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News from the IGLP - May 2016

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IGLP: The Colloquium


From June 7-9, 2016, the IGLP will be hosting its annual Colloquium. Entitled Transitions in Time, Space, and Power, the Colloquium will bring together invited IGLP faculty and guests to strengthen their work through intensive discussion and engagement with leading scholars from other disciplines. The themes this year include: "Technologies, Spaces and Borders,” curated by Sheila Jasanoff; "The Economy in Time,” curated by Christine Desan; and "The Decolonization of Global Law and Policy,” curated by Sundhya Pahuja.

Sundhya Pahuja, 2016 Fulbright Scholar


The IGLP is pleased to announce that Sundhya Pahuja has been awarded a Fulbright Senior Scholarship to carry out research at the IGLP. While at the IGLP, Sundhya will begin a study on the place of the corporation in international law, from the early modern period to the present day, and the implications of that history for today.

Sundhya is Professor of International Law and the Director of the Institute for International Law and the Humanities at the Melbourne Law School. Her research focuses on the question of global inequality and its relationship to international law and institutions, both in terms of how they may contribute to the amelioration of inequality, but also to its perpetuation. Sundhya has strong ties with India, which find expression in her scholarly interests in the historical legacies of imperialism and anti-imperial struggles, expressed in legal and non-legal terms. One example is her book, Decolonising International Law: Development, Growth and the Politics of Universality, which won the American Society of International Law prize in 2012 and the Woodward Medal in the Humanities and Social Sciences in 2014. Read more.

IGLP Law and Global Production Working Group


The IGLP Law and Global Production Working Group has published "The role of law in global value chains: a research manifesto" in the March 2016 edition of the London Review of International Law

Abstract: Most scholars attribute the development and ubiquity of global value chains to economic forces, treating law as an exogenous factor, if at all. By contrast, we assert the centrality of legal regimes and private ordering mechanisms to the creation, structure, geography, distributive effects and governance of Global Value Chains (GVCs), and thereby seek to establish the study of law and GVCs as rich and important terrain for research in its own right.


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Günter Frankenberg, Professor at Goethe University and IGLP Faculty and Academic Council member, has published Comparative Law as Critique (Edward Elgar, 2016). Presenting a critique of conventional methods in comparative law, Günter argues that, for comparative law to qualify as a discipline, comparatists must reflect on how and why they make comparisons. He discusses not only methods and theories, but also the ethical implications and the politics of comparative law in bringing out the different dimensions of the discipline.
Osama Siddique, Managing Director at Law and Policy Research Network in Pakistan and an IGLP Faculty member, has been appointed Henry J. Steiner Visiting Professor in Human Rights at Harvard Law School for the Fall Term 2016.
Zachary D. Kaufmann, former IGLP Visiting Researcher (2013-14), has published United States Law and Policy on Transitional Justice: Principles, Politics, and Pragmatics (Oxford University Press, 2016). In this book, he explores the U.S. government’s support for, or opposition to, certain transitional justice institutions.
Mohammad Shahabuddin, IGLP Faculty member and lecturer in law at Keele University, has published Ethnicity and International Law Histories, Politics and Practices (Cambridge University Press, 2016), a historical account of the impact of ethnicity on the making of international law.
John Windie Ansah, Lecturer at the University of Cape Coast and IGLP Faculty Member, has published "Ghana's Public-Private Partnership: Standards and Waves of Elitism” in the International Journal of African and Legal Studies, offering an analysis of Ghana’s Public-Private Partnership regime.
Call For Submissions: The organizers of the conference "Legacies of the Tricontinental: Imperialism, Resistance, Law" at the University of Coimbra, Portugal from September 22-24 are accepting submissions until May 16.

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