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Gabriele Wadlig

Max Weber Fellow

Department of Law

Max Weber Fellow

Max Weber Programme for Postdoctoral Studies

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[+39] 055 4685 381


Badia Fiesolana, BF236


Gabriele Wadlig is interested in questions concerning international and transnational dimensions of the global governance of nature, technology, and infrastructure. She is also a postdoctoral research associate at the Chair of Legal and Constitutional Studies with Interdisciplinary Relations at TU Dresden, where she works on the ‘Legal and Political Challenges of the Cyber-Physical Social Road System’ (part of the project ‘Digital Twin of the Road System — Physical-Informational Representation of the Future Road System’).

Gabriele's previous work has focused on the role of international organizations in international law as related to the history and theory of international legal concepts. She attended the Juridical Science Doctorate (JSD) Program at New York University (NYU) School of Law where she wrote her dissertation on ‘The International (Un)making of Tenure Security’.

Prior to her doctoral studies, Gabriele obtained an LLM in International Legal Studies from NYU (funded by Fulbright), a Mag.a iur. from University of Graz, and a Joint Master’s Degree in Sustainable Development (MSc) from the Universities of Venezia/Graz/Leipzig. She also holds a BSc from the Vienna University of Economics and Business.

During her doctoral studies at NYU, Gabriele co-facilitated the Feminist Legal Theory Reading Group and convened several reading groups for upper-level students on critical approaches to international law and co-taught a course on ‘The Nature of Governing’ at the University of Melbourne.


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