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Adjunct Professor of International Law
Professor of Comparative Constitutionalism, University of Bologna
|Background and Education|
Professor Mancini has served as visiting professor at Fordham School of Law (NYC), the University of Toulouse, the Central European University, the Interdisciplinary Center (Israel); also a Floersheimer fellow and visiting professor at the Benjamin N. Cardozo Law School and a Fernand Braudel Senior Fellow at the European University Institute; a lecturer at several European and non-European universities including Yale, Oxford, Columbia, Toronto, Montreal, Maurer School of Law, University College London, Oslo University and Åbo Akademi University; a member of the Executive Committee of the International Association of Constitutional Law and the Center for Constitutional Studies and Democratic Development. Ph.D., European University Institute.
Constitutional Secularism in an Age of Religious Revival, co-edited (2013); "Secession and Self-Determination," in Oxford Handbook of Comparative Constitutional Law (2012); "The Crucifix Rage: Supra-National Constitutionalism Bumps Against the Counter-Majoritarian Difficulty," in European Constitutional Law Review (2010); "To Be or Not To Be Jewish: The Supreme Court of the United Kingdom Answers The Question," in European Constitutional Law Review (2010); "The Judge as Moral Arbiter? The Case of Abortion," co-author, in Constitutional Topography: Constitutions and Values (2010); "The Power of Symbols and Symbols as Power: Secularism and Religion as Guarantors of Cultural Convergence," in Cardozo Law Review (2009); "Rethinking the Boundaries of Democratic Secession: Liberalism, Nationalism and the Right of Minorities to Self-Determination," in International Journal of Constitutional Law (2008); "Language Rights as Cultural Rights: A European Perspective," co-author, in Cultural Rights as Human Rights (2008).