Basic notions of constitutional history and Italian public
About the CourseThe course deals with the study of the sources of Italian law (the Constitution and the constitutional revision laws, primary sources, secondary sources; regional order sources, supranational sources), as well as, 'Italian institutional organization (the Italian form of government and Its evolution, the constitutional organs, the constitutional principles of jurisdiction, constitutional justice, the Italian state in the international and European dimension). The course also provides elements of Italian constitutional history, with particular regard to the relations between the state and religious confessions.
Learning outcomesThe course aims at providing students with an understanding of the fundamental elements and main issues of Italian public law as well as a thorough knowledge of the sources. The ability to frame this knowledge within the historical background that generated the current Italian constitutional structure.
Background and RequirementsThe course is intended for students, scholars or workers interested in the topics of the course. No prior knowledge is required.
- R. BIN-G. PITRUZZELLA, Diritto pubblico, XIV ed. Torino 2016.
- U. ALLEGRETTI, Storia costituzionale italiana. Popolo e istituzioni, Bologna, 2014.
- A.C. JEMOLO, Chiesa e Stato in Italia negli ultimi cento anni, Torino, 1975.