Constructing international law: property, commerce and ‘expectations’, Dr. Kate Miles
29 November 2017 @ 17:00 – 20:00
In the interests of fostering interdisciplinary interactions which might not otherwise occur, the Global Legal Histories Project is inaugurating a regular work-in-progress (WIP) seminar for junior and early-career researchers.
Some sessions will be devoted to discussion of new, published work in the field, and others to the sharing of works-in-progress, whether draft articles, chapters or book prospectuses, with a core group of scholars from a variety of disciplines.
Over time, we hope to develop a community of scholars who engage in sustained dialogue about each other’s research and also about broader methodological or thematic questions that cut across the fields of global, international and imperial histories, and histories of political thought, with legal dimensions. We also encourage work which otherwise bears on law and ordering across borders. Many of us focus primarily in the 18th–20th century, but earlier periods are also welcome.
If you are interested in receiving updates and term cards, please contact Dr Megan Donaldson (firstname.lastname@example.org).