8 Historia et ius [i] (2015)

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HISTORIA  ET IUS - NUMBER  8


1) Mario Caravale, Banquo's shadow. The phantom of freedom in the fascist first decay public-law discipline

2) Jacques Bouineau, About which men talk human rights

3) Paolo Alvazzi del Frate, A culture of freedom: eight hundred years from Magna Carta

4) Mario Caravale, The Concession of the Magna Carta

6) Lorenzo d'Avack, Use of the Magna Carta during the first English constitutional conflict on the seventeenth
century

7) Giovanni Serges, Magna Carta Libertatum property of the constitutionalism

8) Giordano Ferri, The English constitutionalism and the idea of the State in the liberal Italy: Attilio Brunialti's
political sciences library

9) Tiziana Ferreri, The crimem calumniae in Accursio's Magna Glossa and some notes about the modern age
The crimem  calumniae

10) Patrick Arabeyre, Between priscus docendi stylus and nova docendi methodus. Resurgent vision about
the pantheon of French jurists

11) Giovanni Minnucci, An Alberico Gentili's unpublished letter to father Matteo on theological matters with
a sonnet dedicated to Queen Elisabeth the first of England (18th September 1592?)

12) Maria Chiara D'Alfonso, G.P. Spannagel's notes on Giannone's Istoria civile. Contents, historiographical
analysis and research perspectives

13) Geraldina Boni, Cardinal Giovanni Soglia Ceroni and the jus publicum ecclesiasticum

14) Maria Morello, To the history of the woman-worker legal conditions in the twentieth century. The law n.
7 of 9 January 1963 on the prohibition of the worker fire in case of marriage

15) Andrea Ridolfi, Crime of opinion between liberal State and Fascism

16) Antonio Ceci, Tobacco monopoly in Italy. Rise and downfall of a national industry

17) Dolores Freda, Traders of human flesh: the agents of emigration at the early twentieth century

18) Giordano Ferri, Formalism and nihilism in Italy between the end of the nineteenth and the twentieth
centuries. A new reading of Natalino Irti

19) Vida Azimi, Two readings about the State in all its conditions

20) Alessandro Neroni, Defining mixed jurisdictions: the case of Louisiana

21) Alessandra  Cuppini, Crime Victims and  the Yo-Yo Effect. An Historical Investigation of Victim's
Participation in Criminal Proceedings

22) Chiara Artico, lo son padrone di gridare et contrastare con for quello che mi pare et piacce con mia
moglie: ius corrigendi and female strategies for the preservation of the family order in the Signoria of Duino
between  the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.

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