Dr. Julia Hütten


Research Interests

  • Colonial and customary law
  • Legal and cultural history of family law
  • Colonialism in the Pacific region
  • Global legal history


Glocalising Normativities

Thomas Duve, Luisa Stella Coutinho, Rômulo da Silva Ehalt, Fupeng Li, Raquel R. Sirotti, Luca Alexander von Bogdandy, Karolyne Mendes Mendonça Moreira, Haochen Ku, Mauro Armando Adelino Manhanguele, Karoline Marques Machado, Vanessa Massuchetto, Sandra Michelle Röseler, Julia Hütten, Christian Pogies more


Thomas Duve, Julia Hütten, Alexandra Wielandt more

Curriculum Vitae

Julia Hütten received her doctorate in law from Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, and is currently conducting postdoctoral research on the legal history of German colonies in the Pacific. She was a fellow at the International Max Planck Research School for Comparative Legal History and a doctoral candidate at the Max Planck Institute for Legal History and Theory (formerly the Max Planck Institute for European Legal History). In addition to her degrees in law, she also completed a BA in anthropology and English studies.

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