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Global Constitutionalism as agora: Interdisciplinary encounters, cultural recognition and global diversity

  • ANTJE WIENER, JEFFREY L DUNOFF, JONATHAN HAVERCROFT, MATTIAS KUMM and KRISZTA KOVÁCS...
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2 Tully, J, Strange Multiplicity: Constitutionalism in an Age of Diversity (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1995).

3 Ibid 36.

4 Ibid 37.

5 Milliken, J, ‘The Study of Discourse in International Relations: A Critique of Research and Methods’ (1999) 5(2) European Journal of International Relations 225, 231.

7 Wiener, A, Lang, AF Jr., Tully, J, Maduro, MP and Kumm, M, ‘Editorial: Why a New Journal on Global Constitutionalism’ (2012) 1(1) Global Constitutionalism 1.

8 Cohen, JL, Globalization and Sovereignty: Rethinking Legality, Legitimacy, and Constitutionalism (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2012).

9 Lang, AF Jr., Kumm, M, Wiener, A, Tully, J and Maduro, MP, ‘Interdisciplinarity: Challenges and Opportunities’ (2013) 2(1) Global Constitutionalism 4.

10 See Havercroft, J, Wiener, A, Kumm, M and Dunoff, JL, ‘Editorial: Donald Trump as Global Constitutional Breaching Experiment’ (2018) 7(1) Global Constitutionalism 113, for an analysis of how such anti-constitutional movements might unintentionally reinforce constitutionalism.

11 Kumm, M, Lang, AF Jr., Tully, J and Wiener, A, ‘How Large Is the World of Global Constitutionalism?’ (2014) 3(1) Global Constitutionalism 1.

12 Kumm, M, Havercroft, J, Dunoff, J and Wiener, A, ‘Editorial: The End of ‘‘the West’’ and the Future of Global Constitutionalism’ (2017) 6(1) Global Constitutionalism 1.

13 Pahuja, S, ‘The Changing Place of the Corporation in International LawHersch Lauterpacht Memorial Lecture (Lauterpacht Centre for International Law, Cambridge, 2018) details at <https://www.lcil.cam.ac.uk/press/events/2018/04/hersch-lauterpacht-memorial-lecture-2018-changing-place-corporation>.

14 Wiener, A, Lang, AF Jr., Tully, J, Maduro, MP and Kumm, M, ‘Editorial: Why a New Journal on Global Constitutionalism?’ (2012) 1(1) Global Constitutionalism 1.

15 For the event, see: ‘The Future of Global Constitutionalism: Launch Handbook on Global Constitutionalism’ A Wiener (Hamburg), A Lang (St. Andrews), N Walker (Edinburgh) and J Harries (St. Andrews) Thursday, 11 October, 5pm, (2018) details at <http://cgc.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk/previous-events/>.

16 For free access to all previous editorials, please visit <https:// www.cambridge.org/core/journals/global-constitutionalism/annual-editorials>.

17 (2016) 5(3) Global Constitutionalism 295.

18 (2018) 7(3) Global Constitutionalism 295.

19 (2017) 6(2) Global Constitutionalism 167.

20 Kumm, M, Lang, AF Jr., Tully, J and Wiener, A, ‘How Large Is the World of Global constitutionalism?’ (2014) 3(1) Global Constitutionalism 1.

21 Compare ibid 1.

22 See the Cambridge core website for the updated call for papers here: <https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/global-constitutionalism/call-for-papers>.

23 Acharya, A, ‘Global International Relations (IR) and Regional Worlds: A New Agenda for International Studies’ (2014) 58 International Studies Quarterly 647, 647.

24 A O’Donoughe and R Houghton, ‘Can Global Constitutionalism Be Feminist?’ in S Harris Rimmer and K Ogg (eds), Research Handbook on Feminist Engagement with International Law (Edward Elgar forthcoming).

25 Hathaway, O and Shapiro, S, The Internationalists: How a Radical Plan to Outlaw War Remade the World (Penguin, UK, 2017). See also Hathaway, O and Shapiro, S, ‘Response to Critics’ (2018) 7(3) Global Constitutionalism 374.

26 Barkawi, T, ‘From Law to History: The Politics of War and Empire’ (2018) 7(3) Global Constitutionalism 315.

27 Geis, A, ‘Outlawing War Is Not Enough to Promote International Peace: The Ambivalence of Liberal Interventionism’ (2018) 7(3) Global Constitutionalism 342.

28 Gümplová, P, ‘Popular Sovereignty over Natural Resources: A Critical Reappraisal of Leif Wenar’s Blood Oil from the Perspective of International Law and Justice’ (2018) 7(2) Global Constitutionalism 173.

29 Arguelhes, D Werneck and Ribeiro, L Molhano, ‘The Court, It Is I’? Individual Judicial Powers in the Brazilian Supreme Court and their Implications for Constitutional Theory’ (2018) 7(2) Global Constitutionalism 236.

30 Fierke, K, ‘Introduction: Independence, Global Entanglement and the Co-production of Sovereignty’ (2017) 6(2) Global Constitutionalism 167.

31 Suteu, S, ‘The Scottish Independence Referendum and the Participatory Turn in UK Constitution-Making: The Move towards a Constitutional Convention’ (2017) 6(2) Global Constitutionalism 184.

32 Moreno, L, ‘Europeanisation and Catalonia’s In(ter)dependence’ (2017) 6(2) Global Constitutionalism 218.

33 Orakhelashvili, A, ‘Kosovo and Intersecting Legal Regimes: An Interdisciplinary Analysis’ (2017) 6(2) Global Constitutionalism 237.

34 Rueda-Saiz, P, ‘Indigenous Autonomy in Colombia: State-Building Processes and Multiculturalism’ (2017) 6(2) Global Constitutionalism 265.

35 Wang, H, ‘Traditional Empire–Modern State Hybridity: Chinese Tianxia and Westphalian Anarchy’ (2017) 6(2) Global Constitutionalism 298.

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