Paul Magnarella

Emeritus Professor


Degrees

  • B.S., Business Administration, University of Connecticut
  • M.A., Education, Fairfield University
  • A.M., Social Anthropology, Harvard University
  • Ph.D., Anthropology and Middle East Studies, Harvard University
  • J.D., University of Florida Levin College of Law, 1991
  • Certificate, International Human Rights Law and Teaching Human Rights Law, International Institute of Human Rights, Strasboug, France, 1993

Research Interests

  • Humanitarian Law
  • International Law
  • Human Rights Law
  • Anthropology of Law
  • UN Criminal Tribunals
  • The Middle East

Selected Publications

  • JUSTICE IN AFRICA: RWANDA’S GENOCIDE, ITS NATIONAL COURTS, AND THE UN CRIMINAL TRIBUNAL (2000, Recipient of Association of Third World Studies’ Book of the Year Award, and nominated for the Raphael Lemkin Book Award)
  • ANATOLIA’S LOOM: STUDIES IN TURKISH CULTURE, SOCIETY, POLITICS AND LAW (1998)
  • HUMAN MATERIALISM: A MODEL OF SOCIOCULTURAL SYSTEMS AND A STRATEGY FOR ANALYSIS (1993)
  • TRADITION AND CHANGE IN A TURKISH TOWN (1981)
  • THE PEASANT VENTURE (1979)

Courses Taught

  • ANT 4930 – European Human Rights
  • CCJ 4934 – Law of Nations
  • ANT 4273/ANG 6273 – Anthropology of Law
  • CJL 6089/LAW 6936 – Humanitarian Law

Email: magnarel@ufl.edu