—Richard Albert, William Stamps Farish Professor of Law, The University of Texas at Austin
Our community has benefited from the many critical, constructive, and quite useful book reviews our contributors have published here at I-CONnect. We will continue to commission reviews from specific scholars whose subject-matter expertise makes them particularly well-situated to comment on a given book.
Beginning today we will also give our readers the opportunity to express an interest in reviewing certain books. Here, below, is the first round of books available for review here at I-CONnect. Please email my colleague Trish Do at tdo[at]law.utexas.edu if you would like to review one of these books. A confirmation will follow. Preference will be given to first-time I-CONnect contributors.
- Rex Ahdar, Research Handbook on Law and Religion (Edward Elgar 2018)
- Nick W. Barber, The Principles of Constitutionalism (Oxford 2018)
- Colin Crawford & Daniel Bonilla Maldonado, Constitutionalism in the Americas (Edward Elgar 2018)
- Jon Elster, Roberto Gargarella, Vatsal Naresh & Bjorn Erik Rasch, Constituent Assemblies (Cambridge 2018)
- Tom Ginsburg & Aziz Huq, How to Save a Constitutional Democracy (Chicago 2018)
- Mark Graber, Sanford Levinson & Mark Tushnet, Constitutional Democracy in Crisis? (Oxford 2018)
- Theunis Roux, The Politico-Legal Dynamics of Judicial Review (Cambridge 2018)
- Robert Schuetze, Globalisation and Governance: International Problems, European Solutions (Cambridge 2018)
- Catherine Valcke, Comparing Law: Comparative Law as Reconstruction of Collective Commitments (Cambridge 2018)
A photo of the book covers appears below.