Wheatley's Article Wins Surrency Prize
Natasha Wheatley's article "Spectral Legal Personality in Interwar International Law: On New Ways of Not Being a State" won the 2018 Surrency Prize from the American Society for Legal History. It is awarded annually for the best article published in Law and History Review.
In the Surrency Prize Committee citation, they note the article is both "theoretically sophisticated and methodologically innovative" as well as "striking[ly]" written.
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