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ACADEMIC PRESENTATIONS

ORGANIZATION OF INTERNATIONAL ACADEMIC CONFERENCES

 

1. (With Viñuales, J. E) Experiments in International Adjudication – Lauterpacht Center for International Law, University of Cambridge (15th September 2017) (With Viñuales, J. E)

2. Research Workshops of the interest group on the History of International Law (IGHIL) of the European Society of International Law.

3. ESIL 13th Annual Conference, University of Naples: IGHIL Workshop ‘Evaluating the Historical Turn in International Law' 8-10 September 2017.

4. ESIL Research Forum, University of Granada:  Workshop "Neutrality in the History of International Law - Myths and Evolving Realities" 30th-31st March 2017.

5. ESIL 12th Annual Conference, University of Riga: IGHIL Workshop: "Writing Crisis in the History of International Law" September 2016.

6. ESIL Research Forum, University of Istanbul: IGHIL Workshop: ‘Beyond the Western Paradigm? - Towards a Global History of International Law" April 2016.

7. ESIL 11th Annual Conference, University of Oslo.  IGHIL Workshop: "Dreaming of the International Rule of Law – A History of International Courts and Tribunals" September 2015.

8. Interdisciplinary Perspectives on the Islamic history of International Law and the Intercultural Origins of the Law of Nations (Brunel University, 28th Feb. 2014).

9. (With Gamarra, Y.) Zaragoza, May 2012 “Quo va” la política exterior española? Historia, Derecho y Gobernanza Global Europea en la Era Post-Lisboa”, Institución Fernando el Catolico, (May, 2013).

10. (With Gamarra, Y.)Derecho Internacional, Religión e Imperio (University of Zaragoza, Oct. 2012).

11. (With José María Beneyto y Justo Corti)  Institute of European Studies, University San Pablo CEU “Workshop on New Approaches to International Law  in Europe”, Madrid, 11th December 2010.

 

INVITED LECTURES, KEYNOTES AND CONFERENCE PAPERS

1. University of Manchester, ‘New Historiographical Perspectives in International Law’. Manchester International Law Centre, 5th March 2018.

2. Brunel University London, ‘Looking Forward through the Past to the World Court of Human Rights, 1948-2018’, 26th February 2018.

3. University San Pablo CEU, Madrid ‘Francisco de Vitoria at the Origins of Modernity’, 19th February 2018.

4. University of Tilburg ‘In the Shadow of Vitoria – A History of International Law in Spain’ 13th February 2018.

5. University of Hamburg, “Keynote: In the Shadow of Vitoria in Spain and Latin America’ in Conference on Latin-America and International Law, 8th-10th February 2018.

6. Hainan College of Software Technology,China, ‘Remarks on the Internationalization of Higher Education’, 5th January 2018.

7. Hainan College of Business and Economics, China, ‘Brexit and the Independence Referendum in Catalonia – Two Sides of the Same Coin?’, 22nd December 2017.

8. The University of Cambridge, Lauterpacht Research Centre for International Law, "The Turn to the History of International Adjudication”, 15th September 2017. 

9. Max Planck Institute of Procedural Law, Luxembourg “An International Terrorist Court in the Age of International Adjudication” 8th June 2017.

10. University Pablo de Olavide de Sevilla ‘An International Terrorism Court in nuce in the Age of International Adjudication’, 3rd of March 2017.

11. The Erik Castren Institute of International Law and Human Rights, Helsinki “International Criminal Justice as Universal Social Defense, Quintiliano Saldana, 1878-1938” (14th December 2016).

12. The Max Planck Institute for European and International Procedural Law, Luxembourg, ‘The Elusive Turn to the History of International Adjudication’ (November, 23-26th 2016).

13. Brunel Law School, ‘Isis and Its Implications for International Law, ‘A Global Anti-Terrorist Court in the Age of International Adjudication?’ Sept. 2016.

14. European Society of International Law, 11th Annual Conference, Riga, ‘Playing Hide and Seek with ‘Vergangenheit, die nicht vergehen will’ (‘a Past that will not Pass’) in Spain’ (6th-9th September, 2016).

15. Durham Law School, Global Law in Comparative Perspective “Comparative International Law in Historical Perspective” (12th July 2016).

16. The Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva - International Forum - ‘The Shifting Origins of International Law' (April 2016).

17. Law School of Universidad Carlos III of Madrid, 10th March 2015 – Underwater Cultural Protection – The Case of Spain - 10th March 2015.

18. Law School of University Autonoma of Madrid, 12th February 2015 – ‘Beyond the Spanish Classics – the Ephemeral Awakening of the History of International Law in Pre-Democratic Spain’ - 18th February 2015.

19. Toledo Law School, Universidad of Castilla La Mancha, ‘A New History of International Law?‘ 15th December 2014.

20. Seville University Pablo de Olavide - “Las puertas del campo – aislacionismo juridico e interpretacion constitucional en la presidencia Obama” – 26th September 2014.

21. Institute René Cassin for Human Rights (Aix-en-Provence, France) – Critical Approaches to International Human Rights, June 2014  ‘Interdisciplinarity and International Human Rights Law’ (12th-13th June 2014).

22. S. J. Quinney School of Law and the American Society of International Law – The Histories of International Law – ‘ New Histories of International Law’ Salt Lake-City (26th to 30th May 2014).

23. University of Salento (Lecce, Italy) – International Law in Spain under Fascism – 17th-18th March 2014.

24. Institución Fernando el Catolico, Zaragoza – “La sombra ambivalente del auge pre-wilsoniano del derecho internacional “- El Derecho Internacional ante la Primera Guerra Mundial’ 25TH September 2014.

25. University of Granada, School of Law of Granada (Spain) Humanitarian Intervention in International Law – Contemporary Aspects – 12th December 2013.

26. European University Institute, Florence 7th Max Weber Annual Conference, (Max Weber Observatory – Academic Careers) ‘Remarks’ (12-14th June 2013).

27. Harvard Law School, Conference: New Directions in Global Thought: IGLP at Five at Harvard Law School, Host Panel “Between the Scylla of Global Law and the Caribdis of Global History” 3th-5th June 2013.

28. Parliament of Aragón. Zaragoza, May 2012 “Historia, Derecho, Economía y Gobernanza Global Europea en la Era Post-Lisboa”, “Espana ante el Derecho Global’ Institucion Fernando el Catolico, 2012.

29. Paraninfo Universidad of Zaragoza, Derecho Internacional, Religion, Imperio’ ‘La mimesis fascista del derecho internacional en Espana’ (December, 2012).

30. University of Zaragoza, IV Foro Internacional de la Institución Fernando El Católico, “Entre África y América: Un siglo de encuentros y desencuentros de España con Europa” 9’ ‘El giro historiographico en derecho internacional ‘ 15th and 16th December, 2011.

31. University de Zaragoza, Guest-lecturer, “El Derecho  internacional  ante Sortu / Bildu (grupo de innovación docente DADE) 15th Nov 2011.

32. University de Zaragoza, Visiting professor “La dimension de la seguridad y defensa globales en la gobernanza global”  Masters sobre Seguridad y defensa globales, 16th Nov., 2011.

33. The Erik Castren Institute of International Law and Human Rights, Helsinki. Workshop "International Law and Empire",. Presentation: "Our Unity of Destiny in the Universal: International Lawyers and the Spanish Fascist Mimesis" 4-6 October 2011.

34. Real Colegio Complutense in Harvard. Book Presentation of Los Derechos de la Primavera with David Kennedy and Duncan Kennedy, 29th March 2011.

35. Institute of European Studies, University San Pablo CEU, Convener and participant at the “Workshop on New Approaches to International Law in Europe”, “ Notes for the History of New Approaches to International Law’ Madrid, 11th December 2010.

36. University of Zaragoza, III Foro Internacional de la Institución Fernando El Católico, Nacionalismos, Civilizaciones y Derecho internacional, . Conference: “La alianza del Derecho internacional entre Escila y Caribdis (o de la brevísima historia de un anacronismo jurídico”) 8th and 9th December, 2010.

37. The Watson Institute for International Studies, Global Governance, Law and Social Thought, Writer’s workshop Presentation of "The Zero Years of Spanish International Law, 1939-1953, 21 October 2010.

38. Royal Complutense College in Harvard, The Zero Years of Spanish International Law, 1939-1953, 18th March 2010.

39. Toronto Law School & Osgoode Law School, Panelist at the 3rd Annual Graduate Student Conference of the Toronto Group for the Study of International, Transnational, and Comparative Law, “The Zero Years of Spanish International Law, 1939-1953. 29th & 30th January 2010.

40. School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, Panelist Third Annual Post-Graduate Colloquium On International Law, “The Zero Years of Spanish International Law, 1939-1953’16&17th January 2010.

41. Universidad de Zaragoza, II Foro Internacional de la Institución Fernando El Católico, Panel Chair and co-ordinator in Las Repúblicas Latinoamericanas en sus centenarios (Crisis Globales, Gobernabilidad y Derecho Internacional) , 14th & 15 December, 2009.

42. The University of Paris, 1 (Pantheon-Sorbonne) .Evaluating Critical Approaches to International Law Workshop. Participant at Critical Approaches and the Third World. 11 & 12 December 2009.

43. The Watson Institute for International Studies, Beyond Good Governance, Rethinking Civil Society, Human Rights and Democracy Promotion,  Paper presented: Looking Through the Commonplace: Democracy in international Law (and Its Critics) 14-16th May 2009.

44. The Watson Institute for International Studies Faculty Workshop, Brown University, Paper presented “At The King Agramant’s Camp – Old Debates, New Constitutional Times”. 12th March 2009

45. Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva, Doctoral Research Seminar in International Law,  (GIIDS/IUHEID) Paper presented "At The King Agramant's Camp – Old Debates, New Constitutional Times". 4th December 2008.

46. Faculty of Law, Business & Social Sciences, University of Glasgow.  Critical Legal Conference “Critical Legal Strategies”, Paper presented “The Democratic Principle in International Law and its Critics” 5th-7th Paper presented: "The Democratic Principle in International Law and Its Critics", September 2008.

47. King’s College, London, 2nd Annual International Graduate Legal Research Conference  at paper presented: "The Democratic Principle in International Law and Its Critics." June 9th & 10, 2008.

48. Facultad de Derecho Universidad de Sevilla, “El pensamiento jurídico de David Kennedy” Roundtable presentation of David Kennedy’s El lado oscuro de la virtud, 3rd October, 2007.

49. Faculty of Law of Budapest University, International Legal Theory Workshop at the 2nd Research Forum of the European Society of International Law: ‘The Power of International Law in Times of European Integration’,  Paper presented: “Divide et Impera, 28-29 September 2007.

50. Faculty of Political Science, Torino University. European Consortium for Political Research. 6th Pan-European Conference on International Relations.  Chair and panellist in (3-6) "Order vs Justice: The Rule of Law under Security: Democratic Legitimacy Upheld? On the Politicisation of the Law and the Legalisation of International Politics" Standing Group on International Relations in Europe. Torino. Paper presented: "An inquiry into contemporary international legal democratization". 12-15, September 2007.

51. ATINER in Athens, Greece. 5th International Conference on Politics and International Affairs held in Athens,. Paper presented: “Kant as the Cold War Prophet? Remarks on the Evolving Path of the Right to Democratic  Governance”. June 25-26, 2007.

52. Harvard Law School, “Global Law in Comparative Perspective: Latin America and Beyond: A Workshop at Harvard Law School, June 16 & 17, 2007 (ELRC, David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies & RCC in Harvard). Participant at Roundtable 6 “Comparing Globalizations Today”. Short presentation of: “Some Disparate Thoughts on the Possibility of the “Inverted Globalization” of International Law, June 16 & 17, 2007.

53. Real Colegio Complutense in Harvard, Conference “On the Democratic Principle in International Law and the neoconservative-interregnum”, 24th May 2007.

54. Real Colegio Complutense in Harvard, “Reconstructing David Kennedy into Spanish: A Prologue to an Endless Journey” pp.1-8.  Opening Adress to David Kennedy’s talk on El lado oscuro de la virtud, Ed. Almuzara, 2007. ,10th April 2007

55. Hampden-Sydney College, Virginia (USA) Panel 20 “Promoting Democratic Governance” in the Global Democracy Conference: "America and the World: Sustaining Democracy in the Global Age” (Paper Presented:."An Inquiry into the Influence of the Liberal Peace and the Right to Democratic Governance in International Law",  January 2007.

56. I Pantheon-Sorbonne, Paris, Panelist in Agora of Human Rights at the Biannual conference of the European Society of International Lawhttp://www.esil-sedi.eu presentation: "The Boy Who Cried: Wolf! The Dimensions of Emergence of the Right to Democratic Governance and the Fundamentals of International Law: An Introductory Overview".  May 2006.