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The Politics, Promises and Perils of Interdisciplinarity: The Curious Case of International Law and International Relations
(Keynote), at The Power of Legality: The Practices of International Law and their Politics, European University Institute, Florence, Italy. May, 2013
From Interdisciplinarity to Counterdisciplinarity: Is There Madness in Martti's Method?
, at Engaging the Writings of Martti Koskenniemi Workshop, Temple University Beasley School of Law. April, 2013.
Reversing Field: What Can International Relations Learn from International Law
, at MacMillan International Relations Seminar Series, Yale University. December, 2012.
International Judicial Dissent: Causes and Consequences
, at Conference on Judicial Institutions: Courts in Domestic and International Affairs, Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton University. October, 2012.
Beyond "Beyond Constitutionalism": What does Post-National Law Look Like?
, at American Society of International Law Annual Meeting. March, 2012.
Mapping Regime Interactions: A New Approach
, at Global Governance Speaker Series, Mortara Center, School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University. March, 2012.
See You in Court! Comparing US Approaches to Litigation at the ICJ and the WTO
, at The International Court of Justice: Rethinking the U.S. Relationship, George Washington University Law School. June, 2011.
International Law & International Relations: Taking Stock, Looking Ahead
, at Interdisciplinary Research Group Book Workshop, Temple University Beasley School of Law. April, 2011.
Retheorizing Regime Interaction
, at Law Program Speaker Series, Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania. April, 2011.
Looking beyond Sovereignty
(Keynote), at Sovereignty in Today's World, Michigan State University School of Law. February, 2011.
Reconceptualizing the Architecture of the International Legal Order
, at LAPA 10th Anniversary conference, Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton University. October, 2010.
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