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Call for Papers: Challenges to Global Constitutionalism

Call for Papers: Challenges to Global Constitutionalism

Submissions due by: 23 February 2018

Workshop dates: 4 – 6 July at WZB Berlin Social Science Center

 

About the workshop:

Global Constitutionalism, in partnership with PluriCourts is organising a workshop for scholars interested in publishing in the field of global constitutionalism.

Paper proposals can be on any topic related to global constitutionalism.

Such topics may include:

•    International courts and contemporary challenges to international courts
•    Human rights
•    The rule of law from a global perspective
•    Contemporary challenges to democracy
•    The legitimate role of the judiciary in the global order
•    Contestation of global norms
•    Global justice
•    Transnational democracy
•    Post-colonial critiques of global constitutionalism
•    Non-western approaches to global constitutionalism
•    The implications of the rise of populist and nationalist movements for global constitutionalism
•    Global constitutionalism and cultural diversity

Submission Guidelines:

To apply, submit a paper abstract of up to 400 words and an academic biography of 150 words at globcon-journal@wzb.eu by 23 February 2018.

For more information about the workshop, click here or contact globcon-journal@wzb.eu 

One comment on “Call for Papers: Challenges to Global Constitutionalism

  1. edwinfigueroagutarra
    January 23, 2018

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