Call for papers: Scholars Workshop: New Thinking in Global Constitutionalism
PluriCourts and the editorial team of Global Constitutionalism invite contributions for its upcoming workshop, 6 July 2019 at WZB Berlin Social Science Center. The deadline for submission is February 28, 2019.
Call for papers
The editorial team of Global Constitutionalism, in conjunction with PluriCourts, will be organizing a workshop on July 6, 2019 at the WZB Berlin Social Science Center. As part of this workshop we will be running special sessions for junior and senior scholars interested in publishing in the field of global constitutionalism. Each selected scholar will be invited to present a paper to the workshop. They will also receive extensive feedback on their papers from the editors. The expectation is that selected papers, after revisions based upon feedback at the workshop, would be submitted to Global Constitutionalism for peer review with the possibility of publication. This is intended as an opportunity for researchers to receive mentorship in the craft of publishing in peer reviewed journals. Editors from the journal will work closely with the selected scholars throughout the process.
We invite paper proposals on any topic related to global constitutionalism. We define global constitutionalism as the foundations, limitations, and contestations of the principles and norms of political order and their dynamics over time on a global scale. One of the goals of the workshop is to advance global constitutionalism as an interdisciplinary field. Another is to promote the creation of networks of scholars working in similar fields. Thus, we invite submissions from abroad range of disciplines including International Law, Political Science, International Relations, Comparative Constitutional Law, Comparative Politics, Political Theory and Philosophy.
Possible topics include but are not limited to:
• 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
• International courts and contemporary challenges to international courts
• The rule of law from a global perspective
• Contemporary challenges to democracy
• The legitimate role of the judiciary in the global order
In order to apply, please submit an English language paper abstract of up to 400 words and an academic biography of 150 words at firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline for submissions is February 28, 2019.