17 Historia Constitucional [i] (2017)

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PRESENTACION


       Esta    nueva    entrega   de    Historia
Constitucional  se  abre  con   un  estudio  de
Maurizio   Fiorvanti   sobre   La   Costituzione
democratica  del novecento: genesi e prospettive.
Le  siguen once estudios mis,  agrupados  segudn
criterio exclusivamente cronol6gico. Asi, en una
primera  secci6n, dedicada  a los siglos XVII y
XVIII, se incluye un  estudio  sobre el siempre
sugerente pensamiento  de  Spinoza  y otro sobre
la primera ley electoral en los Estados Unidos de
America.  Una  segunda  secci6n, centrada en  el
siglo XIX, particularmente en  su primer  tercio,
contiene   un   estudio  sobre   el  reglamento
parlamentario     en     los    origenes     del
constitucionalismo europeo, tambien  el espafiol,
y  otros tres que,  de un  modo   u  otro, estan
relacionados con  la Constituci6n de  Cddiz. En
ellos se  aborda  la  libertad religiosa en esa
Constituci6n y  en la de  1837, la circulaci6n y
difusi6n de las ideas fraternales y cosmopolitas
durante  el Trienio  Liberal (1820-1823), y  un
estudio  sobre el andlisis de  Karl-Ludwig  Von
Haller acerca de  la Constituci6n doceaffista en
1823.   La tercera secci6n, centrada en el 01timo
tercio del siglo XIX y primeras decadas del XX, se
compone   de dos  estudios. El primero  de ellos
analiza los estereotipos de genero y matrimonio
regio  como  estrategia  de legitimaci6n  en  la
monarquia  espafiola contempordnea,  mientras el
segundo  escudrifia la forma en que se percibi6 la
justicia en Espafia a comienzos del siglo XX. De
este siglo se ocupan los tres estudios siguientes,
que  conforman la cuarta y Witima secci6n, en las
que    se   contemplan,    respectivamente,   la
naturaleza  juridica de  la 11amada  Repiblica
Social   Italiana, la  justicia  constitucional
vertebrada en  Colombia  por el general Gustavo
Rojas   Pinilla, y, en   fin, el programa del
Movimiento  de las Fuerzas Armadas  Portuguesas
tras el 25 de abril de 1974. Cuatro recensiones
sobre obras muy  diversas y una noticia sobre un
Coloquio  acerca  de la influyente Constituci6n
mexicana   de  1917- justo  cuando  estamos  en
visperas de  conmemorar   su bicentenario- en el
marco  de la tradici6n constitucional de ese pais,
cierran  esta  entrega,  la decimoseptima,   de
Historia Constitucional.

       En  otro  orden de  cosas, me   complace
sefialar que la FECYT  -el organismo  oficial que
evalHa la calidad de las publicaciones cientificas
espafiolas- ha renovado  el sello de calidad de
nuestra  Revista para el trienio 2016-2018. Una
grata   noticia, ya   que,   ademds,   Historia
Constitucional ha recibido esta certificaci6n de
forma   continuada en las 01timas cuatro
convocatorias de evaluaci6n.


              Oviedo, Septiembre de 2017


Joaquin  Varela Suanzes-Carpegna
Director de Historia Constitucional


       This new  issue of Historia Constitucional
opens  with a study by Maurizio  Fiorvanti on La
Costituzione democratica del novecento: genesi e
prospettive. It is followed by a  further eleven
studies,   strictly  grouped     according    to
chronological criteria. The first section, dedicated
to  the seventeenth  and   eighteenth centuries,
includes  a  study  on   the  always  suggestive
thought  of  Spinoza and   another on  the  first
electoral law in the United  States. The second
section, focused   on  the  nineteenth  century,
particularly on the first thirty years, contains a
study on parliamentary rules in the beginnings of
constitutionalism  in Europe   and   Spain  and
another  three  studies which,  in one  way   or
another  are related to the Constitution of Cadiz.
The  first of these three articles addresses the
religious freedom in this Constitution and in that
of 1837, the second examines the circulation and
diffusion of fraternal and cosmopolitan  ideas
during  the Liberal Triennium  (1820-1823), and
the third constitutes an analysis of Karl-Ludwig
Von  Haller  on the  twelve-year constitution of
1823. The  third section, focused on the last third
of the nineteenth century  and early decades  of
the twentieth century comprise two  studies. The
first analyses  gender   stereotypes and   royal
marriages   as a  legitimation strategy  in  the
contemporary   Spanish   monarchy,   while   the
second  examines  the way in which  the Spanish
justice system was perceived at the beginning of
the  twentieth  century. The  fourth  and  final
section contains three studies dedicated  to the
twentieth century  which  contemplate  the legal
nature  of the so-called Italian Social Republic,
the constitutional justice created in Columbia by
Gustavo  Rojas Pinilla, and the programme of the
Portuguese  Armed   Forces  movement   after the
25th  April 1974  respectively. This seventeenth
edition of Historia Constitucional is closed with
four  reviews of highly  diverse works  and  an
announcement about a talk on the influential
Mexican  Constitution of 1917, in the build up to
its bicentenary, within the framework of Mexico's
constitutional tradition of this country,.

       On  another note, I am pleased  to inform
you  that  the FECYT   - the  official body that
assesses   the  quality  of  Spanish   scientific
publications - has renewed the quality seal of our
Journal  for the  three-year period  2016-2018.
This is good  news, as  Historia Constitucional
has  received this certification in the last four
assessment  processes.





            Oviedo (Spain), September 2017

            Joaquin Varela Suanzes-Carpegna
          Director of Historia Constitucional


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