35 min

Law, History and Global Governance (Dr Megan Donaldson‪)‬ Interventions | The Intellectual History Podcast

    • Society & Culture

What is the place of history in the study of law? How do historians of international law conceive of emergent actors on the global stage? To what extent do legal histories shape the expectations and commitments of today’s international institutions? Dr Megan Donaldson, recently appointed to a lectureship in Public International Law at University College London, addresses these questions and shares her experience of a complex intersection between law, legal history and the history of political thought.

#Globalgovernance #legalhistory #internationallaw #deliberativedemocracy #publicity #interwarperiod 

What is the place of history in the study of law? How do historians of international law conceive of emergent actors on the global stage? To what extent do legal histories shape the expectations and commitments of today’s international institutions? Dr Megan Donaldson, recently appointed to a lectureship in Public International Law at University College London, addresses these questions and shares her experience of a complex intersection between law, legal history and the history of political thought.

#Globalgovernance #legalhistory #internationallaw #deliberativedemocracy #publicity #interwarperiod 

35 min

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