal Sentience , 25(13).
  2. Book review of European civil society and human rights advocacy, M. T…

    Raucea, C. (2018). Book review of European civil society and human rights advocacy, M. Thiel, 2017. Journal of Common Market Studies, 56(4), 996-997.
  3. The substance of citizenship - Is it rights all the way down

    Raucea, C. (2018). The substance of citizenship: Is it rights all the way down. Netherlands Journal of Legal Philosophy (NJLP), 47(1), 67-92.
  4. Citizenship inverted - From rights to status

    Raucea, C. (2017). Citizenship inverted: From rights to status. Proefschriftenmaken.nl.
  5. European citizenship and the right to reside - No one on the outside …

    Raucea, C. (2016). European citizenship and the right to reside: No one on the outside has a right to be inside. European Law Journal, 22(4), 470-491.

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