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02
Juin.
2016

Constitutions under Stress

Journée d’étude

Dates


02 Juin.   |   03 Juin.

Présentation


Constitutions under Stress

Oxford Session, Spring 2016

Programme


Thursday 2 June
Manor Road Building: Seminar Room A
12.00 noon: Light lunch and welcome of participants
13.00 Summary of previous work and of the workshop: Scot Peterson and Nicolas Roussellier
14.00 Stuart White, Jesus College and the Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Oxford: ‘Parliaments, Constitutional Conventions and Parliamentary Sovereignty’
15.30 Sanford Levinson, University of Texas, Austin: Department of Government and Law School: ‘When Americans Think about Constitutional Reform: Some Data and Reflections’
Balliol College: Lecture Room XXIII
17.00 Sudhir Hazareesingh, Balliol College and the Department of Politics and International Relations: ‘Is the French State still viable? The Jacobin Model and its Challenges’
Followed by drinks in the Master’s Drawing Room
19.00 Dinner, Balliol College

Friday 3 June
Manor Road Building: Seminar Room B
10.00 The EU Referendum in the United Kingdom: Two Perspectives
Aileen McHarg, Faculty of Law, Strathclyde University
Alain Laquièze, Faculty of Law, Université Paris Descartes
11.00 Religion and the State in the United Kingdom and France: Two Perspectives
Déborah Thebault, Faculty of Law, University of Oxford
Scot Peterson, Balliol College and the Department of Politics and International Relations,University of Oxford
12.15 Light Lunch
13.30 Plans for Future Workshops; Progress on Further Participants, Publication, Funding
15.30 Adjournment