15 Historia et ius [i] (2019)

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                                Historia et ius
               Open Access Peer-Reviewed Journal - ISSN 2279-7416
                       International Journal of Legal History

                                  Issue 15 (2019)


   0 1) Giovanni Minnucci, The Reformation, Canon Law and Protestant jurists: some
      reflections
   0 2) Alessandro Somma, Towards the Great transformation. First World War and
      market regulation in the Italian legal tradition

Studies (blind peer reviewed)

   0 3) Sonia Abis, The imputability of the drunk. Conceptual links between XVI and
      XVII centuries
   0 4) Alarico Barbagli, Modern jurists between fidelity to mos itaicws and suggestions
      to the Elegant jurisprudence. The humanistic quotations in the Tractatus de
      mercatura by Benvenuto Stracca (1553)
   0 5) Caterina Bonzo, A cross-section of institutional life in the correspondence
      between Federigo Sclopis and Quintino Sella (1861-1877)
   0 6) Francesca De Rosa - Ludovico Maremonti, Constitution, repression, seizure
      and confiscation: year 1848 in Naples and the story of Eugenio de Riso
   0 7) Dave De ruysscher, lIs commuine legal scholarship and coherence: the author's
      structure
   0 8) Enrico Fameli, Allodium, feud and municipal goods. Legal borders between real
      situations in a controversy of the modern age
   0 9) Fulvio Mancuso, The reservation of ownership in the notarial formularies: the
      beginning of its diffusion in Modern Age
   0 10) Francesca Macino, On European legal historiography of the nineteenth
      century on the subject of Lombard law
   0 11) Marvin Messinetti, Legal regulation of slavery in Spanish colonies during the
      XVIII century. The experience of the Compafiia Gaditana de Negros
   0 12) Matteo Moro, Giovanni Maria Cesa v Tax Collectors of the Commune of
      Vercelli (1566-67) Case. A Contribution to the Study of Foreign Workers in the
      Duchy of Savoy after the Peace of Cateau-Cambrfsis
   0 13) Gustavo Adolfo Nobile Mattei, Coram Caesarea Maiestate. Alciato, Socini
      and the Wiirttemberg controversy: At the junction between law and politics
   0 14) Mario Riberi, The legal status of the Waldensians in the States of Savoy
      through the opinions of Carlo Luigi Caissotti
   0 15) Simone Rosati, The category of the domini collettivi in the Italian legal
      culture between the 19th and the 20th century
   0 16) Filippo Rossi, Purifying' and 'selecting' migratory flows. The Argentinian
      National Labour Law Draft (1904) and foreign workers

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