6 Historia et ius [i] (2014)

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                                     HISTORIA ET IUS - NUMBER  6

1) Marco Cavina, De Praeda Militari. Geometries of the illegality of looting in the legal culture between the
Middle Ages and the Modern  Age

2) Giovanni Cazzetta, State intervention and contractual freedom between the XIXth and XXth centuries

3) Paolo Angelini, Use of the imperial title in the documents of Slavic sovereigns (XIII-XIV century)

4) Chiara Galligani, The decline of the fedecommesso in the Grand Duchy of Tuscany. A first recognition of
the institute in the seven-nineteenth century legislation

5) Cristina Danusso, The Vth Legal Congress and the criminal protection of poor people (1903)

6) Antonio Grilli, Realizing the European dream: the birth of the community bureaucracy (1952-1965)

7) Alessandro Dani, The legal concept of common goods between past and present - PDF

8) Jacques Bouineau, Becoming and limits of human rights

9) Dolores Freda, The regulation of emigration in Italy between the nineteenth and the twentieth centuries:
an ongoing research

10) Paolo Marchetti, Race and crime. A late nineteenth century Italian debate

11) Martina Giovannini, For a history on legal arrangements for minors: the Bologna case

12)  Francesco D'Urso, On  the rhythm  of the roman-canonical  trial (about K. W. Norr, Romanisch-
kanonisches Prozessrecht. Erkenntnisverfahren erster Instanz in civilibus, Berlin-Heidelberg, Springer, 2012)

13) Elisabetta Fiocchi Malaspina, For the 300'h anniversary of Emer de Vattel's birth (1714-2014) (about
Walter Rech, Enemies of Mankind. Vattel's Theory of Collective Security, Leiden- Boston, Nijhoff, 2013)

14) Federico Sciarra, A French legal culture history (about Frideric Audren-Jean-Louis Halpirin, La culture
juridique frangaise Entre mythes et rdalitis. XIXe-XXe siecles, Paris, Editions du Cnrs, 2013)

15) Alberto Torini, A comparison between criminal law and the new sciences in late nineteenth century
periodicals (about L. Lacche, M. Stronati (curr.), Una Tribuna per le scienze criminali. La Cultura delle riviste
nel dibattito penalistico tra Otto e Novecento, Macerata, EUM, 2012)

16) The start of Spanish pages of the periodical History and Jus

17) Margarita Serna Vallejo, The content of the periodicals on the history of law published in Spain in 2013

18) Marco  Cavina, The Centre for Study and Research on the history of Criminal Justice. - Centre for Study
and Research. History of Criminal Justice. Alma Mater - Universita degli Studi di Bologna

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