Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Festschrift in Honor of Henry J. Richardson III

The latest issue of the Temple International and Comparative Law Journal (Vol. 31, no. 1, Spring 2017) celebrates Henry J. Richardson III. Contents include:
  • Jaya Ramji-Nogales, Introduction to the Festschrift in Honor of Henry J. Richardson III
  • Antony Anghie, Slavery and International Law: The Jurisprudence of Henry Richardson
  • Karen E. Bravo, Interrogating Everyperson’s Roles in Today’s Slaveries
  • Daniel D. Bradlow, Using a Shield as a Sword: Are International Organizations Abusing Their Immunity?
  • Natsu Taylor Saito, All Peoples Have a Right to Self-Determination: Henry J. Richardson III’s Liberatory Perspective on Racial Justice
  • Mary Ellen O’Connell, Ending the Excessive Use of Force At Home and Abroad
  • Jordan J. Paust, R2P and Protective Intervention
  • Maxwell O. Chibundu, International Law and the Legitimation of External Coercive Measures in Aid of Internal Change
  • Bartram S. Brown, The International Criminal Court in Africa: Impartiality, Politics, Complementarity and Brexit
  • Obiora Chinedu Okafor & Uchechukwu Ngwaba, Between Tunnel Vision and a Sliding Scale: Power, Normativity and Justice in the Praxis of the International Criminal Court
  • Ruth Gordon, Development Disrupted: The Global South in the 21st Century
  • Chantal Thomas, International Trade and African Heritage: The Cotton Story
  • Makau Mutua, The Richardson Escuela: Law as Politics
  • Ziyad Motala, International Law and Human Empowerment: Moving Beyond a Paradigm of Subordination
  • Rafael A. Porrata-Doria, Jr., The Lawyer as Historian: Professor Henry Richardson and the Origins of African American Interests in International Law
  • D.A. Jeremy Telman, The African-American Interest in Higher Law in the Supreme Court: Justices Marshall and Thomas
  • Jeremy I. Levitt, Beyond Borders: Martin Luther King, Jr., Africa and Pan Africanism
  • James T. Gathii, Henry J. Richardson III: The Father of Black Traditions of International Law
  • Jeffrey L. Dunoff, Fanfare for the Common Man: An Appreciation of Professor Henry Richardson’s Scholarship
  • Michael P. Van Alstine, Prescience and Insight in International Law Scholarship
  • Kevin Brown, Benefiting from Breaking the Color Barrier: Tribute to Professor Richardson for Being the Pioneer at Indiana University Maurer School of Law
  • Adrien Katherine Wing, Henry J. Richardson III: A Critical Race Man
  • Henry J. Richardson III, Appreciation: Festschrift