Mila Versteeg (Virginia) and Emily Zackin (Hunter): American Constitutional Exceptionalism Revisited. Aziz Z. Huq (Chicago): Standing for the Structural Constitution; and Coasean Bargaining Over the Structural Constitution. Eugene Goodheart (Brandeis): The Constitution: Dead or Alive. Gerard N. Magliocca (Indiana): Constitutional Change and Coercion. Wojciech Sadurski (Sydney): Motives and Effects in the US Constitutional Law and Theory. Matthew P. Downer and Suzanna Sherry (Vanderbilt): The People or the Court: Who Reigns Supreme, How, and Why? Jason Marisam (Hamline): Constitutional Self-Interpretation. Marc O. DeGirolami (St. John's) and Kevin C. Walsh (Richmond): Judge Posner, Judge Wilkinson, and Judicial Critique of Constitutional Theory. Louis Michael Seidman (Georgetown): Constitutional Skepticism: A Recovery and Preliminary Evaluation. Adam Lamparello and Charles E. MacLean (Indiana Tech): The Separate But Unequal Constitution. Ran Hirschl (Toronto): Dysfunctional? Dissonant? Demode? America’s Constitutional Woes in Comparative Perspective. Jack Michael Beermann (BU): The New Constitution of the United States: Do We Need One and How Would We Get One? Aziz Z. Huq (Chicago): The Function of Article V. Tom Ginsburg (Chicago) and James Melton (UCL): Does the Constitutional Amendment Rule Matter at All? Amendment Cultures and the Challenges of Measuring Amendment Difficulty. Eric Posner on how the U.S. constitution is impossible to amend. George Skouras on American constitutionalism and dualist democracy: A brief reply and critique of Ackerman’s “We the People”. The end of constitutional law? Adam Shinar reviews On Constitutional Disobedience by Louis Michael Seidman.
John Williams (Singapore Management): Moore’s Paradox and the Priority of Belief Thesis and The Completeness of the Pragmatic Solution to Moore's Paradox in Belief. Cynthia Lee (GWU) and Peter Kar Yu Kwan (Golden Gate): The Trans Panic Defense: Heteronormativity, and the Murder of Transgender Women. From the inaugural issue of Archenemy magazine, rather than wonder if video games are art themselves, glitch art uses mistakes in video games as a medium to create artwork built around failure. Geoff Manaugh on how the Earth was almost fried back in 2012. Timothy Snyder on Ukraine: The antidote to Europe’s fascists? Joe the Plumber to parents of Elliot Rodger’s victims: “Your dead kids don’t trump my Constitutional rights”. Here's basically every pro-gun cliche that exists on the Internet. David Weigel on three reasons that the Santa Barbara mass shooting won't result in any new gun laws. Tara Culp-Ressler on a chilling new website that documents what happens to women who reject men’s sexual advances. About ideas: The Washington Post’s PostEverything is an attempt to expand the conversation outward. The return of political correctness: Henry Price on culture wars and creative de[con]struction. Sam Knight on the empire of Alain de Botton. How did the universe get so complicated? We live in a random universe, explains Marcus Chown. Richard J. Evans reviews Burning the Reichstag: An Investigation into the Third Reich’s Enduring Mystery by Benjamin Carter Hett.
Matthew Beard (Notre Dame-Australia): Shielding Humanity: A New Approach to Military Honour. Matthew David Burris (USAF): Thinking Slow About Sexual Assault in the Military. From The New Yorker, a review essay by George Packer on how soldiers write their wars. David DesRosiers reviews Valor: Unsung Heroes from Iraq, Afghanistan, and the Home Front by Mark Lee Greenblatt. A legacy of pain and pride: A nationwide poll of Iraq and Afghanistan veterans reveals the profound and enduring effects of war on the 2.6 million who have served. Reconsidering the "Good War": Robert Zaretsky reviews What Soldiers Do: Sex and the American GI in World War II France by Mary Louise Roberts. One Percent Republic: Without citizen soldiers, plutocracy rises unchecked. We are not drones: Chris Powell on how pilots, sensor operators put human element in RPA operations. From Soldiers, Elizabeth M. Collins on the day the world went black: Soldiers blinded in the line of duty (and part 2). Do military women want combat jobs? The survey numbers say yes — and so do more than 9,000 combat action badges. Philip Gourevitch on knowing war intimately. The tender underbelly of soldiers: Nathan Deuel reviews Redeployment by Phil Klay (and more). Tom Gallagher reviews Breach of Trust: How Americans Failed Their Soldiers and Their Country by Andrew J. Bacevich. Igor Volsky on why veterans still love the VA. Rogue element: Nadya Labi on how an anti-government militia grew on a U.S. Army base. Hidden heroes: Rajeev Ramchand, Terri Tanielian, and David M. Adamson on how America's military caregivers serve in the shadow of war — and of the wounded.