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Pasquale Pasquino

Pasquale Pasquino  is Senior Fellow at the CNRS in Paris and Global Distinguished Professor at New York University. He studied classical philology, philosophy and political theory in Naples and Paris I-Sorbonne. Before joining the CNRS and NYU he worked at the Max-Planck-Institut für Geschichte – Göttingen, at the Collège de France – Paris (Histoire des systèmes de pensée) and at King’s College – Cambridge.

He published notably a book on Emmanuel Sieyes and the invention of modern constitutionalism in France and numerous articles on the history and theory of state and constitution in Germany, France, England and Italy.