Readership: Academics and students of the social sciences; Lawyers working in international law, constitutional law, private law, legal theory; transnational policy makers.
Gunther Teubner, Professor of Law, International University College, Turin, and Excellence Cluster "Normative Orders", Goethe-Universität Frankfurt
Gunther Teubner is Professor of comparative private law and legal sociology at the International University College at Torino. He is former Otto Kahn Freund Professor at the London School of Economics. At present he is Principal Investigator at the Excellence Cluster "Normative Orders" at the Goethe-University Frankfurt. He taught at the European University Institute Florence, Italy, and at the universities of Bremen and Frankfurt. He was Visiting Professor in Berkeley, Ann Arbor, Stanford, Leyden, Toronto, Berlin, and Maastricht. He received honorary
doctorates from the universities Lucerne, Napoli, Tiflis, Macerata, Lund.
"sociologists of law and constitutionalism now have powerful methodological tools, a sociological conceptual framework, and invaluable sources of the new constitutional imagination which has capacity to accommodate even recent elaborations on Nietzsche's theory of command structures." - Jiri Priban (Cardiff University), Journal of Law and Society
1: The New Constitutional Question
2: Societal Constitutionalism in the Nation State
3: Transnational Constitutional Subjects: Regimes, Organisations, Networks
4: Transnational Constitutional Norms: Functions, Arenas, Processes, Structures
5: Transnational Constitutional Rights: Horizontal Effect
6: Colliding Constitutions