Over the last two decades, interest in the history of international law has dramatically risen among scholars from various constituencies such as international law, international relations, legal history and diplomatic history.
i-HILT is a virtual platform on the history of international law. Here, ‘International law’ is used in the broadest sense. It refers to all bodies of law, which regulated relations between polities throughout recorded history: from pre-classical Antiquity to the present and from all civilizations.
i-HILT will run the ‘Bibliography of the History of International Law’. This bibliography can be downloaded from the website. It is updated on a 3-monthly basis. Furthermore, i-HILT will provide information on events and new publications in the field of the history of international law.
i-HILT also stands for Institute of the History of International Law @ Tilburg research group within the Department of Public Law and Governance at Tilburg Law School.
New book: International Law and Peace Settlements18th March 2021
Cambridge University Press has recently published the edited volume ‘International Law and Peace Settlements’, including a chapter by our own professor Randall Lesaffer titled ‘The lore and laws of peace-making in early modern and nineteenth-century peace treaties’.
New book: The Cambridge Companion to Hugo Grotius15th March 2021
In April, Cambridge University Press will publish the new volume ‘The Cambridge Companion to Hugo Grotius’, edited by our professor Randall Lesaffer together with Janne Nijman.
New book: Contingency in International Law23rd February 2021
OUP has recently published the new volume ‘Contingency in International Law. On the Possibility of Different Legal Histories’, edited by Ingo Venzke and Kevin Jon Heller, including a chapter by our own Ana Delic titled ‘Contingencies in The Rise of European and Latin American Private International Law, 1850 to 1950’.