Valentina Fiorillo, Religion and Human Rights Constitutional Secularism in an Age of Religious Revival is an interesting and comprehensive book ... In conclusion, one can say that the volume represents a successful polyphonic opera on the essence and fate of secularism.
Andrzej Bronk, Anthropos Constitutional Secularism in an Age of Religious Revival is an important, interesting, and very stimulating book.
Michel Rosenfeld, Professor of Human Rights and Director, Program on Global and Comparative Constitutional Theory, Yeshiva University, Susanna Mancini, Professor of Comparative Public Law, University of Bologna Law Michel Rosenfeld is the Justice Sydney L. Robins Professor of Human Rights and director of the Program on Global and Comparative Constitutional Theory at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva University. He is the co-editor-in-chief of International Journal of Constitutional Law and the author or co-editor of numerous books, including Law, Justice, Democracy, and the Clash of Cultures: A Pluralist Account (2010) and most recently with Andras Sajo of The Oxford Handbook of Comparative Constitutional Law Susanna Mancini is the Adjunct Professor of International Law and Associate Professor of Comparative Public Law at the University of Bologna.
1. Introduction ; PART I: THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES ON THE CONFLICTS BETWEEN SECULARISM AND RELIGION ; 2. Conflicts Between General Laws and Religious Norms ; 3. The Context of Secularism: A Critical Appraisal of the Post-Secular Argument ; 4. The Myth of the Neutral State and the Individualization of Religion: The Relationship Between State and Religion in the Face of Fundamentalism ; 5. Preliminaries to a Concept of Constitutional Secularism ; 6. Recasting Secularism as One Conception of the Good Among Many in a Post-Secular Constitutional Polity ; PART II: RELIGION, SECULARISM AND THE PUBLIC SQUARE ; 7. The Tempting of Europe, the Political Seduction of the Cross ; 8. On the Secularization of the Public Square: Jews in France and in the United States ; 9. Sovereignty and Laicite ; 10. Egypt's New Constitution: the Islamist Difference ; 11. The Constitutional Boundaries of Religious Accommodation ; PART III: RELIGION, SECULARISM AND WOMEN'S EQUALITY ; 12. Headscarf v. Burqa: Two French bans with different meanings ; 13. Veiling and Women's Intelligibility ; 14. Reproductive Rights in a Jewish and Democratic State ; PART IV: RELIGIOUS PERSPECTIVES AND THE LIBERAL STATE ; 15. One among many? The Catholic Church between universalism and pluralism ; 16. Religious Marriage in a Liberal State ; 17. Are Secularism and Neutrality Attractive to Religious Minorities? Islamic Discussions Of Western Secularism in the 'Jurisprudence of Muslim Minorities' (Fiqh Al-Aqalliyyat) Discourse ; PART V: THE CONFRONTATION BETWEEN SECULARISM AND RELIGION IN SPECIFIC CONTEXTS: EDUCATION AND FREE SPEECH ; 18. The Ultra-Orthodox Community in Israel and the Right to an Exclusively Religious Education ; 19. Religion and Freedom of Speech: Portraits of Muhammad