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CAS SEE Seminars with Guests: Chris Thornhill

Changing security constitution

On Thursday, February 3rd at 10 am, we hosted CAS SEE Weekly Seminar with Chris Thornhill, presented by our Fellow Gabriel Rezende de Souza Pinto.

Professor Thornhill will present a talk titled “Changing security constitution” and will discuss issues related to populism, constitutionalism and democracy from a historical-sociological perspective.

Chris Thornhill is Professor of Law at the University of Manchester. He has extensively written on the subjects of Sociology of Constitutions, Global Law and Political Theory. Among other very influential works, he is the author of A Sociology of Constitutions: Constitutions and State Legitimacy in Historical-Sociological Perspective (Cambridge University Press, 2011) and The Sociology of Law and the Global Transformation of Democracy (Cambridge University Press, 2018). Thornhill is a member of Academia Europaea, and is the recipient of the World Complexity Science Academy Award for Lifetime Achievement.

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