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Publications for Helen Irving

Publications for Helen Irving

2016

Irving, H. (2016). Citizenship, Alienage, and the Modern Constitutional State: A Gendered History. United States: Cambridge University Press.



2015

Irving, H., Thwaites, R. (2015). Australian Citizenship Amendment (Allegiance to Australia) Bill 2015 (Cth). Public Law Review, 26(3), 143-149.

Irving, H., Thwaites, R. (2015), Banishment, Australian style. [More Information]

Irving, H. (2015). Outsourcing the Law: History and the Disciplinary Limits of Constitutional Reasoning. Fordham Law Review, 84(3), 957-967.

Irving, H. (2015). Pulling the Trigger: The 1914 Double Dissolution Election and Its Legacy. Papers on Parliament, 63, 23-42.

Irving, H. (2015), Submission: Inquiry into the Australian Citizenship Amendment (Allegiance to Australia) Bill 2015.

Thwaites, R., Irving, H. (2015), The Citizenship Amendment Bill: Out of the Frying Pan into the Fire. [More Information]

Irving, H. (2015). The Dixon Court. In Rosalind Dixon, George Williams (Eds.), The High Court, the Constitution and Australian Politics, (pp. 179-200). Melbourne, Australia: Cambridge University Press.



2014

Ross, S., Irving, H., Klug, H. (2014). Comparative Constitutional Law: A Contextual Approach. United States: LexisNexis.

Irving, H. (2014). State Jurisdictional Residue: What Remains to a State Court When its Chapter III Functions are Exhausted? Federal Law Review, 42(1), 121-142.

Irving, H. (2014). The Over-rated Mr Clark?: Putting Andrew Inglis Clark's Contribution to the Constitution into Perspective. Papers on Parliament, 61, 73-80. [More Information]



2013

Irving, H. (2013). Amending the Constitution: Achieving the Democratic Republic. In Benjamin T Jones and Mark McKenna (Eds.), Project Republic: Plans and Arguments for a New Australia, (pp. 155-165). Melbourne: Black Inc.

Irving, H. (2013). Autonomies of scale: Precarious self-government on Norfolk Island. In Yash Ghai, Sophia Woodman (Eds.), Practising Self-Government: A Comparative Study of Autonomous Regions, (pp. 200-227). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Irving, H. (2013). Constitutional Interpretation, the High Court, and the Discipline of History. Federal Law Review, 41(1), 95-126.

Irving, H. (2013). Making the federal Commonwealth, 1890-1901. In Alison Bashford, Stuart Macintyre (Eds.), The Cambridge History of Australia: Volume 1: Indigenous and Colonial Australia, (pp. 242-266). New York: Cambridge University Press.

2012

Irving, H. (2012). Where Have All The Women Gone? Gender And The Literature On Constitutional Design. Contemporary Readings in Law and Social Justice, 4(2), 89-115.



2011

Irving, H. (2011). Drafting, design and gender. In T Ginsburg and R Dixon (Eds.), Comparative Constitutional Law, (pp. 19-37). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.



2010

Irving, H., Mowbray, J., Walton, K. (2010). Julius Stone: A Study in Influence. Sydney: The Federation Press.

Irving, H. (2010). The Dilemmas in Dialogue: A Constitutional Analysis of the NHRC's Proposed Human Rights Act. University of New South Wales Law Journal, 33(1), 60-87.

2009

Irving, H. (2009). A Legal Perspective on Bills of Rights. In Julian Leeser and Ryan Haddrick (Eds.), Don't Leave Us With the Bill: The Case Against an Australian Bill of Rights, (pp. 169-182). Australia: Menzie Research Centre.

Irving, H. (2009). A nation built on words: the constitution and national identity in America and Australia. Journal of Australian Studies, 33(2), 211-225. [More Information]

Irving, H. (2009). Australia. In Thiel, Markus (Eds.), The Militant Democracy Principle in Modern Democracies, (pp. 15-36). United Kingdom: Ashgate.

Irving, H. (2009). More Than Rights. In Williams, Susan (Eds.), Constituting Equality: Gender Equality and Comparative Constitutive Law, (pp. 75-92). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Irving, H. (2009). The Constitution and the Judiciary. In Rhodes, R. A. W. (Eds.), The Australian Study of Politics, (pp. 107-118). London, United Kingdom: Palgrave Macmillan.



2008

Irving, H. (2008). Gender and the Constitution: Equity and Agency in Comparative Constitutional Design. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Irving, H. (2008). Still Call Australia Home: The Constitution and the Citizen's Right of Abode. Sydney Law Review, 30(1), 133-153.

2007

Irving, H. (2007). Citizenship, Statehood and Allegiance. In Nicholas Brown and Linda Cardinal (Eds.), Managing Diversity: Practices of Citizenship, (pp. 37-67). Ottowa: Ottowa University Press.

Irving, H. (2007). Federalism is a Feminist Issue: What Australians Can Learn From the United States Commerce Clause. Adelaide Law Review, 28(1 and 2), 159-176.

Irving, H. (2007). The Constitution. In Brian Galligan and Winsome Roberts (Eds.), The Oxford Companion to Australian Politics, (pp. 128-131). South Melbourne, Vic: Oxford University Press.

Irving, H. (2007). The High Court Fails History in Thomas. Law Society Journal, 45(8), 54-55.

2006

Irving, H. (2006). Rights and Citizenship in Law and Public Discourse. In Tom Campbell, Jeffrey Goldsworthy & Adrienne Stone (Eds.), Protecting Rights Without a Bill of Rights: Institutional Performance and Reform in Australia, (pp. 161-174). Aldershot, England: Ashgate.

Irving, H. (2006). What If Federation had Failed in 1900? In S Macintyre & S Scalmer (Eds.), What If? Australian History as it Might Have Been, (pp. 44-66). Melbourne: Melbourne University Press.

2005

Irving, H. (2005). Changing law by parliament. Legaldate, 17(1), 1-3.



2004

Irving, H. (2004). A True Conservative? In R Manne (Eds.), The Howard Years. Melbourne: Black Inc. Publishing.

Irving, H. (2004). Advisory Opinions, The Rule Of Law And The Separation Of Powers. Macquarie Law Journal, 4, 105-134.

Irving, H. (2004). Citizenship And Subject-Hood In Twentieth-Century Australia. In Pierre Boyer, Linda Cardinal & David Headon (Eds.), From Subjects to Citizens: A Hundred Years of Citizenship in Australia and Canada, (pp. 9-18). Ottawa, Canada: University of Ottawa Press.

Irving, H. (2004). Five Things To Know About The Australian Constitution. United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press.

Irving, H. (2004). Its First And Highest Function: The Framers' Vision Of The High Court As Interpreter Of The Constitution. In Peter Cane (Eds.), Centenary Essays for the High Court of Australia, (pp. 17-34). Sydney, Australia: LexisNexis Butterworths.



2003

Irving, H. (2003). An Australian Republic: This year, next year, sometime, never? Inroads: a journal of opinion, 12, 106-117.

Irving, H. (2003). Lessons from History: the High Court and the invalidation of the Communist Party Dissolution Act. In Jones, Mcmillan (Eds.), Public Law Intersections, (pp. 201-207). ACT: Centre for International and Public Law.

2002

Irving, H. (2002). An Historical Reflection on Refugees in Australia. Immigration Review, 3, 11-14.

Irving, H. (2002). How the nibble became a bite: What was the cause of federation? Tasmanian Historical Studies, 8(1), 18-24.

Irving, H. (2002). How Well Does the Compact Fit?: A Critique of the New Constitutional Grundnorm in the Light of History and Theory. Griffith Law Review, 11(2), 408-435.

Irving, H. (2002). Original Intent? The Founding Fathers at the 1927 Royal Commission on the Constitution. New Federalist, 8.

Irving, H. (2002). Review: Allen, TRS, "Constitutional Justice: A Liberal Theory of the Rule of Law". Sydney Law Review, 24(3), 449-452.

Irving, H. (2002). Sister Colonies with Separate Constitutions: Why Australian Federationists Rejected the Canadian Constitution. In Linda Cardinal & David Headon (Eds.), Shaping Nations: Constitutionalism and Society in Australia and Canada, (pp. 27-37). Ottawa, Canada: University of Ottawa Press.

Irving, H. (2002). The Census, The Constitution and Democracy. Yearbook of Australia 2002. Canberra: AGPS.



2001

Irving, H. (2001). 'They will choose well, they will choose wisely': The idea of direct election of the Governor-General in Australia in the 1890s. In A.Murray (Eds.), Trusting the People, (pp. 35-54). Perth: Sage Publications.

Irving, H. (2001). A Nation in a Day. In Kevin T. Livingston, Richard Jordan, Gay Sweely (Eds.), Becoming Australians: The movement towards Federation in Ballarat and the Nation. Australia: Wakefield Press.

Irving, H. (2001). Australia's Constitutional Identity: A conundrum for the 21st Century. In Not known (Eds.), Unity and diversity : a national conversation : Barton lectures, (pp. 194-221). Australia: ABC Books.

Irving, H. (2001). Citizenship. The Oxford Companion to Australian History.Australia: Oxford University Press.

Irving, H. (2001). Democratic Experiments with Constitution-Making. In M. Sawer (Eds.), Elections Full , Free and Fair, (pp. 115-129). Australia: Federation Press.

Irving, H. (2001). Framers of the Constitution. In Michael Coper, Tony Blackshield, and George Williams (Eds.), The Oxford Companion to the High Court of Australia. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Irving, H. (2001). Garran, Robert Randolph. In Michael Coper, Tony Blackshield, and George Williams (Eds.), The Oxford Companion to the High Court of Australia. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Irving, H. (2001). Introduction - No Ordinary Act : Essays on Federation and the Constitution by J.A. La Nauze. In H Irving & S Macintyre (Eds.), No Ordinary Act : Essays on Federation and the Constitution by J.A. La Nauze. Melbourne: Melbourne University Press.

Irving, H., Macintyre, S. (2001). No Ordinary Act : Essays on Federation and the Constitution by J.A. La Nauze. Melbourne: Melbourne University Press.

Irving, H. (2001). One Hundred Years of (almost) Solitude: The Evolution of Australian Citizenship. Papers on Parliament, 37, 41-55. [More Information]

Irving, H. (2001). The Commonwealth Constitution 1900-2000. New Federalist, 7, 3-8.

Irving, H. (2001). The Empire Strikes Back: The Constitution, Sovereignty and 19th Century Globalisation. In Charles Sampford, Tom Round (Eds.), Beyond the Republic: Meeting the Global Challenges to Constitutionalism. Australia: Federation Press.

Irving, H. (2001). The Republic Debate. In J.Summers, D.Woodward & A.Parkin (Eds.), Government, Politics, Power and Policy in Australia (7th ed), (pp. 135-151). Sydney: Academic Press.

Irving, H. (2001). Unity and diversity : a national conversation : Barton lectures. Australia: ABC Books.

Irving, H. (2001). Women of the West and How They Won. New Federalist, 6.



2000

Irving, H. (2000). Citizenship before 1949. In Kim Rubenstein (Eds.), Individual Community Nation: Fifty Years of Australian Citizenship. Australia: Australian Scholarly Publishing.

Irving, H. (2000). George Reid. In Michelle Grattan (Eds.), Australian Prime Ministers. Australia: New Holland Publishers (Australia) Pty Ltd.

Irving, H. (2000). The Most Eccentric of Them All: J W R Clarke. In David Headon, John Matthew Williams (Eds.), Makers of Miracles: The Cast of the Federation Story. Australia: Melbourne University Press.

Irving, H. (2000). The Republic Referendum of 6 November 1999. Australian Journal of Political Science, 35(1), 111-115. [More Information]

1999

Irving, H., Williams, J. (1999). "The Best Fitted, with the Greatest Right": Sydney as the Federal Capital. The New Federalist: The Journal of Australian Federation History, 3, 14-21.

Irving, H. (1999). New South Wales. In Helen Irving (Eds.), The Centenary Companion to Australian Federation, (pp. 19-92). United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press.

Irving, H. (1999). The Centenary Companion to Australian Federation. United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press.

Irving, H. (1999). To Constitute a Nation: A Cultural History of Australia's Constitution. United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press.

1998

Irving, H. (1998). A Conventional Convention. Arena Magazine, 34, Apr/May.

Irving, H. (1998). Citizenship. In B. Caine, M. Gatens, E. Grahame, J. Larbalestier, S. Watson, E. Webby (Eds.), Australian Feminism: A Companion. Australia: Oxford University Press.

Irving, H. (1998). Old Familiar Hacks, Just When They're Needed: The New South Wales Delegation. The New Federalist: The Journal of Australian Federation History, 1.

Irving, H. (1998). Referendums in the Air: NSW in June, 1898. The New Federalist: The Journal of Australian Federation History, 2.

Irving, H. (1998). Women, the Constitution and the People's Convention. In Jane Gardiner (Eds.), Here We Come, Ready Or Not!: A Collection of Papers Analysing the Legal and Political Status of Australian Women and Exploring New Avenues for Action by Women to Attain Constitutional and Legal Change. Australia: Women into Politics Incorporated.



1997

Irving, H. (1997). Republicanism and Citizenship. In Brian Galligan, Ian McAllister, John Ravenhill (Eds.), New Developments in Australian Politics. Australia: Macmillan Education Australia.

Irving, H. (1997). The Making of the Australian Constitution. In Kathy Laster (Eds.), Law as Culture. Australia: Federation Press.

Irving, H. (1997). The People and their Conventions. In Michael Coper, George Williams (Eds.), Power, Parliament and the People. Australia: Federation Press.

Irving, H. (1997). To Constitute a Nation: A Cultural History of Australia's Constitution - 1997. United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press.

1996

Irving, H. (1996). A Gendered Constitution? Women, Federation and Heads of Power. In Helen Irving (Eds.), ibid.

Irving, H., Headon, D. (1996). A Week in the Future: Homage to Catherine Helen Spence. In Helen Irving (Eds.), ibid.

Irving, H. (1996). A Woman's Constitution?: Gender and History in the Australian Commonwealth. Australia: Hale and Iremonger.

Irving, H. (1996). Equal Opportunity, Equal Representation and Equal Rights?: What Republicanism Offers to Australian Women. Australian Journal of Political Science, 31(1), 37-50. [More Information]

Irving, H. (1996). Fair Federalists and Founding Mothers. In Helen Irving (Eds.), A Woman's Constitution?: Gender and History in the Australian Commonwealth. Australia: Hale and Iremonger.

Irving, H. (1996). ibid.

Irving, H. (1996). The Republic is a Feminist Issue. Feminist Review, 52, 87-101.

Irving, H. (1996). Thinking of England: Women, Politics and the Queen. In Jeanette Hoorn, David Goodman (Eds.), Vox Reipublicaire: Feminism and the Republic. Australia: La Trobe University Press.

1994

Irving, H. (1994). A Gendered Constitution?: Women, Federation and Heads of Power. University of Western Australia Law Review, 24(2), 186-198.

Irving, H. (1994). Who were the Republicans? In David Headon, James Warden, Bill Gammage (Eds.), Crown Or Country. Australia: Allen and Unwin.

1993

Irving, H. (1993). 'The Boy's Own Republic. Arena Magazine, 8 Dec/Jan.



1992

Irving, H. (1992). History and the Insider. In S. Magarey (Eds.), Writing Lives. Australia: Australian Feminist Studies Publications.



1991

Irving, H. (1991). Little Elves and Mind Control: Advertising and its Critics. Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 4(2), 98-111. [More Information]



1988

Irving, H. (1988). The Romance of Nature. Arena Journal, 84.



1986

Irving, H. (1986). Guilds, corporations and socialist theory. Economy and Society, 15(1), 123-144. [More Information]


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