[Workshop series] Workshop 1: International Law and Political Economy20 January 2021
- Starts at: 11:00h
- Fee: Free
- Venue: Online
- Organiser: T.M.C. Asser Instituut
Important: to enable a productive workshop, registrations will close on 10 January 2021.
On 20 January 2021 (11.00 CET), the Asser Institute will host the first thematic session in the Lecture and Workshop Series on Method, Methodology and Critique in International Law. This session will focus on the ‘turn’ to political economy in international law and the promise of this approach from the perspective of methodology and critique. Interested researchers can join the conversation, by registering here or by clicking the red ‘register’ button above. Exceptionally, the event will take place at 11.00 CET to facilitate our speaker from Australia.
- Ntina Tzouvala (Australian National University)
- John Haskell (University of Manchester)
About the Asser workshop series on ‘Method, methodology and critique in international law’
This Asser lecture and workshop series explores various new ways of ‘doing’ international legal scholarship. This includes a focus on the opportunities, pitfalls and politics of varying methodological approaches, their embedded epistemological, sociological or philosophical commitments as well as the particular technical crafts they demand.
Researchers participating in the workshops will not only gain a better grasp of how to position themselves in an increasingly complex methodological landscape. They will also enhance their understanding of what is at stake in the various ‘turns’ that are continuously performed in international law (such as the ‘turn’ to practice, history, discourse, political economy, critical sociology, materiality, geography or aesthetics to name but a few).
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Programme 2020 – 2021
This series will consist of a dozen lecture and workshops spread over the next year (December 2020 – December 2021).
Please click here for the full programme, including dates, speakers and topics.