Fellowship recieved in 2021
Academic supervisor: prof. Andrea Biondi, prof. Jan Wintr
Current affiliation: Charles University, Faculty of Law, Dept. of Constitutional Law; Ca' Foscari University of Venice, Dept. of Economics
Lukáš Lev Červinka is a joint PhD candidate in Constitutional Law and Politics at Charles University, Faculty of Law, and Law, Market, and Person at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, Department of Economics. He graduated from Charles University and was an Erasmus student at Sutherland School of Law, University College Dublin, visiting fellow at the Centre of Law and Society, Cardiff University, and visiting research student at the Dickson Poon School of Law, King's College London. Lukáš Červinka is interested in the socio-legal studies of constitutions and (anti-)establishment thinking, in particular, from the point of view of social systems theory and social imaginary theory, focusing on the interrelation between the state and the people and its consequences for the legitimacy of a democratic system of government. His current research project focuses on the impact of anti-establishment parties on the constitutional systems of Italy and Czechia
Brief Summary of Support Program Activities:
The SRG project elaborates the theoretical concept of popular identity of the political people laid down by the Establishment Research Project (conducted within a Sylff-financed PhD study) by empirically researching what personal elements articulate the Czech popular identity, by which procedures is such articulation realised, and what values form a basis of the Czech popular identity.