ESIL Interest Group History of International Law

ESIL Interest Group History of International Law

woensdag 26 januari 2022

JOURNAL: Rechtsgeschichte



The latest issue of Rechtsgeschichte - Legal History (Rg 29, 2021) has a forum section dedicated to Martti Koskenniemi's latest book To The Uttermost Parts of the Earth. The section totals fifteen contributions.

Table of Contents

Thomas Duve 258 »This is not a history of international law«. A Brief Introduction into the Debate on Martti Koskenniemi’s To the Uttermost Parts of the Earth 

Li Chen 262 Reimagine International Law and Relations? A Short Reflection 

Jean D’Asprémont 265 Legal Imagination as Resistance 

Jean-Louis Halpérin 267 Une histoire transnationale des imaginations nationales? 

Madeleine Herren 269 No Esperanto for Law? A Fascinating Book Paves the Way for Future Investigations 

Tamar Herzog 271 Alternative Pasts and Alternative Futures 

Amalia D. Kessler 273 Beyond Texts: Institutions and the Historical Pursuit of Non-Elite Forms of Legal Imagination 

Jörn Leonhard 275 Temporalität und Handlungsmacht: Zwei Anknüpfungen an Martti Koskenniemi 

Jessica M. Marglin 277 Notes Towards a Socio-Legal History of International Law 

Cristina Nogueira da Silva 279 Legal Imagination, the Power of Texts and Some Hidden Contexts 

Jean-Frédéric Schaub 282 Sous-estimer l’imagination juridique de l’Europe du Sud? 

Gunnar Folke Schuppert 284 Property Rights as a Governing Institution. A Few Selected Remarks 

Inge Van Hulle 286 The Comforts and Confines of the Legal Imagination 

Bartolomé Yun-Casalilla 289 Contexts, Protagonists and Legal Imagination: The Spanish Monarchy as a Reference for a Methodological Discussion 

Martti Koskenniemi 292 Response – »Imagination begins at home«

More information is found on the publisher's website.