International Law Textbooks - a Brazilian perspective

Luiza Pereira

LAW Bartolome House

The project, run in partnership with Prof. Fabio Costa Morosini (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil), uses empirical methods to map out the state of the art of Brazil's international law textbooks. The analysis, led by us and undertaken with the help of 15 undergraduate and postgraduate student members of the study group 'Law, Globalization and Development' (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil), straddles the sub-fields of comparative international law, international law and knowledge production, decolonial approaches to international law, and Third World Approaches to International Law. 


REDIAL Project (Rethinking Teaching International Law in Latin America) conference, Bogotá, Colombia (2019)


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