Matt Craven

Matthew Craven is former Dean of the Faculty of Law and Social Sciences and Professor of International Law at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London. He is a member of Matrix Chambers, founding editor of the London Review of International Law and Director of the Centre for the Study of Colonialism, Empire and International Law.

His current research interests lie in the field of international legal history and legal theory focusing, in particular, upon the Cold War. He is author/editor of a number of books including The Decolonisation of International Law (2007), Time, History and International Law (2007),Interrogating the Treaty (2005) and the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (1995). He has published articles on a wide range of topics including statehood and self-determination, the law of treaties and human rights.

School of Law

Undergraduate Exam Board – Chair

Centre for the study of Colonialism, Empire and International Law

Director, Centre for the study of Colonialism, Empire and International Law

Centre for Ottoman Studies

SURSA

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Authored Books

Craven, Matthew (2007) The Decolonization of International Law: State Succession and the Law of Treaties. Oxford: Oxford University Press. (Oxford Monographs in International Law)

Craven, Matthew (1995) The International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights: A Perspective on its Development. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Edited Books or Journal Volumes

Craven, Matthew and Fitzmaurice, Malgosia and Vogiatzi, Maria, eds. (2007) Time, History and International Law. Leiden; Boston: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers. (Developments in International Law; 58)

Craven, Matthew and Fitzmaurice, M., eds. (2005) Interrogating the treaty: essays in the contemporary law of treaties. The Netherlands: Wolf Legal Publishers.

Book Chapters

Craven, Matthew (2016) ‘Theorising the Turn to History in International Law.’ In: Orford, Anne andHoffman, Florian, (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of the Theory of International Law. Oxford University Press. (Oxford Handbooks)

Craven, Matthew (2016) ‘The Ends of Consent.’ In: Conceptual and Contextual Perspectives on the Modern Law of Treaties. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (Forthcoming)

Craven, Matthew (2012) ‘The Invention of a Tradition: Westlake, The Berlin Conference and the Historicisation of International Law.’ In: Vec, M. and Nuzzo, L., (eds.), Constructing International Law: The Birth of a Discipline. Frankfurt am Main: Klosterman, pp. 363-403.

Craven, Matthew (2012) ‘Colonialism and Domination.’ In: Fassbender, Bardo and Peters, Anne, (eds.),Oxford Handbook of the History of International Law. Oxford University Press, pp. 862-889.

Craven, Matt (2010) ‘Statehood, Self-Determination and Recognition.’ In: Evans, Malcolm D., (ed.),International Law. (3rd ed.). Oxford University Press, pp. 203-251.

Craven, Matthew (2007) ‘The Violence of Dispossession: Extraterritoriality and Economic, Social and Cultural Rights.’ In: Baderin, Mashood and McCorquodale, Robert, (eds.), Economic, Social and Cultural Rights in Action. Oxford University Press, pp. 71-88. (In Press)

Craven, Matthew (2006) ‘Some Thoughts on the Emergent Right to Water.’ In: Riedel, Eibe and Rothen, Peter, (eds.), The Human Right to Water. Berliner Wissenschafts-Verlag.

Craven, Matthew (2005) ‘Unity, Diversity and the Fragmentation of International Law.’ In: Klabbers, J.and Tuori, T., (eds.), Finnish Yearbook of International Law, Volume 14 (2003). Brill, pp. 3-34.

Craven, Matthew (2005) ‘What Happened to Unequal Treaties? The Continuities of Informal Empire.’ In:Craven, M. and Fitzmaurice, M., (eds.), Interrogating the Treaty. Essays in the Contemporary Law of Treaties. Wolf Legal Publishers, pp. 43-80.

Craven, Matthew (2004) ‘For the ‘Common Good’: Rights and Interests in the Law of State Responsibility.’ In: Fitzmaurice, M. and Sarooshi, D., (eds.), Issues of State Responsibility before International Judicial Institutions. Hart Publishing, pp. 105-127.

Craven, Matthew (1998) ‘The Protection of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights under the Inter-American System of Human Rights.’ In: D, eds, (ed.), The Inter-American System of Human Rights.Oxford University Press, pp. 289-321.

Journal Articles

Craven, Matthew (2015) ‘Between Law and History: the Berlin Conference of 1884-85 and the Logic of Free Trade.’ London Review of International Law, 3 (1). pp. 31-59.

Craven, Matt (2012) ‘On Foucault and Wolff or from Law to Political Economy.’ Leiden Journal of International Law, 25. pp. 627-645.

Craven, Matthew (2005) ‘What Happened to Unequal Treaties? The Continuities of Informal Empire.’Nordic Journal of International Law, 74. pp. 335-382.

Craven, Matthew and Marks, Susan and Simpson, Gerry and Wilde, Ralph (2004) ”We are Teachers of International Law’.’ Leiden Journal of International Law, 17. pp. 363-374.

Craven, Matthew (2002) ‘Humanitarianism and the Quest for Smarter Sanctions.’ European Journal of International Law, vol. 1. pp. 43-61.

Craven, Matthew (2002) ‘The Bosnia Case Revisited and the New Yugoslavia.’ Leiden Journal of International Law, 15. pp. 323-343.

Craven, Matthew (2000) ‘Legal Differentiation and the Concept of the Human Rights Treaty in International Law.’ European Journal of International Law, 11 (3). pp. 489-519.

Craven, Matthew (1998) ‘The Problem of State Succession and the Identity of States under International Law.’ European Journal of International Law, 9. pp. 142-162.

Craven, Matthew (1997) ‘The Genocide Case, the Law of Treaties and State Succession.’ British Yearbook of International Law, 68. pp. 127-163.

Craven, Matthew (1996) ‘The European Community Arbitration Commission on Yugoslavia.’ British Yearbook of International Law, 66. pp. 333-413.

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