- JD, Boalt Hall School of Law, University of California, Berkeley
- AB, University of California, Berkeley
Hurst Hannum is Professor of International Law and has taught courses on international human rights law, peacekeeping, international organizations, self-determination, and nationalism. He has been a visiting or adjunct professor at Central European University (Budapest, 2010-2011), University of Hong Kong (2006-2008), Harvard, American University, and University of Virginia. Among many other publications, he is the author or editor of Guide to International Human Rights Practice (4th ed. 2004); International Human Rights: Problems of Law, Policy, and Process (5th ed. 2011, with S.J. Anaya and D. Shelton); Autonomy, Sovereignty, and Self-Determination: The Accommodation of Conflicting Rights (rev. ed. 1996); "Peace versus Justice: Creating Rights as well as Order Out of Chaos," 13 International Peacekeeping 582 (2006); and “Human Rights in Conflict Resolution: The Role of the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights in UN Peacemaking and Peacebuilding." 28 Human Rights Quarterly 1 (2006). Prof. Hannum has served as a board member of Amnesty International-USA and the International Service for Human Rights (Geneva) and is currently on the Executive Council of Minority Rights Group International (London). He has consulted with the United Nations, OSCE, and non-governmental organizations on minority rights and aspects of the situations in Afghanistan, East Timor, Western Sahara, China, Serbia, and Bosnia-Herzegovina.Curriculum Vitae - Hurst HannumProfessional Activities
- Executive Director of the Procedural Aspects of International Law Institute, Washington, DC (1980-89)
- Jennings Randolph Peace Fellow, US Institute of Peace, Washington, DC (1989-90)
- Sir Y.K. Pao Professor of International Law, University of Hong Kong (2006-08)
- Legal consultant to the United Nations and other organizations on East Timor, Afghanistan, Faroe Islands, Kashmir, Sri Lanka, Aceh, Western Sahara, and international protection of minority rights
- Center for Human Rights and Conflict Resolution
- Institute for Human Security
- Nationalism and self-determination
- international protection of human rights
- United Nations
- public international law
- human rights and conflict resolution
• "The responsibility to protect: paradigm or pastiche?" 60 Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly 135 (no. 2, 2009).
• "Reforming the Special Procedures and Mechanisms of the Commission on Human Rights," 7 Human Rights Law Review 73 (2007).
• Hannum, Hurst. "Human Rights in Conflict Resolution: The Role of the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights in UN Peacemaking and Peacebuilding." Human Rights Quarterly 28, no. 1 (2006).
• "Peace versus Justice: Creating Rights as well as Order Out of Chaos," 13 International Peacekeeping 582 (2006).
• Hannum, Hurst. "Bellum Americanum." Fletcher Forum of World Affairs 27, no. 1 (2003): 29-38.
• Babbitt, Eileen, Ellen Lutz and Hurst Hannum. "Human Rights and Conflict Resolution from the Practitioners' Perspective." The Fletcher Forum of World Affairs (Winter/Spring 2003).
• Hannum, Hurst. "Sovereignty and Its Relevance to Native Americans in the Twenty-First Century." American Indian Law Review 23, no. 2 (1999): 487-496.
• Hannum, Hurst. "The Specter of Sucession." Foreign Affairs 77, no. 2 (1998): 13-19.
• Hannum, Hurst. "Rethinking Self-Determination." Virginia Journal of International Law 34, no. 1 (1993).
• Hannum, Hurst. "Contemporary Developments in the International Protection of the Rights of Minorities." Notre Dame Law Review 66, no. 5 (1991): 1431-.BOOKS
• Hannum, Hurst and Richard B. Lillich. International Human Rights: Problems of Law, Policy, and Practice. Aspen Publishers, 2006.
• Hannum, Hurst and Eileen Babbitt. Negotiating Self-Determination. Lexington Books, 2006.
• Hannum, Hurst. Guide To International Human Rights Practice. 2004.
• Hannum, Hurst. Autonomy, Sovereignty, and Self-Determination: The Accommodation of Conflicting Rights (rev. ed.). University of Pennsylvania Press, 1996.OP-EDS
• Hannum, Hurst. "Merely a Flight of Fancy?" South China Morning Post, 4 March 2006, A15.