Department of International and European Law, University of Amsterdam
Ingo is Professor of International Law and Social Justice at the University of Amsterdam and Director of the Amsterdam Center for International Law (ACIL). In the past, he served, inter alia, as Hauser Research Scholar at New York University and Research Fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law in Heidelberg. His work focuses on different dimensions of sustainability as well as the theory and practice of interpretation in international law. His recent attention goes to critical moments in the history of international law and the role of international law in creating the conditions for social (in)justice. His monographs include How Interpretation Makes International Law: On Semantic Change and Normative Twists (2012) and In Whose Name? A Public Law Theory of International Adjudication (together with Armin von Bogdandy, 2014). Recently he edited Contingency in International Law: On the Possibilities of Different Legal Histories (together with Kevin Jon Heller, 2021).
At THE NEW INSTITUTE Ingo is involved in the program "The Future of Democracy".
''Towards a New Enlightenment. The Case for Future - Oriented Humanities'', 2022
"The Law of the Global Economy and the Spectre of Inequality" 9 London Review of International Law, 2021
“Contingency in International Law: On the Possibility of Different Legal Histories”, Oxford University Press, 2021
"Possibilities of the Past? The History of the NIEO and the Travails of Critique", 20 Journal of the History of International Law, 2018
"Cracking the Frame? On the Prospects of Change in a World of Struggle", 27 European Journal of International Law, 2016
Discussion PaperThe Integrative Power of the Humanities
Out of crises comes the new: flood disasters, drought, heat waves, and forest fires, although accompanied by uncertainty, present an opportunity for sustainable change and necessitate the integration of the humanities to create new spaces for thought and action towards a more secure future.
Markus Gabriel | Christoph Horn | Anna Katsman | Corine Pelluchon | Ingo Venzke | Wilhelm Krull | Anna Luisa Lippold |
analysisThe Power of Trust
Ingo Venzke on the World Order
Ingo Venzke | The Human Condition in the 21st Century | Beyond the War |
interviewA Showcase of Hypocrisy
Ingo Venzke on the Crisis of International Law.
Policy BriefCarrots and Sticks
Our fellow Ingo Venzke on an international alliance for transformative and inclusive climate action. A policy brief for G7.