The Programme for the Foundations of Law and Constitutional Government is hosting the Faculty of Law's Trinity Term seminar series in Constitutional Theory. The seminars will be held in the Danson Room of Trinity College at 5pm on Mondays.
Mon May 1: Vicki Jackson (Harvard): “Pro-constitutional Representation in Comparative Perspective”
Mon May 8: Dominic Burbidge (Oxford): "The Inherently Political Nature of Subsidiarity and Decentralization"
Mon May 15: Nancy Rosenblum (Harvard): "Good Neighbours: The Democracy of Everyday Life in America"
Mon May 22 Mayling Birney (LSE): "The Rule of Mandates: How China Governs without Rule of Law" - co-hosted with the University of Oxford China Centre
Mon May 29: Eva Pils (King's College London): "Fear Techniques and the Turn Against Rule of Law: The Example of China" - co-hosted with the University of Oxford China Centre
Mon June 5: Alison Young (Oxford): Book Launch of Democratic Dialogue and the Constitution. Discussants: Michael Gordon (Liverpool), Paul Craig (Oxford), Hayley Hooper (Cambridge); chair: Nick Barber (Oxford)
Mon June 12: David Thunder (Navarre): "Two Conceptions of Civic Order: The Sovereign People vs. The Polyarchal Republic"