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The eighth edition of the EUI's annual The State of the Union conference will take place on 10-11 May 2018 at the Badia and in Florence's Palazzo Vecchio. The focus of the conference, 'solidarity in Europe', will bring together experts to discuss issues such as European economic, monetary and fiscal policies, social investment, defence and security, migration, climate change, and energy. The conference will be followed by an Open Day at the Historical Archives of the European Union on 12 May. The conference programme is now online.
by Bosko Tripkovic
In this volume, the published version of Tripkovic's thesis, the author develops a theory of value-based arguments in constitutional adjudication. He applies the notions of confidence and reflection to constitutional reasoning and maintains that the moral inquiry of the constitutional court ought to depart from the emotive intuitions of the constitutional community. The book casts new light on common constitutional dilemmas and allows us to envisage new ways of resolving them.
by Alexander Etkind
A journalist, diplomat, and writer, William Christian Bullitt (1891–1967) negotiated with Lenin and Stalin, Churchill and de Gaulle, Chiang Kai-shek and Goering. He took part in the talks that ended World War I and those that failed to prevent World War II. Based on William Christian Bullitt’s unpublished papers and diplomatic documents from the Russian archives, this new biography presents Bullitt as one of the first politicians of the global era.
edited by Hanna Hodacks, Kenneth Nyberg and Stéphane Van Damme
Contributors to this volume argue to re-centre Linnaean science and de-centre Linnaeus the man by exploring the ideas, practices and people connected to his taxonomic innovations. They focus on the circulation of Linnaean knowledge and contextualise it within eighteenth-century globalization, thereby providing innovative insights in the early modern history of science.
edited by Anna Triandafyllidou
Migration and Globalisation are intrinsically related processes. In this new Handbook, Anna Triandafyllidou brings together scholars from different world regions to discuss the social, cultural, political and economic interconnections between these two global processes that will shape our future.