International Law and Armed Conflict Book Talk
November 2020 - Check out this conversation and virtual launch recognizing two new, groundbreaking books on international humanitarian law, also known as the laws of war, and armed conflict. Authors Karen Engle, The Grip of Sexual Violence in Conflict, and Pablo Kalmanovitz, The Laws of War in International Thought, share their work and discuss international humanitarian law, the politics of its institutionalization, and the ramifications of its deployment for addressing violence, especially sexual violence, during armed conflict. Vasuki Nesiah, Professor of Law at New York University moderates.
This event was hosted by The University of Minnesota’s Human Rights Center, Department of Political Science, Human Rights Program, and Interdisciplinary Center on Global Change, and the Human Rights Program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Event filmed: November 20, 2020 The recording of this event will be added soon.