This week, the IFFC hosts an online forum on “Socialism and Constitutionalism,” featuring outstanding scholars. All are welcome! Details below.
We also launch the First Round in our global crowdsourcing vote on “the most important book in modern constitutionalism.” All are welcome to cast a ballot! Details below.
Finally, October 1 is the deadline to register for The Global Summit in Constitutionalism, a first-of-its-kind multilingual event for students and professors of all levels of seniority. Please join us! Details below.
As always, I welcome your suggestions for collaborations and new programs.
Democracy in our Digital Age
This past Friday, the IFFC hosted a discussion on “Democracy in our Digital Age,” featuring comments from Jack Balkin (Yale), Kate Klonick (St. John's), and Vivek Krishnamurthy (Ottawa). The video is now available to all. Just click below.
An Invitation: Please Nominate Early-Career Scholars
Last week, I continued my Spotlight on Early-Career Scholars, now in its 4th edition. Please get to know these scholars, read their drafts, and invite them to present their work.
I welcome your nominations for early-career scholars to highlight in the future.
Please send me your nominee's name, Twitter handle, and one or two of her papers.
The Most Important Book in Modern Constitutionalism
Voting is now open in the First Round. The First Round pairings are based on the 2000 votes cast in the Qualifying Round.
I would have liked to see more books authored by women in this contest. I nominated many of them myself.