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Comparative Constitutional Law, Empire, and Colonialism
Comparative constitutional studies is frequently, and often justifiably, accused of focussing largely, if not exclusively, on a few influential jurisdictions in the Global North. Despite a welcome and continuing geographical expansion of scholarly interest towards the Global South, much of the intellectual agenda continues to be set by concerns of Northern polities. This panel is an attempt by ICON•S to cast our discipline’s gaze further afield, by thinking about the role that Empire and Colonialism, and their lingering legacies, have played and ought to play in comparative constitutional studies.
Join us in an ICON-S live Plenary Panel with Prof. Rabiat Akanda (University of Toronto, Canada), Prof. Faisal Devji (Oxford University, UK), Prof. Tarun Khaitan (Oxford University, UK) and Prof. Emmanuelle Saada (Columbia University, USA).
Time: Oct 15, 2021 14:00 London
Meeting ID: 938 3216 6290
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