RELIGIOUS AND POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS IN THE MEDITERRANEAN REGION

RELIGIOUS AND POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS IN THE MEDITERRANEAN REGION

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Code
98822
ACADEMIC YEAR
2019/2020
CREDITS
6 credits during the 1st year of 10177 MASTER'S DEGREE IN INTERNATIONAL SCIENCES AND COOPERATION (LM-52) GENOVA
SCIENTIFIC DISCIPLINARY SECTOR
IUS/11
TEACHING LOCATION
GENOVA (MASTER'S DEGREE IN INTERNATIONAL SCIENCES AND COOPERATION)
semester
2° Semester
Teaching materials

OVERVIEW

On the one hand the course analyzes the relationship between the religious factor and the political community in the contemporary age, with particular attention to the Italian case, and on the other the religious phenomenon in law through models of comparison and relationship between religions, culture and legal system in Euro-Mediterranean area, with particular reference to specific problem areas concerning the institution of marriage and the function of ministers of worship

AIMS AND CONTENT

LEARNING OUTCOMES

Objectives of the course are: 1) the study of the religious phenomenon both in the inter-disciplinary dimension and in the institutional dimension, in order to deepen the theme of the sacralization of politics and of the nationalization of religion in the Italian legal system and in other systems; 2) the critical analysis of the relationship between religions, culture and law of the Mediterranean area, referring particularly to specific common institutions such as, for example, family, ministers of worship, finance, food rules in order to identify them, through an analysis of comparative type on a historical-juridical basis, analogies, differences, problematic aspects, modalities of performance in particular analyzing single institutions common to Catholicism, Islamism and Judaism.

At the end of the course the student will have to know, describe, understand, analyze the dynamics between the religious factor and the political community and the manifestation of the religious phenomenon in law through the models of comparison and relationship between religions, culture and legal system in the Euro Mediterranean area

AIMS AND LEARNING OUTCOMES

In this regard, the attention is concentrated in the public space of Christianity, Judaism and Islam, deepening the analogies and antinomies concerning the religious institutions examined and casting a glance on the meaning of the law of religions, on the main sources of religious rights and on the related methodologies of study. On the one hand the course analyzes the relationship between the religious factor and the political community in the contemporary age, with particular attention to the Italian case, and on the other the religious phenomenon in law through models of comparison and relationship between religions, culture and legal system in Euro-Mediterranean area, with particular reference to specific problem areas concerning the institution of marriage and the function of ministers of worship.

Teaching methods

During the course will be held in-depth credit seminars, oral or written exercises with optional distribution of the related material through insertion on aulaweb, which may replace or integrate parts of the program, to be agreed with the teacher.

SYLLABUS/CONTENT

The attention is concentrated in the public space of Christianity, Judaism and Islam, deepening the analogies and antinomies concerning the religious institutions examined and casting a glance on the meaning of the law of religions, on the main sources of religious rights and on the related methodologies of study. On the one hand the course analyzes the relationship between the religious factor and the political community in the contemporary age, with particular attention to the Italian case, and on the other the religious phenomenon in law through models of comparison and relationship between religions, culture and legal system in Euro-Mediterranean area, with particular reference to specific problem areas concerning the institution of marriage and the function of ministers of worship.

RECOMMENDED READING/BIBLIOGRAPHY

For the part related to the relationship between religious factor and political community:

 
Attending students: The material to be studied in the web classroom will be inserted. It will be possible to integrate it with the following texts:
G. Dammacco, Diritti e religioni nel crocevia del Mediterraneo, Bari, 2016

 

For the part concerning the religious phenomenon in law:

 

Attending students: The material to be studied in the web classroom will be inserted. It will be possible to integrate it with the following texts:

S. Ferrari, “Introduzione al diritto comparato delle religioni” (Bologna, Il Mulino 2008), capitoli III (pp. 35-56), V (pp. 111-172) e VI (pp. 173-226); G. Barberini – M. Canonico, “Elementi essenziali dell’ordinamento canonico” (Giappichelli, Torino 2013), capitolo V (pp. 139-212).

 

 

Erasmus students attending: The material to be studied in the webroom will be inserted. It will be possible to integrate it with the following texts:
G. Dammacco, Diritti e religioni nel crocevia del Mediterraneo, Bari, 2016; S. Ferrari, “Introduzione al diritto comparato delle religioni” (Bologna, Il Mulino 2008), capitoli III (pp. 35-56), V (pp. 111-172) e VI (pp. 173-226) or H. P. Glenn, “Legal Traditions of the World” (Oxford University Press 2010), capitoli I, IV, VI; G. Barberini – M. Canonico, “Elementi essenziali dell’ordinamento canonico” (Giappichelli, Torino 2013), capitolo V (pp. 139-212).

 

 

Students not attending:

 

G. Dammacco, Diritti e religioni nel crocevia del Mediterraneo, Bari, 2016; AA.VV., Libertà di espressione e libertà religiosa in tempi di crisi economica e di rischi per la sicurezza, Pisa, 2016 (solo da pag. 145 a p.337);

S. Ferrari, “Introduzione al diritto comparato delle religioni” (Bologna, Il Mulino 2008), capitoli I (9-21), II (pp. 23-34), III (pp. 35-56), V (pp. 111-172) e VI (pp. 173-226); G. Barberini – M. Canonico, “Elementi essenziali dell’ordinamento canonico” (Giappichelli, Torino 2013), capitoli II (pp. 25-57) e V (pp. 139-212).

 

 

Erasmus students not attending:

 
G. Dammacco, Diritti e religioni nel crocevia del Mediterraneo, Bari, 2016; AA.VV., Libertà di espressione e libertà religiosa in tempi di crisi economica e di rischi per la sicurezza, Pisa, 2016 (solo da pag. 145 a p.337); S. Ferrari, “Introduzione al diritto comparato delle religioni” (Bologna, Il Mulino 2008), capitoli I (9-21), II (pp. 23-34), III (pp. 35-56), V (pp. 111-172) e VI (pp. 173-226) o in alternativa H. P. Glenn, “Legal Traditions of the World” (Oxford University Press 2010), capitoli I, II, IV, V, VI; G. Barberini – M. Canonico, “Elementi essenziali dell’ordinamento canonico” (Giappichelli, Torino 2013), capitoli II (pp. 25-57) e V (pp. 139-212).

TEACHERS AND EXAM BOARD

Ricevimento: The teacher receives at the Department of Law in Via Balbi 30, sect. of History of Law, II floor or at the Albergo dei Poveri, Torre Centrale, V floor, by appointment to be agreed via email at daniela.tarantino@unige.it  

Exam Board

DANIELA TARANTINO (President)

FRANCESCO PIERINI

LARA PICCARDO

MATTEO CARMINE FIOCCA

ANDREA CATANZARO

LESSONS

Teaching methods

During the course will be held in-depth credit seminars, oral or written exercises with optional distribution of the related material through insertion on aulaweb, which may replace or integrate parts of the program, to be agreed with the teacher.

LESSONS START

Second semester every Tuesday and Wednesday from 2 to 4 pm at the Albergo dei Poveri. Any changes in time or days will be agreed with the teacher and entered on aulaweb

 

The teacher receives at the Department of Law in Via Balbi 30, sect. of History of Law, II floor or at the Albergo dei Poveri, Torre Centrale, V floor, by appointment to be agreed via email at daniela.tarantino@unige.it

ORARI

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RELIGIOUS AND POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS IN THE MEDITERRANEAN REGION

EXAMS

Exam description

The exam is oral. During the course one or two written / oral exercises can be carried out to be agreed with the teacher

 

 

During the course the signatures of the students attending will be taken

Assessment methods

During the course will be held in-depth credit seminars, oral or written exercises with optional distribution of the related material through insertion on aulaweb, which may replace or integrate parts of the program, to be agreed with the teacher.

Exam schedule

Date Time Location Type Notes
16/06/2020 09:00 GENOVA Orale
14/07/2020 09:00 GENOVA Orale
27/07/2020 09:00 GENOVA Orale
01/09/2020 09:00 GENOVA Orale

FURTHER INFORMATION

The teacher receives at the Department of Law in Via Balbi 30, sect. of History of Law, II floor or at the Albergo dei Poveri, Torre Centrale, V floor, by appointment to be agreed via email at daniela.tarantino@unige.it

Class timetable and classrooms on:

 

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