Professor of Political Science
- Name: Professor Richard Bellamy
- Position: Professor of Political Science
- Professor Bellamy will be on leave from UCL until May 2019
- Telephone: 020 7679 4980
- Fax: 020 7679 4969
- Email: email@example.com
Richard Bellamy joined UCL in October 2005 as the first Professor of
Political Science. He was founding Head of the new Department and Director of
the School of Public Policy from 2005-2010 and Director of UCL's European Institute, which he set up, from 2010-13. He was educated at the University of
Cambridge and the European University Institute at Florence. After
three years as a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at Nuffield College,
Oxford he went on to lectureships at Cambridge and Edinburgh and then
to Chairs at the Universities of East Anglia, Reading and Essex. He is currently on exceptional leave from UCL until May 2019 to act as Director of the Max Weber Programme at the European University Institute, Florence.
held Visiting Fellowships at Nuffield College, Oxford; the EUI in
Florence, Australia National University (ANU), the Centre for Advanced Study (CAS) in Oslo and the Hanse Wissenschaft-Kolleg in Delmenhorst. He was Academic
Director of the European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR) from
2002-2006 and was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA)
in 2002 and a member of the Academy of Social Sciences (AcSS) in 2008. Richard is the Founding Chair of the Britain and Ireland Association of Political Thought and a member of the Politics and International Relations Panel, UK Research Evaluation Framework (REF) 2014. He is the recipient of a Leverhulme Research Fellowship for 2012-2014 for a project on 'A Republic of European States: Cosmopolitanism, Republicanism and the EU', which he is working on with Dario Castiglione.
Awarded the Serena Medal by the British Academy, given `for eminent services towards the furtherance of the study of Italian history, literature, art or economics'.
Richard Bellamy appointed Member of the Politics and International Relations Panel, UK Research Evaluation Framework (REF) 2014.
Richard Bellamy awarded Leverhulme Research Fellowship 2012-2014 for project on A Republic of European States: Cosmopolitanism, Republicanism and the EU.
main research interests are in European Social and Political Theory
post-1750, Contemporary Analytical Legal and Political Philosophy,
Public Ethics, and the application of normative theory to the
understanding of citizenship, democracy and constitutionalism in modern
societies. He has been a leading figure in the normative study of the
European Union and directed a number of prominent ESRC and European
Commission research projects in this area. In 2012 he was awarded the Serena Medal by the British Academy, given for 'eminent services towards the furtherance of the study of Italian history, literature, art or economics'.
He has written 7
monographs to date, edited or co-edited a further 20 volumes and is the
author of over a 100 journal articles and book chapters. His books
include Modern Italian Social Theory: Ideology and Politics from
Pareto to the Present, Liberalism and Modern Society: An Historical
Argument; Liberalism and Pluralism: Towards a Politics of Compromise and, as editor or co-editor,
Victorian Liberalism, Constitutionalism in Transformation, Pluralism
and Liberal Neutrality, Citizenship and Governance in the EU; Political
Concepts, The Cambridge History of Twentieth Century Political
Thought; Lineages of European Citizenship and Making European Citizens.
He has also edited scholarly editions of works by Beccaria, Bobbio and
Gramsci. His publications have been translated into several languages,
including Arabic, Chinese, Czech, French, Indonesian, Italian,
Japanese, Portuguese, Spanish and Turkish. His most recent books are Political Constitutionalism, published by Cambridge University Press in 2007 and Citizenship: A Very Short Introduction,
which came out with Oxford University Press in 2008. He is currently
writing a study of Political Leadership provisionally titled The Democratic Prince, a book on Constitutionalism for Polity Press and (with Dario Castiglione) a monograph applying republican theory to the EU.
He is on the editorial board of the British
Journal of Politics and International Relations, Government and
Opposition, Modern Italy, Journal of Modern Italian Studies, Res
Publica: A Journal of Legal and Social Philosophy, The European Legacy:
Towards New Paradigms, European Political Science, and Diacritica:
Philosophy. He is an associate editor of the European Journal of Political Theory and the new ECPR journal European Political Science Review. He co-edits the journal CRISPP (Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy).
He has appeared on TV and radio in Britain and abroad, and written for major newspapers and reviews such as The Guardian and Times Literary Supplement.
You can download some of Richard's past and recent papers from his SSRN Author page:
PhD Student Supervision
Richard has successfully supervised 20 PhD students on topics relating to different areas of his research, with thesis subjects ranging from studies of Thomas Reid, T H Green and Antonio Gramsci, to feminist theories of care and free speech, explorations of political liberalism and Irish nationalism, the implications of republican theory for global justice, and normative accounts of the European Union, citizenship and constitutionalism. He is currently first supervisor for 4 PhD students.
Richard is on leave until May 2019 as Director of the Max Weber Programme at the European University Institute in Florence and will not be teaching or taking on new PhD students until his return.
SPP On-line Publications Database
Monographs (from 2001 - )
|Rethinking Liberalism, (Continuum, 2000; reissued 2005, translated into Chinese). Read more about this book.|
Winner of the 2009 David and Elaine Spitz Prize.
Political Constitutionalism: A Republican Defence of the Constitutionality of Democracy, Cambridge University Press, 2007. Read more about this book.
'an excellent means of exposing brighter law students to high-level political theory and offers a salutary rebuff to lawyers' hubris.'
Times Higher Education
‘The author’s claims are defended by an array of forceful arguments, clearly expounded; and the work provides an impressive overview of current debates over democracy and judicial review … No legal constitutionalist could fail to enjoy the stimulating challenge Bellamy’s new book provides.’
Cambridge Law Journal
‘… broad-ranging and ambitious ... he does the great service of reminding us of the important role that political actions (such as bargaining and compromising) and political institutions (such as political parties and various electoral systems) have to play as (democratic) alternatives to judicial intervention in the upholding of rights.’
Political Studies Review.
‘This dense monograph is a timely and very important contribution to contemporary normative debates on democracy … Bellamy’s outstanding contribution is to demonstrate the implications that the principle of non-domination has for understanding the nature and norms of democracy’.
European Political Science: Reviews
`Richard Bellamy has written a powerful critique of judicial review. At the same time, he has offered a serious, sustained defense of unicameral parliamentary supremacy ... the array [of arguments] he marshals is impressive, drawing on political science as well as moral, political,and legal theory ... in his well-researched book ...'
International Journal of Constitutional Law
`A welcome reminder of how effective the politics of democratic opposition, compromise, representation, and so on are at ensuring the preservation of values that Republicans and the liberal tradition both prize.’
Modern Law Review
`This is a complex and sometimes dense argument, which takes considerable trouble to engage with hard cases and to address potential criticisms. In particular, it constitutes a significant contribution to discussion of the institutional requirements of non-domination. Even those who disagree with Bellamy’s conclusions will be challenged by his arguments, and will benefit from following his close engagement with a comprehensive range of arguments in legal theory and political philosophy, and the way in which evidence from political science is brought to bear on these debates.’
Contemporary Political Thought
Citizenship: A Very Short Introduction, Oxford University Press, 2008. Read more about this book.
‘Citizenship is a vast subject for a short introduction, but Richard Bellamy has risen to the challenge with aplomb … [M]ost academics would have played safe by rehearsing the views of others with a few critical comments. Bellamy has been much bolder … he advances a distinctive and provocative view of citizenship … as ‘the right to have rights’ … One can only hope that well-argued and highly principled tracts like this will remind governments and voters that citizenship involves duties as well as rights.’
Times Literary Supplement
Edited books (from 2001 - )
(Co-editor with Alex Warleigh), Citizenship and Governance in the European Union, (London: Continuum, 2001; resissued 2005). Read more about this book.
'The book not only reflects the great variety of fields in which EU citizenship has become an important concept for understanding the political character of the EU, but provides... a profound analysis of both its theoretical implications and its practical development in the Euro-Polity'.
West European Politics
'This is a most useful book, both for those interested in the detailed developments of the European union and theorists who are concerned with the question of the state and sovereignty'.
European Foreign Affairs
|(Editor), Italian Intellectuals and Politics, a special issue of the Journal of Modern Italian Studies, 6, n. 2, 151-270 (2001). Read more about this book.|
(Co-editor with Andrew Mason), Political Concepts, (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2003). Read more about this book.
'an intelligent review of political concepts'
Australian Journal of Political Science.
'... the essays ... reveal the larger philosophical and political debates lying just below the surface of the concept … To compress all of these essays into one volume is itself a notable achievement.'
Perspectives on Political Science.
(Co-editor with T. Ball), The Cambridge History of Twentieth Century
Political Thought, (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2003). Read more about this book.
'... an impressive work of reference ... this is an indispensable map. If you care about politics and agree with Keynes that ideas matter, you will find this an essential reference tool.'
'... completely indispensable to those concerned with this general field' English Historical Review
'this is a splendid volume.' Canadian Journal of Political Science
'... provides an interesting and wide-ranging analysis.'
'This really excellent collection provides a valuable background to political philosophy. ... its 28 essays are of a consistently high standard.'
(Co-editor with Dario Castiglione and Emilio Santoro), Lineages of
European Citizenship: Rights, Belonging and Participation in Eleven
Nation States, (Palgrave, 2004). Read more about this book.
'the general introduction, written by co-editor Richard Bellamy, raises a very inspiring framework for citizenship studies'
'this volume is extremely valuable. It is essential reading for scholars interested in two different but at the same time interrelated processes of the development of national and common European citizenship.'
West European Politics
'This critical and comparative study is a useful basis for further research on citizenship and Europeanization.'
British Journal of Sociology
'The principal value of the current volume is in some extremely penetrating accounts of national traditions, to our understanding of which it makes valuable contributions.'
English Historical Review
(Editor), The Rule of Law and the Separation of Powers, International
Library of Essays in Law and Legal Theory - Second Series,
Ashgate/Dartmouth, 2005. Read more about this book.
'a welcome addition to the literature ... seventeen articles by leading scholars... are preceded by a lengthy introduction in which Bellamy not only summarizes the contributions of the authors contained in the book, but offers his own valuable insights into the rule of law.'
Law and Politics Book Review.
(Editor), Constitutionalism and Democracy, International Library of
Essays in Law and Legal Theory - Second Series, (Ashgate/Dartmouth,
2006). Read more about this book.
'This volume provides a comprehensive compilation of contemporary essays on the tension between constitutionalism and democracy ... [A]ll essays have been chosen carefully [and] are closely related to each other, like in a dialogue, which adds considerably to their individual qualities ... This book will therefore be highly valuable not only for graduates or postgraduates but will also become an essential tool for all academics interested in this topic.'
Political Studies Review.
(Co-editor with D. Castiglione and J. Shaw), Making European Citizens:
Civic Inclusion in a Transnational Context (Palgrave, 2006). Read more about this book.
‘The book is well written and gives the reader a new way of approaching European citizenship … highly recommended.’
Political Studies Review
`Extremely timely … a genuinely informative book, which helps to enhance our understanding of the obstacles to participation, representation and identity formation within the EU … highly recommended.’
Journal of Common Market Studies
‘The merit of the present volume is that it shows how far the EU is from replicating the moderate successes of welfare states, governed through systems of party competition, and so how far it is from a meaningful conception of a democratic polity’.
`edited by three leading scholars … the coherence of the volume is noteworthy… Most chapters provide very valuable contributions to the subject. The introductory chapter by the editors is remarkable in its ability to synthesise in a few pages vast knowledge on citizenship … Interestingly, ‘optimism of the will’ is not absent from some of the contributions, but … the reader of this outstanding volume would be inclined to think that ‘pessimism of the intellect’ is the appropriate conclusion as regards an active European citizenship.’
West European Politics
`edited by three of the leading voices in European Union studies ... The volume is replete with rich insights and meanings, and deserves further reading, even for those relatively familiar with EU citizenship. This collection and its individual chapters will no doubt be cited by those seeking to get to grips with EU citizenship, its problems, its potential and likely future trajectories for years to come.’
Common Market Law Review.
You can download some of Richard's past and recent papers from his SSRN Author page:
Articles and Book Chapters (from 2001 - )
- 'Introduction: The Paradox and Context of European Citizenship' (with Alex Warleigh) and 'The “Right to have Rights”: Citizenship Practice and the Political Constitution of the EU' in R. Bellamy and A. Warleigh (eds) Citizenship and Governance in the European Union, (Continuum, 2001), pp. 3-18, 41-70. (The latter also appeared as an ESRC 'One Europe or Several?' Working Paper 25/01)
- 'Back to the Future?: The Republican Alternative to Liberalism', in M. Evans (ed), The Edinburgh Companion to Contemporary Liberalism, (EUP, 2001), pp. 175-187.
- 'Introduction: From Philosophes to Pundits: Italian Intellectuals from Vico to Eco ' and 'A Crocean Critique of Gramsci on Historicism, Hegemony and Intellectuals', in R. Bellamy (ed), ' Italian Intellectuals and Politics', special issue of Journal of Modern Italian Studies, 6, 2 (2001), pp. 151-56, 209-229.
- 'La tradizione repubblicana nella dimensione europea' in A Loretoni (ed), Interviste sull'Europa: Integrazione e identità nella globalizzazione, (Rome: Carocci, 2001), pp. 81-96.
- (with Alex Warleigh) 'Cementing the Union: The Role of European Citizenship' in Furio Cerutti and Enno Rudolph (eds), A Soul for Europe: Vol 1 A Reader, Leuvan: Peeters, 2001, pp. 55-71. (Also published in Italian translation as 'Un cemento per l'Unione: il ruolo della cittadinanza europea' in Furio Cerutti and Enno Rudolph a. c. Un'anima per l'Europa. Lessico dell'identità politica degli europei (Pisa: ETS, 2002), pp. 85-106)
- 'Liberalism', in N. J. Smelser and P. B. Baltes (eds), International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences, (Pergamon/Elsevier, 2001), pp. 8797-8801.
- 'Constitutionalism', in P. B. Clarke and J. Foweraker (eds), Encyclopaedia of Democratic Thought, (Routledge, 2001)
- 'Political Individualism' in R. J. B. Jones (ed), The Routledge Encylopaedia of International Political Economy, (Routledge, 2001)
- 'Beccaria' in The Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy On Line, ed. Edward Craig, 2001
- 'Constitutive Citizenship vs. Constitutional Rights: Republican Reflections on the EU Charter and the Human Rights Act', in T. Campbell, K. D. Ewing and A. Tomkins (eds), Sceptical Essays on Human Rights, (OUP, 2001), pp. 15-39
- (with Dario Castiglione) 'Tra retorica e simbolismo: la Carta dei diritti fondamentali dell'Unione europea', in 'La Carta dei diritti fondamentali. Verso una Costituzione europea?', a cura di Barbara Henry e Anna Loretoni, Quaderni Forum, XV, (2001), 2, pp. 67-74
- 'Being Liberal with Republicanism's Radical Heritage: A Comment on Pettit', Res Publica 8: 3 (2002), pp. 269-74 (also in Italian translation as 'Essere liberale con l'eredità radicale del repubblicanesimo', Iride XIV, n 33 Agosto 2001, pp.422-7)
- 'The Rule of Law and the Rule of Persons', Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy (CRISPP) 4:4 (2001), pp. 221-251, and in P King (ed) Trusting in Reason: Martin Hollis and the Philosophy of Social Action, (London: Frank Cass, 2003), pp. 221-51.
- 'Social and Political Thought 1890-1945', in A. Lyttleton (ed), Liberal and Fascist Italy, Short Oxford History of Italy Vol 6, (Oxford: OUP, 2002), Ch. 10, pp. 233-48.
- 'Identity Politics: Introduction to a New Series', Government and Opposition, 37 (2002) pp. 295-300
- 'Mazzini' in The Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy On Line, ed. Edward Craig, 2002
- (with Dario Castiglione) 'Beyond Community and Rights: European Citizenship and the Virtues of Participation', Quaderni Fiorentini: Per la storia del pensiero giuridico moderno, 31 (2002) Vol 1, pp. 349-80.
- (with Dario Castiglione), 'Legitimising the Euro-polity and its Regime: The Normative Turn in EU Studies', European Journal of Political Theory, 2:1 (2003) pp. 7-34 (an early version also available as a Queen's University, Belfast, Institute of European Studies, On Line Paper on Europeanisation No 13/2001) and republished in a revised form as 'Normative Theory and the European Union: Legitimising the Euro-polity and its Regime, in Lars Trägårdh (ed), After National Democracy: Rights, Law and Power in America and the New Europe, Onati International Series in Law and Society, Oxford: Hart, 2004, pp. 9-40. (Also published in Italian as 'La legittimazione della forma di stato e della forma di governo europea: la svolta normative negli studi sull'UE', in Etienne Balibar et al, Europa, Cittadinanza, Confini: Dialogando con Etienne Balibar, ed. Salvatore Cingari, Lecce: Pensa Multimedia, 2006, pp. 291-335)
- 'Introduction' and 'The Rule of Law' in R Bellamy and A Mason (eds), Political Concepts, (Manchester: MUP, 2003), pp.1-3, 118-30.
- 'Croce', 'Political Theory', Oxford Companion to Italian Studies, (OUP, 2003)
- 'Gramsci', in J. Mokyr (ed), The Oxford Encyclopedia of Economic History, (OUP, 2003)
- 'Introduction' (with Terence Ball) (pp.1-4) and 'The Advent of the Masses and the Making of the Modern Theory of Democracy' in T Ball and R Bellamy (eds) The Cambridge History of Twentieth Century Political Thought (Cambridge: CUP, 2003), pp 70-103.
- 'Liberal Democracy 1914-45: Defences and Developments' in T. Baldwin (ed), The Cambridge History of Twentieth Century Philosophy, (Cambridge: CUP, 2003), Ch. 63, pp. 742-53.
- 'Contemporary Reflections on Mazzini's Thoughts Upon Democracy in Europe', Il Pensiero Politico, 36 (2003), pp. 122-24.
- 'Sovereignty, Post-Sovereignty and Pre-Sovereignty: Reconceptualising the State, Rights and Democracy in the EU', in N Walker (ed), Sovereignty in Transition, (Oxford: Hart, 2003), pp. 167-90 (also in Italian translation as 'Sovranità, post-sovranità e pre-sovranità: tre modelli di Stato, democrazia e diritti nell'Unione Europea', in S Chignola and G Duso a cura di, Sui concetti giuridici e politici della costituzione dell'Europa, Milano: Franco Angeli, 2005, pp. 279-302)
- (with Alex Warleigh), European Citizenship and the Social and Political Integration of the European Union, Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, 2004
- (with Dario Castiglione) 'Debate: Lacroix's European Constitutional Patriotism: A Response', Political Studies, 52 (2004), pp. 187-93
- 'Introduction: The Making of Modern Citizenship' pp. 1-21 in Richard Bellamy, Dario Castiglione and Emilio Santoro (eds) Lineages of European Citizenship: Rights, Membership and Participation in Eleven Nation States, (Palgrave, 2004)
- (with Justus Schönlau), 'The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: The Need for Constitutional Compromise and the Drafting of the EU Constitution', Lynn Dobson and Andreas Føllesdal, eds, Political Theory and the European Constitution, Routledge, 2004, pp. 57-71 (also a Federal Trust Constitutional On- Line Paper 33/03 www.fedtrust.co.uk/uploads/constitution/33_03.pdf)
- (with J Jennings and P Lassman) ' Political Thought in Continental Europe During the 20th Century' in G Gauss and C Kukathas (eds), Handbook of Political Theory, Sage, 2004, pp. 395-409
- (with Justus Schönlau), 'The Normality of Constitutional Politics: An Analysis of the Drafting of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights', Constellations: An International Journal of Critical and Democratic Theory, 11.3 (2004) pp. 412-33 (also translated into French as 'La normalité de la politique constitutionelle. Analyse de la rédaction de la Charte européenne des droits fondamentaux', Archives de philosophie du droit, 49 (2006) pp. 85-108, with a longer version a Constitutionalism Web-Paper, ConWEB No. 6/2003; http://les1.man.ac.uk/conweb/)
- 'Introduction: The Rule of Law as the Rule of Persons' in Richard Bellamy (ed) The Rule of Law and the Separation of Powers, International Library of Essays in Law and Legal Theory - Second Series, Ashgate/Dartmouth, 2005, pp. xi-xli
- 'Introduction' to Richard Bellamy (ed), Symposium on 'A United States of Europe?', European Political Science, 4 (2005), pp. 175-78.
- `Norberto Bobbio: Estado de Derecho y democracia', Doxa: Cuadernos de filosofía del derecho 28 (2005), pp. 73-80
- 'Which Constitution for What Kind of Europe? Three Models of European Constitutionalism', in F. Cheneval (ed.) Legitimationsgrundlagen der Europäischen Union, (Münster, Hamburg and London: LIT, 2005), pp. 97-112. (This piece revises and extends the earlier versions that appeared in Jurist EU, 'Thinking Outside the Box Editorial Series' Paper 4/2003, www.fd.unl.pt/je/edit_pap2003-04.htm and as Federal Trust EU Constitution Project Constitutional Online Essays No. 03 www.fedtrust.co.uk/eu_constitution.htm)
- 'Introduction: Constitutionalism and Democracy' in Richard Bellamy (ed), Constitutionalism and Democracy, International Library of Essays in Law and Legal Theory - Second Series, (Dartmouth, 2006), pp. xi-xlviii.
- 'Between Past and Future: The Democratic Limits of EU Citizenship' in R. Bellamy, D. Castiglione and J. Shaw(eds) Making European Citizens: Civic Inclusion in a Transnational Context (Palgrave, 2006), pp. 238-65.
- 'The European Constitution is Dead, Long Live European Constitutionalism', Constellations: An International Journal of Critical and Democratic Theory, 13:2 (2006), pp. 181-89.
- 'The Challenge of European Union', in John Dryzek, Anne Phillips and Bonnie Honig (eds) The Oxford Handbook of Political Theory, (OUP, 2006), pp. 245-61
- 'Still in Deficit: Rights, Regulation and Democracy in the EU', European Law Journal, 12:6 (2006), 725-42
- Review Article: 'An Italian Story? Berlusconi and Contemporary Democratic Politics', Modern Italy, 11.3 (2006), pp. 347-51.
- 'Mosca' pp. 121-24, 'Pareto' pp. 128-31 in J Scott (ed), Fifty Key Sociologists: The Formative Years, (Routledge, 2006)
- 'Interview' in Morten Ebbe Juul Nielsen (ed), Political Questions: 5 Questions on Political Philosophy, (Automatic Press, 2006), pp. 13-28.
- 'Introduction' and 'Editing the Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy' in Richard Bellamy (ed), Symposium on 'Editing a Journal', European Political Science, 6 (2007), pp. 4-5, 20-23.
- ‘Republicanism, Democracy and Constitutionalism’ in C. Laborde and J. Maynor (eds), Republicanism and Political Theory, (Blackwell, 2008), pp. 159-189
- ‘Introduction: European Political Science and the Law’ and ‘The Democratic Constitution: Why Europe Should Not Adopt American Style Judicial Review’ in Richard Bellamy (ed), Symposium on ‘Should Europe Adopt the American Way of Law … And Has It Done So?’, European Political Science, 7 (2008), pp. 4-8, 9-20
- ‘Evaluating Union Citizenship: Belonging, Rights and Participation within the EU’, Citizenship Studies, 12:6 (2008), pp. 597-611
- ‘The Republic of Reasons: Public Reasoning, Depoliticisation and Non-Domination’, in S Besson and J-L Marti (eds), Legal Republicanism: National and International Perspectives, (Oxford University Press, 2009), pp. 102-20.
- ‘The Liberty of the Post-Moderns? Civic and Market Freedom in the EU’, LSE ‘Europe in Question’ Discussion Paper Series, LEQS 01/2009 (also forthcoming in a revised version in A Follesdal and A Weale (eds) Democracy and Legitimacy in the EU, Cambridge University Press)
- (With Anthony Costello and other members of the Lancet and UCL Institute of Global Health Commission), ‘Managing the Health Effects of Climate Change’, Lancet 373 (2009), pp. 1693–733
- (with Claudia Attucci) ‘Normative Theory and the EU: Between Contract and Community’, in Thomas Dietz and A Wiener (eds) European Integration Theory, 2nd ed., (Oxford University Press), pp. 198-220.
- Democracy without Democracy?: Can the EU’s
Democratic ‘Outputs’ be Separated from
the Democratic ‘Inputs’ Provided by Competitive Parties and Majority Rule?, Journal
of European Public Policy 17(2010) pp 2-19;
- ‘Introduction: The Nature of Citizenship’, Citizenship,
International Library of Essays in Political Theory and Public Policy ed. R
Bellamy and A Palumbo, Ashgate, 2010, pp vii-xxv;
- ‘Introduction: On Public Ethics’, Public Ethics, International Library of Essays in Political Theory and Public Policy ed. R Bellamy and A Palumbo, Ashgate 2010 pp ix-xx.
- `Dirty Hands and White Gloves: Liberal Ideals and Real Politics’, European Journal of Political Theory, 9 (2010), pp. 412–430
- ‘Citizenship’ in G. Klosko (ed) The Oxford Handbook of the History of Political Philosophy, (Oxford University Press, 2011), pp. 586-598
- (with Dario Castiglione, Andreas Follesdal and Albert Weale), `Evaluating Trustworthiness, Representation and Political Accountability in New Modes of Governance’, in A. Heritier and M. Rhodes (eds), New Modes of Governance in Europe: Governing in the Shadow of Hierarchy, (Palgrave, 2011), pp. 135-62
- `Republicanism: Non-Domination and the Free State’, G. Delanty and S. P. Turner (eds), Routledge International Handbook of Contemporary Social and Political Theory (Routledge, 2011) pp. 130-38.
- (with Dario Castiglione), `Democracy by Delegation? Who Represents Whom and How in European Governance’, Government and Opposition 46, (2011), pp. 101–125, (part of special section on ‘Democracy and New Modes of Governance’ ed. R Bellamy)
- ‘Political Constitutionalism and the Human Rights Act’, International Journal of Constitutional Law (I-Con), 9 (2011), pp. 86-111
- ‘The Liberty of the Moderns: Civic and Market Freedom in the EU’, Global Constitutionalism: Human Rights, Democracy, Rule of Law 1.1 (2012), pp. 141-72
- `Constitutionalism’, Bertrand Badie, Dirk Berg-Schlosser, Leonardo Morlino (eds) International Encyclopedia of Political Science, (Sage, 2012)
- (with Sandra Kröger) `Europe Hits home – The Domestic Deficits of Representative Democracy in EU Affairs’, in T. Evans, U. Liebert and C. Lord (eds), Multilayered Representation in the European Union: Parliaments, Courts and the Public Sphere, Baden-Baden: Nomos, 2012, pp. 41-58.
- ‘Democracy, Compromise and the Representation Paradox: On Coalition Government and Political Integrity’, Government and Opposition, 47.3 (2012), pp. 441–465
- (with M. Kornprobst and C. Reh), `Meeting in the Middle’, Government and Opposition, 47.3 (2012), pp. 275–295 (introduction to a co-edited Special Issue on ‘Politics as Compromise’)
- `Rights as Democracy’, Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy (CRISPP), 15:4 (2012), pp. 449-471
- `The Inevitability of the Democratic Deficit’, in Hubert Zimmermann and Andreas Dür (eds), Key Controversies in European Integration, Palgrave, 2012, pp.64-71
- ‘Republicanism, Rights and Democracy’ in Andreas Niederberger and Philipp Schink (eds), Republican Democracy: Liberty, Law and Politics, Edinburgh University Press, 2013, Ch. 10, pp. 253-275
- ‘Democracy as Public Law’, in Cormac Mac Hamhleigh, Claudio Michelon and Neil Walker (eds), After Public Law, Oxford University Press, 2013, Ch. 7, pp. 130-150.
- (with Dario Castiglione),` Three Models of Democracy, Political Community and Representation in the EU`, Journal of European Public Policy, 20.2 (2013), pp. 206-223
- `An Ever Closer Union of Peoples: Republican Intergovernmentalism, Demoi-cracy and Representation in the EU’, Journal of European Integration, 35: 5 (2013), pp. 499-516
- (with Sandra Kröger) `Representation Surpluses and Deficits in EU Policy-Making’, Journal of European Integration, 35: 5 (2013), pp. 477-97 (introduction to a co-edited Special Issue on ‘`Representation and Democracy in the EU: Does the One Come at the Expense of the Other?’)
- (with Cristina E. Parau) ‘Introduction: Democracy, Courts and the Dilemmas of Representation’, Representation, 49:3 (2013), pp. 255-266 (introduction to a co-edited Special Issue on ‘Courts and Representative Democracy’)
- ‘The Democratic Qualities of Courts: a Critical Analysis of Three Arguments, Representation, 49:3 (2013), pp. 333-346.
- ‘The Democratic Legitimacy of International Human Rights Conventions: Political Constitutionalism and the Hirst Case’, in Andreas Føllesdal, Johan Karlsson Schaffer and Geir Ulfstein (eds), The Legitimacy of International Human Rights Regimes: Legal, Political and Philosophical Perspectives, Cambridge University Press, 2013, pp. 243-271.
- `Rights as Democracy’ in I. O’Flynn and A. Weale (eds), The Nature of Rights: Essays in Honour of Peter Jones, Routledge, forthcoming (a special issue of CRISPP 14.4 2012)
- Croce, Gramsci, Bobbio and the Italian Political Tradition: Selected Essays 1987-2011, ECPR Press, forthcoming (this volume collects 15 previously published articles along with a new introduction)
- (with Sandra Kröger), `Domesticating the Democratic Deficit? The Role of National Parliaments and Parties in the EU’s System of Government’ forthcoming in Parliamentary Affairs
- `Constitutional Democracy’, in Michael Gibbons et al (eds), Encyclopedia of Political Thought, Wiley-Blackwell
- (with madeleine kennedy-macfoy) eds, Citizenship: Critical Concepts, Routledge, 4 volumes
- `Citizenship, history of’, in James Wright (ed), International Encyclopedia of Social and Behavioral Sciences, 2nd ed., Elsevier
- `Norberto Bobbio’, in James Wright (ed), International Encyclopedia of Social and Behavioral Sciences, 2nd ed., Elsevier