Wednesday, April 12, 2017

New Issue: International Criminal Law Review

The latest issue of the International Criminal Law Review (Vol. 17, no. 2, 2017) is out. Contents include:
  • Special Issue: Embracing Interdisciplinarity
    • Michelle Leanne Burgis-Kasthala, Introduction: How Should We Study International Criminal Law? Reflections on the Potentialities and Pitfalls of Interdisciplinary Scholarship
    • Mikkel Jarle Christensen, Preaching, Practicing and Publishing International Criminal Justice: Academic Expertise and the Development of an International Field of Law
    • Immi Tallgren, Come and See? The Power of Images and International Criminal Justice
    • Sara Dezalay, Weakness as Routine in the Operations of the Intentional Criminal Court
    • Peerce McManus, Enemy of Mankind or Just No Powerful Friends Left? Insights from International Relations about the Efficacy of the ICC
    • Rosemary Grey, Interpreting International Crimes from a ‘Female Perspective’: Opportunities and Challenges for the International Criminal Court
    • Christoph Sperfeldt, Rome’s Legacy: Negotiating the Reparations Mandate of the International Criminal Court
    • Cynthia Banham, Alternative Sites of Accountability for Torture: The Publication of War on Terror Books as ‘Memory-Justice’
    • Michelle Jarvis, The Practice of International Criminal Law. Some Reflections from an ICTY Prosecutor