Linda Stewart is a professor of law at the North-West University (Potchefstroom) South Africa. She teaches legal hermeneutics and human rights. Her research and consequential research outputs focused on poverty and the realization of socio-economic rights in terms of constitutionalism. Since 2012, she redirected her research towards analyzing human rights in constitutional states with particular reference to the radical philosophy of immanence of Deleuze and Guattari. She is currently focusing on exploring the concepts of Deleuze and Guattari to re-think law. This includes (inter alia): 1) The formation of the subject of constitutional rights; 2) Deleuze and jurisprudence; 3) Deleuze and human rights discourse and the question of assemblages; 4) Becoming minorities and lines of flight; and 5) The court as a faciality machine. She is also interested in exploring immanence and expressionism that goes beyond representationalism in language through a combination of poetry and multi-media. Her blog is entitled fuZZy face.
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