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Volume 18 Issue 2

Table of Contents


ICON·S Reflections

Wojciech Sadurski, Constitutional democracy in the time of elected authoritarians

Luis Roberto Barroso, Technological revolution, democratic recession and climate change: The limits of law in a changing world

I·CON Foreword

Neil Walker, The sovereignty surplus

Reflections on Gender and Public Law: Eight Views

Christopher McCrudden, Resurrecting positive action

Barbara Havelková, The struggle for social constructivism in post-socialist Central and Eastern Europe

Ruth Rubio-Marin, Gendered nationalism and constitutionalism

Anna Śledzińska-Simon, Populists, gender and national identity

Julieta Leimatre, Transitional justice and the challenges of a feminist peace

Chao-ju Chen, Single equality in the age of marriage equality

 Veronica Undurraga, Engendering a constitutional moment: The quest for parity in the Chilean constitutional convention

 Stefano Osella, “De-gendering” the civil status? A public law problem


Jan Petrov, The populist challenge to the European Court of Human Rights

Tom Gerald Daly and Brian Christopher Jones, Parties versus democracy: Addressing today’s political-party threats to democratic rule

Critical Review of Jurisprudence

Marco Wan, The invention of tradition: Same-sex marriage and its discontents in Hong Kong

Special Section: From the Trenches

Sanjay Jain and Saranya Mishra, Scandalizing the judiciary: Analysis of the uneven response of the Supreme Court of India to the sexual harassment allegations against judges

The I•CONnect-Clough Center 2019 Global Review of Constitutional Law

Maja Sahadžić, 2019 Global Review of Constitutional Law: Bosnia and Herzegovina

Malkhaz Nakashidze, 2019 Global Review of Constitutional Law: Georgia

Jasmina Dimitrieva and. Lydia Tiede, 2019 Global Review of Constitutional Law: North Macedonia

Occasional Series: Constitutional Surveys

Piotr Radziewicz,Monika Florczak–Wątor and Marcin M. Wiszowaty, Survey on the Constitution of the Republic of Poland. The results of the research conducted in 2017-2018

Law and Gender in the Literature

Hillary Potter. Intersectionality and Criminology: Disrupting and Revolutionizing Studies of Crime; Shreya Atrey. Intersectional Discrimination (Arushi Garg)

Ruth Rubio-Marín and Will Kymlicka eds. Gender Parity & Multicultural Feminism (Ofra Bloch)

Ratna Kapur. Gender, Alterity and Human Rights: Freedom in a Fishbowl (Cara Röhner)

Irini Papanicolopulu (ed.). Gender and the Law of the Sea (Isabel Lischewski)

Libby Adler. Gay Priori. A Queer Critical Legal Studies Approach to Law Reform (Estefanía Vela-Barba)

Book Reviews

Richard Albert. Constitutional Amendments. Making, Breaking, and Changing Constitutions (Eoin Carolan)

Adrienne Yong. The Rise and Decline of Fundamental Rights in EU Citizenship (Dimitry Kochenov)

Moritz Baumgärtel. Demanding Rights: Europe’s Supranational Courts and the Dilemma of Migrant Vulnerability (Lena Riemer)

Gautam Bhatia. The Transformative Constitution: A Radical Biography in Nine Acts (Sandeep Suresh)


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