10 Historia et ius [i] (2016)

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HISTORIA  ET IUS - NUMBER  10


1)       Floriana Colao, L'albero nuovo si piega meglio di quello vecchio. The educative justice towards
         minors during the Liberal period in Italy

2)       Giovanni Basini, The Italian monetary legislation during the crisis between the two wars (1926-
         1936)

3)       Raffaella Bianchi Riva, From the consensus to the dissent. The juridical relevance of the scandal in
         the episcopal elections (12th and 15th centuries)

4)       Cristina Danusso, The judge Antonio Raimondi and the Fascism

5)       Giuseppina De Giudici, La donna difronte alla legge penale, the issue of the criminal responsibility
         of women  between the nineteenth and twentieth centuries

6)       Dolores Freda, As in Parliament as in court: the divorce through the parliamentary procedure in
         England during the eighteenth century

7)       Federica Furfaro, Paolo Emilio Bensa: an Italian civil lawyer with (also) a Pandectists education

8)       Francesca lurlaro, Pirates, barbarians and shepherds. Three figures on the edge of humanitas in the
         Alberico Gentili's thinking (1552-1608)

9)       Maria Morello, The organization of the job in the artisan shops between XIII and XV century. The
         apprenticeship contract.

10)      Marc Ortolani, The process to corpses of suicides at the end of Ancien Regime. Two examples
         from Provence

11)      Veronique  Pinson-Ramin, The question Prealable in Britain in the XVII century

12)      Stefania T. Salvi, The irresistible audacia of a modern thinker. Christian Thomasius's book De
         crimine bigamiae

13)      Giuseppe Speciale, The Assumption of Virgin Mary in heaven: Giustiniano and Bonaventura from
         Bagnoregio

14)      Stefano Vinci, The judicial policy of Italian fascism in the jurisprudence of the Special Court for the
         defense of the State (1926-1943)

15)      Christophe Archan, The Small Primer and the legal triads. The judges and their sources in medieval
         Ireland

16)      Vida Azimi, A beheaded customs officer: Nathaniel Hawthorne. A literary anthology regarding
         customs

17)      Julien Boudon, Bicameralism or bicameralisms? Typology test of bicameral parliaments

18)      Giulia Maria Labriola, For an history of legal culture. Reflections on a complex canon between
         France and Italy

19)      Giuseppe Mazzanti, About Berenger Fredol's book Summula inforo poenitentiali and two works on
         confession attributed to Giovanni from Legnano and Antonio from Budrio

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