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Book Chapters

Johns F, 2021, 'On Dead Circuits and Non-Events', in Venzke I; Heller KJ (ed.), Contingency in International Law: On the Possibility of a Different Law, Oxford University Press, Oxford

Johns F, 2020, 'Counting, countering and claiming the pandemic: digital practices, players, policies', in Taylor L; Sharma G; Martin A; Jameson S (ed.), Data Justice and COVID-19: Global Perspectives, Meatspace Press, Oxford, pp. 90 - 99

Johns F, 2020, 'Critical International Legal Theory', in Dunoff J; Pollack M (ed.), International Legal Theory: Foundations and Frontiers, Cambridge University Press, New York,

Johns F, 2019, 'Legality', in d'Aspremont J; Singh S (ed.), Concepts for International Law: Contributions to Disciplinary Thought, Edward Elgar, pp. 636 - 649,

Johns F, 2019, 'Shadowboxing: the Data Shadows of Cold War International Law', in Craven M; Pahuja S; Simpson G (ed.), International Law and the Cold War, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 137 - 158,

Chan J; Johns F; Bennett Moses L, 2018, 'Academic Metrics and Positioning Strategies', in Ajana B (ed.), Metric Culture Ontologies of Self-Tracking Practices, Emerald Group Publishing, Bingley UK, pp. 177 - 195,

Johns F, 2018, 'Things to Make and Do', in Hohmann J; Joyce D (ed.), , Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 47 - 56

Johns FE, 2017, 'Data Mining as Global Governance', in Brownsword R; Scotford E; Yeung K (ed.), Oxford Handbook on the Law and Regulation of Technology, Oxford University Press,

Johns FE, 2016, 'Theorizing the Corporation in International Law', in Orford A; Hoffmann F (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of the Theory of International Law, Oxford University Press, online

Johns FE, 2012, 'Living in International Law', in Buchanan R; Motha S; Pahuja S (ed.), Reading Modern Law, Routledge, pp. 74 - 86,

Johns F; Joyce R; Pahuja S, 2011, 'Introduction', in Johns F; Joyce R; Pahuja S (ed.), Events: The Force of International Law, Routledge, UK, pp. 1 - 17,

Johns F, 2011, 'The torture memos', in Johns F; Joyce R; Pahuja S (ed.), Events: The force of International Law, Taylor & Francis, pp. 260 - 278,

Johns FE, 2010, 'Introduction', in Johns FE (ed.), International Legal Personality, Ashgate Publishing, pp. i - xxix

Johns FE, 2010, 'The Gift of Realism: Julius Stone and the International Legal Academy in Australia, 1954-1994', in Irving H; Walton K; Mowbray J (ed.), Julius Stone: A Study in Influence, pp. 21 - 37

Johns FE, 2007, 'Performing Power: The Deal, Corporate Rule, and the Constitution of Global Legal Order', in Motha S (ed.), Democracy's Empire Sovereignty, Law, and Violence, Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, pp. 116 - 138

Johns FE, 2005, 'The Globe and the Ghetto', in Lederer M; Muller P (ed.), Criticizing Global Governance, Springer, ebook, pp. 69 - 102,

Johns FE, 2005, 'International Law-National Law: Thinking through the Hyphen', in Charlesworth H; Chiam M; Hovell D; Williams G (ed.), The Fluid State International Law and National Legal Systems, Federation Press, pp. 188 - 209

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