Volume 4: Gebändigte Macht

Gebändigte Macht: Verfassung im europäischen Nationalstaat - Verfassungsblog II

Band 4: Gebändigte Macht

A court in Cologne declares religious circumcision of boys a criminal act. A Hungarian party uses its two-thirds majority to redesign the nation’s constitutional foundations. Two examples of national events that prompted legal and political resonance far beyond the national borders – and vibrant transnational debates on Verfassungsblog. This volume brings together voices from a transnational constitutional discourse which is now analyzed in the research project “Verfassungsblog: Perspectives of Scientific Communication in Legal Scholarship” at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin.

With contributions by Andrew Arato, Armin von Bogdandy, Daniel Bogner, Claudio Franzius, Andreas Gotzmann, Daniel Halberstam, Hans-Michael Heinig, András Jakab, Dimitry Kochenov, Sophie-Charlotte Lenski, Anna Katharina Mangold, Jan-Werner Müller, Georg Neureither, Kalypso Nicolaidis, Reut Yael Paz, Wojciech Sadurski, Christoph Schönberger, Daniel Thym, Renáta Uitz, Bernhard Wegener, Antje Wiener et al.

Edited by Maximilian Steinbeis, Alexandra Kemmerer und Christoph Möllers.

2015, 300 pages, hard cover, 78,- EUR, ISBN 978-3-8487-1184-0