11 Historia et ius [i] (2017)

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HISTORIA  ET IUS - NUMBER  11


1)      Francesco Aimerito, Eversion of the ecclesiastical axis: the transformation of the Compagnia di
       San Paolo di Torino (1848-1853)
2)      Eliana Augusti, Stories and historiography of the Consulates in the East between the nineteenth
       and twentieth centuries
3)     Josee Bloquet, The project of civil legislation (1789) of Philippeaux: the legacy of the past for the
        benefit of the new spirit
4)      Francesco D'Urso, The ideal library of a jurist in the mid-nineteenth century. From an unpublished
        letter by Luigi Borsari (1804-1887)
5)      Francesca De Rosa, The French Protectorate in Tunisia and the Italian lawyers (1881-1944)
6)     Silvia Di Paolo, From particular regulae to general norms: towards an administrative law of the
       Church  (XV-XVI centuries)
7)     Alessia Maria Di Stefano, Law is not a theoretical science but an organic and natural process:
        new perspectives for the History of Law in Italy during the nineteenth century
8)      Daniele Edigati, From the notary to the investigating judge: an itinerary of history of the judicial
        institutions in Tuscany by the Ancien Regime to Restauration
9)      Lorenzo Fascione, Barbarians and land work in the West by Theodosius 1 (382) to Odoacre (476)
10)    Carlotta Latini, The signs of deviance and the criminality of the poor. Penalty and prevention in
       the thought of Enrico Ferri, a fuzzy socialist
11)    Giuseppe   Mazzanti, Habere  rem  cum  iudea  a christiano est rem  habere  cum  cane  luris
       interpretatione. The damnata  commixtio  and the crime of bestiality in the legal doctrine of
       common   law
12)    Gustavo  Adolfo Nobile Mattei, Omnes utriusque sexus studeant honeste vivere. Sexual discipline
        in legislation of Benevento (XV-XVII century)
13)    Andrea  Padovani, Violence and private peace in a city of Romagna: Imola in the fifteenth century
14)    Claudia Passarella, The death penalty in Venice in the modern age
15)     Federico Roggero, The corpo and the territorio of the universitas in the Kingdom of Naples
16)     Paolo Rondini, Judicial police and magistracy in liberal Italy
17)     Francesco Serpico, Stories of ordinary inquisition. The lawyer and the defence of the inmate
18)    Augusto  Pierantoni, About abolition of the death penalty (1865), introduction by Elio Tavilla
19)     In memory of Enrico Mazzarese Fardella (1930-2017), by Beatrice Pasciuta
20)     Nicola Picardi: processualist and historian, by Andrea Panzarola
21)    Antonello Cincotta, The affaire Gesti. The process, synchronies, legal deaconries and scientific
       feasible. Suggestions and hypotheses regarding some recent contributions
22)     Neng Dong, The double domain  in the Chinese legal experience. The practice of yition liangzhu
        between uses and legislation
23)    Sara Menzinger,  Reflections on the connection between author and  text in medieval juridical
        production
24)     Ferdinando Treggiari, What cases? The method of cases in the history of juridical teaching
25)     Lihong Zhang, Neng Dong, A  New  Reading on Great Qing Code.  A Comparative  and Historical
       Survey

Appendix
Structure and Tradition. Acts of the study day in memory of Severino Caprioli. By Maria Rosa Di Simone
and Giovanni Diurni

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