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14 November 2015

ADVANCE JOURNAL ARTICLES: Journal of the History of International Law/Revue d'histoire du droit international XVIII (2016), No. 1: Umut ÖZSU & Thomas SKOUTERIS (eds.), Theme Issue on the Legal History of the Ottoman Empire

(Image: Muhamed Ali Pasha; Source: Wikimedia Commons)


Brill's Books and Journals Online website published six advance articles of next year's volume XVIII of the Journal of the History of International Law/Revue d'histoire du droit international.

The contributions are part of a theme issue, edited by Umut Özsu (Winnipeg) and Thomas Skouteris (Athens):
  •  International Legal Histories of the Ottoman Empire: An Introduction to the Symposium (Umut Öszu and Thomas Skouteris)
  • European Legal Doctrines on Intervention and the Status of the Ottoman Empire within the ‘Family of Nations’ Throughout the Nineteenth Century (Davide Rodogno)
  • War without War: The Battle of Navarino, the Ottoman Empire, and the Pacific Blockade  (Will Smiley)
  • The Ottoman ‘School’ of International Law as Featured in Textbooks (Berdal Ardal)
  • International Lawyers without Public International Law: The Case of Late Ottoman Egypt (Will Hanley)
  • Forced Migration as Nation-Building: The League of Nations, Minority Protection, and the Greek-Turkish Population Exchange  (Sarah Shields)
All contributions can be read here.

Source: ESIL Interest Group History of International Law

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