ESIL Interest Group History of International Law

ESIL Interest Group History of International Law

dinsdag 5 april 2016

ESIL Conference 2016 (Riga): Interest Group Workshop: "Writing Crisis in the History of International Law" Line-up (7 Sep 2016)

 (image: M.C. Escher, "Writing Hands"; source: MC Escher)

The ESIL Interest Group History of International Law is delighted to announce the line-up for its workshop "Writing Crisis in the History of International Law" at the upcoming ESIL Annual Conference, held at the Riga Law School (8-10 Sep 2016).

This event will take place ahead of the Conference, on 7 September 2016.

The Interest Group expresses its thanks to the 19 submitters of abstracts (cf. call for papers). Unfortunately, it was not possible to include all interesting paper proposals we received. After a process of double blind peer review by independent assessors, the following five papers have been retained:
"The Economic Crisis in the 1970s"
Dr. Ingo Venzke
Associate Professor at the Department of International and European Law of the University of Amsterdam

"The Stunted 'Science' of Statehood"
Eric Loefflad
Phd candidate at the University of Kent at the Centre for Critical International Law.

"Diverging Reconstructions"
Paolo Amorosa

Phd candidate at the Erik Castrèn Institute, University of Helsinki.

"The Emergence of the 'Indifference'-Narrative"
Agathe Verdebout
Phd candidate at ULB Belgium at the Centre for International Law

"Universal Solutions for Exceptional Times"
Dr. Monica Garcia-Salmones
Postdoctoral researcher at the Erik Castrèn Institute, University of Helsinki.
 We welcome all persons interested at the Workshop in Riga !

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