The Making of the American Constitution - Judy Walton
United States Constitutional Convention | American Government
Assembling a Constitutional Convention
Public Law - Chapter 6: Constitutional Conventions (Degree - Year 1)
Constitution: Convention and Ratification
A constitutional convention is a gathering for the purpose of writing a new constitution or revising an existing constitution.
Members of a constitutional convention are often, though not necessarily or entirely, elected by popular vote. However, a wholly popularly-elected constitutional convention can also be referred to as a Constituent assembly.