Artemis Kolliniati

Dr. Maria-Artemis Kolliniati

Research Associate

Working area(s)

Transnational Governance


Dr. Maria-Artemis Kolliniati is teaching human rights at TU Darmstadt. She is the author of Human Rights and Positive Obligations to Healthcare. Reading the European Convention on Human Rights through Joseph Raz's Theory of Rights (Nomos). Before joining TU Darmstadt, she taught at the University of Glasgow Law School. She has also been a researcher at the University of Antwerp and the University of Athens. She holds a PhD in political science from the University of Heidelberg.

Research interests

Human rights

Philosophy of human rights

European Convention on Human Rights

Political theory

Human rights and cities

Human rights and forced migration

07/2019-02/2020 Research fellow. Technische Universität Darmstadt, Institute for Political Science.
01/2018-06/2019 Parental leave.
10/2016-11/2017 Doctoral researcher. University of Heidelberg, Insitute of Political Science, Germany.
02/2016-09/2017 Research assistant. Technische Universität Darmstadt, Institute for Political Science. “REPOS II” (Social cohesion and indebted municipalities). Funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF).
09/2015-02/2016 Visiting researcher. University of Glasgow, School of Law, United Kingdom.
07/2014-07/2015 Research assistant. National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, School of Political Science and Public Administration. Re-searcher at “Reformability of Political Systems in times of crisis: The example of financial consolidation in German and Greek municipalities” (REPOS). Funded by the Greek Ministry of Education, Research and Religious Affairs and BMBF.
Research assistant . National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. “Research on Kallikratis legislation, Case Study: Prefecture of Magnesia, Trikala municipality.”
10/2009-02/2010 Research assistant. Local Government Institute, Athens. “Yearbook for European Union policies and the Greek local level.”
02/2009-09/2009 Research assistant. National Center for Public Administration and Local Government, Athens. “Local government in Cyprus” pro-ject.
12/2008-02/2009 Research assistant. Local Government Institute, Athens. Political science researcher at “Research on Municipal advisor in Greece and Europe.”
10/2008-12/2008 Research assistant. Unit for Migration Studies –University of Athens. “Research for the National and International programmes for refugees,” and at “Research for Greek Non-Governmental Organizations for immigrants and refugees.”
06/2005-06/2017 Participation in performances as professional actress (e.g. Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Flemish Opera-Ghent Opera, Michalis Cacoyannis Foundation, The Athens Concert Hall, Theatre for children).
WiSe 19/20: Human Rights and environmental protection: theory and practice
SoSe 19/20: Human rights theories

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