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ICON Volume 19, Issue 5: Table of Contents

Volume 19 Issue 5

Table of Contents

Editorial: Germany v Italy: Jurisdictional Immunities—Redux (and Redux and Redux); 10 good reads; I•CON Thematic Reading Lists; Behind the scenes—Our Managing Editor; In this Issue

Honor Roll of Reviewers 2021


Tom Ginsburg and Mila Versteeg, The bound executive: Emergency powers during the pandemic

Ming-Sung Kuo, Whither judicial dialogue after convergence? Finding transnational public law in nomos-building

Ezequiel Gonzalez-Ocantos and Wayne Sandholtz, Constructing a regional human rights legal order: The Inter-American Court, national courts and judicial dialogue

Jan Podkowik, Robert Rybski and Marek Zubik, Judicial dialogue on data retention laws: A breakthrough for European constitutional courts?

Peter Szigeti, Comparative law at the heart of the immigration law: Criminal inadmissibility and conjugal immigration in Canada and the United States

Critical Review of Jurisprudence

Taís Penteado, The abortion jurisprudence in Brazil: An analysis of ADPF 54 from feminist equality-based perspectives

Symposium: Securing Cultural Heritage?

Felicia Caponigri, Lorenzo Casini and Sabino Cassese, Securing cultural heritage? Understanding the law for our monuments, artworks, and archives today

Elisa Bernard, Nationalism versus “identity pluralism”? Preserving and valorizing archaeological heritage

Felicia Caponigri, The Italo Balbo monument: A case study of identity and comparative public law

Anna Ghezzi, Filing the world: Archives as cultural heritage and the power of remembering

Anna Pirri Valentini, The role of cultural heritage policies in the definition of a national identity

Empirical Constitutional Scholarship: ICON: Debate!

Stefan Voigt, Mind the Gap: Analyzing the divergence between constitutional text and constitutional reality

Niels Petersen and Konstantin Chatziathanasiou, Empirical Research in Comparative Constitutional Law –the Cool Kid on the Block or all Smoke and Mirrors?

Zachary Elkins and Tom Ginsburg, On disruption and leximetrics: A response to Niels Petersen and Konstantin Chatziathanasiou

Adam Chilton and Mila Versteeg, Measurement and causal identification in constitutional law: A response to Niels Petersen and Konstantin Chatziathanasiou

Niels Petersen and Konstantin Chatziathanasiou, On the seductions of quantification: A rejoinder

ICON: Debate!

Ruiping Ye, Shifting meanings of fazhi and China’s journey toward socialist rule of law

Jerome A. Cohen, “Rule of law” with Chinese characteristics: Evolution and manipulation

Wen-Chen Chang, The limited function of law in transforming rule of law:  A reply to Ruiping Ye

ICON: Debate!

Emmett Macfarlane, Judicial amendment of the constitution

Kate Glover Berger, Judicial amendment and our constitutional lives

Erin F. Delaney and Christopher W. Schmidt, There’s something about Brown: A reply to Emmett Macfarlane

Book Reviews

Maria Moscati, Review of Alice Margaria. The Construction of Fatherhood. The Jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights

Pierfrancesco Rossi, Review of Odile Ammann. Domestic Courts and the Interpretation of International Law: Methods and Reasoning Based on the Swiss Example

Angelo Jr Golia, Review of Mariano Croce and Marco Goldoni. The Legacy of Pluralism. The Continental Jurisprudence of Santi Romano, Carl Schmitt, and Costantino Mortati

Zubair Abbasi, Review of Rachel M. Scott. Recasting Islamic Law: Religion and the Nation in Egyptian Constitution Making


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