20 May 2022

WORKSHOP SERIES: New directions in the theory and history of international law - Geneva Graduate Institute, 2 & 3 June 2022

Join us for the first workshop of the series "New Directions in the Theory & History of International Law." On this occasion, professor Susan Marks (LSE), will serve as discussant for the works in progress of early career researchers.

Professors Carolyn Biltoft, Davide Rodogno, & Mohamed Mahmoud Mohamedou will also participate in a roundtable on "Glaring Absences: Class, Race, and Gender in the Histories of Capitalism & International Law."

Convened by Daniel Ricardo Quiroga-Villamarin, with the generous support of the Swiss National Science Foundation (Doc.CH Grant PoGEP1_20077/1), the Global Governance Centre, and the International Law and International History & PoliticsDepartments at the Graduate Institute, Geneva.

Programme and registration here.

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