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The new histories of international criminal law : Retrials / edited by Immi Tallgren and Thomas Skouteris.

Contributor(s): Tallgren, Immi [editor.] | Skouteris, Thomas [editor.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: History and theory of international law.Publisher: Oxford, United Kingdom : Oxford University Press, 2019Description: xii, 263 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780198829638.Subject(s): International criminal law -- History | International criminal law -- HistoriographyDDC classification: 345.009 TAL
Contents:
Foreword / Martti Koskenniemi -- Unprecedents / Gerry Simpson -- Founding moments and founding fathers : shaping publics through the sentimentalization of history narratives / Kamari Maxine Clarke -- From the sentimental story of the state to the Verbrecherstaat, or, The rise of the atrocity paradigm / Lawrence Douglas -- International criminal justice history writing as anachronism : the past that did not lead to the present / Frédéric Mégret -- Redeeming rape : Berlin 1945 and the making of modern international criminal law / Heidi Matthews -- "Voglio una donna!' : on rewriting the history of international criminal justice with the help of women who perpetrated international crimes / Immi Tallgren -- Writing more inclusive histories of international criminal law : lessons from the slave trade and slavery / Emily Haslam -- The 'Africa Blue Books' at Versailles : the First World War, narrative, and unthinkable histories of international criminal law / Christopher Gevers -- Crimes against humanity : racialized subjects and deracialized histories / Vasuki Nesiah -- Nazi atrocities, international criminal law, and Soviet war crimes trials : the Soviet Union and the global moment of Post-Second World War justice / Franziska Exeler -- Theodor Meron and the humanization of international law / Aleski Peltonen -- Histories of the Jewish 'collaborator' : exile, not guilt / Mark Drumbl.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Foreword / Martti Koskenniemi -- Unprecedents / Gerry Simpson -- Founding moments and founding fathers : shaping publics through the sentimentalization of history narratives / Kamari Maxine Clarke -- From the sentimental story of the state to the Verbrecherstaat, or, The rise of the atrocity paradigm / Lawrence Douglas -- International criminal justice history writing as anachronism : the past that did not lead to the present / Frédéric Mégret -- Redeeming rape : Berlin 1945 and the making of modern international criminal law / Heidi Matthews -- "Voglio una donna!' : on rewriting the history of international criminal justice with the help of women who perpetrated international crimes / Immi Tallgren -- Writing more inclusive histories of international criminal law : lessons from the slave trade and slavery / Emily Haslam -- The 'Africa Blue Books' at Versailles : the First World War, narrative, and unthinkable histories of international criminal law / Christopher Gevers -- Crimes against humanity : racialized subjects and deracialized histories / Vasuki Nesiah -- Nazi atrocities, international criminal law, and Soviet war crimes trials : the Soviet Union and the global moment of Post-Second World War justice / Franziska Exeler -- Theodor Meron and the humanization of international law / Aleski Peltonen -- Histories of the Jewish 'collaborator' : exile, not guilt / Mark Drumbl.

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