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ANZSIL Seminar: New Books Panel

  • 27 Jul 2021
  • 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
  • virtual

The New Books Panel features eight authors whose books are described in the attached.  The format will include short descriptions of each book, followed by a curated conversation constructed around questions sent to the authors in advance. These questions will include:

  • What was the original motivation for this project? How did the focus of the project change over time?
  • What proved to be the major challenges in bringing the project to completion as a book?
  • Taking a retrospective view, what is most important intervention the book makes? Was this the intervention you understood yourself to be making when undertaking the research?
  • Which audience / audiences would you most like to engage with this research? Has it been received by an audience or in a way that you didn’t anticipate?
  • What subsequent questions did this research lead you toward? How does your current research pick up or depart from the conclusions reached in the book?

The selected books comprise: Treasa Dunworth, Humanitarian Disarmament: An Historical Enquiry (CUP, 2019); Alison Duxbury and Hsien-Li Tan, Can ASEAN Take Human Rights Seriously? (CUP, 2019); Lucas Lixinski, International Heritage Law for Communities: Exclusion and Re-Imagination (OUP, 2019); Simon McKenzie, Disputed Territories and International Criminal Law (Routledge, 2019); Tamsin Phillipa Paige, Petulant and Contrary: Approaches by the Permanent Five Members of the UN Security Council to the Concept of ‘Threat To The Peace’ under Article 39 of the UN Charter (Brill/Nijhoff, 2019); Cait Storr, International Status in the Shadow of Empire: Nauru and the Histories of International Law (CUP, 2020) and  Ntina Tzouvala, Capitalism As Civilisation: A History of International Law (CUP, 2020).

ANZSIL members and ANZSIL 2021 conference delegates have been sent the zoom link and password in an email.  If you are not an ANZSIL member and did not attend the conference, please email anzsil@anu.edu.au.  


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