The journal Grotiana, New Series was launched in 1980. It is the continuation of the Grotiana yearbook of which ten volumes appeared between 1917 and 1947. The journal is devoted to all kinds of academic studies on the life and works, as well as legacies of Grotius. It also contains a bibliography of Grotius editions and relevant secondary literature. Over the last two decades, there have been thematic issues, often collecting papers from international conferences organised under the auspices of the Grotiana Foundation.
The journal is published by the Dutch publishing house Brill. Its current editors-in-chief are Hans Blom and Mark Somos.
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Table of contents of the latest issue, Grotiana, New Series 43:1 (2022), including hyperlinks:
- Jutta Brunnée, International Environmental Law: of Sovereignty, Complexity, and Grotian Moments, 3–24;
- Inger Österdahl, Expanding Universe: Grotian Moments in the Practice of the UN Security Council, 25–54;
- Simona Ross and Mark Somos, Corruption in International Law: Illusions of a Grotian Moment, 55–86;
- Milan Tahraoui, Data Surveillance Since the Snowden Revelations: A Grotian Moment in International Law?, 87–112;
- Lorenzo Gasbarri, (Meta) Grotian Moment: International Organizations and the Rapid Formation of Customary International Law, 113–132;
- Milena Sterio, Statehood: A Grotian Moment 2, 133–158.
- Tom Sparks, Grotian Moments in the Law of Self-Determination: Law, Rhetoric, and Reality, 159–186.
- Silke-Petra Bergjan, Ancient Geographers and Modern Travelogues in the Early Seventeenth Century. The Difference between Hugo Grotius’s Bewys van den waren Godsdienst (1622) and De veritate religionis christianae (1627–40), 187–207;
- Edward Jones Corredera, Francesca Iurlaro, Lara Muschel, and Mark Somos, Hugo Grotius’s De iure belli ac pacis: a Report on the Worldwide Census of the First Edition (1625), 208–235;
- Edward Jones Corredera, Lara Muschel, and Mark Somos, Hugo Grotius’s De iure belli ac pacis: a Report on the Worldwide Census of the Second Edition (1626), 236–245;
- Edward Jones Corredera, Lara Muschel, and Mark Somos, Hugo Grotius’s De iure belli ac pacis: a Report on the Worldwide Census of the Third Edition (1631), 246–272;
- Alberto Clerici, Valentina Vadi, War and Peace. Alberico Gentili and the Early Modern Law of Nations, 273–277;
- Peter Haggenmacher, The Cambridge Companion to Hugo Grotius, ed. by Randall Lesaffer and Janne Nijman, 278–293;
- Francesca Iurlaro, Tarik Kochi, Global Justice and Social Conflict: The Foundations of Liberal Order and International Law, 294–300;
- Edward Corredera Jones, David M. Lantigua, Infidels and Empires in a New World Order: Early Modern Spanish Contributions to International Legal Thought, 301–305;
- Emile Simpson, Pablo Kalmanovitz, The Laws of War in International Thought, 306–308.