Building: Faculty of Arts Floor: Ground Room: FA016
Global constitutionalism describes, explains and evaluates legal and political developments at the international level. It is a theoretical enterprise that crosses disciplinary and theoretical boundaries. As such, it cannot be understood as solely about international law, International Relations Theory, or political theory. In other words, it provides a species of International Political Theory. This panel includes papers that draw on legal theory, political theory, and IR theory. Each panellist draws upon a theoretical tradition in order to advance a dimension of global constitutionalism. The papers are drawn from chapters in the upcoming Anthony F Lang, Jr and Antje Weiner, eds., Handbook on Global Constitutionalism (Edward Elgar Publishers, 2017).