22 Jan Events and Announcements: 22 January 2023
Calls for Papers
Call for Papers and Book Reviews for the Irish Yearbook of International Law: An annual, peer reviewed publication, the Irish Yearbook of International Law, is committed to the publication of articles of general interest in international law as well as articles that have a particular connection to, or relevance for, Ireland. The Yearbook is edited by Richard Collins (QUB), James Gallen (DCU), and Bríd Ní Ghráinne (Maynooth University), is published by Hart-Bloomsbury and is also available on HEIN Online. The Editors are currently welcoming book review proposals and paper submissions pertaining to any area of international law. The IYBIL Student Prize will be awarded to the best paper submission written by an individual enrolled in a degree programme at the time of submission. Papers are due on 31 March and review proposals are due by 21 February. For more information, click here.
Call for Submissions for the Canadian Yearbook of International Law: The Canadian Yearbook of International Law, Canada’s leading peer-reviewed international legal journal, invites submissions of articles, notes and comments, in English or in French, that advance critical thinking in all areas of public or private international law. Submissions for each annual volume are encouraged by 31 January (although submissions may be considered at any time as the Yearbook has a rolling acceptance policy and publishes online throughout the year until each annual volume is filled). Detailed submission instructions are available here.
Calls for Applications
Junior Fellowships at LMU: The newly established Centre for Advanced Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences (Kolleg-Forschungsgruppe, KFG) ‘Universalism and Particularism in European Contemporary History’ at Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich (LMU) is seeking to appoint Junior Fellows with a research topic focusing on economy or human rights or religion/secularity in contemporary European history. Applications with other research topics, connected to the overall agenda of the KFG, are welcome. Future Calls for Junior Fellowships will be following every term. The Centre is seeking two Junior Fellows for the summer term (April – September 2023), with a preferred starting date on 1 April or 1 May 2023, and two Junior Fellows for the winter term (October 2023 – March 2024), with a preferred starting date on 1 October 2023. For more information, click here.
Book Launch: Internally Displaced Persons and International Refugee Law: Maynooth University is delighted to launch Internally Displaced Persons and International Refugee Law (OUP 2022) by Dr Bríd Ní Ghráinne, Associate Professor at the School of Law and Criminology. The event will take place at 16:30 (in person) on Thursday 2 February in Renehan Hall, St. Patrick’s College, Maynooth University. The launch is organised as part of the Maynooth LawCrim Research Seminars Series.
Dr Ní Ghráinne will give a brief introduction to the book, followed by comments from Dr Ciara Smyth (Irish Centre for Human Rights) and Dr Beatriz Eugenia Sánchez-Mojica (IE University Madrid). The event will be moderated by Dr Fergus Ryan (Maynooth University). The launch will be followed by a drinks reception. More details about the event as well as registration are available here.
CEILA Annual Lecture 2022-23 with Professor Martti Koskenniemi: The Queen Mary Centre for European and International Legal Affairs is running a collaborative event with The Sheffield Centre for European and International Law on 8 February at 17:00 GMT. Professor Martti Koskenniemi (University of Helsinki) will present his latest book, To the Uttermost Parts of the Earth, which shows the vital role played by legal imagination in the formation of the international order during 1300–1870. The event page and registration details can be found here.