Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Professor Saul Cornell on originalism and popular constitutionalism.

Saul Cornell--affiliated faculty in American Studies and the Paul and Diane Guenther chair of American history at Fordham--has been writing critically about "Originalism" in constitutional interpretation. The Fordham American Studies blog has called attention to his work before. Recently his writing on this topic--notably this article on New Originalism and popular constitutionalism--has been generating a bit of buzz in the blogosphere, notably in The Faculty Lounge (a blog about law, culture and academia), where he's referred to as "the ever-thoughtful Saul Cornell" and on The Originalism Blog.

1 comment:

Professor Glenn Hendler said...

See also Saul Cornell's guest blog at The Faculty Lounge: