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Professors

Docenti del DISSTE all'estero

Il programma Erasmus+ consente ai docenti e ai ricercatori di effettuare soggiorni all’estero per insegnamento attraverso la "Erasmus+ Staff Mobility for Teaching".

Docenti stranieri al DISSTE: visiting professorships

Lo status di visiting professor è conferito a uno studioso di elevata qualificazione scientifica, appartenente a istituzioni universitarie, di ricerca o di alta formazione, invitato a svolgere attività formative nell’ambito di un corso di studio.

Dalla sua nascita, al DISSTE ci hanno visitato:

Flavio Salio - Organizzazione Mondiale della Sanità (Ginevra, Svizzera)

Network Leader dell'Emergency Medical Teams presso l'Organizzazione Mondiale della Sanità.

Per il DISSTE ha tenuto il 26 aprile 2022 un seminario sulla medicina di guerra e nelle emergenze.

La diretta streaming è disponibile su youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=20ZqUKux0Nc

Randall S. Abate - Monmouth University (West Long Branch, New Jersey)

Randall S. Abate is the inaugural Rechnitz Family and Urban Coast Institute Endowed Chair in Marine and Environmental Law and Policy, a Professor in the Department of Political Science and Sociology, and the Director of the Institute for Global Understanding at Monmouth University in West Long Branch, New Jersey. He teaches courses in domestic and international environmental law, climate justice, constitutional law, and animal law. Professor Abate joined the Monmouth faculty in 2018 with 24 years of full-time law teaching experience at six U.S. law schools. He has delivered lectures and taught international and comparative law courses on environmental and animal law topics in Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, the Cayman Islands, China, Colombia, India, Indonesia, Kenya, the Kyrgyz Republic, Morocco, the Netherlands, Norway, Qatar, Serbia, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Turkey, Ukraine, the U.K, and Vanuatu.


Professor Abate has published six books and more than thirty law journal articles and book chapters on environmental and animal law topics, with a recent emphasis on climate change law and justice.

He is the author of

  • CLIMATE CHANGE AND THE VOICELESS: PROTECTING FUTURE GENERATIONS, WILDLIFE, AND NATURAL RESOURCES (Cambridge University Press, 2019);

editor of

  • WHAT CAN ANIMAL LAW LEARN FROM ENVIRONMENTAL LAW? (ELI Press, 2d ed., 2020),
  • CLIMATE JUSTICE: CASE STUDIES IN GLOBAL AND REGIONAL GOVERNANCE CHALLENGES (ELI Press, 2016)
  • CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACTS ON OCEAN AND COASTAL LAW: U.S. AND INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES (Oxford University Press, 2015);

and co-editor of

  • CLIMATE CHANGE AND INDIGENOUS PEOPLES: THE SEARCH FOR LEGAL REMEDIES (Edward Elgar, 2013).

Early in his career, Professor Abate handled environmental law matters at two law firms in Manhattan. He holds a B.A. from the University of Rochester and a J.D. and M.S.E.L. (Environmental Law and Policy) from Vermont Law School.