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News from the IGLP - March 2016

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Applications Due April 15, 2016

The IGLP is accepting applications for IGLP: The Workshop, an intensive residential program for doctoral and post-doctoral law scholars and senior IGLP faculty. The Workshop aims to strengthen the next generation of scholars by placing them in collaboration with their global peers as they develop innovative ideas and alternative approaches to issues of global law, economic policy, social justice and governance.

While in residence in Madrid, participants will examine current scholarly developments, reconsider canonical texts, and network with colleagues from around the world.  The core of the Workshop will be comprised of a series of intensive writing workshops designed to facilitate peer-to-peer conversations with careful mentoring from IGLP’s global senior faculty. The Workshop will conclude with a one-day Conference addressing crucial issues of contemporary world political economy, convened by Carlos Andradas, Rector of Complutense University of Madrid.

The global Workshop is organized in collaboration with Complutense University of Madrid and hosted and sponsored by Santander Universities. The deadline for applications is April 15, 2016. Learn more and apply today.

A World of Struggle by David Kennedy

The IGLP is pleased to announce the publication of David Kennedy's new book: A World of Struggle: How Power, Law, and Expertise Shape Global Political Economy.

A World of Struggle reveals the role of expert knowledge in our political and economic life. As politicians, citizens, and experts engage one another on a technocratic terrain of irresolvable argument and uncertain knowledge, a world of astonishing inequality and injustice is born.

In this provocative book, David Kennedy draws on his experience working with international lawyers, human rights advocates, policy professionals, economic development specialists, military lawyers, and humanitarian strategists to provide a unique insider’s perspective on the complexities of global governance. He describes the conflicts, unexamined assumptions, and assertions of power and entitlement that lie at the center of expert rule. Kennedy explores the history of intellectual innovation by which experts developed a sophisticated legal vocabulary for global management strangely detached from its distributive consequences. At the center of expert rule is struggle: myriad everyday disputes in which expertise drifts free of its moorings in analytic rigor and observable fact. He proposes tools to model and contest expert work and concludes with an in-depth examination of modern law in warfare as an example of sophisticated expertise in action." - Princeton University Press

Meet the IGLP Staff!

The IGLP recently welcomed several new staff members over the past several months.

Alicia Lichoulas has joined as Events Manager and is responsible for planning, organizing, and executing the Institute’s academic events. She has a B.A. in Business Management from Assumption College and brings numerous years of experience planning meetings, conferences, and other events.

Slate has joined as Project Manager and is responsible for managing academic programming, communications, and other special projects. has previously worked for a number of global organizations in the international higher education and international development sectors. He has an M.A. in International Studies from Goldsmiths College, University of London.

Kristen Verdeaux continues to serve as Administrative Director and has been with IGLP since July 2013. She manages and oversees the organizational and administrative functions of the Institute with the assistance of Lawrence O’Regan-Lloyd, Program Assistant, who joined in May 2015. Jane Reader joined in August 2015 as Faculty Assistant to David Kennedy and serves as liaison with students and Harvard Law School administrative offices.

Network News

Geneva Workshop

The IGLP is co-sponsoring the "Regional and Constitutional Structures in Tension" Workshop, organized by Pola Cebulak and Micha Wiebusch at the Global Studies Institute of the University of Geneva on April 4-5, 2016. The workshop aims to interrogate possible tensions and interactions between regional organizations and constitutional law. The key point of discussion will concern the extent to which constitutional frameworks of regional organizations in Africa, Latin America, Europe, Asia and Eurasia reflect the existing power dimensions in the region.

Call for Submissions
Onur Özgöde, current IGLP Residential Fellow, welcomes submissions for the workshop Historicizing “The Economy” from September 23-24 at Harvard University. This two-day workshop aims to bring together scholars working on the emergence and the history of different conceptions of the “economic” and the “economy” as objects of economic thought and political practice. Abstract submissions are due May 1st. For additional information, please visit the workshop’s website.

Publication News
Onur Ulas
Ince has recently published an article entitled "Friedrich List and the Imperial Origins of the National Economy” which offers a critical study of Friedrich List's germinal theory of economic nationalism.

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