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Unit FOUNDATIONS OF EUROPEAN SCIENCE LAW

Course
Law
Study-unit Code
GP003103
Location
PERUGIA
Curriculum
In all curricula
Teacher
Marialuisa Navarra
Teachers
  • Marialuisa Navarra - Didattica Ufficiale
  • Carlo Lorenzi - Didattica Ufficiale (Codocenza)
Hours
  • 18 ore - Didattica Ufficiale - Marialuisa Navarra
  • 18 ore - Didattica Ufficiale (Codocenza) - Carlo Lorenzi
CFU
6
Course Regulation
Coorte 2014
Offered
2018/19
Learning activities
Affini o integrative d.m.270/04
Area
Attività formative in ambiti disciplinari affini o integrativi a quelli di base e caratterizzanti, anche con riguardo alle culture di contesto e alla formazione interdisciplinare
Sector
IUS/18
Type of study-unit
Opzionale (Optional)
Type of learning activities
Attività formativa monodisciplinare
Language of instruction
Italian
Contents
The course focuses on the foundations of contemporary European legal systems starting from the common base of Roman law and analyzes some topics of public and private law.
Reference texts
P.G. STEIN, Il diritto romano nella storia europea, Cortina Editore, Milano 2001;
G. CRIFÒ, Lezioni di storia del diritto romano, V ed., Monduzzi, Bologna 2010, §§ 26-29 (pp. 101-119);
B. ALBANESE, Le persone nel diritto privato romano, Palermo 1979, cap. III (pp. 171-201), disponibile sulla piattaforma “Unistudium”;
G. CRIFÒ, Per una prospettiva romanistica dei diritti dell'uomo, in Diritto Romano Attuale, 12, 2004, pp. 149-185, disponibile sulla piattaforma “Unistudium”;
G. SANTUCCI (a cura di), Fondamenti del diritto europeo. Seminari trentini, Jovene, Napoli 2012, pp. 93-112; 181-200.
Educational objectives
Provide the knowledge and understanding of the European legal roots and analyze particular themes. The course also aims to provide the student with a critical sense to address current problems in the European legal area.
Prerequisites
In order to understand the topics of the course and to achieve the aims of learning students attending and not attending must have a good historical and legal culture.
Teaching methods
Front lecturing.
Other information
Seminars and integrative readings can be agreed with attending students. Students reception.
For information on support services for students with disabilities and/or DSA visit http://www.unipg.it/disabilita-e-dsa.
Learning verification modality
The exam consists of an oral test aimed at verifying the knowledge and understanding of the topics covered by the course, as well as evaluating the student's presentation and reasoning skills. The duration may vary depending on the progress of the test.
Extended program
The European legal science has a long tradition that begins with the history of Rome. The course deals with the evolution leading to the contemporary European legal systems starting from Roman law, highlighting the elements of continuity and discontinuity, with insights on issues about citizenship, human rights and property right.
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