Constitutional Studies in Print
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Edited by Howard Schweber, University of Wisconsin–Madison
Managing Editor Christopher Krewson, University of Wisconsin–Madison
ISSN: 2474-9427, e-ISSN: 2474-9419
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Constitutional Studies publishes work from a variety of disciplines that addresses the theory and practice of constitutional government. The journal seeks work of the highest quality that expands our understanding of constitutional democratic institutions and the bases for their legitimacy, practices of constitutional self-government, formal and informal constitutional systems, approaches to constitutional jurisprudence, and related subjects. We welcome submissions from a comparative, empirical, historical, normative, or analytic perspective from scholars across the range of the social sciences and humanities. All submissions will be subjected to double-blind peer review.
The journal is affiliated with the Center for the Study of Liberal Democracy and supported by generous funding from the Bradley Foundation.