Anne Christine HabbardHumanities and Social Sciences
Mushtaq Ahmad Gurmani School of Humanities and Social Sciences
Anne-Christine Habbard has been teaching at LUMS since September 2006. Before joining LUMS she taught at the University of Lille (France), and at the Sorbonne University in Paris. Prior to that, she was a scholar at Yale University and Oxford University. She specialises in moral and political philosophy (with a particular emphasis on the issues of nationhood and cosmopolitanism) and did her PhD on Kierkegaard’s ethics. She also heads an international interdisciplinary research group on international law and philosophy, and is a member of the Editorial Board of Zenon, a journal of Political Philosophy.
Besides her academic life, Anne-Christine has long been involved in human rights. Former General Secretary of the International Federation for Human Rights, an international human rights NGO based in Paris, in charge of Asia and of economic, social and cultural rights, she has worked for several national, regional or international NGOs as well as intergovernmental organisations such as the UNDP or the World Bank. She has produced two reports on human rights in Pakistan, one on freedom of expression and association, and one on death penalty.
MA, Sorbonne University, Paris
PhD, Sorbonne University, Paris
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