Unpacking Transitional Justice: International Law, Memory, Power Seminar Series
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The Amsterdam Center for International Law (ACIL) at the University of Amsterdam, and Melbourne Law School’s Institute for International Law and the Humanities (IILAH) are pleased to announce a new seminar series entitled ‘Unpacking Transitional Justice: International Law, Memory, and Power’ convened by Dr Eliana Cusato and Valeria Vázquez Guevara.
The aim of the Series is to bring together scholars from around the world employing interdisciplinary and critical approaches to the study of transitional justice and international law, broadly understood. The relationship between international law and societies ‘in transition’ has been subject to increased scholarly interest over the past years. By exploring how international law, memory, and power interact in current responses to the violence of the ‘past’, the Series intends to push the conversation forward, as well as build new research networks and opportunities for collaboration.
The Seminar Series will be held online via Zoom. We ask that your register for each session by clicking on the title below. Zoom links and details will be posted in reply email to registrants. We also plan on posting event reminders closer to each event. If you have any questions about registering, please email email@example.com.
Wednesday, 24 March 2021, 9-10am CET (Amsterdam) / 7-8pm AEDT (Melbourne)
Introduction to Series, with opening by Professor Sundhya Pahuja (IILAH Director, MLS)
Speakers: Dr Eliana Cusato (ACIL/UvA) and Valeria Vázquez Guevara (IILAH/MLS)
Wednesday, 16 June 2021, 11am-12pm CEST (Amsterdam) / 7pm-8pm AEST (Melbourne)
Speakers: Associate Professor Oishik Sircar (Jindal), Associate Professor Sara Kendall (Kent) and Christopher Gevers (University of KwaZulu-Natal).
This event is a collaboration between the Institute for International Law and the Amsterdam Center for International Law.