Readership: Scholars and students of the history of international law, legal theory, migration law, and international relations
Umut Özsu, Assistant Professor of Law, University of Manitoba
Umut Özsu is an Assistant Professor of Law at the University of Manitoba. His research interests lie principally in public international law, the history and theory of international law, and socio-legal studies.
1: The Ottoman Empire and the International Law of Minority Protection, 1815-1923
2: Early Experiments in Population Transfer, 1913-9
3: 'A Subject Which Excites the Deepest Interest Throughout the Civilised World': Legal Diplomacy at the Conference of Lausanne
4: Humanitarianism, the World Court, and the Relation between Domestic and International Law