BiographyJulen Etxabe completed his doctoral dissertation with James Boyd White, at the University of Michigan and currently works as a university researcher at the Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies. His research focuses on judicial dialogues from a comparative perspective and has taught courses on the jurisprudence of human rights, democracy, rhetoric, and normative conflict.
His book The Experience of Tragic Judgment was published in 2013 by Routledge and has co-edited a volume entitled Living in a Law Transformed: Encounters with the Works of James Boyd White (Maize Press, 2014). Currently, Etxabe is editing a volume on the Cultural History of Law in Antiquity with Bloomsbury. He is also editor of No-Foundations: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Law and Justice.
Areas of Research / Professional Expertise
Philosophy of Law, Jurisprudence, Law and Humanities, Political Theory, Classical Rhetoric and Philosophy, Judicial Reasoning
Classical rhetoric, Greek tragedy, judgment, theories of democracy, comparative law, judicial decision-making, literary criticism, Bakhtin, Rancière.