A special announcement: there will be no cost to participate in the Global Summit, thanks to the generous support of the International Forum on the Future of Constitutionalism in partnership with the Program on Constitutional Studies at the University of Texas at Austin. All are welcome.
More news: we will award four prizes at the Global Summit, one each to recognize a Defender of Constitutionalism, an Architect in Constitutionalism, a Pioneer in Constitutionalism, and the prize for the Keynote Speaker. More details below.
This week, I will give a lecture at the University of Philippines on “The Evil Past: Memory and Erasure in Constitutional Amendment.” I will also speak on a panel at Florida International University on “The Jurisprudence and Legacy of Justice Ginsburg.” More details appear below.
As always, I welcome your suggestions for collaborations and new programs.
Support for Early-Career Scholars
Last week, I continued my Spotlight on Early-Career Scholars, now in its 7th 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