BEIC Foundation | Old texts of law: for the enhancement of a European cultural heritage

BEIC Official website On Tuesday May 16, 2017 at 15.15 pm, at the Hall of Parliamentary Acts of the Senate Library – Piazza della Minerva 38 – a meeting will take place on the title Old texts of law: for the enhancement of a European cultural heritage Speakers include: Antonio Padoa Schioppa, University of Milan, Vice President of the Beic Foundation Emanuele Conte, University of Rome Tre Claudia Storti, University…

Medieval “Order” versus Individualism: The Enduring Fascination of German Constitutional History

* Papers provided by Emanuele Conte relevant to the topic On Wednesday, May 3 at 01:00 p.m., we will hold the second round of the legal history seminars of Roma Tre. Prof. Emanuele Conte will introduce the meeting with a study on Medieval “Order” versus Individualism: The Enduring Fascination of German Constitutional History, of which we enclose a Working Paper. We also attach a recent article of Gerhard Dilcher relevant to the topic. Emanuele Conte, Medieval “Order” versus Individualism: The Enduring Fascination…

Medieval “Order” versus Individualism: The Enduring Fascination of German Constitutional History (*)

Provisional version presented to the professors of the Law School in Chicago in April 2016  

Law, Religion and Politics in the Fourth Century Rome

The work of Luca Loschiavo takes as its starting point a passage of Ammian – a sincere admirer of Rome – and his timely observation of the activities of urban prefects under the first years of the Valentinian Empire. The 4th century historian – illustrating the transition from the government of Julian the Apostate – tells of a Rome agitated by the wine crisis and the ongoing construction speculation “which…

Law, Religion and Politics in the Fourth Century Rome

On Wednesday, we will hold the first round of the legal history seminars of Roma Tre. Prof. Luca Loschiavo will introduce the meeting with a study on Law, Religion and Politics in the Fourth Century Rome, of which we enclose the abstract ABSTRACT No matter how brief it may have been, the reign of Julian (Autumn 361 – Summer 363) brought to a head many issues that the conversion of Constantine had created but which had remained latent…

Welcome

Every first Wednesday of the month from October to June (h. 01:30 – 03:30 p.m.), the Legal historians of Roma Tre organise the Legal History Seminars of Roma Tre. The seminars 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. The idea…


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