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Federico LenzeriniFederico Lenzerini was born in Poggibonsi (Italy) on October 7, 1968. He is Juris Doctor magna cum laude, University of Siena (Italy), 1998, and Ph. D., International Law, University of Bari (Italy), 2003. He is Professor of Public International Law, and European Union Law at the University of Siena (Italy). He has been Consultant to UNESCO and Legal Advisor of the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs at international negotiations concerning the protection of cultural heritage. He was a member of the Committee on Biotechnology of the International Law Association (ILA) and Rapporteur of the ILA Committee on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, and is currently a Member of the ILA Committee on Cultural Heritage Law. He has been visiting Professor in a number of foreign universities, including the Tulane University of New Orleans and at the St. Thomas University Law School, Miami (FL), USA. He also taught  at the Academy of European Law, European University Institute, Session on Human Rights Law, June-July 2011.

Selected publications:

Reparations for Indigenous Peoples: International and Comparative Perspectives (editor), Oxford University Press, 2008, 650 pp. (also published in paperback, 2009).

Asilo e diritti umani. L’evoluzione del diritto di asilo nel diritto  internazionale (Asylum and Human Rights. The Evolution of the Right of Asylum in International Law), Milano, 2009, 679 pp.

Cultural Heritage, Cultural Rights, Cultural Diversity. New Developments in International Law (editor, with S. Borelli), Leiden-Boston, 2012, 440 pp.

“The 1972 World Heritage Convention and the Convention on the  Diversity of Cultural Expressions”, in T. Kono and S. Van Uytsel (eds.), The UNESCO Convention on the Diversity of Cultural Expressions. A Tale of Fragmentation in International Law, Cambridge, 2012, pp. 127-142.

“Sovereignty Revised: International Law and Parallel Sovereignty of  Indigenous Peoples”, in Texas International Law Journal, vol. 42, n. 1, 2006, pp. 155 – 189.

“Fostering tolerance and mutual understanding among peoples”, in A. Yusuf (ed.), Standard-setting in UNESCO, volume I: normative action in education, science and culture: Essays in commemoration of the Sixtieth Anniversary of UNESCO, Paris-Leiden, 2007, pp. 187-205.

 

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