ESIL Interest Group History of International Law

ESIL Interest Group History of International Law

donderdag 15 oktober 2020

JOURNAL: Jus Gentium - Journal of International Legal History (vol. V, issues 1 and 2) [incl. Symposium: Archives of International Law: Histories of International Lawyers between Trajectories, Practices, and Discourses, ed. Dvozinar KEVONIAN & Philippe RYGIEL]

 

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Issue 1

Ancient China: Degeneration of the Institution of Zhou from Constitution to International Law and on to Anarchy (David K. C. Huang & Nigel N. T. Li)

The Private Foundations of International Law: Intellectual Property Rights and Pashukanis (Sean P. Morris)

Ukrainian Statehood in the Mid-Seventeenth to Early Eighteenth Centuries in Treaties with Foreign States: Principal Legal Models (Part One) (O.V. Kresin)

Aleksandr Pilenko: International Law and Invention Law in Russia (Vitalii S. Ivanenko)

Notes and comments: On the Origins of the Earliest Lecture on International Law in Persia (Moshen Nikbin)

Documents and Other Evidence of State Practice: Thomas Baty: Legal Adviser to the Government of Japan (William E. Butler) - Enemy Allegiance, Domicile, and 'House of Trade' (Thomas Baty) 

Idem: A Brief Calendar of State Practice for Shandong: 1897-1924: Part One (1897-1904): Open Door to China (Peter Macalister-Smith & Joachim Schwietzke)

Reviews:

The Last Waltz of the Law of Nations (W.E. Butler)
Encyclopedia of International Law (W.E. Butler)

Issue 2

When Law Failed: The Admiralty Sessions at the Old Bailey, 7-8 June 1792 (John D. III Gordan)

Ukrainian Statehood in the Mid-Seventeenth to Early Eighteenth Centuries in Treaties with Foreign States: Principal Legal Models (Part Two) (O.V. Kresin)

Arbitrating Capitulations: Small versus Barbarous in the 1901 Greco-Ottoman Consular Convention (N. Fujinami)

Symposium: Archives of International Law: Histories of International Lawyers between Trajectories, Practices, and Discourses

Archives of International Lawyers: Towards a Social History of International Legal Practice (Dzovinar Kevonian & Philippe Rygiel)

Very Discreet Experts: The "International Association of Penal Law" and the Nuremberg Moment (Guillaume Mouralis)

Private Files and Personal Contacts: Tobias Asser: Just Another Case Study (Arthur Eyffinger)

Estanislao Zeballos and the Argentine Doctrine of Human Private Law: A Micro-Social Approach to the History of Private International Law (Pilar Gonzalez & Bernaldo de Quiros)

Cross-Referencing Written Archives and Oral Sources: Transcript of a Filmed Interview of Jean Salmon (Dzovinar Kevonian & Philippe Rygiel)

Notes and Comments:

Boris Nolde: International Lawyer of Imperial Russia and the Russia (V.S. Ivanenko)

Chains of Law: Postwar Justice in the Andaman Islands, Singapore, and Tokyo, 1945-1948 (Alexander Williams)

Documents and Other Evidence of State Practice

The First Published Treaty Collection in Persia: An Introduction (Mohsen Nikbin)

Fragments from the 1844 Stepanov Manuscript on the "Law of Nations and Diplomacy" from the Legacy of the Kharkiv School of International Law (Oleg Tarasov)

Manuscript of T. F. Stepanov "Law of Nations and Diplomacy" (T.F. Stepanov)

A Brief Calendar of State Practice for Shandong: 1897-1924: Part Two (1905-1914): Open Door to China (Peter Macalister-Smith & Joachim Schwietzke)

Van Vechten (Johnny) Veeder (1948-2020) In Memoriam (W.E. Butler)

(source: HeinOnline)