Istanbul Vignettes: Observing the Everyday Operation of International Law

London Review of International Law (2014) Vol.2(1), pp. 3-47.

37 Pages Posted: 28 Jan 2014 Last revised: 10 Mar 2014

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Luis Eslava

University of Kent - Kent Law School

Date Written: January 26, 2014

Abstract

Through a series of photographic vignettes of everyday life in Istanbul, this article explores international law beyond the exceptional events and sites often associated with it. The article challenges international law’s enframing as a narrow field of action and instead highlights its expansive role in the constitution of our world. Full final version available at: Oxford Journals website.

Keywords: International Law, Everyday, Prosaic, Methodology, Photography, Ethnograhy, Anthropology of International Law, Istanbul, Turkey

Suggested Citation

Eslava, Luis, Istanbul Vignettes: Observing the Everyday Operation of International Law (January 26, 2014). London Review of International Law (2014) Vol.2(1), pp. 3-47., Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2385658

Luis Eslava (Contact Author)

University of Kent - Kent Law School ( email )

Canterbury, Kent CT2 7NS
United Kingdom

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