Dr. Kerstin Reibold
Dr. Kerstin Reibold studied philosophy, political science and German language and literature at the University of Mannheim, Queen's University (Kingston, CA), Princeton University and the Arctic University of Norway, Tromsø.
Her research interests include territorial rights, indigenous rights, historic injustice, reconciliation, and trust.
- “Welfare egalitarianism and indigenous land rights”, Global Justice: Theory Practice Rhetoric, 2021.
- "Why indigenous land rights have not been superseded. A critical application of Waldron's supersession thesis", CRISPP (doi.10.1080/13698230.2019.1697842)
- "Two kinds of forgiveness“ in Forgiveness: Philosophy, Psychology and the Arts, ed. Timothy McHenry and Charlotte Bruun Thingholm (Brill: 2019)
- “Can naturalistic theories of human rights accommodate the indigenous right to self-determination?“ in Moral and Political Conceptions of Human Rights: Implications for Theory and Practice, ed. Reidar Maliks and Johan Karlsson Schaffer (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017).