International Law & the 'Race-Ed' Colonial Encounter

AM Socy Intl L. Proc, Vol. 91, p. 414, 1997

7 Pages Posted: 16 Jul 2009  

Tayyab Mahmud

Seattle University School of Law - Center for Global Justice

Date Written: 1997

Abstract

This essay argues that Critical Race Theory furnishes a productive framework for the study of international law. The interface of Critical Race Theory and international law brings into sharp relief the foundational role of colonialism in the formation and consolidation of modern international law.

Keywords: international law, colonialism, race, racism, critical race theory

JEL Classification: F00, F02, F01, N00, N4, O11, P16

Suggested Citation

Mahmud, Tayyab, International Law & the 'Race-Ed' Colonial Encounter (1997). AM Socy Intl L. Proc, Vol. 91, p. 414, 1997. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1433564

Tayyab Mahmud (Contact Author)

Seattle University School of Law - Center for Global Justice ( email )

901 12th Avenue, Sullivan Hall
P.O. Box 222000
Seattle, WA n/a 98122-1090
United States

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