I am a postdoc at the Chair for Philosophy and Political Theory at LMU Munich. I hold two MA degress in philosophy from Central European University (2014) and the University of Connecticut (2017). I have just submitted my PhD thesis at the University of St Andrews and Stirling Gradautate Programe in Philosophy (2022). My research focuses on the intersection of human rights, international criminal law, and the ethics of cultural heritage. In my PhD thesis, I concerned myself with the philosophical foundations of a human right to cultural heritage. I am now working on a book manuscript on the sources of obligations to protect cultural heritage.
Davidaviciute, R. 2021. “Cultural Heritage, Genocide, and Normative Agency” in Journal of Applied Philosophy, Vol. 38, No. 4, pp. 599-614