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Constitutional Transitions Colloquium 2012-2013 Series

From Fall 2012 through Fall 2013, Constitutional Transitions ran a Colloquium series while at the New York University School of Law.

For information on the Fall 2013 Colloquium Series, click here.

The theme for the 2012-13 series was “The Middle East Revolutions,” featuring leading experts from the Middle East, Europe and North America on the constitutional law and politics of the region. The 2012-13 Constitutional Transitions Colloquium series was jointly sponsored by our partner, International IDEA.

Colloquium Events

September 12, 2012

The Least Religious Branch? Judicial Review after the Arab Spring.

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Intisar Rabb, NYU

October 10, 2012

Revolution and Constitution-Making in Iran and the Arab World.

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Said Arjomand, Stony Brook University (SUNY)

October 24, 2012

Post-Tahrir Politics and the Puzzling End to Islamic Inflation.

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Nathan Brown, George Washington University

November 14, 2012

Executive Powers in Egypt’s New Constitution. 

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Mona El-Ghobashy, Barnard College

November 28, 2012

Election Laws, Social Ties and Political Representation in the Arab World.

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Ellen Lust, Yale University

January 30, 2013

Winter is Coming: Authoritarian Constitutionalism Under Strain in the Gulf.

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Gianluca Parolin, American University of Cairo, The Center for Constitutional Transitions at NYU Law, Hauser Global Law School Program at NYU Law

February 13, 2013

Is There Such a Thing as an Islamic Public Law, and Does Its Existence Matter for Post-Authoritarian Arab Regimes?

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Mohammad Fadel, University of Toronto

February 27, 2013

Constitutional Islam: Genealogies, Transmissions, and Meanings.

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Kristen Stilt,  Northwestern University

April 3, 2013

A Kemalist Secular Age? Negotiating the Islam-Modernity Binary in Turkey.

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Asli Bâli, University of California Los Angeles (UCLA)

May 1, 2013

After Revolution: Divine and Popular Sovereignty after the Arab Spring.

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Andrew March, Yale University


For information on the Fall 2013 Colloquium Series, click here

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