Publications

Forthcoming

  • forthcoming, ‘Constitutional Politics and Populist Conservatism: The Contrasting Cases of Poland and Romania’, European Politics and Society.
  • forthcoming, ed., Imagining Europe. Transnational contestation and civic populism, series European Political Sociology, Palgrave.cover ima
  • forthcoming, ‘Populism and Illiberalism’, in A. Sajo and R. Uitz (eds), Routledge Handbook of Illberalism, Routledge.
  • forthcoming, ‘Conservative Populism in Defiance of Anti-Totalitarian Constitutional Democracy’, in A. Czarnota, M. Krygier, and W. Sadurski (eds), Constitutional Populism, Cambridge University Press.
  • forthcoming, ‘Modern Constitutionalism under Challenge’, in: G. Delanty and S. Turner (eds), The International Handbook of Contemporary Social and Political Theory, Second, Revised Edition, Routledge.

Recent

  • 2021, ‘Populism, Constituent Power and Constitutional Imagination’, in: Martin Belov (ed.), Populist Constitutionalism and Illiberal Democracies, Intersentia.
  • 2021, ‘The Constitution as a Symbol’, in: Elżbieta Hałas (ed.), Politics of Symbolization Across Central and Eastern Europe, Berghahn.
  • 2021, ‘An interview with Andrew Arato. Critically Revisiting Civil Society, Constituent Power, and Constitutional Democracy in Populist Times’, interviewed by M. Anselmi, G. Allegri, P. Blokker, G. Fazio, European Journal of Social Theory.
  • 2020, ‘Populism in East-Central Europe: A Revolt against Western Liberalism?’, in. B. Crum and A. Oleart (ed.), Democratic Systems and Populist Challenges in Europe, RECONNECT deliverable 5.2.
  • 2020, ‘The Sociology of Constitutional Law and Politics’, in: Jiri Priban (ed.), Research Handbook in Sociology of Law, Edward Elgar.Research Handbook on the Sociology of Law
  • 2020, ‘Judicial Populism: the Rule of the People against the Rule of Law‘, with Oscar Mazzoleni, editorial special issue on Judicial Populism, in: Participation and Conflict (PaCo), 13:3.
  • 2020, ‘Populist Understandings of the Law: A Conservative Backlash?, in: special issue on Judicial Populism of Participation and Conflict (PaCo), 13:3.
  • 2020, ‘Transnational Constitutionalism, Discursive Pluralism, and Constitutional Resistance’, in: J. Suntrup/W. Gephart, Dynamics of Constitutional Cultures. The Cultural Manifestation and Political Force Field of Constitutionalism, series “Law as Culture”, Frankfurt am Main: Klostermann. Dynamics of Constitutional Cultures
  • 2020, ‘Constitutional resistance in populist times‘, Federal Law Review.
  • 2020, with Laura Guercio, Sociologia dei Diritti Umani,socdu Mondadori.
  • 2020, ‘Building democracy by legal means? The contestation of human rights and constitutionalism in East-Central Europe’, in: Journal of Modern European History.
  • 2020, ‘Populist Constitutionalism in East-Central Europe’, in: S. Hardt (ed.), Protecting the liberal constitution in a populist age, Eleven Publishing.Populism and Democracy
  • cover2020, ‘Populism and Constitutional Reform. The Case of Italy’, in:  G. Martinico, G. Delledonne (eds), Italian Populism and Constitutional Law: Strategies, Conflicts and Dilemmas, Palgrave.
  • 2020, ‘Populism and constitutional change’, in: A. Fotiadou/X. Contiades (eds), The Routledge Handbook on Constitutional Change, Routledge.
  • 2019, ‘Constitutionalism, judicialization, and human rights in the 9781474455893integration of European society’, in: Johann Arnason (ed.), European Integration: Historical Trajectories, Geopolitical Contexts , Edinburgh University Press.
  • 2019, ‘Transnational Mobilization around the European Constitution: the Case of DiEM25 ‘, in: L. Leonardi & G. Scalise (eds), Social challenges for Europe. Addressing failures and perspectives of the European project, Bologna: Il Mulino.
  • 2019, ‘Populist Governments and International Law: A Reply to Heike Krieger’, European Journal of International Law, 30:3.
  • 2019, chapter, ‘Political and Constitutional Imaginaries’, in: S. Adams and J. Smith (eds), Social Imaginaries: Critical Interventions in a Paradigm-in-the-Making, Rowman and Littlefield.
  • 2019, ‘Populist Counter-Constitutionalism, Conservatism, and Legal Fundamentalism‘, European Constitutional Law Review, 15:3.
  • 2019, edited volume (co-edited with M. Anselmi), Multiple Populisms. Italy as a Multiple Populisms: Italy as Democracy's Mirror, 1st Edition (Hardback) book coverDemocracy’s Mirror, Routledge.
  • 2019, ‘The Populist Assault on the Constitution’, in: P. Blokker and M. Anselmi (eds.), Multiple Populisms. Italy as a Democracy’s Mirror, Routledge.
  • 2019, ‘Populism as a constitutional project‘, International Journal of Constitutional Law 17/2.
  • 2019, book review of ‘Sovereignty in Post-Sovereign Society: A Systems Theory of European Constitutionalism’, by Jiři Přibáň, European Law Review, 44:2 pp. 288-91.
  • 2019, ‘Varieties of Populist Constitutionalism: The Transnational Dimension’, in special issue on ‘Populist Constitutionalism: Varieties, Complexities, and Contradictions’, co-edited with Bojan Bugaric and Gábor Halmai, German Law Journal, 20/3.GLJ
  • 2019, with Bojan Bugaric and Gábor Halmai, ‘Introduction: Populist Constitutionalism: Varieties, Complexities, and Contradictions ‘, in special issue on ‘Populist Constitutionalism: Varieties, Complexities, and Contradictions’, co-edited with Bojan Bugaric and Gábor Halmai, German Law Journal, 20/3.
  • 2019, ‘Response to “Public Law and Populism” ‘, German Law Journal, 20/3.
  • 2018, ‘Populist Constitutionalism and Meaningful Popular Engagement‘, Policy Brief, The Foundation of  Law, Justice, and Society, Oxford University.
  • 2018, ‘Response’, in: What Constitutionalism? Notes on Paul Blokker’s „New Democracies in Crisis?”, Politicon, 1/1.politicon
  • 2018, ‘Il costituzionalismo populista’, in: M. Anselmi, P Blokker. and N. Urbinati (eds.), Populismo di Lotta e di Governo, Feltrinelli
  • 2018, edited volume (co-edited with M. Anselmi and N. Urbinati), Populismo di Lotta e di Governo, Feltrinelli.lotta governo
  • 2018, chapter, ‘Populist Constitutionalism’, in: Carlos de la Torre (ed.), Routledge Handbook of Global Populism, Routledge, pp. 113-127.
  • 2018, ‘Constitutional Mobilization and Contestation in the Transnational Sphere’, Journal of Law and Society, 45:S1.
  • 2018, co-edited with Manuel Anselmi and Nadia Urbinati, La sfida populista, Fondazione Feltrinelli. SfidaPopulista
  • 2017, edited volume Sociological Constitutionalism, co-edited with Chris Thornhill (contributors: Kim Lane Scheppele, Gunther Teubner, Hauke Brunkhorst, Heinz Klug, Sabine Frerichs, Hans Vorlaender, Heinz Klug, Chris Thornhill, Paul Blokker) (Cambridge University Press).SocConstJacket
  • 2017, ‘Democracy and Democratization: Theory and Research’, in: William Outhwaite and Stephen Turner (eds.), The SAGE Handbook of Political Sociology, SAGE.
  • 2017, entry ‘Democracy’, Brian S. Turner (ed.-in-chief), The Encyclopedia of Social Theory, Wiley/Blackwell.
  • 2017, ‘The Evolution of Constitutionalism in the Post-Communist Countries of Central and Eastern Europe: Some Lessons for the Post-Soviet Space’, in: P. van Elsuwege and R. Petrov (eds), Post-Soviet Constitutions and Challenges of Regional Integration: Adapting to European and Eurasian integration projects, Routledge.
  • 2017, ‘Politics and the Political in Sociological Constitutionalism’, in: Paul Blokker and Chris Thornhill (eds), Sociological Constitutionalism, Cambridge University Press.
  • 2017, editor, Constitutional Acceleration within the European Union and Beyond, Routledge Research in Constitutional Law, London/New York, Routledge.
  • 2017, ‘Constitutional Paradigms: The Italian 1948 Constitution between Conservation and Reform’, in: P. Blokker (ed.), Constitutional Acceleration within the European Union and Beyond, Routledge Research in Constitutional Law, Routledge.
  • 2017, ‘The Romanian Constitution and Civic Engagement‘, in: Vienna Journal on International Constitutional Law (ICL Journal).ConsAcc9781138211070
  • 2017, ‘The Grande Riforma of the Italian Constitution: Majoritarian versus Participatory Democracy?’, in: Contemporary Italian Politics.
  • 2017, ‘The Imaginary Constitution of Constitutions‘, in: Social Imaginaries, 3:1.
  • 2016, ‘Constitutional reform in Europe and recourse to the people’, in: Jorg Gerkrath
    and Xenophon Contiades (eds), Participatory Constitutional Change: The people as amenders of the Constitution, Ashgate.
  • 2016 ‘A Political-Sociological Analysis of Constitutional Pluralism in Europe’, in: Jiri Priban (ed.), Self-Constitution of Europe: Symbols, Politics and Law, Routledge.
  • 2016, chapter ‘EU Democratic Oversight and Domestic Deviation from the Rule of
    Law: Sociological Reflections
    ‘, in: C. Closa and D. Kochenov (eds), Reinforcing the Rule of Law Oversight in the European Union, Cambridge University Press.
  • 2016, ‘EU enlargement, geopolitics, and new constitutionalism’, in: Storia del pensiero politico, 1/2016 (Il Mulino), pp. 115-130.
  • 2016, with S. Adams, N. Doyle, and J. Krummel, ‘Editorial‘, in: Social Imaginaries, 2:1.

Monographs, edited works

  • 2013, New Democracies in Crisis? A Comparative Constitutional Study of the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania and Slovakia, Series: Routledge Advances in European Politics, London/New York: Routledge (August 2013) .

Dual review with author’s response in: I-CONnect, Blog of the International Journal of Constitutional Law and ConstitutionMaking.org, available at: http://www.iconnectblog.com/2013/09/book-reviewresponse-paul-blokker-jiri-priban-and-bogusia-puchalska-on-civic-constitutionalism/.

  • 2010, Multiple Democracies in Europe. Political Culture in New Member States, Series: Democratization Studies, London:

Reviewed in: Political Studies Review, 10/1, 2012. Paperback edition appeared in September, 2012.

Edited Works

  • 2017, edited volume Constitutional Sociology, co-edited with Chris Thornhill (contributors: Kim Lane Scheppele, Gunther Teubner, Hauke Brunkhorst, Heinz Klug, Sabine Frerichs, Hans Vorlaender, Heinz Klug, Chris Thornhill, Paul Blokker) (contracted with Cambridge University Press).
  • 2017, editor, Constitutional Acceleration within the European Union and Beyond, Routledge Research in Constitutional Law, London/New York, Routledge.
  • 2015, with Werner Reutter, ‘Sub-national constitutional politics: contesting or complementing, replicating or innovating, traditional constitutionalism?‘, in: special issue (edited by Paul Blokker and Werner Reutter), Perspectives on federalism, 7:1
  • 2011, guest editor of special issue on ‘Pragmatic Sociology: Theory, Critique, and Application’, in: European Journal of Social Theory, vol. 14(3), (SSCI-ranked journal).
  • 2011, guest editor with Robert Brier, special issue on ‘Democracy after 1989: Re-examining the History, Impact, and Legacy of Dissidence’, in: East European Politics and Societies, (SSCI-ranked journal).
  • 2009, guest editor of special issue on ‘1989 and Social Theory’, European Journal of Social Theory, 12(3).
  • 2009, with Bruno Dallago (eds), Regional Diversity and Local Development in the New Member States, Palgrave/MacMillan.
  • 2008, with Bruno Dallago (eds), Youth Entrepreneurship and Local Development in Central and Eastern Europe, Ashgate.
  • 2005, guest editor, with Christian Joerges, ‘Confronting Memories: European “Bitter Experiences” and the Constitutionalisation Process’, Special Issue, German Law Journal, 6(2).

Refereed Articles

  • 2014, ‘The European Crisis and a Political Critique of Capitalism’, special issue “Europe in Crisis”, European Journal of Social Theory, 17(3).
  • 2014, ‘Boltanski and Democratic Theory: Fragility and Critique as Democracy’s Essence’, special issue on Luc Boltanski, Thesis Eleven, 124(1).
  • 2013, ‘Constitution-making in Romania: From Reiterative Crises to Constitutional Moment?’, in: Romanian Journal of Comparative Law, 2012/2.
  • 2013, ‘Constitutions and democracy in post-national times: a political-sociological approach’, Irish Journal of Sociology, special issue on ‘Engaging the Cosmopolitan: Contemporary Approaches’ (incl. contributions by James Bohman, Pat O’Mahony, Piet Strydom, Lydia Morris, Marina Calloni), vol 20(2).
  • 2013, ’A Political Sociology of European ‘Anti-Politics’ and Dissent’, in: Rivista sulla Trasformazioni Sociali, II/4.
  • 2012, ‘Dilemmas of Democratization. From Legal Revolutions to Democratic Constitutionalism? ‘, Special Issue in honour of the centennial anniversary of Raoul Wallenberg, in: The Nordic Journal of International Law, 81:4, (on invitation).
  • 2012, ‘Constitutional politics, constitutional texts, and democratic variety in Central and Eastern Europe’, in: Journal of Constitutional Law in Eastern and Central Europe, 19:2, pp. 189-240.
  • 2012, ‘The Constitutional Premises of Subnational Self-Government in New Democracies’, in: Corvinus Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 3:1, pp. 35-57.
  • 2011, ‘Introduction. Pragmatic Sociology: Theoretical Evolvement and Empirical Application’, in: special issue on ‘Pragmatic Sociology: Theory, Critique, and Application’, European Journal of Social Theory (SSCI-ranked journal), vol. 14(3).
  • 2011, with Andrea Brighenti, ‘Politics Between Justification and Defiance’, special issue on ‘Pragmatic Sociology: Theory, Critique, and Application’, in: European Journal of Social Theory, vol. 14(3).
  • 2011, with Andrea Brighenti, ‘An Interview with Laurent Thévenot: Justification, Critique, Engagement, and Power’, special issue on ‘Pragmatic Sociology: Theory, Critique, and Application’, in: European Journal of Social Theory, vol. 14(3).
  • 2011, with Robert Brier, ‘Democracy after 1989: Reexamining the History, Impact, and the Legacy of Dissidence’, in: East European Politics and Societies (SSCI-ranked journal), vol 25:2.
  • 2011, article ‘Dissidence, Republicanism, and Democratic Change’, in: East European Politics and Societies, vol 25:2.
  • 2011, with G. Delanty, ‘An Interview with Johann Arnason: Critical Theory, Modernity, Civilizations and Democracy’, in: European Journal of Social Theory, Vol. 14(1).
  • 2010, ‘Confrontations with Modernity: Openness and Closure in the Other Europe’, in: Eurozine Online, http://www.eurozine.com/articles/2010-06-15-blokker-en.html.
  • 2009, Сталкиваясь с модернизацией: открытость и закрытость другой Европы (‘Confrontations with Modernity: Openness and Closure in the Other Europe’), in: Новое литературное обозрение/New Literary Observer, nr. 100.
  • 2009, ‘Democracy Through the Lens of 1989: Liberal Triumph or Radical Turn?’, in: International Journal of Politics, Culture, and Society.
  • 2009, ‘Introduction. 1989, Democracy, and Social Theory: A Return to Normality?’, in: European Journal of Social Theory, 12(3).
  • 2008, ‘Rights, Identities, and Democracy in a Post-Enlargement European Union’, in: Perspectives on European Politics and Society, 9(3), pp. 357-374.
  • 2008, ‘Multiple Democracies: Political Culture and Democratic Variety in Post-Enlargement Europe’, in: Contemporary Politics, 14(2).
  • 2008, ‘The “unity in diversity” of enlarged Europe: from Central Europe to Post-nationality’, in: European Journal of Social Theory, 11 (2).
  • 2007, ‘Democracy in the New Member States: Between Equality and Diversity’, in: International Issues & Slovak Foreign Policy Affairs, vol. 16(4), pp. 53-67.
  • 2005, ‘Post-Communist Modernization, Transition Studies, and Diversity in Europe’, European Journal of Social Theory, 8(4): 503–525.
  • 2005, ‘Populist Nationalism, Anti-Europeanism, Post-Nationalism, and the East-West Distinction’, in: ‘Confronting Memories: European “Bitter Experiences” and the Constitutionalisation Process’, Special Issue, co-edited with Christian Joerges, German Law Journal, 6(2).
  • 2004, ‘Ideas, Culture, and History in Transition Studies’, Review Essay, in: Czech Sociological Review, vol. 40, no. 6. (SSCI-ranked journal).

Chapters in edited books

  • 2015, ‘The (Re-)Emergence of Constitutionalism in East-Central Europe’, in: P. Wciślik  & M. Kopecek (eds), Thinking through Transition. Liberal Democracy, Authoritarian Pasts, and Intellectual History in East Central Europe After 1989, Budapest/New York: CEUPress.
  • 2015, chapter, ‘The European Crisis and Constitutional Claims from Below’, H.J. Trenz, V. Guiraudan, and C. Ruzza (eds.), Europe in Crisis: The unmaking of Political Union, Series in European Political Sociology, Palgrave-MacMillan.
  • 2015, with Krisztina Kovacs, ‘Hungarian Citizenship and Franchise Politics and their Effects on the Hungarian-Romanian Relations’, in: E. Baseska and D. Kochenov (eds), The Principle of Good Neighbourly Relations in Europe: Theory and Practice, Martinus Nijhoff.
  • 2015, chapter ‘The European Crisis as a Crisis of Democratic Capitalism’, in: B. Dallago and J. McGowan (eds), Economic and Political Crises in Europe and the United States: Prospects for Policy Cooperation, Routledge.
  • 2014, with Baldvin Thor Bergsson, chapter ‘The Constitutional Experiment in Iceland’, in: Kalman Pocza (ed.), Verfassunggebung in konsolidierten Demokratien: Neubeginn oder Verfall eines Systems?, Nomos Verlag.
  • 2014, book chapter, ‘The Political in the Pragmatic Sociology of Critique: Reading Boltanski with Lefort and Castoriadis’, in: S. Susen and B. Turner (eds), edited volume on the work of Luc Boltanski, Anthem Press.
  • 2013, ‘The Ruins of a Myth or a Myth in Ruins? Freedom and Cohabitation in Central Europe’, in: D. Gafijczuk & D. Sayer (eds), The Inhabited Ruins of Central Europe: Re-Imagining Space, History and Memory, Palgrave/MacMillan.
  • 2013, ‘Multiple Democracies and European Integration’, in: Jörg Zägel (ed.), Euroculture, a challenge for interdisciplinary research, Göttingen University Press.
  • 2011, chapter ‘Modern Constitutionalism and the Challenges of Complex Pluralism’, in: G. Delanty and S. Turner (eds), The International Handbook of Contemporary Social and Political Theory, Routledge.
  • 2010, chapter ‘Democratic Ethics, Constitutional Dimensions, and Constitutionalisms’, in: A. Febbrajo & W. Sadurski (eds.), East-Central Europe After Transition: Towards a New Socio-legal Semantics, Ashgate.
  • 2009, with Gerard Delanty, ‘Post-Western Europe, Complex Cultural Diversity, and European Identity’, in: Christopher S. Browning & Marko Lehti (eds), The Struggle for the West: A Divided/Contested Legacy, Routledge.
  • 2009, ‘Romania at the Intersection of Different Europes: Implications of a Pluri-Civilizational Encounter’, in: Johann Arnason and Natalie Doyle (eds), Domains and Divisions of European History, Liverpool University Press.
  • 2009, with Bruno Dallago, ‘Regional Diversity and Local Development in the New Member States’, in: Paul Blokker and Bruno Dallago, Regional Diversity and Local Development in the New Member States, Palgrave/MacMillan.
  • 2008, with Bruno Dallago, ‘Economic Transformation and the Challenge of Youth Entrepreneurship in Central and Eastern Europe’, in: Paul Blokker and Bruno Dallago (eds), Youth Entrepreneurship and Local Development in Central and Eastern Europe, Ashgate.
  • 2004, ‘Romania’, in: K. Cordell and S. Wolff (eds), Ethnopolitical Encyclopaedia of Europe, Palgrave/MacMillan.
  • 2002, ‘Continuity in change: social consequences of economic reform in Romania’, in: A.E. Fernández Jilberto and M. Riethof (eds), Labour Relations in Development, London: Routledge.
  • 2002, ‘Romania’s first experience with modernity: the liberal attempt and its adversaries’, in: K. Treptow (ed.), Romania: a crossroads of Europe, Iasi: The Center for Romanian Studies, pp. 95-122.
  • 2000, ‘The external modernization of Romania. The socio-economic consequences of transformation’, in: S. Blackwell et al. (eds.), (In)tolerance and (co)operation in Europe and the Euroatlantic area, Bucharest: Civil Education Project, pp. 76-96.

Working Papers

  • 2010, ‘Modern Constitutionalism and Constitutional Anomie in the New EU Member States’, Quaderni del Dipartimento di Sociologia e Ricerca Sociale, Università di Trento.
  • 2008, ‘The Impact of 1989 on Theoretical Perceptions of Democracy’, Working Paper 21/2008, Working Paper Series of the Research Network 1989, available at: http://www.cee-socialscience.net/1989/papers/Blokker_Democracy1989_WP21.pdf.
  • 2008, ‘Constitutional Politics, Constitutional Texts, and Democratic Variety in Central and Eastern Europe‘, Working Paper 105 (3 referees), Sussex European Institute, University of Sussex.
  • 2007, ‘Cultural Diversity and Democracy in Post-Enlargement Europe’, Working Paper, EWC/2007/03, Europe in the World Centre, University of Liverpool.
  • 2006, ‘L’ordine europeo post-allargamento. Europa “unita nella diversità?” ‘, in: Giovani Sociologi Italiani 2006, Associazione di Sociologia Italiana (AIS), at scriptaweb.it.
  • 2006, ‘The Post-Enlargement European Order: Europe “United in Diversity”?, European Diversity and Autonomy Papers – EDAP, 2006/1, at eurac.edu/edap (peer reviewed).
  • 2006, ‘Intraprendere a Est? Difficile se si è giovani’/’Doing business in the East? Difficult for the young’, with Bruno Dallago, in: EAST: Europe and Asia Strategies, 9, www.eastonline.it/, pp. 34-41.
  • 2003, ‘Romanian liberalism and its discontents’, Working Paper, SPS 2003/02, Florence: European University Institute.

Book reviews

  • 2015, ‘Review of: German Europe by Ulrich Beck and The crisis of the European Union: A response by Jürgen Habermas’, in: European Journal of Cultural and Political Sociology, 2:2.
  • 2009, book review of: James Dingley (2008), ‘Nationalism, Social Theory and Durkheim’, Palgrave MacMillan, in: The British Journal of Sociology, 2009, Volume 60, Issue 2, pp. 423-24.
  • 2007, book review of: Gerard Delanty and Chris Rumford (2005), ‘Rethinking Europe. Social Theory and the implications of Europeanization’, London: Routledge, in: International Sociology. Review of Books.
  • 2005, book review of: Michael D. Kennedy (2002), Cultural formations of postcommunism: emancipation, transition, nation, and war, in: Czech Sociological Review, vol. 41, no. 3, pp. 515-519.

Various other publications

  • December 2013, ‘Systemic infringement action: an effective solution or rather part of the problem?’, Comment on Kim Lane Scheppele, Verfassungsblog, available at: http://www.verfassungsblog.de/en/systemic-infringement-action-an-effective-solution-or-rather-part-of-the-problem/#.Uql8t_RDtgg.
  • 2013, ‘Commons, constitutions and critique‘, in: Lo Squaderno. Rivista di discussione culturale, December 2013, (open access journal listed on http://www.doaj.org/).
  • Paul Blokker, Jiri Priban and Bogusia Puchalska, Book Reviews/Response, ‘New Democracies in Crisis? A Comparative Constitutional Study of the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania and Slovakia’, Int’l J. Const. L. Blog, 12 September, 2013, available at: http://www.iconnectblog.com.
  • October 2012, ‘Citizens’ constitution difficult to ignore with Icelandic referendum results’, available at: http://blokkerpaul.wordpress.com.
  • September 2012, ‘Romanian Constitutionalism: Form without Content?’, available at: http://blokkerpaul.wordpress.com.
  • January 2012, ‘Grassroots Constitutional Politics in Iceland’, available at: http://blokkerpaul.wordpress.com.
  • 2010, ‘Utopian Politics or the Politics of Uncertainty? ‘, in: Lo Squaderno. Rivista di discussione culturale, ‘Crisis, Utopia, Etopia’, no. 17, September 2010, at http://www.losquaderno.net (open access journal listed on http://www.doaj.org/).
  • 2008, ‘Democracy and Government’, special issue of Lo Squaderno. Rivista di discussione culturale, no. 9, September, edited by Paul Blokker, Andrea Brighenti, and Peter Schaefer, at http://www.losquaderno.net.
  • 2008, ‘The Democratic Turn: Democracy Between Closure and Indeterminacy’, in: Lo Squaderno. Rivista di discussione culturale, no. 9, September, edited by Paul Blokker, Andrea Brighenti, and Peter Schaefer, at http://www.losquaderno.net.
  • 2007, ‘Europe: political and cultural insights into a weird creature’, special issue of Lo Squaderno. Rivista di discussione culturale, no. 4, June, edited by Paul Blokker and Andrea Brighenti, at http://www.losquaderno.net.
  • 2007, ‘Europe between Efficiency and Solidarity’, in: Lo Squaderno. Revista di discussione culturale, no. 4, June, at http://www.losquaderno.net.
  • 2004, ‘Una Costituzione per Europa: fatti e prospettive’, Webzine Agenzia Nazionale Socrates Italia, interview with Elena Maddalena (in Italian), http://www.bdp.it/socrates/content/index.php?action=read_rivista&id=5435.

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