Vincent Negri

Vincent Negri

Law scholar

  • Restitution, Provenance research, The role of museums

  • Paris (France)

Vincent Negri is a senior researcher in law at the Institute for Social Sciences of Politics (UMR 7220), ENS Cachan (Paris). His work focuses on comparative and international law of culture and cultural heritage as well as on law anthropology, especially on the interactions between norms and cultures.

He teaches masters and in doctorate students in Paris, Lyon, Alexandria and Geneva.
Among the recent books he has edited are: La diversité dans la gouvernance internationale, Bruylant, 2016; and Le patrimoine culturel, cible des conflits armés, Bruylant, 2014.
He has also co-edited, together with Isabelle Schulte-Tenckhoff: Normer l'oubli, coll. Les voies du droit, IRJS/PUF, 2019 and Towards International Normativity, Between Mimetism and Dissemination, Pedone, 2016.

Contributions by Vincent Negri