History of medieval and modern law

History of medieval and modern law

Evolution of law from the last stages of Roman law to medieval law and ending with law in the modern era.

The area of research is that of developing the capacity to interpret and contextualise juridical sources of the medieval and modern epoch by grasping their political-institutional reasoning, but also to develop the capacity to historicise juridical norms and doctrinal or jurisprudential orientations through a critical analysis of juridical history.

People

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Ugo Bruschi

Associate Professor

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Marco Cavina

Full Professor

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Damigela Hoxha

Senior assistant professor (fixed-term)

keywords: Gender history, History of of Sexualities, History of criminal law, History of family law, History of african law,
keywords: Consilia, History of advocacy, History of Universities, History of Commercial Law, Legal faculty, Italian commercial
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Gianni Santucci

Full Professor

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Nicoletta Sarti

Full Professor