19 ago. 2018

Constitucionalismo Revolucionario:Seminario de discusión con Bruce Ackerman, sobre su nuevo libro

Revolutionary Constitutionalism
Yale Law School * New Haven, CT August 24-25, 2018
Convened by Bruce Ackerman and Richard Albert
Event will be held in the Faculty Lounge, Yale Law School (127 Wall Street)

Friday, August 24, 2018
8:55-9:00am Welcoming Remarks
Dean Heather Gerken, Yale Law School
9:00-10:45am Panel I: The Legitimating Foundations of Revolutionary Constitutionalism
Constitutional Evolution and Modes of Legitimation
Alon Harel, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Debating the Source Theory of Constitutional Legitimacy
Stephen Holmes, NYU School of Law
Constitutionalism and the Predicament of Postcolonial Independence
Aziz Rana, Cornell Law School
Chair: Jack Balkin, Yale Law School
10:45-11:00am Break

11:00am-12:45pm Panel II: Revolutionary Constitutionalism as Liberal Revolution?
What Society, Whose Constitutionalism? Revolution on a Human Scale
 and the Loss of Constitutional Law’s Classical Account of Society
Denis Baranger, L’Université Paris II Panthéon-Assas
Bruce Ackerman’s Theory of History
Roberto Gargarella, Universidad Torcuato Di Tella/UBA
Constitutional Fictions
Tom Ginsburg, University of Chicago Law School
Chair: Cristina Rodríguez, Yale Law School

12:45-2:00pm Luncheon Keynote Address
Yale Law School Dining Hall
Dieter Grimm, Humboldt University Berlin
Chair: Paul Kahn, Yale Law School
2:00-2:15pm Break
2:15-4:00pm Panel III: Constitutional Evolutions and Transformations
Ackerman’s Concept of Revolution
Andrew Arato, The New School for Social Research
Unconventional Adaptation, the Constitution and Authenticity
Alessandro Ferrara, Università degli Studi di Roma “Tor Vergata”
The Traditions of Constitutional Change
Richard Albert, The University of Texas Law School
Chair: Jed Rubenfeld, Yale Law School
4:00-4:15pm Break
4:15-6:00pm Panel IV: Constitutional Revolution and Revolutionary Constitutionalism
Revolution as a Human Tale: Lessons from South Africa’s Undecided Constitutionalism
James Fowkes, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität
Two Types of Revolutionary Constitutionalism
Stephen Gardbaum, UCLA School of Law
Constitutional Revolution, Legal Positivism, and the Constituent Power
Yasuo Hasebe, Waseda Law School
Chair: Samuel Moyn, Yale Law School

Saturday, August 25, 2018
9:00-10:45am Panel V: The Future of Europe
Constitutional Law as (Domestic) Politics by Other Means?
Daniel Halberstam, University of Michigan Law School
Constituting the Judiciary, Constituting Europe
Mitchel Lasser, Cornell Law School
Constitutional Crossroads
Neil Walker, Edinburgh Law School
Chair: James Whitman, Yale Law School
10:45-11:00am Break
11:00am-12:15pm Panel VI: Revolutionary Constitutions and Courts
Popular Movements and the Rise of World Systems of Judicial Review
Stephen Calabresi, Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law
Constitutionalizing Revolutions: The Apex Courts of India and South Africa
Menaka Guruswamy, Columbia Law School
Chair: Daniel Markovits, Yale Law School

1:15-3:00pm Panel VII: Law and Politics after the Revolution
A Legal Reading of Italian Revolutionary Constitutionalism
Marta Cartabia, Constitutional Court of Italy
Constitutional Strategy for a Divided Country: Learning from Poland’s
 Post-Revolutionary Misfortunes
Maciej Kisilowski, Central European University
The Islamic Republic of Iran: Gaullist Legacies and Hegemonic Preservation
Mirjam Künkler, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen
Chair: Mirjan Damaška, Yale Law School
3:00-3:15pm Break
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3:15-5:00pm Keynote Response
Bruce Ackerman, Yale Law School
Chair: Richard Albert, The University of Texas Law School

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