Saturday, July 21, 2012

Towards a New History of European Law

[I'm moving this post up, as I've recently learned that Cambridge Journals is granting free access to this issue until November 30, 2012.  Try accessing it here.]

Contemporary European History is out with a special issue (Volume 21, Issue 03, August 2012), entitled Towards a New History of European Law.  Here is the table of contents:

Towards a New History of European Law
BILL DAVIES and MORTEN RASMUSSEN

The Debate about a European Institutional Order among International Legal Scholars in the 1920s and its Legacy
JEAN-MICHEL GUIEU

Negotiating the Foundations of European Law, 1950–57: The Legal History of the Treaties of Paris and Rome
ANNE BOERGER-DE SMEDT

On Democratic Concerns and Legal Traditions: The Dutch 1953 and 1956 Constitutional Reforms ‘Towards’ Europe
KARIN VAN LEEUWEN

Establishing a Constitutional Practice of European Law: The History of the Legal Service of the European Executive, 1952–65
MORTEN RASMUSSEN

Constructing and Legitimating: Transnational Jurist Networks and the Making of a Constitutional Practice of European Law, 1950–70
ALEXANDRE BERNIER

Pushing Back: What Happens When Member States Resist the European Court of Justice? A Multi-Modal Approach to the History of European Law
BILL DAVIES

The Difficult Path to an Economic Rule of Law: European Competition Policy, 1950–91
LAURENT WARLOUZET and TOBIAS WITSCHKE

The Critical Promise of the New History of European Law
PETER L. LINDSETH

We Are The State We Seek: Everyday Life in Czechoslovakia and East Germany, 1945–89
ANNEMARIE SAMMARTINO

Remembering Communism During and After Communism (review article)
ULF BRUNNBAUER

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