- Ignacio de la Rasilla, Islam and the Global Turn in the History of International Law
- Ignacio de la Rasilla, The Protean Historical Mirror of International Law
- Michelle Burgis-Kasthala, How Should International Lawyers Study Islamic Law and Its Contribution to International Law?
- Ayesha Shahid, An Exploration of the ‘Global’ History of International Law: Some Perspectives from within the Islamic Legal Traditions
- John D. Haskell, Subjectivity and Structures: The Challenges of Methodology in the Study of the History of International Law and Religion
- Robert Kolb, The Basis of Obligation in Treaties of Ancient Cultures – Pactum Est Servandum?
- Jean Allain, Khadduri as Gatekeeper of the Islamic Law of Nations?
- Ignacio Forcada Barona, In Search of the Lost Influence: Islamic Thinkers and the Spanish Origins of International Law
- Pierre-Alexandre Cardinal & Frédéric Mégret, The Other ‘Other’: Moors, International Law and the Origin of the Colonial Matrix
- Luigi Nuzzo, Law, Religion and Power: Texts and Discourse of Conquest
- Ilias Bantekas, Land Rights in Nineteenth-Century Ottoman State Succession Treaties
- Haniff Ahamat & Nizamuddin Alias, The Evolution of the Personality of the Malay Sultanate States
- Matthias Vanhullebusch, On the Abodes of War and Peace in the Islamic Law of War: Fact or Fiction?
- Mohamed Badar, Ahmed Al-Dawoody & Noelle Higgins, The Origins and Evolution of Islamic Law of Rebellion: Its Significance to the Current International Humanitarian Law Discourse
Thursday, December 13, 2018
de la Rasilla del Moral & Shahid: International Law and Islam: Historical Explorations
International Law and Islam: Historical Explorations (Brill | Nijhoff 2019). Contents include: