12 Historia et ius [i] (2017)

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HISTORIA ET IUS - NUMBER 11


1) Mario Caravale, Legal science and idea of code between the late Nineteenth and the early
    Twentieth century
2) Nader Hakim, Continuity or rupture in the history of juridical thought? Exegesis, transtextuality and
    legal positivism of the Cours de Code Napolon by Charles Demolombe
3) Francesco Campobello, Between legality and freedom of conscience: Giuseppe Stara, magistrate
    and senator of the Sardinia Kingdom and united Italy
4) Francesca De Rosa, The Osservazioni by Filippo Maria Pagano about the Constitution of Cadiz in
    Naples in 1820
5) Ileana Del Bagno, The Catholic press about the Racial Acts
6) Edoardo Fregoso, Between time and custom. The commodatum in the Duchy of Parma from the
    Ancien R~gime to the Code by Maria Luigia
7) Federica Furfaro, Towards the codification of the Mediterranean maritime law: into the yard of the
    High Adriatic sea at the end of the Eighteenth century
8) Annamaria Monti, Life assurances in the 19th century French literature
9) Emilia Musumeci, The deadly crime: the contagion and the embarrassment of the jurists
10) Marianna Pignata, The freedom of press in a country in search of identity
11) Filippo Rossi, Between Europe and Latin America. The repudiation of the condicidn resolutoria
    implicita in the Argentine Civil Code (1869): roots, models, convergences and divergences
12) Guido Rossi, The liability of the shipmaster in early modern law: comparative (and practice-
    oriented) remarks
13) Francesco Rotondo, Italians of Argentina. From the welcome to the social defense (1853-1910)
14) Stefania T. Salvi, Barristers orators. Forensic eloquence and transformations of a profession
    between the Nineteenth and the Twentieth century
15) Stefania Torre, The international Paris Convention of 1883 and the protection of the industrial
    property
16) Jacopo Torrisi, A Piedmonts Review and a Parthenopean committee: the birth of the Italian notary
17) Alexandre Ledru-Rollin, A look on the operators, the doctrine and the jurisprudence. Introduction
    by Sylvain Bloquet
18) Paolo Alvazzi Del Frate, The history of law and the creation of the Nation-State in Italy during the
    19th century
19) Miroslav CernV, Recent contributions to the history of medieval Canon law in the Czech Republic
20) Marco P. Geri, Deception: vicissitudes and successes of a term with no good meaning
21) Maria Teresa Guerrini, Between education and profession: graduates in Law from Bologna during
    the modern age
22) Damigela Hoxha, Pellegrino Rossi in Bologna (1806-1815). Unpublished documents about the years
    of education and first offices
23) Luca Loschiavo, The statutory historiography over the last thirty years. Brief observations about the
    past and the near future
24) Sandro Notari, lura propria. One decade of studies about the statutes of Lazio (2006-2015)
25) Giovanni Rossi, The Discorso sulla neutralit& by Paolo Paruta: a reflection on the Cinquecento
    Venetian foreign policy
26) Mattia Zeba, The Ottoman and Turkish centralisation-decentralisation debate: a static revolution

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