Sahib Singh

Helsingin yliopisto | University of Helsinki
Vieraileva tutkija | Visiting Research Fellow
Research interests include international legal theory, philosophy of law, history of international law, critical legal thought, twentieth century existentialist philosophy and the Frankfurt School. My current research focuses on critical international legal thought since the turn of the century. In particular I seek to examine how its moods have shaped the discipline of international law. Important publications: ”The Life of International Law and its Concepts” (2018); ”The Critic(-al Subject)” (2018); ”Narrative and Theory: Formalism’s Recurrent Return” (2015); ”The Potential of International Law: Fragmentation and Ethics” (2011)