Recordings-Only Option -- Modern Challenges in Constitutionalism
**This course is now fully subscribed. Enrollment for the live course is closed. However, recordings can be made available to registrants at the end of the course. Registration for this recordings-only option is open.**
This course offers an extraordinary opportunity to engage in live discussion and debate on today's major questions in constitutionalism with the following distinguished experts: Bruce Ackerman (Yale University), Carlos Bernal (Constitutional Court of Colombia), Rosalind Dixon (University of New South Wales), Menaka Guruswamy (Supreme Court of India), Ran Hirschl (University of Toronto), Vicki Jackson (Harvard University), David Landau (Florida State University), Mark Tushnet (Harvard University), and Mila Versteeg (University of Virginia).
Directed by Richard Albert, this course will confront the most pressing challenges to constitutionalism, including how to contain the rise of populist movements, what should be the role of courts in a constitutional democracy, whether and why constitutional rights matter in a liberal democracy, how the digital age will transform self-governance, and what theory and practice suggest a modern separation of powers requires, among other crucial subjects in public law.