Dr Catherine Dupré
Associate Professor, Director of Doctoral Studies
Catherine Dupré holds a PhD from the European University Institute. She is an Associate Professor of Comparative Constitutional Law, and currently the Director of Doctoral Studies for Law.
Human Dignity in Europe (selected publications)
C Dupre, 'Le principe de dignite humaine: principe essentiel du droit du travail' (2016, Nov) Revue de Droit du Travail, 670
C Dupré, The Age of Dignity: Human Rights and Constitutionalism in Europe (Bloomsbury/Hart Publishing, 2015)
C Dupré, ‘Article 1: Human Dignity’ in T Hervey, S Peers, J Kenner and A Ward (eds.), A Commentary on the European Union Charter of Fundamental Rights (Hart Publishing, 2014) 3-24
C Dupré, ‘Human Dignity in Europe: A Foundational Constitutional Principle’, (2013) 19(2) European Public Law, 319-340
C Dupré, ‘Dignity, Democracy, Civilisation’, 2013 Liverpool Law Review, 263-280
C Dupré, ‘Human Dignity: Rhetoric, Protection and Instrumentalisation’ in G A Toth (ed) Constitution for a Disunited Nation, Hungary’s New Fundamental Law (Central European University Press, 2012), 143-170
C Dupré, ‘Unlocking Human Dignity: Towards a Theory for the 21st Century’ 2 (2009) European Human Rights Law Review, pp. 190-206.
C Dupré, ‘What does dignity mean in a legal context?‘ The Guardian, 24 March 2011, by invitation
On constitutionalism (selected publications):
I am happy to supervise postgraduate research on most topics of comparative constitutional law with a European focus, and I have a special interest in human rights, human dignity, constitutional crises, constitutional justice and adjudication, constitutional reform and drafting, as well as ECHR law.