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2015Cautious but Engaged - An Empirical Study of the Australian High Court's Use of Foreign and International Materials in Constitutional CasesArcioni, Elisa Rachel; McLeod, Andrew; LawCautious but Engaged - An Empirical Study of the Australian High Court's Use of Foreign and International Materials in Constitutional Cases, International Journal of Legal Information, vol.42, 3, 2015,pp 437-470
2014Constructing Identity in Australian Constitutional LawArcioni, Elisa Rachel; LawConstructing Identity in Australian Constitutional Law in Explorations in Language and Law: Language and Law in Academic and Professional Settings: Analyses and Applications 1/2014, Nova Logos, 2014, pp. 135-147
2016The Core of the Australian Constitutional People - 'The People' as 'The Electors'Arcioni, Elisa Rachel; LawThe Core of the Australian Constitutional People - 'The People' as 'The Electors', UNSW Law Journal, vol.39, 1, 2016,pp 421-449
2014Democracy and the Constitution: The People Deciding the Identity of 'the people'Arcioni, Elisa Rachel; LawDemocracy and the Constitution: The People Deciding the Identity of 'the people' in Law and Democracy: Contemporary Questions, ANU Press, 2014, pp. 11-25
2012Excluding Indigenous Australians from 'The People': A Reconsideration of Sections 25 and 127 of the ConstitutionArcioni, Elisa Rachel; LawExcluding Indigenous Australians from 'The People': A Reconsideration of Sections 25 and 127 of the Constitution, Federal Law Review, vol.40, 3, 2012,pp 287-315
2015Historical facts and constitutional adjudication: the case of the Australian constitutional preambleArcioni, Elisa Rachel; LawHistorical facts and constitutional adjudication: the case of the Australian constitutional preamble, Giornale di Storia Costituzionale [Journal of Constitutional History], vol.30, N/A, 2015,pp 107-124
2014Identity at the edge of the constitutional communityArcioni, Elisa Rachel; LawIdentity at the edge of the constitutional community in Allegiance and Identity in a Globalised World, Cambridge University Press, 2014, pp. 31-51
2014R v Pearson; Ex parte Sipka: Feminism and the FranchiseArcioni, Elisa Rachel; LawR v Pearson; Ex parte Sipka: Feminism and the Franchise in Australian Feminist Judgments: Righting and Rewriting Law, Hart Publishing, 2014, pp. 55-60
2016The small brown bird: Values and aspirations in the Australian ConstitutionArcioni, Elisa Rachel; Stone, Adrienne; LawThe small brown bird: Values and aspirations in the Australian Constitution, International Journal of Constitutional Law, vol.14, 1, 2016,pp 60-79
2016Tracing the ethno-cultural or racial identity of the Australian constitutional peopleArcioni, Elisa Rachel; LawTracing the ethno-cultural or racial identity of the Australian constitutional people, Oxford University Commonwealth Law Journal, vol.15, 2, 2016,pp 173-195