Episode 2: Ntina Tzouvala on Critique and International Law

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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 episode:

Pierre Schlag, 'Spam Jurisprudence, Air Law, and the Rank Anxiety of Nothing Happening (A Report on the State of the Art)', Georgetown Law Journal 97 (2009): 803–35.

Maria Aristodemou, 'A Constant Craving for Fresh Brains and a Taste for Decaffeinated Neighbours', European Journal of International Law 25, no. 1 (2014): 35–58.

Mari J. Matsuda, ‘Liberal Jurisprudence and Abstracted Visions of Human Nature: A Feminist Critique of Rawls’ Theory of Justice, New Mexico Law Review 16, no. 3 (1986): 613–30.

Amia Srinivasan, 'The Aptness of Anger', Journal of Political Philosophy 26, no. 2 (2018): 123–44.

Natarajan, Usha, 'Creating and Recreating Iraq: Legacies of the Mandate System in Contemporary Understandings of Third World Sovereignty', Leiden Journal of International Law 24, no. 4 (2011): 799–822.

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