PROJECT PUBLICATIONS

Climate Law from the Interstices and the Spatial Dimensions of TWAIL

Amanda Byer, 'Climate Law from the Interstices: Caribbean SIDS and the Spatial Dimensions of TWAIL', TWAIL Reflections #54/2023

Article 1. Cultural Landscapes

Amy Strecker, 'Article 1. Cultural Landscapes', in Francesco Francioni and Federico Lenzerini (eds), The 1972 World Heritage Convention. A Commentary. Oxford University Press 2023.

Landscape Destruction and Spatial Injustice in Ireland and the Caribbean

Amy Strecker and Conor Newman, " Beyond Sovereignty. Tara, the M3 and Access to Justice for Cultural Landscape Destruction in Ireland", in Amy Strecker & Joe Powderly (eds), Heritage Destruction, Human Rights and International Law (Brill 2023). (open access)

Amanda Byer, "Virtual Enclosure, Spatial Injustice and Heritage Destruction in the Caribbean. The Case of Camerhogne Park, Grenada" in Amy Strecker & Joe Powderly (eds), Heritage Destruction, Human Rights and International Law (Brill 2023). (open access)

Men who eat Ring Forts

Sinéad Mercier, "Men Who Eat Ringforts: Understanding Environmental and Heritage Destruction in the Modernist Lawscape" (June 2023). Askeaton Contemporary Arts, 2022, ISBN 9780995706286, UCD Working Papers in Law, Criminology & Socio-Legal Studies Research Paper No. 09 / 2023 (open access)

Placing Property. A Legal Geography of Property Rights in Land (Palgrave Macmillan, 2023)

Amanda Byer's new book, "takes readers on an intellectually compelling tour of land rights, customs, and practices across an impressive range of landscapes including pre-feudal Scandinavia, pre-Columbian America, the colonisation of the Caribbean and Ireland... Byer powerfully demonstrates the need to embed land laws within their geographical conditions and limits" - Nicole Graham
(open access)

Before Property: a Prehistory of Property Rights in Land

Amanda Byer, "Before Property: A Prehistory of Property Rights in Land", UCD Working Papers in Law, Criminology & Socio-Legal Studies, Research Paper No. 10 / 2022 (open access).

Resistance to Mining and Pathways to a Sustainable Rural Environment: Rewriting the Maps

V’cenza Cirefice, Sinéad Mercier and Aideen O’Dochartaigh, ‘Resistance to Mining and Pathways to a Sustainable Rural Environment: Rewriting the Maps’ in Adrienne Atron, Sean Heron and Ruth McAreavey (eds), Rural Governance in the UK. Towards a Sustainable and Equitable Society (Routledge, 2022), 99-119
(open access).

Chained Communities: A Critique of South Africa’s Approach to Land Restitution

Anthony C. Diala and Sonya R. Cotton, 'Chained Communities: A Critique of South Africa's Approach to Land Restitution', African Studies Quarterly (Volume 20, Issue 3), 2021. The article is Open Access and available to read online (accessible here through clicking the title).