Yearbook

Since 2011, selected contributions to the annual CEE Forum Conference have been published in our “Central and Eastern European Forum for Legal, Political, and Social Theory Yearbook”. It is published with Peter Lang International Academic Publishers. See more information on the book series on Web www.peterlang.com.

Vol. 6 (2016): "Global Governance and Its Effects on State and Law"
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The sixth yearbook, containing selected contributions of the 2015 conference in Sofia, was recently published.

Belov, Martin (ed.): Global Governance and Its Effects on State and Law. Frankfurt/M. et al. 2016, 243 pp., 2 fig. b/w
ISBN 978-3-631-67308-9 pb.

The yearbook contains 12 papers in six sections "Global Governance and Transformation of Capitalism", "Globalisation, Crisis of Territoriality, and Reshaping of Communities", "Constitutional Geometry and Constitutional Identity in an Increasingly Pluralist Global Legal Setting", "Global Governance and its Effects on Human Rights", "Global Governance, Transgeneration Justice, and Rights of the Future Generations", and "Global Governance and its Infuence on Law Application and Legal Dispute Resolution". For more details see the Web publicity flyer.

Vol. 5 (2015): "Law and State"
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The fifth yearbook, containing selected contributions of the 2014 conference in Zagreb, was recently published.

Burazin, Luka/Gardašević, Đorđe/Sardo, Alessio (eds.) Law and State. Classical Paradigms and Novel Proposals. Frankfurt/M. et al. 2015, 221pp. ISBN 978-3-631-66692-0 pb.

The yearbook contains 12 papers in four sections "Law and State", "Methodological Approaches", "Language of Law", and "Constitutional and EU Law". For more details see the Web publicity flyer.

Vol. 4 (2014): "Law, Politics, and the Constitution"
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2014 CEE Forum Yearbook: "Law, Politics, and the Constitution"

The fourth yearbook, containing selected contributions of the 2013 conference in Greifswald, was recently published. 

Geisler, Antonia/Hein, Michael/Hummel, Siri (eds.): Law, Politics, and the Constitution. New Perspectives from Legal and Political Theory. Frankfurt/Main et al. 2014, 217pp. ISBN 978-3-631-65464-4 pb.

The yearbook contains 14 papers in four sections "Constitutional Review and the Separation of Powers", "Constitutional Review in East Central European Countries", "Theorising the European Union: Constitution, Division of Power, and Sovereignty" and "The Common Good, Constitutional Rights and Individual Obligations". For more details see the Web publicity flyer

Vol. 3 (2014): "The Rule of Law and the Challenges to Jurisprudence"
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2014 CEE Forum Yearbook: „The Rule of Law and the Challenges to Jurisprudence“

The third yearbook, containing selected contributions of the 2012 conference in Celje, was published in 2014:

Cserne, Péter / Könczöl, Miklós / Soniewicka, Marta (eds.): The Rule of Law and the Challenges to Jurisprudence. Selected Papers Presented at the Fourth Central and Eastern European Forum for Legal, Political and Social Theorists, Celje, 23-24 March 2012. Frankfurt/Main et al. 2014, 148 pp. ISBN 978-3-631-64381-5 pb.

The yearbook contains ten papers in the five sections "Re-reading the Classics", "Jurisprudential Methodology", "Legal Reasoning and Objectivity", "Judiciary, Legitimacy, Democracy" and "The Boundaries of Criminal Justice". For more details see the  publicity flyer  100.62 kb.

 

Vol. 2 (2012): "Jurisprudence and Political Philosophy in the 21st Century"
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2012 CEE Forum Yearbook: „Jurisprudence and Political Philosophy in the 21st Century“

The second yearbook, containing selected contributions of the 2011 conference in Belgrade, was published in 2012:

Jovanović, Miodrag A. / Spaić, Bojan (eds.): Jurisprudence and Political Philosophy in the 21st Century. Reassessing Legacies. Frankfurt/Main et al. 2012, VIII, 167 pp. ISBN 978-3-631-62207-0 hb.

The yearbook contains 13 papers in the four sections "Reassessing Old Jurisprudential Accounts", "Methodological Debates in Contemporary Jurisprudence", "Legacies of 20th Century Legal Positivism" and "Justice after Rawls". For more details see the  publicity flyer  82.42 kb.

Book review: Oliver W. Lembcke, in: Web Zeitschrift für Parlamentsfragen 1/2015 , pp. 217-219 (in German).
 

 

Vol. 1 (2011): "Legal and Political Theory in the Post-National Age"
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2011 CEE Forum Yearbook: „Legal and Political Theory in the Post-National Age“

The first yearbook, containing selected contributions of the 2010 conference in Budapest, was published in 2011:

Cserne, Péter / Könczöl, Miklós (eds.): Legal and Political Theory in the Post-National Age. Selected papers presented at the Second Central and Eastern European Forum for Legal, Political and Social Theorists (Budapest, 21-22 May 2010). Frankfurt/Main et al. 2011. XII, 196 pp., 2 graphs. ISBN 978-3-631-61582-9 hb.

The yearbook contains 14 papers in the four sections “Concepts and Methods in Legal Theory”, “New Challenges in Ethics and Moral Philosophy”, “Courts Acting and Interacting” and “Law and Politics in International Relations”. For more details see the  publicity flyer  95.06 kb.

Book Review: György Gajduschek, in: Web Jogi Iránytű 2/2012, pp. 31f. (in Hungarian).

Publication of Contributions to the 2009 Conference

12 of the presentations of the 2009 conference in Krakow were published in a special issue Humanitas Journal of European studies, issue III (2009), which also included the full conference program and some photos Web http://www.tif.us.edu.pl/.