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The data provided on this page is therefore indicative and cannot be considered to represent official EIB policy see also the Explanatory notes. Wir verwenden auf unserer Website anonymisierte Cookies, um Ihnen das bestmögliche Nutzererlebnis zu bieten und aggregierte Statistiken zu erstellen. Dabei kommen keine Cookies für Online-Werbung zum Einsatz. The greatly expanded and enhanced 2nd edition of A World History of War Crime s provides an authoritative and accessible introduction to the global history of war crimes and the laws of war.
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Tracing human efforts to limit warfare, from codes of war in antiquity designed to maintain a religiously conceived cosmic order to the gradual use in the modern age of the criminal trial as a means of enforcing universal humanitarian norms, Michael S. Bryant's book is a masterful one-volume account of the subject. List of Illustrations Introduction 1. The Roots of the Law of War in World History 2. The Law of War in Pre-Columbian America 3. The Law of War in Rome, the Islamic World, and the European Middle Ages 4. The Law of War in 18th and 19th Century Europe 6.
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Colonialism and the Law of War: The Western Hemisphere 7. Colonialism and the Law of War: Africa and the Middle East 8. The First World War and the Failure of the Law of War 9. The Second World War and the Triumph of the Law of War The Causes of War Crimes: Theoretical Perspectives Conclusion: The Future of the Law of War Notes Bibliography Index. We received notice from the team of the Iustoria conference at the University of Belgrade that it still possible to send in applications until 15 February The original post and all info about the conference can be found here.
Edward Elgar is publishing a new book on the history of the corporation in the United States. This insightful book traces the evolution of corporate power in the United States, from social control over corporate power under early state laws to the modern liberation of the corporation serving primarily private purposes. It illustrates how the transition of attitudes towards corporations and dynamic changes in public policy have ushered in an age of financial fragility, income inequality and macroeconomic instability.
The book employs an evolutionary methodology to consider the role of the corporation in the US economy, and how that role as a tool for public purposes, defined by special charters, changed with the widening of markets and increasing industrial capacity for mass production. Evaluating the stages of capitalist development, chapters demonstrate how the co-evolution of law, economics and finance altered economic organization, leading to the evolution of core economic concepts such as capital, income and resources.
The book examines the transition of corporate purpose towards generating wealth and enhancing profits in the early twentieth century and analyzes recent trends through illuminating case studies in financialization. It concludes with crucial insights into the future of the corporation, offering potential pathways for economists to intervene and address the systemic problems that are endemic to the modern financial era.
A rousing and provocative call to arms for modern economists, this book is key reading for scholars and researchers of economics, particularly those focusing on the evolution of economic and business institutions and its impact on the social fabric of the US. Practitioners and policy makers will also benefit from its empirical perspectives on financialization.
Glen Atkinson, Foundation Professor Emeritus, University of Nevada, Reno, Nevada, Eric R. Hake, Elias B. Saleeby Professor of Economics, Catawba College, Salisbury, North Carolina and Stephen P. Paschall, Lovett Bookman Harmon Marks LLP and Adjunct Professor of Law, University of Pittsburgh Law School, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, US. Financialization and the corporation in the twenty-first century 2. Capitalist development 3.
Widening of the market and the transition from scarcity to abundance 4. Role of the corporation 5. Failure of federal policy to achieve social control 6. Corporations and finance 7. Case studies in financialization 8. Creating the path forward by social control References List of cases Index.
Brepols is publishing a new book on the role of popes and bishops in the development of the law of the church between and This book considers the role of popes and bishops in the development of the law of the Church between and Although historians have traditionally seen the popes as the driving force behind the legal transformation of the Church in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries, the primary argument of this book is that the functioning of the process of consultation and appeal reveals a different picture: not of a relentless papal machine but of a constant dialogue between diocesan bishops and the papal Curia.
Bishops have always played a central role in the making and enforcement of the law of the Church, and none more so than the bishop of Rome. From convening and presiding over church councils to applying canon law in church courts, popes and bishops have exercised a decisive influence on the history of that law.
This book, a selection of Anne J. Author Anne J. Editor T. Baker D. Phil, Oxford, is a private scholar living in the Diocese of Orange. He is the editor of Law and Society in Later Medieval England and Ireland: Essays in Honour of Paul Brand Routledge, Chapter 1: Jura sua unicuique tribuat: Innocent II and the advance of the learned laws. Chapter 8: Making Law or Not? The Function of Papal Decretals in the Twelfth Century.
Chapter De Consultationibus: the role of episcopal consultation in the shaping of canon law in the twelfth century. Chapter Eystein and the World of the Learned Law: with special reference to the Fragmentum Asloense: Oslo, Riksarkivet, latin fragment , 1—2. More information with the publisher. Email OFFICE Minerva myCourses myMcGill AskMcGill Maps Staff directory. Enter your keywords. ZOOM SEMINAR SERIES: Ius Commune at the Borders. Categories: Comparative Law News. BOOK: Michele ROTUNDA, A Drunkard's Defense - Alcohol, Murder, and Medical Jurisprudence in Nineteenth-Century America Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, ISBN , Source: University of Massachusetts Press University of Massachusetts Press is publishing a new book on attitudes of courts towards drunkenness in 19thcentury America.
ABOUT THE BOOK Is drunkenness a defense for murder? ABOUT THE AUTHOR MICHELE ROTUNDA is assistant professor of history at Union County College. BOOK: Thom GOBBITT Ed. ABOUT THE EDITOR Thom Gobbitt, Ph. Bringing together some of the foremost historians and scholars of international relations working today, this book recovers and analyses the path-breaking work of eighteen leading thinkers of international politics from the early to mid-twentieth century.
Recovering and analyzing this important work, the essays offer revisionist accounts of IR's intellectual and disciplinary history and expand the locations, genres, and practices of international thinking. Systematically structured, and focusing in particular on Black diasporic, Anglo-American, and European historical women, it does more than 'add women' to the existing intellectual and disciplinary histories from which they were erased.
Instead, it raises fundamental questions about which kinds of subjects and what kind of thinking constitutes international thought, opening new vistas to scholars and students of international history and theory, intellectual history and women's and gender studies. On the editors: Patricia Owens, University of Oxford Patricia Owens is Professor of International Relations at the University of Oxford.
Her previous publications include Economy of Force , winner of BISA's Susan Strange Prize, Between War and Politics and co-editor of The Globalization of World Politics She is a former fellow of the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study and Proctor Fellow at Princeton University. Katharina Rietzler, University of Sussex Katharina Rietzler is Lecturer in American History at the University of Sussex.
She is currently completing a book on American philanthropy, International Relations and the problem of the public, — Her work has appeared in journals such as Modern Intellectual History, Diplomatic History and the Journal of Global History. She is a former Mellon Fellow in American History at the University of Cambridge.
On the contributors: Patricia Owens, Katharina Rietzler, Vivian M. May, Kimberley Hutchings, Helen M. Kinsella, Imaobong Umoren, Tamson Pietsch, Lucian Ashworth, Robbie Shilliam, Keisha N. Blain, Geoffrey Field, Glenda Sluga, Catia Confortini, Barbara Savage, Or Rosenboim, Andrew Jewett, Natasha Wheatley. BOOK: Michael D. CALLAHAN, The League of Nations, International Terrorism, and British Foreign Policy, — London: Palgrave, Source: Palgrave ABOUT THE BOOK This book examines the League of Nations, state-supported terrorism, and British foreign policy after the rise of Hitler in the s.
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ABOUT THE BOOK Every student of criminal law knows for a fact that the Poulterers' Case launched modern criminal conspiracy. Dear Juris Diversitas Members and Friends, Some of you are asking whether you need to resubmit your proposal for the Dark Side of the Law conference. There is no need to do so, unless you decide to make a substantial change to your initial proposal. We recommend you verify that your proposal has been accepted and if so you will automatically included in the program.
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Best wishes, Olivier Moreteau, President. Source: PHEDRA We learned of the establishment of the research network PHEDRA, under the leadership of Professor Luisa Brunori. Source: Max Planck Institute for Legal History and Legal Theory The Max Planck Institute for Legal History and Legal Theory has asked input from legal historians for a questionnaire on virtual events in legal history. Dear colleagues, After roughly one year of covid pandemic, working from homeoffice, online team meetings and many other online things have come to shape our academic lives.
We learned of an online symposium on legal histories of empire in March. Timezones: Sydney BOOK: Michael S. BRYANT, A World History of War Crimes - From Antiquity to the Present London: Bloomsbury, Source: Bloomsbury Bloomsbury is publishing a new edition of A World History of War Crimes. ABOUT THE BOOK The greatly expanded and enhanced 2nd edition of A World History of War Crime s provides an authoritative and accessible introduction to the global history of war crimes and the laws of war.
The Causes of War Crimes: Theoretical Perspectives Conclusion: The Future of the Law of War Notes Bibliography Index More info here. Source: Iustoria We received notice from the team of the Iustoria conference at the University of Belgrade that it still possible to send in applications until 15 February General Conference on the Dark Side of the Law: still time to answer the call for papers!
With the General Conference on The Dark Side of the Law La face cach ee du droit to be organized online, Juris Diversitas reopens the call for papers. Panel proposals and interdisciplinary presentations are strongly encouraged, as is the participation of doctoral students and scholars from outside of the discipline of law.
While parallel sessions featuring three presentations of twenty-minute each will be the pattern, more creative arrangements are encouraged. Proposals should be in English or in French. Proposals of circa words or words for panel proposals with three or more speakers should be submitted to Professor Salvatore Mancuso at: smancuso63 yahoo. Make this a single Word document with minimal formatting, so that proposal and biography can be copied easily into the conference program.
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