Dominique Bauer is a senior lecturer at the Department of Architecture, Sint-Lucas, Belgium. She has published on medieval legal history, cultural history, and theoretical history in Zeitschrift der Savigny-Stiftung für Rechtsgeschichte, Ethical Perspectives, The Journal of the History of International Law, with CUP and with other journals. She is currently finalizing two books on twelfth-century cultural history and the continuity of medieval legal concepts in the early modern doctrine of the law of nations. Bauer focuses on the public/private order dynamics as constituting a process of formalization from the Middle Ages to contemporary history, an approach she uses for her current book project on formalization in the German cultural context of the Bauhaus.
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Professor, KU Leuven
Visiting Scholar 2008-2009, Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies, Harvard University