Takeshi Kawanabe

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Takeshi Kawanabe
Hitotsubashi University
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Academic & Professional Experience

Apr 2018
Adjunct Lecturer, Kawamura Women’s University
Apr 2019
Mar 2020
Research Lecturer, Graduate School of Law, Hitotsubashi University
Aug 2017
Mar 2018
Research Assistant, Mori Arinori Center for Higher Education and Global Mobility, Hitotsubashi University
Jun 2017
Sep 2017
Adjunct Lecturer, Faculty of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Liberal Arts Division, Tokyo City University
Oct 2014
Mar 2015
Teaching Assistant, Center for General Education, Hitotsubashi University


Apr 2014
Mar 2019
Graduate School of Law(Ph. D. of Laws), Hitotsubashi University
Apr 2012
Mar 2014
Graduate School of Law(MA), Hitotsubashi University
Apr 2008
Mar 2012
Faculty of Law(BA), Tohoku University

Awards & Honors

Mar 2019
The 11th Ishibashi Tanzan Award for Young Researchers, The Ishibashi Tanzan Memorial Foundation

Published Papers

Takeshi Kawanabe
Hitotsubashi University      Mar 2019   [Refereed]
川鍋 健
一橋法学   17(3) 521-573   Nov 2018   [Refereed]
This article deals with the constitutional theory called 'Democratic Constitutionalism' of two brilliant Yale constitutional lawyers, Robert C. Post and Reva B. Siegel. First, this article clarifies the characteristics of the theory by focusing on...
川鍋 健
一橋法学   17(2) 435-480   Jul 2018   [Refereed]
This article focuses on the populist constitutionalism of Professor Akhil Reed Amar. His constitutional theory is described as follows.(1)The meaning of the Constitution could be changed by interpretation in order to adjust each amendment's relati...
川鍋 健
一橋法学   16(1) 165-206   Mar 2017   [Refereed]
This article considers Professor Jack M. Balkin's text on the methodology of constitutional interpretation, Living Originalism, and his historical narrative of legitimating the U.S. Constitution, Constitutional Redemption. In both books, Balkin's ...
川鍋 健
一橋法学   15(2) 799-853   Jul 2016   [Refereed]
While the great series of constitutional theory, We the People, written by Professor Bruce A. Ackerman, vividly describes what We the People in the U. S. has achieved in the constitutional canon without the form of the amendment, his historiograph...