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Francesca Iurlaro, Alexander von Humboldt postdoctoral researcher at Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law, joins us to discuss jus gentium, the history of customary international law, Gentili, historiography and hope. Publications mentioned in the episode: Francesca Iurlaro, The Invention of Custom, Natural Law and …
 
Dr. Ingo Venzke, Professor of Public International Law at the University of Amsterdam, joins us to talk about semantics in international law, semantic authority, and struggle for meaning. Publications mentioned in the episode: Ingo Venzke, How Interpretation Makes International Law: On Semantic Change and Normative Twists (Oxford: Oxford University…
 
Professor Umut Özsu, Associate Professor at Carleton University, joins us to talk about Marxism and international law, but also history and theory more generally. Publications mentioned in the episode: Martti Koskenniemi, The Gentle Civilizer of Nations - The Rise and Fall of International Law 1870-1960 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001)…
 
Professor Anne Orford, Melbourne Laureate Professor and Michael D Kirby Chair of International Law at Melbourne Law School, joins us to discuss history and international law, and her new book International Law and the Politics of History. Publications mentioned in the episode: Anne Orford, International Law and the Politics of History (Cambridge: C…
 
Prof. Harlan G. Cohen (University of Georgia) joins us to talk about sources of international law, precedent, opinio juris, fragmentation, pluralism and behavioural approaches to international law. Publications referred to in the episode: Harlan G. Cohen, “The Primitive Lawyer Speaks!: Thoughts on the Concepts of International and Rabbinic Laws”, V…
 
Dr. Carmen Pavel (King's College London) joins us to talk about political philosophy of international law, global consitutionalism, the international rule of law, and her new book Law beyond the State: Dynamic Coordination, State Consent, and Binding International Law. Publications referred to in the episode: Carmen E. Pavel, Law beyond the State: …
 
Panos Merkouris (University of Groningen) joins us to talk about his ERC project TRICI-Law that focuses on interpretation of customary international law. TRICI-Law's website: https://trici-law.com Publications mentioned in the episode: Merkouris, Panos. Article 31(3)(c) VCLT and the Principle of Systemic Integration, Normative Shadows in Plato's Ca…
 
Andreas Hadjigeorgiou, special teaching stuff at the Frederick University Cyprus, joins us to discuss the forgotten legacy of the Oxford Jurisprudence Circle and its relevance for international law. Click here for Andreas' SSRN page. If you are interested, you can request Andreas' PhD thesis or read the summary here: Hadjigeorgiou, Andreas. ‘Hart a…
 
Scott J. Shapiro, Charles F. Southmayd Professor of Law and Professor of Philosophy at Yale Law School, joins us to talk about well, everything, including planning theory of law, outcasting and more. Click here for Scott Shapiro's podcast 'Jurisprudence'. Publications referred to in the episode: Oona A. Hathaway and Scott J. Shapiro, The Internatio…
 
Monica Hakimi (University of Michigan) joins us to talk about flaws of international legal positivism, interplay between formal and informal law, and customary international law. Publications referred to in the episode: Jutta Brunnée and Stephen J. Toope, Legitimacy and Legality in International Law: An Interactional Account (New York: Cambridge Un…
 
Adil Haque (Rutgers University), author of Law and Morality at War (OUP, 2017) joins us to talk about law and morality. We discuss issues such as positivism, moral impact theory, and jus cogens. Publications referred to in the episode: Emmanuel Voyiakis, 'Customary International Law and the Place of Normative Considerations', American Journal of Ju…
 
Ntina Tzouvala (Australian National University) joins us to talk about critical legal studies, and her book, Capitalism As Civilisation: A History of International Law (CUP, 2020). We discuss issues such as critical legal studies in international law, tackling interdisciplinarity, and inclusivity in international law. Publications mentioned in the …
 
David Lefkowitz (University of Richmond) joins us for the first episode to talk about his book, Philosophy and International Law: A Critical Introduction (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2020), and jurisprudence in general. We discuss questions such as: Is there a reason why philosophy of international law is on the rise again? What are the …
 
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