Maïa Pal

Maïa Pal’s institutional profile can be found here
(2019) with Daniel S. Margolies, Umut Özsu, Ntina Tzouvala, Ed., The Extraterritoriality of Law: History, Theory, Politics, Routledge
(2019) ‘Early Modern Extraterritoriality, Diplomacy, and the Transition to Capitalism’ in Margolies DS, Özsu U, Pal M, Tzouvala N (ed.), The Extraterritoriality of Law: History, Theory, Politics, Routledge
(2018) ‘”My capitalism is bigger than yours!” : against combining “how the West came to rule” with “the origins of capitalism”‘ Historical Materialism: Research in Critical Marxist Theory 26 (3) pp.99-124
(2018) with Louiza Odysseos, ‘Towards Critical Pedagogies of the International? Student Resistance, Other-regardedness and Self-formation in the Neoliberal University’ International Studies Perspectives 19 (1) pp.1-26

(2017) ‘Marxism’ in Stephen McGlinchey, Rosie Walters & Christian Scheinpflug (ed.), International Relations Theory, E-International Relations Publishing

(2016). with Kerem Nisancioglu, ‘Counter-Conduct in the University Factory: Locating the Occupy Sussex Campaign’, Global Society, Vol. 30, Issue 2, 2016.

(2016). ‘Introduction to ‘Britain versus France: How Many Sonderwegs?’ by Ellen Meiksins Wood’, Historical Materialism, Vol. 24, issue 1, 2016.

(2015). ‘Old Alliances, New Struggles: The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership’, Radical Philosophy, February-March 2015, pp. 8-12.

(2015). ‘David Harvey et la géographie de l’accumulation capitaliste’, Les Nouveaux Cahiers du Socialisme (Société de développement des périodiques culturels québécois – SODEP), Hiver 2015, Issue 13, pp. 145-151.

(2015). ‘The Past is Dead. Long Live the Past! A Manifesto for (Teaching) Social Change’, E-International Relations, 17 July 2015.

(2015). ‘#BlackLivesMatter: The New Black Liberation Movement’, The Disorder of Things, 13 January 2015.