Professor of Political Science, Northwestern University

(Visiting professor at LIEPP from June 11th to July 5th 2019)

Northwestern University

Bio :

Ian Hurd is Professor of Political Science and Director of the International Studies program at Northwestern University. He has worked for many years at the intersection of international law and international politics with a focus on international organizations and is currently writing a book on the life and times of liberal internationalism. His latest book is How to Do Things With International Law (Princeton University Press, 2017) which traces the idea of the international rule of law in contemporary international politics. His earlier work on the UN Security Council includes the book After Anarchy: Legitimacy and Power in the UN Security Council (Princeton 2007), which won the Myres McDougal Prize of the Policy Sciences Society and the Chadwick Alger Prize of the International Studies Association. His textbook International Organizations: Politics, Law, Practice is in its third edition (Cambridge University Press, 2017). He is co-editor of the Oxford Handbook of International Organizations (Oxford University Press, 2017). He has served chair of the International Organization section of the International Studies Association and been a visiting scholar at the American Bar Foundation, the Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton University, EHESS, WZB-Berlin, Sciences Po, and elsewhere.

Contributions :

Ian Hurd gives a talk on June 17th (joint LIEPP/CSO): The Rule of Law in Global Governance.

LIEPP Publication(s) :

Articles and Contributions to Collective Works

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