Helen Irving

Helen Irving (born April 8, 1954) is Professor Emerita at Sydney Law School, University of Sydney, Australia. Irving's research is in constitutional law, employing an historical perspective of the political and social context of Australian constitutional law and citizenship. Research interests include: Australian and comparative constitutional law, gender and constitutionalism, constitutional history and theory, constitutional citizenship.

Between 1997 and 2013, Irving served as a member of the Advisory Council of the National Archives of Australia.

Irving was awarded the Commonwealth of Australia Centenary medal for services to the Centenary of Federation celebrations in 2001 and was a finalist for the NSW Premier's Centenary History Award.

Irving has held international visiting positions in Hong Kong (2004), London (2009), the Fernaund Braudel Senior Fellowship at the European University Institute (2015) and Harvard Chair of Australian Studies at Harvard Law School (2005-2006).

In 2012 Irving received a Faculty of Law Award for Excellence in Teaching. An expert witness on various Commonwealth Parliament committees.

Most recently completing an ARC Discovery Grant project on constitutional citizenship and allegiance. Irving retired in 2020 after 19 years in the Sydney Law School

Irving currently resides in Sydney Australia with her husband, philosopher Stephen Gaukroger.

At the end of 2020, Irving retired from the University of Sydney after 19 years of service. She has been an expert witness for various Commonwealth Parliament committees, and recently became a Member on the Advisory Council, Museum of Democracy, “Democracy DNA” exhibition. Provided by Wikipedia
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    Gender and the constitution : equity and agency in comparative constitutional design / by Irving, Helen

    Published 2008
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    Gender and the constitution : equity and agency in comparative constitutional design / by Irving, Helen

    Published 2008
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    To constitute a nation : a cultural history of Australia's constitution / by Irving, Helen

    Published 1997
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    Citizenship, alienage and the modern constitutional state : a gendered history / by Irving, Helen

    Published 2016
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    Five things to know about the Australian Constitution / by Irving, Helen

    Published 2004
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    Citizenship, alienage and the modern constitutional state : a gendered history / by Irving, Helen

    Published 2016
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    Allegiance, citizenship and the law the enigma of belonging / by Irving, Helen

    Published 2022
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    Five things to know about the Australian Constitution / by Irving, Helen

    Published 2004
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    The centenary companion to Australian federation /

    Published 1999
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    Constitutions and gender /

    Published 2017
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    Plant signaling peptides

    Published 2012
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    Women as constitution-makers : case studies from the new democratic era /

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    Women as constitution-makers : case studies from the new democratic era /

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    Women as constitution-makers : case studies from the new democratic era /

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