ESIL Interest Group History of International Law

ESIL Interest Group History of International Law

vrijdag 12 mei 2017

SYMPOSIUM: Evaluating the Turn to History of International Law (ESIL Conference, Naples, 6 Sep 2017)

ESIL 2017 Annual Conference

Symposium of the 
Interest Group on the History of International Law

“Evaluating the Turn to History of International Law” 

Naples, Wednesday, 6 September 2017
13:00-17:00, Venue TBA



13:00: Welcome and Opening Remarks
Thomas Skouteris (The American University in Cairo)

13:00-14:30: Session 1
Martin Clark (London School of Economics): “Ambivalences, anxieties / Adaptations, advances”
Valentina Vadi (Lancaster University): “International Law and its Microhistories”
Amrita Mukherjee (University of Leeds): “Subaltern Studies & International Law”
DiscussantGerry Simpson (London School of Economics)
ModeratorThomas Skouteris (The American University in Cairo)

15:00-16:30: Session 2
Miriam Bak Mackenna (Lund University) & Matilda Arvidsson (Lund University): “The ‘turn to history’ and the sources doctrine in international law: disruption, democratization, and distress
Jan Martin Lemnitzer (University of Southern Denmark): “Writing a new history of international criminal law – where do we start?
Immi Tallgren (University of Helsinki)A turn to women? Histories of ‘international criminal lawyers
DiscussantIgnacio de la Rasilla del Moral (Brunel University)
ModeratorInge van Hulle (Tilburg University)

16:30: Closing remarks and discussion on future activities of the IGHIL

Symposium Conveners/ IGHIL Coordinating Committee Members
Frederik Dhondt, Inge van Hulle, Ignacio de lRasilladel Moral, and Thomas Skouteris

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