Assistant Professor of International Public Law and International Relations, University of Seville, Spain
Adriana Fillol holds a degree in Law from the University of Seville. She completed her academic training with the completion of two Master’s Degrees: in “European Studies”, for which she received the Extraordinary End of Studies Award, and in “International Relations”. She obtained a FPU Predoctoral Scholarship (2014), granted by the Ministry of Education of the Government of Spain. She holds a PhD in International Law (2018), from the University of Seville, with a doctoral thesis entitled: food security in the universal framework of international peace and security. She also obtained a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Cagliari, Italy. She is currently Assistant Professor Doctor in public international law and international relations at the University of Seville.
Her main lines of research are: international peace and security, human right to food, international food security and land grabbing.
The main result of her training and research activity can be summarized in the following objectives achieved: She is the author of 2 legal monographs published by Dykinson in 2020 and editor of another monograph on land grabbing. She is the author of 7 articles in academic, national and international journals; with respect to book chapters, she has participated in 9 occasions in international publishers, such as Nova Science Publishers, or national publishers such as Atelier, Tirant lo Blanch or Dykinson.
Regarding research dissemination activities, she is a member of the Observatory of the Right to Food in Spain (RED ODA-E) and member of the Editorial Team of International and Public Affairs Journal. She has carried out two long research stays of 10 months at the Maison des Sciences de l’Homme Ange-Guépin in France, as a guest researcher in the framework of a European project on Food Security, and 5 months at the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law, Germany.