When: every first Wednesday of the month from October to June, h. 02:00 – 04:00 p.m.
Where: 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.
How: the idea is to discuss together of Legal History around a simple coffee, following the formula of the ‘Coffee Seminar’, from 2:00 p.m. until 4:30 p.m.
Who: the Seminars organised by the Legal historians of ‘Roma Tre’ are open to undergraduates, graduates, researchers and professors of Legal History (and related subjects) of the University of ‘Roma Tre’, ‘La Sapienza’ and ‘Tor Vergata ‘. All Italian and foreign scholars of Legal History and related subjects are very welcome.
Why: the new structure of the Italian Universities, with very large departments, widespread partecipation at national and international projects, and the centralisation and digitisation of libraries, has weakened the internal dialogue among colleagues of the same field at a local level, previously nourished by the common attendance of the specialised Institutes and Libraries into which the former Faculties were subdivided. Through the seminars of the first Wednesday of the month, the Legal Historians of ‘Roma Tre’ intend to create a stable meeting-place in Rome where specialists of every level and age can share – between doubts and certainties – their research path or their future projects. The meetings will have an informal character in order to encourage the collective discussion, which aims at being the real essence of our seminars.