18 Historia Constitucional [i] (2017)

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PRESENTACION AL No 18 DE HISTORIA
            CONSTITUCIONAL

       Entre   los  once  Estudios   que  se
incluyen en  esta d6cimo  octava  entrega de
Historia Constitucional, los cinco primeros
se dedican a Espafa, desde  la segunda mitad
del siglo XVIII hasta finales del siglo XX,y en
ellos se abordan el problema de la desigualdad
y sus relaciones con la Economifa politica y el
liberalismo, la privatizaci6n del patrimonio
nacional, la organizaci6n territorial, la libertad
de cultos y la libertad de ensefianza. Los tres
Estudios    siguientes   se    ocupan    del
constitucionalismo otorgado   en  Brasil y
Portugal, asi como del derecho de resistencia
en este dltimo pafs, sobre el que se reflexiona
tambi6n   al  hilo   de  algunos   proyectos
constitucionales. A continuaci6n, dos Estudios
se centran en los primeros aios de los Estados
Unidos  de  Am6rica,  con  el examen   de la
interpretaci6n constitucional de los Padres
Fundadores  y con una  semblanza  biografica
de John Jay. El dltimo Estudio se ocupa de lo
que puede  calificarse de Teoria de la Historia
Constitucional. A   esos  once  Estudios  se
afaden  seis  recensiones sobre  obras  muy
variadas de  notable inter6s para la historia
constitucional europea  (espahola,  francesa,
italiana, suiza y belga) y mexicana.
       Con   el presente ndmero  me  despido
como  director de Historia Constitucional. A
partir del  ndmero   siguiente me   sustituird
Ignacio Fernandez  Sarasola, secretario de la
Revista desde su fundaci6n en el aho 2000, a
quien  doy   las  gracias por   su  generosa
dedicaci6n a ella y a quien deseo mucho 6xito
en  su nueva  tarea. Este  agradecimiento lo
extiendo al Consejo de Redacci6n y al Consejo
Cientifico Asesor de Historia Constitucional,
asi como  a las instituciones espahola que han
hecho posible su continuidad: el Seminario de
Historia Constitucional Martinez Marina, de
la  Universidad  de  Oviedo,  el  Centro  de
Estudios Politicos y Constitucionales, asi como
el  Consejo   Superior   de   Investigaciones
Cientificas. Estoy seguro de que este respaldo
institucional lo mantendra Ignacio Fernandez
Sarasola, al igual que la confianza de sus cada
vez mas  numerosos  colaboradores y lectores,
sin la cual Historia Constitucional no seria
posible.

Oviedo, septiembre de 2017
Joaquin Varela Suanzes-Carpegna


  PRESENTATION OF THE 18TH ISSUE OF
      HISTORIA   CONSTITUCIONAL

        Of the eleven studies included in this
eighteenth edition of Historia Constitucional,
the first five are focused on Spain from the
second half of the eighteenth century until the
end  of the twentieth century. These  studies
address the problem of inequality and how  it
was   related  to  political  economy and
liberalism, the privatisation of state assets,
territorial organisation, religious freedom and
academic freedom. The  following three studies
examine  the  imposed  constitutionalism in
Brazil and Portugal and the right to resist in the
latter country. Some Portuguese constitutional
projects are also studied. The next two studies
focus on the early years of the United States of
America, with an analysis of the constitutional
interpretation of the Founding Fathers and a
biographical sketch of  John  Jay. The  final
study is concerned with what could be classed
as the Theory   of Constitutional History. In
addition to these eleven studies there are six
reviews of widely  differing works which are
highly interesting from the point of view of
European  (Spanish, French, Italian, Swiss and
Belgian) and Mexican constitutional history.
       With  this eighteenth issue I step down
as the director of Historia Constitucional.
From  the next edition I will be replaced by
Ignacio Fernandez Sarasola who  has been the
secretary of the journal since its foundation in
2000 and to whom  I express my thanks for his
generous dedication and to whom I wish every
success in his new role. I also wish to extend
my  gratitude to the Editing  Board  and the
Scientific Advisory   Council   of  Historia
Constitucional  together with  the  Spanish
institutions that have  made   its continuity
possible:  Martinez  Marina   Seminar   of
Constitutional History of  the University of
Oviedo,   the   Centre   for  Political  and
Constitutional Studies and the Higher Council
for Scientific Research. I am  sure that this
institutional support will continue with Ignacio
Fernandez  Sarasola as  director, as will the
endorsement    by    the   journal's   many
collaborators and   readers  without  which
Historia  Constitucional  would not be
possible.


Oviedo, September  2017
Joaquin Varela Suanzes-Carpegna

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