Martijn van den Brink
Martijn van den Brink is a British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow at the Department of Politics and International Relations at the University of Oxford. His postdoctoral project, ‘Religious Equality and Employment within the European Union’, examines which employment practices affecting the freedom of religion and belief must be outlawed within the European Union.
Prior to joining the University of Oxford, Martijn was a postdoctoral fellow at the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity, Göttingen, where he worked on a project, entitled, ‘The Boundaries of Citizenship within the European Union’. He holds a PhD from the European University Institute, Florence. His PhD thesis was on the Authority of the European Union Legislature.
Martijn holds degrees in law and political science from the Universities of Oxford and Groningen. He held visiting positions at the University of Michigan and the University of Zagreb.
EU law and politics, citizenship and migration, legislative studies, religious freedom and non-discrimination
- Van den Brink, M, (2019) 'The Promises and Drawbacks of EU Citizenship for a Polycentric Union'
- Van den Brink, M, (2017) 'The Origins and Potential Federalising Effects of the Substance of Rights Doctrine'
- Van den Brink, M, Kochenov, D, (2015) 'Pretending There Is No Union: Non-Derivative Quasi-Citizenship Rights of Third-Country Nationals in the EU'
- van den Brink, M, Kochenov, D, (2019) 'Against Associate EU Citizenship', JCMS-JOURNAL OF COMMON MARKET STUDIES
- van den Brink, M, (2019) 'Justice, Legitimacy and the Authority of Legislation within the European Union', MODERN LAW REVIEW, vol. 82 (2) p293-318
- van den Brink, M, (2019) 'EU citizenship and (fundamental) rights: Empirical, normative, and conceptual problems', EUROPEAN LAW JOURNAL, vol. 25 (1) p21-36
- van den Brink, M, (2016) 'What's in a Name Case? Some Lessons for the Debate Over the Free Movement of Same-Sex Couples Within the EU', German Law Journal, vol. 17 (3) p421-449