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Moot Court Rm 232

La Trobe University, Melbourne Campus

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The last few years have seen a flowering of materially aware philosophies, histories, and theories – a pronounced ‘material turn’ in the humanities and social sciences. As part of a broader project on the objects of international law, I ask here what might be revealed if we understand international law materially? And what might the implications be for international law and our understanding of the work it does in the world?

Jessie Hohmann is Senior Lecturer in Law, Queen Mary, University of London. Her work encompasses international law and human rights, with a particular focus on the ‘objects’ and materiality of international law, the right to housing, and the rights of Indigenous Peoples. She is currently an ISRF Early Career Fellow, working to further an innovative research agenda on international law’s materiality.

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