I-HILT organizes a series of lectures on the history of international law at the Tilburg Law School.
Each lecture will be 40 minutes accompanied by a question and answer period of 20 minutes. Come to one of the lectures (see program below) or simply stream it here!
I-HILT E-Lectures program 2019-20
In the academic year 2019-2020, the I-HILT institute will continue its series of E-lectures. Please feel welcome to attend any of them in real life . Alternatively, you can watch the recording afterwards on this page. The full program and information about the speakers can be found here. A short overview:
7 November, 12:30 -13:30, CZ 7
Stefano Catellan (Aarhus University, Denmark, I-HILT Visiting Scholar)
'Claims of Dominion and the Freedom of the Seas: the Evolution of Mare Clausum Principle in the Early Modern Period'
21 November, 9:30 am to 10:30 am, CZ 9
Dr. Rémy Ambühl, University of Southampton, Southampton, England
'Prisonnier de Guerre: The Birth of a New Phrase and a Special Status in the Late Middle Ages'
5 December 2019, 11:00 to 12:00, CZ 7
Maurits den Hollander, UvT
'Insolvency and Economic Misfortune in 17th Century Amsterdam'
12 December 2019, 11:00 to 12:00, CubeZ 222
Dr. Marc de Wilde, University of Amsterdam
'Hugo Grotius’s De societate publica cum infidelibus: Argument for Toleration or Justification of Colonialism?'
13 February 2020, 11:00 to 12:00, CubeZ 222
Hyoung-Jin Nho, UvT
'Lost in Between Treaties and Tributes: Korea as a Dual Periphery of International Law in the 19th Century'
12 March 2020, 11:00 -12:00, CubeZ 222
Dr. Ingo Venzke, University of Amsterdam
'Situating Contingency: How International Law Could Have Been'
26 March 2020, 11:00 to 12:00, CubeZ 222
Remko Mooi, UvT
'Protecting the Foreign Creditor: International Insolvency Procedures in Early Modern Frankfurt am Main'