Name ジロドウ イザベル  / Isabelle GIRAUDOU
Degree PhD
Occupation Associate Professor
Biography Dr. Isabelle Giraudou joined the University of Tokyo (Graduate School of Arts and Sciences) in 2017 as an associate professor. She is affiliated with the Organization for Programs on Environmental Sciences (OPES).
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Research outline Dr. Giraudou's current research explores how the converging fields of climate change law and disaster law engage with the Anthropocene thought experiment. Her most recent project scrutinises the opportunities for, and the barriers to the development of climate crisis lawyering in Japan. In so doing, this project seeks to illuminate how legal reasoning opens up to new narratives and different imaginaries, at the interface of Earth system science and planetary social thought.
Specialty Environmental Law, Public International Law, Critical Legal Theory
Research theme(s) Law and the Anthropocene (with a focus on 'sympoietic' thinking and relational approaches to environmental law)
Keywords related to research themes Anthropocene, Environmental Legal Studies, Climate change litigation, Climate crisis lawyering, Earth System Governance, Sympoietic thinking.
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