ESIL Interest Group History of International Law

ESIL Interest Group History of International Law

donderdag 27 juni 2019

ESIL ANNUAL CONFERENCE ATHENS 2019: IG History of International Law Event (12 SEP 2019): New Histories of Sovereigns and Sovereignties


European Society of International Law

Interest Group on the History of International Law

New Histories of Sovereigns and Sovereignties
ESIL Athens 2019 Meeting

(image source: ESIL)


Amphitheatre, Law Library, 17-19 Mavromichali str. Athens
(for directions see: https://esilathens2019.gr/venues/)

08.15-13.30



Panel One: Sovereignty before the Twentieth Century

Greg Ablavsky (Stanford) — ‘Species of Sovereignty: Native American Nationhood, the United States, and International Law, 1783–1795’

Connor McBain (Glasgow) — ‘Parcel of Rogues in a Nation: The Story of the Darien Company and the Forgotten Role of Corporate Sovereignty in Scots Colonisation of the “New World”’

Commentator: Markus Beham (Passau)

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Panel Two: Sovereignty in the Twentieth Century

Diane Marie Amann (Georgia) — ‘Intersectional Sovereignties: Dr Aline Chalufour, Woman at Nuremberg — and at Paris, Ottawa, and Dalat’

Tsvetelina van Benthem (Oxford) — ‘Sovereignty, Sanctions and Functionalism’


Commentator: Jan Lemnitzer (University of Southern Denmark)

Amphitheatre, Law Library, 17-19 Mavromichali str. Athens
(for directions see: https://esilathens2019.gr/venues/)

08.15-13.30



Panel One: Sovereignty in before the Twentieth Century

Greg Ablavsky (Stanford) — ‘Species of Sovereignty: Native American Nationhood, the United States, and International Law, 1783–1795’

Connor McBain (Glasgow) — ‘Parcel of Rogues in a Nation: The Story of the Darien Company and the Forgotten Role of Corporate Sovereignty in Scots Colonisation of the “New World”’

Commentator: Markus Beham (Passau)

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Panel Two: Sovereignty in the Twentieth Century

Diane Marie Amann (Georgia) — ‘Intersectional Sovereignties: Dr Aline Chalufour, Woman at Nuremberg — and at Paris, Ottawa, and Dalat’

Tsvetelina van Benthem (Oxford) — ‘Sovereignty and Functionalism’

Commentator: Jan Lemnitzer (Southern Denmark)

(see conference website)