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Monographs, edited volumes, special issues

Bellamy, Richard (2008), “Symposium on ‘Should Europe Adopt the American Way of Law … And Has It Done So?”, European Political Science, 7 (2008),
Bellamy, Richard (2008), Citizenship: A Short Introduction, London: OUP
Bellamy, Richard, Dario Castiglione, and Jo Shaw (eds.) (2006), Making European Citizens: Civic Inclusion in a Transnational Context, Palgrave-MacMillan.
Castiglione, Dario (Co-Author) (2004), The future of democracy in Europe – trends, analyses, and reforms, Strasbourg: CoE Publications
Castiglione, Dario (et al) (2007), Constitutional Politics in the EU: The Convention Moment and its Aftermath, London: Palgrave, 292pp.
Castiglione, Dario and Chris Longman (eds.) (2007), The Language Question in Europe and Diverse Societies, Hart Publishers, Oxford.
Weale, Albert (2006), Democratic Citizenship and the European Union, Manchester: Manchester University Press.
Weale, Albert and Judith Bara (eds.) (2006), Democratic Politics and Party Competition, London and New York: Routledge.

Articles in journals and edited volumes, Working Papers

Bellamy, Richard (2005), “Introduction: The Rule of Law as the Rule of Persons,” in Bellamy, Richard (ed.) The Rule of Law and the Separation of Powers, International Library of Essays in Law and Legal Theory - Second Series, Dartmouth: Ashgate, xi-xli.
Bellamy, Richard (2005), “Introduction”, in Bellamy, Richard (ed), Symposium on ‘A United States of Europe?’, European Political Science 4, pp. 175-78.
Bellamy, Richard (2006), “Between Past and Future: The Democratic Limits of EU Citizenship,” in Bellamy, Richard, Dario Castiglione and J. Shaw (eds.) Making European Citizens: Civic Inclusion in a Transnational Context, Palgrave, pp. 238-65.
Bellamy, Richard (2006), “Introduction: Constitutionalism and Democracy,” in Bellamy, Richard (ed), Constitutionalism and Democracy, International Library of Essays in Law and Legal Theory - Second Series, Dartmouth: Ashgate, xi-xlviii.
Bellamy, Richard (2006), “Quattro modelli di pluralismo politico,” Ragion Pratica, pp. 81-100.
Bellamy, Richard (2006), “Still in Deficit: Rights, Regulation and Democracy in the EU”, European Law Journal, 12:6 (2006), pp. 725-42. (Reprinted in Scott, Alan, Kate Nash and Anna Marie Smith (eds) Globalisation and Contemporary Challenges to the Nation State, Vol 3, New Critical Writings in Sociology, Ashgate, forthcoming 2009).
Bellamy, Richard (2006), “The Challenge of European Union,” in Dryzek, John, Anne Phillips and Bonnie Honig (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Political Theory, OUP.
Bellamy, Richard (2006), “The European Constitution is Dead, Long Live European Constitutionalism,” Constellations: An International Journal of Critical and Democratic Theory, 13 (2), pp. 181-89.
Bellamy, Richard (2006), “Which Constitution for What Kind of Europe? Three Models of European Constitutionalism,” in Cheneval, F. (ed.) Legitimationsgrundlagen der Europäischen Union, Münster, Hamburg and London: LIT, pp. 117-132.
Bellamy, Richard (2008), “Evaluating Citizenship: Evaluating Union Citizenship: Belonging, Rights and Participation within the EU”, Citizenship Studies, forthcoming 2008
Bellamy, Richard (2008), “Introduction: European Political Science and the Law’ and ‘The Democratic Constitution: Why Europe Should Not Adopt American Style Judicial Review”, in Bellamy, Richard (ed) (2008), Symposium on ‘Should Europe Adopt the American Way of Law … And Has It Done So? , European Political Science, 7, pp. 4-8, 9-20.
Bellamy, Richard (2008), “Introduction: European Political Science and the Law’ and ‘The Democratic Constitution: Why Europe Should Not Adopt American Style Judicial Review”, in Bellamy, Richard (ed), Symposium on ‘Should Europe Adopt the American Way of Law … And Has It Done So? , European Political Science, 7, pp. 4-8, 9-20
Bellamy, Richard (2008), “Republicanism, Democracy and Constitutionalism”, in Laborde, C. and J. Maynor (eds), Republicanism and Political Theory, (Blackwell, 2008), pp. 159-189
Bellamy, Richard (2009), “The Republic of Reasons: Public Reasoning, Depoliticisation and Non-Domination”, in Besson, S. and J-L Marti (eds ), Legal Republicanism: National and International, (Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2009)
Bellamy, Richard (ed.) (2005), “Symposium on ‘A United States of Europe?”, European Political Science 4 (2), pp. 175-218.
Bellamy, Richard and Claudia Attucci (2009), “Normative Political Theory”, in Dietz, Thomas and A. Wiener (eds), European Integration Theory, 2nd ed., Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2009
Bellamy, Richard and Dario Castiglione (2005), “Za hranice pospolitosti a práv. Evropské ob anství a ctnosti participace” in Hrubec, Marek (ed.), Spor o Evropu: postdemokracie, nebo predemokracie? Praha: Filosofia, pp. 141-78.
Bellamy, Richard and Dario Castiglione (2006), “La legittimazione della forma di stato e della forma di governo europea: la svolta normativa negli studi sull’UE,” in Cingari, Salvatore (ed.), Europa, Cittadinanza, Confini: Dialogando con Etienne Baliiar, Lecce: Pensa Multimedia, pp. 291-335.
Bellamy, Richard and Dario Castiglione (2008), “Beyond Community and Rights: European Citizenship and the Virtues of Participation”, in Mouritsen, Per and Knud-Erik Jørgensen (eds.), Constituting Communities, London: Palgrave, pp. 162-86
Bellamy, Richard and Dario Castiglione (2008), “Il ruolo della democrazia nell’Unione europea”, Ragion Pratica,30, Giugno 2008, pp. 115-30.
Bellamy, Richard and Justus Schönlau (2005), “La normalité de la politique constitutionelle. Analyse de la rédaction de la Charte européenne des droits fondamentaux”,Archives de philosophie du droit, 49 (2006) pp. 85-108
Bellamy, Richard and Norberto Bobbio (2005), “Estado de Derecho y democracia,” Doxa: Cuadernos de filosofía del derecho 28, pp. 73-80.
Bellamy, Richard, Dario Castiglione and Jo Shaw (2006), “From National to Transnational Citizenship,” In Bellamy, Richard, Dario Castiglione, and Jo Shaw (eds.) Making European Citizens: Civic Inclusion, Palgrave-MacMillan, 1-28.
Castiglione, Dario (2004), “Delegation, insulation and democratic politics,” in Reflections on the future of democracy in Europe, Council of Europe Publishing (Proceeding of the Barcelona Conference, November 2004), pp. 89-94.
Castiglione, Dario (2005), “Are those that forget the past doomed to repeat it? A comment on Christian Jorges,” EUI Working Papers, Law, No. 2005/14
Castiglione, Dario (2005), “Did Europe need a Constitution? Between Facts and Theories” European political science, 4 (4), pp. 374-83.
Castiglione, Dario (2005), Review of K. Nuotio, “Europe in Search of ‘Meaning and Purpose”, Common Market Law Review 42 (6), pp. 1783-85.
Castiglione, Dario (2006), “We the Citizens? Representation and Participation in EU constitutional politics,” in Bellamy, Richard, Dario Castiglione, and Joe Shaw (eds.), Making European Citizens: Strategies for Civic Inclusion in a Transnational Context, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 75-95.
Castiglione, Dario (2007), “Review of Lynn Dobson and Andreas Føllesdal (eds.), Political Theory and the European Constitution“, Contemporary Political Theory, Vol. 6, Issue 1, pp.
Castiglione, Dario (2007), “Accountability”, in Bevir, Mark (ed.), Encyclopedia of Governance, Sage.
Castiglione, Dario (2007), “Representation” in Bevir, Mark (ed.), Encyclopedia of Governance, London: Sage.
Castiglione, Dario and Justus Schönlau (2006), “Constitutional Politics,” in Knud-Erik Jorgensen, Mark Pollack and Ben Rosamund (eds.), Handbook of European Union Politics,
Castiglione, Dario and Mark E. Warren (2004), “The Transformation of Democratic Representation,” Democracy and Society 2:1, pp. 20-22.
Føllesdal, Andreas (2005), “Justice, stability and toleration in a Federation of Well-ordered Peoples” In Martin, Rex and David Reidy (eds.). Reading Rawls’s The Law of Peoples. Oxford: Blackwell.
Føllesdal, Andreas (2005), “Normative Political Theories and the European Union,” In Cini, Michelle and Angela Bourne (eds.) Palgrave guide to European Union studies, Houndmills: Palgrave.
Føllesdal, Andreas (2005), “Towards a Stable Federal Finalité? Forms and Arenas of Institutional and National Balances in the Constitutional Treaty for Europe,” Journal of European Public Policy – Special Issue: Towards a Federal Europe? 12(3).
Føllesdal, Andreas (2006), “The value added of theories of deliberative democracy: where (not) to look,” in Besson, Samantha and José Luis Martí (eds.), Deliberative Democracy and Its Discontents, Ashgate.
Føllesdal, Andreas (2006), “Topics of Normative Political Theory about the European Union,” In Jorgensen, Knud Erik, Mark A. Pollack, and Ben Rosamund (eds.) Handbook of EU Politics, London: SAGE.
Føllesdal, Andreas (2008), “Equality of Education and Citizenship: Challenges of European Integration “, Studies in Philosophy and Education, Vol. 27 (5), pp. 335-354, http://www.springerlink.com/content/d00k26g5kj6u735t/
Føllesdal, Andreas (2008), “How to Organize Democracy in Multi-level and Multi-cultural States: Can it be done? Should it be done? in Kohler-Koch, B. (Ed.). Beijing, Chinese Academy of Social Science, forthcoming
Føllesdal, Andreas (2008), “Subsidiarität “, in Gosepath, S., W. Hinsch, and B. Rössler (eds.), Handbuch der Politischen Philosophie und Sozialphilosophie, Berlin: Gruyter.
Føllesdal, Andreas (2008), “Will the Reform Treaty Combat the Union’s Legitimacy Crisis? In Merle, J.C. (Ed.) The Legitimacy Problem of the European Union. LIT-Verlag.
Føllesdal, Andreas (2008), The Legitimacy Challenges for New Modes of Governance: Trustworthy Responsiveness. NEWGOV Report DTF/D09.
Føllesdal, Andreas (2009), “If there is no common and unique European identity, should we Create one?”, in Lippert-Rasmussen, K. et al. (Eds.) Multiculturalism and nationalism in a world of immigration, Basingstoke, Palgrave, forthcoming
Føllesdal, Andreas (2009), “International Law: moving beyond the State of Nature? Challenges and Three Responses”, in Emberland, M. and Eriksen, C. (Eds.) T.B.A. Oxford, Oxford University Press, forthcoming
Føllesdal, Andreas (2009), “When ‘Common Interests’ are not Common: why the ‘Global Basic Structure’ should be democratic”, [submitted]. Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies, forthcoming
Weale, Albert (2006), “Democratic Values, Political Legitimacy and European Governance”, in Ruzza, C. and V. della Sala (eds.), The Normaive Basis of Governance and Civil Society in the EU, Manchester: Manchester University Press.
Weale, Albert (2006), “Party Competition and Deliberative Democracy”, in Bara, J. and A. Weale (eds.), Party Competition and Political Democracy, London and New York: Routledge.
Weale, Albert (2007), “The Precautionary Principle in Environmental Politics”, in Jules, Pretty, Andrew S. Ball, Ted Benton, Julia S. Guivant, David R. Lee, David Orr, Max J. Peffer and Hugh Ward (eds), The SAGE Handbook of Environment and Society (Los Angeles: Sage, 2007), pp.590-600.
Weale, Albert (2008), “New Governance and Public Reasoning –Towards a Better Quality of EU Deliberation”, NEWGOV Policy Brief, n. 19, Spring 2008.
Weale, Albert and Deborah Savage (forthcoming), “Political Representation and the Normative Logic of Two-Level Games”, accepted for publication in the European Political Science Review
Weale, Albert and Deborah Savage (forthcoming), “The Normative Logic of Two-Level Games and the European Union”, revised submission to EJPP.
Weale, Albert and Hugh Ward (under review) “From Majority Rule to Majorities’ Rule”, submitted to Ethics

Contributions to conferences, workshops, lectures, etc.

Bellamy, Richard (2004), Between Past and Future: The Democratic Limits of EU. Public Lecture given at the Institute for the Study of Europe, Columbia University (with the collaboration of the Active Citizenship Foundation), 18 November 2004
Bellamy, Richard (2004), Constitution Making as Normal Politics. Paper presented at Centre de Recherche Sens, Ethique et Société (CERSES), Institut de Recherche sur les Sociétés Contemporaines (IRESCO), Paris, 29 November 2004.
Bellamy, Richard (2004), Constitution Making as Normal Politics. Paper presented at conference on “International Perspectives on Human Rights”, JURA GENTIUM, Centre for Philosophy of International Law and Global Politics, Dipartimento di Teoria e Storia del Diritto, Università di Firenze.
Bellamy, Richard (2004), Constitution Making as Normal Politics. Paper presented at Law Centre, University of New South Wales, 7 April 2005.
Bellamy, Richard (2004), Democracy and Constitutions: Does the One Need the Other? Paper presented at School of Public Policy, UCL, 15 December 2004.
Bellamy, Richard (2004), Which Constitution for What Kind of Europe? Paper presented at CIDEL Conference, Birkbeck College, University of London, 12 November 2004
Bellamy, Richard (2005), Between Past and Future: The Democratic Limits of EU. Jean Monnet Lecture given at CERC, University of Melbourne, 16 March 2005
Bellamy, Richard (2005), Between Substance and Procedure: Is there a Middle Way for Judicial Review? Paper presented at Conference on “Political Reflections on Modernity”, Academia Sinica, Taiwan, 8 December 2005
Bellamy, Richard (2005), Democracy and Constitutions: Does the One Need the Other? Social and Political Theory Seminar, ANU, 25 February 2005
Bellamy, Richard (2005), Democracy and Constitutions: Does the One Need the Other? Paper presented at IVR World Congress, Granada, 28 May 2005.
Bellamy, Richard (2005), Norberto Bobbio: The Rule of Law and the Rule of Democracy. Round table on Norberto Bobbio, World Congress IVR, Grenada, 27 May 2005
Bellamy, Richard (2005), Still in Deficit: Rights, Regulation and Democracy in the EU. Paper presented at Conference on “Shifting Boundaries of Sovereignty: Governance and Legitimacy in the EU and Australasia”, National Europe Centre, ANU, 22 March 2005
Bellamy, Richard (2005), Still in Deficit: Rights, Regulation and Democracy in the EU. Paper presented at Demcon 2005 Conference “Supranational Political Community: Substance? Conditions? Pitfalls?”, University of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, 1 October 2005
Bellamy, Richard (2006), Between Substance and Procedure: Is there a Middle Way for Judicial Review? Paper presented at Dipartimento di Diritto Pubblico - Università di Pisa
Bellamy, Richard (2006), Political Constitutionalism. Paper presented at APSA Panel on “The Americanisation of European Politics? I: Should Europe Adopt American Style Judicial Review”, 2 September 2006, Philadelphia, USA.
Bellamy, Richard (2006), Still in Deficit: Rights, Regulation and Democracy in the EU. Paper presented at Graduate School of Politics and International Studies, 17 February 2006, University of Hull
Bellamy, Richard (2006), Still in Deficit: Rights, Regulation and Democracy in the EU. Paper presented at IPSA Panel on “Democracy and New Modes of Governance”, 10 July 2006, Fukuoka, Japan.
Bellamy, Richard (2006), Still in Deficit: Rights, Regulation and Democracy in the EU. Paper presented at Jean Monnet Summer School, 11 September 2006, Università di Trento
Bellamy, Richard (2006), The Democratic Constitution. Department of Politics, University of Newcastle, 10 May 2006
Bellamy, Richard (2006), The Democratic Constitution. Department of Politics, University of Sheffield, 4 May 2006
Bellamy, Richard (2006), APSA 2006 panels on The Americanisation of European Politics: I: ‘Should Europe Adopt US Style Judicial Review?’, II: ‘Has Europe Adopted US Style Judicial Review?’ , 2 and 3 September 2006
Bellamy, Richard (2006), Organiser of IPSA 2006 panel on Is the EU Constitution Dead and Should We Mourn its Passing? 9 July 2006
Bellamy, Richard (2007), Are There Common European Values. Plenary Panel, UACES Annual Conference, Portsmouth, 4 September 2007
Bellamy, Richard (2007), Can There be EU Democracy Without Parties or Political Representation? Paper presented at Conference on “Federalizing the EU: Why Do It?”, Hellenic Centre for European Studies (EKEM), Athens, 19 May 2007
Bellamy, Richard (2007), Can There be EU Democracy Without Parties or Political Representation? Paper presented at Conference on “Governance and Regulation”, Dipartimento di Politica Diritto Societá “G. Mosca”, Università di Palermo, 23 May 07
Bellamy, Richard (2007), Democracy without Democracy? The Democratic Credentials of Non-majoritarian, Non-party Mechanisms within the EU. Paper presented at Manchester Centre for Political Theory (MANCEPT) Democracy: Theory and Practice Conference, 16 November 2007
Bellamy, Richard (2007), Democratic Governance Without Political Representation? Paper presented at Connex Thematic Conference on Political Representation, EUI, Florence, 25 May 2007
Bellamy, Richard (2007), Does Judicial Review Correct for the Failings of Democracy? Cross-London Seminar for Public Policy & Administration, King’s College, London, 20 March 2007
Bellamy, Richard (2007), Does the EU Promote Citizenship? Garnet Network, JERP
Bellamy, Richard (2007), Does the EU Promote Citizenship? Lecture given at “Citizenship, Migration and Identity” Conference, Department of Political, International and Policy Studies, University of Surrey, 17 March 2007
Bellamy, Richard (2007), Does the EU Promote Citizenship? Paper presented at the European Institute, LSE, 15 March 2007
Bellamy, Richard (2007), Liberty and Legitimacy in the EU’, Workshop on Democracy and Legitimacy in Europe. Paper presented at Istituto di Norvegia, Rome, 7 December 2007
Bellamy, Richard (2007), Public Reason and the Balance of Power. Paper presented at Pluralism and Political Justification Conference, UCL, 4 May 2007
Bellamy, Richard (2007), Republicanism, Democracy and Constitutionalism. Paper presented at Dipartimento di Teoria e Storia del Diritto, Università di Firenze, 22 May 2007
Bellamy, Richard (2007), Republicanism, Democracy and Constitutionalism. Paper presented at the Department of Government, University of Essex, 16 January 2007
Bellamy, Richard (2007), The European Citizen: Between Nationalism and Cosmopolitanism. Paper presented at Conference on “Europe, the Big Absentee”, Forum Maastricht, University of Maastricht, 10 May 2007
Bellamy, Richard (2007), The Europeans: The EU in Search of Political Legitimacy and Identity. Paper presented at Dipartimento di Filosofia, Università di Firenze, 26 May 2007
Bellamy, Richard (2008), Democracy without Democracy? The Democratic Credentials of Non-majoritarian, Non-party Mechanisms within the EU. Paper presented at Connex Thematic Conference on Political Representation, EUI, Florence, 24 April 2008
Bellamy, Richard (2008), Does the EU Promote Citizenship? Paper presented at the Department of Public Policy, Central European University, 7 March 2008
Bellamy, Richard (2008), My version of republicanism. Paper presented at a special ESRC funded seminar “Exploring the Limitations of Contemporary Liberal Democracy: Republicanism and Agonistic Pluralism”, comparing my work with that of the political theorist Chantal Mouffe, Centre for Theoretical Studies, University of Essex, 16.01.08
Bellamy, Richard (2008), No Delegation without Representation? Paper presented at Conference on Representation, University of Reading, 22 February 2008
Bellamy, Richard (2008), The Liberty of the Post-Moderns? Market Freedom and Civic Freedom in the EU. ESRC Seminar on Government and Freedom, Centre for ReseDarch on Socio-Cultural Change (CRESC), University of Manchester, 20 June 2008
Bellamy, Richard (2008), The Republic of Reasons: Depolitization, Democracy and Constitutionalism. Paper presented at APSA, Boston, 28 August 2008
Bellamy, Richard (2008), Two Challenges to Democratic Citizenship: Is the EU the Solution or Part of the Problem? Paper presented at the Institute for European Studies, ULB, 29 May 2008
Bellamy, Richard (2008), Two Challenges to Democratic Citizenship: Is the EU the Solution or Part of the Problem? Public Lecture given at The Institute of Philosophy at the School of Advanced Study, The Goethe Institute and The Institut Français, LSE co-sponsored by the LSE Forum for European Philosophy, 7 May 2008
Bellamy, Richard (2008), What’s Wrong with a British Bill of Rights? Paper presented at the Symposium on “A New Bill of Rights for the Twenty First Century? Rhetoric, Reality and Reason”, Human Rights Centre/Law Department, University of Essex (part of 25th Anniversary Celebrations for the Essex Human Rights Centre), 20 April 2008
Castiglione, Dario (2004), The democratic legitimacy of non-democratic institutions in contemporary societies. Paper presented at University of Columbia, September 2004
Castiglione, Dario (2004), Paper presented at ‘Democratic institutions and political parties – governance and decision making’ at the CoE Barcelona Conference on “The future of democracy in Europe”, 17-19 November 2004
Castiglione, Dario (2005), A community of Strangers? Paper presented at a panel on ‘The EU – A Political Community?’, as part of the Symposium on “Sovereignty – Law – Morals. State Power in the Era of Open Statehood”, Freie Universität, Berlin, April 2005
Castiglione, Dario (2005), A community of Strangers? The ties that bind the European Union. Paper presented at session on “Deep Diversity”, at a conference on “‘Ces Liens qui Unissent/The Ties that Bind’ Accommodating Complex Diversity in Canada and the European Union”, Brussels, November 2005
Castiglione, Dario (2005), Changing ideas of representation and accountability. Organisation of a panel at the 3rd ECPR Conference, September 2005
Castiglione, Dario (2005), Comment on C. Joerges “Confronting Memories” . Comment presented at CIDEL Conference on “Law and democracy in Europe’s post-national constellation”, Florence, 23-25 September 2005
Castiglione, Dario (2005), Participant in a Round table on the European Constitution, 3rd ECPR Conference, September 2005
Castiglione, Dario (2005), Representation re-examined: A theoretical agenda. Seminar at the New School University, New York, April 2005
Castiglione, Dario (2005), Two steps backward … one step forward? Paper presented at the Montreal Workshop on Constitution-making and democracy in multinational polities, Montreal October 2005
Castiglione, Dario (2006), Representation – A new theoretical agenda. Paper presented at UBC Vancouver, May 2006
Castiglione, Dario (2007), European Political Identity. Workshop in preparation of a CUP book on European Identity, Oslo, October 2007.
Castiglione, Dario (2007), La Cittadinanza Europea tra diritti, identità e partecipazione. Seminar for the Research Postgraduate Workshop, Dipartimento di Scienze Politiche, University of Palermo, October 2007.
Castiglione, Dario (2007), The role of political identity in European integration. Paper presented at EKEM 2007 Workshop on European Studies, Athens 18-20 May 2007
Castiglione, Dario (2008), No Delegation without Representation. NEWGOW Workshop, EUI, Florence, Spring 2008
Castiglione, Dario and Mark Warren (2005), Rethinking Representation: Seven Theoretical Issues. Paper presented at MPSA, Chicago, April 2005
Føllesdal, Andreas (2006), 7 steps toward more legitimate multi-level governance. Expert Seminar on The Interrelation between Regulatory Activities of the European Union and other International Organizations and its Effect on the State – Legal, Political and Philosophical Dimensions of Legitimacy, Accountability and the Rule of Law, The Hague, 26-27 June.
Føllesdal, Andreas (2006), Accountability as a means for legitimacy in new modes of EU governance. Paper presented at Connex Workshop “Accountability in the European Union Multi-level Governance System”, Lausanne, Switzerland, 23-24 June.
Føllesdal, Andreas (2006), Assessing the Constitutional Treaty of Europe: If the Constitutional Treaty was the solution. Convenor and Chair, panel on “The Democratic theory of New Modes of Governance”, IPSA Fukuoka Japan
Føllesdal, Andreas (2006), Does the Constitutional Treaty give the European Union a Consistent Human Rights Policy? Paper presented at American Political Science Association 2006 Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, 3 September.
Føllesdal, Andreas (2006), If there was no Common and Unique European or National Identity, would we have to Create One? Paper presented at Conference on “Multiculturalism, and Nationalism in a World of Immigration”, The Danish Research Network for Equality and Pluralism, University of Copenhagen, 8-9 May 2006.
Føllesdal, Andreas (2006), Mapping the Democratic Legitimacy of Power – How to Assess the “Democratic” or “Undemocratic” Nature of Political Organs, National or International Judicial Bodies, or International Organizations? Paper presented at Nordic Research Training Course: “Human Rights, Democracy and Constitutionalism” Copenhagen, 28 May - 2 June.
Føllesdal, Andreas (2006), On the Constitutional Treaty for Europe. China Autonomy Programme, Norwegian Centre for Human Rights.
Føllesdal, Andreas (2006), Subsidiarity and human rights in the European Union. Paper presented in Lhasa, Tibet, China, August 2006.
Føllesdal, Andreas (2006), Tensions Between Democracy and Human Rights Constraints. Paper presented at the University of Bern, Switzerland, 22 June.
Føllesdal, Andreas (2006), The Legitimacy of International Human Rights Judicial Review. Reconsidering Democracy and Human Rights in the Emerging Constellation of Transnational Power. Paper presented at American Political Science Association 2006 Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, 2 September.
Føllesdal, Andreas (2006), The Legitimacy of International Human Rights Judicial Review. Paper presented at International Colloquium on “Universalism in International Law and Political Philosophy”, University of Helsinki, 3-5 August 2006.
Føllesdal, Andreas (2006), What is New and What is Old? Reflections on the History of Ideas behind the Current Discussions on Human Rights, Democracy and Constitutionalism. Paper presented at Nordic Research Training Course “Human Rights, Democracy and Constitutionalism” Copenhagen, 28 May - 2 June
Føllesdal, Andreas (2006), Why the EU does not need a Uniform Approach to Human Rights. Paper presented at Workshop on “New Spaces of European Governance”, University of Vienna, 5-6 May.
Føllesdal, Andreas (2008), “On human rights and federalism: Constitutional Challenges” (to be further specified), Kathmandu, Nepal, 23-24 October 2008
Føllesdal, Andreas (2008), A Political Theory of Corporate Social Investing in Response to Globalization. Paper presented at Stockholm University, 5 December 2008
Føllesdal, Andreas (2008), Can rights make citizens? From international human rights to transnational citizenship. Paper presented at “Issues for Citizenship in a Globalised World”, CÉRIUM Annual Conference, University of Montreal, 4 April 2008
Føllesdal, Andreas (2008), China Minority Rights - Research Challenges. Paper presented at Conference on “Minority Rights in China”, Voksenåsen, 28 February 2008
Føllesdal, Andreas (2008), Comments on Mary Robinson: Human rights and legal empowerment. Paper presented at University of Oslo, 4 September 2008
Føllesdal, Andreas (2008), Does the EU need to become more democratic? And Risse, Ropp Sikkink on Human Rights. STV forelesning, 23 September 2008
Føllesdal, Andreas (2008), Drafting a European Constitution Challenges and Opportunitites. Martin Chautari, Kathmandu, Nepal, 24 March 2008
Føllesdal, Andreas (2008), International human rights courts - Democratic? Legitimate? A modest defense. Paper presented at University of Pittsburgh, 31 March 2008
Føllesdal, Andreas (2008), Normative Issues of Global Democracy. Discussant. International Studies Association, San Francisco, 26 March 2008
Føllesdal, Andreas (2008), On Chaim Gans: Just Zionism (Oxford UP 2008) . Paper presented on Panel “Author Meets Critics”, Bard College, New York, 24 September 2008
Føllesdal, Andreas (2008), On deliberative democracy. Panel, American Political Science Association, Boston, 28 August 2008
Føllesdal, Andreas (2008), On Nordic Human Rights Judicial Review. Paper presented at NOPSA, Tromsø, 8 August 2008
Føllesdal, Andreas (2008), On the Ethics Council of the Norwegian Pension Fund. Paper presented in Seoul, South Korea, 2 December 2008
Føllesdal, Andreas (2008), On the Lisbon Treaty. Paper presented at Conference on “The Lisbon Treaty and Beyond: Hype, Hopes and Fairytales”, Oxford University, 2 May 2008
Føllesdal, Andreas (2008), On The White Paper on Governance. Paper presented at The Committee of the Regions, Brussels, 10 September 2008
Føllesdal, Andreas (2008), On Waldron’s arguments against judicial review. Paper presented at NCHR/CSMN Workshop, 16 June 2008
Føllesdal, Andreas (2008), Ordstyrer. Studentersamfunnet debatt om Ekspertveldet, 20 August 2008
Føllesdal, Andreas (2008), Paris: On Legitimacy in Normative Political Philosophy. Part of Preparatory Workshop, ‘Should States Ratify Human Rights Conventions’, 27 November 2008
Føllesdal, Andreas (2008), Should states ratify human rights conventions? Paper presented at Moral Philosophy Club, CSMN, 20 May 2008
Føllesdal, Andreas (2008), The Cheery and Dark sides of Globalisation and Europeanisation. STVforelesning, 16 September 2008
Føllesdal, Andreas (2008), The Legitimacy Challenge for New Modes of Governance: Normative Standards and Compliance Issues. NEWGOV, EUI, Florence, 5 June 2008
Føllesdal, Andreas (2008), The Lisbon Treaty and the Union’s Legitimacy Crisis – On Democracy, Participation and Representation. Salzburg, 8 May 2008
Føllesdal, Andreas (2008), When ‘Common Interests’ are not Common: Why the ‘Global Basic Structure’ should be Democratic. Kandersteg, Switzerland, 19 January 2008
Føllesdal, Andreas (2008), Why the European Convention on Human Rights and its court might be legitimate. Paper presented at NCHR/CSMN Workshop, 16 June 2008
Føllesdal, Andreas (2008), Why the European Court on Human Rights might be legitimate. Paper presented at NCHR/CSMN Workshop, 20 June 2008
Weale, Albert (2002), Democratic Citizenship and the EU: the Logic of Citizenship. University of Essex, Department of Government, departmental seminar, 26 October 2002.
Weale, Albert (2004), Democratic Citizenship and the EU: The Case of Environmental Pollution. Paper presented at University of Hull Conference, 26 November 2004.
Weale, Albert (2004), Democratic Citizenship and the EU: The Case of the Common Foreign and Security Policy. Paper presented at University of Exeter conference, 12 December 2004.
Weale, Albert (2005), Democratic Citizenship and the EU: the Case of Social Policy. Paper presented at London School of Economics conference, 10 March 2005.
Weale, Albert (2007), Public Participation and Public Reason’, The Normative Implications of New Forms of Participation for Domestic Policy Processes. Paper presented at Cinefogo Workshop, organised by University of Trento, Rome, 4-5 October 2007.
Weale, Albert (2008), What Exactly is the Problem of Accountability in New Modes of Governance? Paper presented at NEWGOV final conference, EUI, Florence, May 2008.
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