Author Archives: Mira L. Siegelberg

About Mira L. Siegelberg

is the Perkins-Cotsen Postdoctoral Fellow in the Princeton Society of Fellows and a lecturer in the Council of the Humanities and History. Her first book on the international and intellectual history of the concept of statelessness since the nineteenth century, which will be published by Harvard University Press, examines the origins of this international legal category and its impact on international law, sovereignty, and global order to the present day.

Neither Right nor Left: Interwar Internationalism between Justice and Order

The Birth of the New Justice: The Internationalization of Crime and Punishment, 1919–1950 Mark Lewis Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014. xii + 346 pp. The Great War and the Origins of Humanitarianism, 1918–1924 Bruno Cabanes Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014. vii + 360 pp. The Emergence of International Society in the 1920s Daniel Gorman Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012. xii + 377 pp. Toward the very end of The Division of Labor, his 1897 masterpiece on the modern form of social solidarity produced by industrial modernity, Continue reading → Continue reading →