Piranesi, “Veduta della Curia Innocentiana”, Palazzo Montecitorio (at the end of the seventeenth century Innocent XII gathered here the major tribunals of the Papal State, including the Court of the Auditor Camerae, which had the privative jurisdiction over the chambers’ obligation) On Wednesday, October 3 at 2:00 p.m., we will hold the first round 2018 of.. read more →

From October to June, h. 02:00 p.m. Department of Law, University of ‘Roma Tre’, II floor, Room 278. Address: Via Ostiense 159, 00154, Rome, a few steps away from ‘St. Paul’ Metro B. * * * 3rd October 2018 h. 14:00 – Room 278 Discussion around the book by Antonia Fiori “Espropriare e scomunicare. L’executio parata delle.. read more →

On Wednesday, June 6 at 1:30 p.m., we will hold the eleventh round of the legal history seminars of Roma Tre. Marco Fioravanti will introduce the meeting with his “Guarding the Power? A research on the imperative mandate in France between Ancien régime and Revolution“. RESOURCES Marco Fioravanti, Per un lessico giuridico della trasparenza. Pubblicità e segretezza in Francia tra Ancien.. read more →

Rome, June 6th In recent years many scholars started reflecting on the crisis of democracy and representation. Indeed, everything suggests that the representative system is at a critical juncture: political instances of disintermediation are re-emerging, the traditional guarantees of parliamentarianism are questioned, collective distrust and resentment seem to characterize what Luigi Lacché effectively called a.. read more →

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On Wednesday, May 2 at 1:30 p.m., we will hold the tenth round of the legal history seminars of Roma Tre. Paolo Broggio will introduce the meeting with her “Public authorities and private peaces in the Papal State: the Court of the Governor of Rome in the second half of the XVI century“. read more →

On Wednesday, April 4 at 1:00 p.m., we will hold the ninth round of the legal history seminars of Roma Tre. Enrico Artifoni (University of Turin) and Pietro Costa (University of Florence) will present Cittadinanze medievali. Dinamiche di appartenenza a un corpo comunitario (Medieval Citizenships. Dynamics of belonging to a community body) edited by Sara Menzinger Introduction to the book DOWNLOAD PDF POSTER read more →

On Wednesday Mach 7 at 01 pm, we will hold the eight round of our Legal History Seminars. Prof. Emanuele Conte and Prof. Sara Menzinger will coordinate the roundtable on Consonance, Divergence and Transformation in Western Europe from the late eleventh to the thirteenth century with Andrew Cecchinato, Will Eves, Attilio Stella e Sarah White (University of St Andrews). The roundtable is.. read more →

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On Wednesday, February 7 at 1:30 p.m., we will hold the eight round of the legal history seminars of Roma Tre. Maria Rosa Di Simone will introduce the meeting with her “Reflections and notes from a research on the crimen magiae” TEXTS BIBLIOGRAPHY read more →