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Redefining Humanity Through its Heritage. Interview with Mathilde Leloup

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Mathilde Leloup is Oxpo post-doctoral Fellow at the Department of Politics and International Relations (DPIR ) of the University of Oxford and research associate to the CERI/Sciences Po. Since 2018, she is co-organiser of the GRAM (Research Group on Multilateral Action) research seminar with Guillaume Devin and Sarah Tanke. Her PhD thesis, entitled “Redefining Humanity Through its Heritage: The Incorporation of Cultural Protection into Peacekeeping Mandates” was awarded the Dalloz Price this Autumn 2020. Mathilde answers our questions about her research, past and present. Interview by Miriam Périer, CERI
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hal-03386566 , version 1 (06-01-2022)

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Mathilde Leloup. Redefining Humanity Through its Heritage. Interview with Mathilde Leloup. 2020. ⟨hal-03386566⟩
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