Mark the Territory, Make the World: Notes on Law and Territoriality

As a means of imposing order on the world, international law becomes evermore detailed in content while remaining vague in its foundations. Defining the content of law is one thing. Indeed, it’s the thing most people now think of as law. But attaching that law to the material world of bodies and things is quite another.

 

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Cait Storr is Research Fellow with the Institute of International Law and the Humanities at Melbourne Law School. Working at the intersection of law, history and politics, her current research deals with tensions between the law of private property and the law of territory in postcolonial states.   

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