Shahd Hammouri examines the cyclical interrelations of micro-fascisms through the lens of a classroom discussion on war economies, and an iconic piece of Egyptian cinema.
Sujith Xavier & Ntina Tzouvala introduce our series of reflections on ‘Teaching International Law: Between Critique and the Canon’.
Renisa Mawani & Sebastian Prange reflect on teaching an aqueous history of international law.
Mark Fathi Massoud reflects on an interdisciplinary approach to teaching international law: expose students to diverse theories in the field, encourage them to persuade, and create space for them to engage.
Srinivas Burra reflects on teaching critical international law in a Third World classroom.
Ata R. Hindi reflects on teaching international law in Palestine, to Palestinians.