Over the last three decades, interest in the history of international law has dramatically risen among scholars from various constituencies such as international law, commercial law, economics, international relations, legal history and diplomatic history. I-HILT organizes a series of lectures on the history of international (economic) law at the Tilburg Law School.
In the academic year 2022-2023, I-HILT will continue its series of e-lectures. The first version of this season's program can be found below. We hope and expect to add more dates to it over the upcoming months. Each lecture will be 40 minutes accompanied by a question and answer period of 20 minutes. Come to one of the lectures, or simply stream it here. Please feel welcome to attend!
Program E-Lectures 2022-2023:
- Thursday November 10, 16:00, Louis Sicking (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam), Beyond the Free Sea. The Law of the Sea in Renaissance Europe.
- Thursday January 26, 14:00, Heikki Pihlajamäki (University of Helsinki), Colonial law: extending European police regulation?
- Thursday February 23, 15:00, Barak Richman (Duke Law), Statelessness in an Era of Nationalism: the Diamond Cartel and the Nazi War Machine. Zoom link: watch this lecture here.
- Thursday 20 April, 15:00, Florian Grisel (University of Oxford), The Limits of Private Governance: Norms and Rules in a Mediterranean Fishery. Zoom link: watch this lecture here.
Samuel Moyn, 'Reflections on the Humanization of War'
Watch one of our other fascinating e-lectures:
- Prof. dr. Samuel Moyn (Yale University), 'Reflections on the Humanization of War', June 13, 2022.
- Prof. dr. Sergio Dellavalle (University of Turin), ‘Paradigms of Social Order’, May 30, 2022.
- Prof. dr. Anne Oreford (University of Melbourne), ‘International Law and the Politics of History’, April 19, 2022.
- Prof. dr. Ingo Venzke (University of Amsterdam), ‘The Path Not Taken: On Legal Change and its Context’, December 9, 2021.
- Dr. Maurits den Hollander (Tilburg University), 'Insolvency and Economic Misfortune in 17th-century Amsterdam', February 27, 2020.
- Hyoung-Jin Nho (Tilburg University), 'Lost in Between Treaties and Tributes: Choson Korea as a Dual-periphery in International Law (1882-1895)', February 13, 2020.
- Dr. Stefano Cattelan (Free University of Brussels), 'Claims of Dominion and The Freedom of the Seas: The Evolution of Mare Clausum Principle in the Early Modern Period (1450-1650)', December 5, 2019.
- Dr. Rémy Ambühl (University of Southampton), 'Prisonnier de Guerre. The Birth of a New Phrase and a Special Status in the Late Middle Ages', November 11, 2019.
- Prof. dr. Randall Lesaffer (Tilburg University), 'The Persian Gulf Conflict and the Reinvention of Collective Security', December 16, 2018.
- Dr. Ilya Kotlar (Ghent University), 'The International Legal Issues of the Dissolution of the Soviet Union', November 28, 2018.
- Dr. Ziv Bohrer (Bar-Ilan University), 'Nuremburg was not the First International Criminal Tribunal by a Long-Shot', October 4, 2018.
- Dr. Inge van Hulle (KU Leuven), 'Imperial Law and War in Africa', June 5, 2018.
- Dr. Maartje Abbenhuis (University of Auckland), 'Hagio-graphy: Historicising the Hague Peace Conferences of 1889 and 1907', May 8, 2018.
- Dr. Marco Duranti (University of Sydney), 'Reflections on the New History of International Human Rights', November 15, 2017.
- Prof. dr. Randall Lesaffer (Tilburg University), 'Aggression Before Versailles', November 3, 2017.