LAW AND RELIGIONS

LAW AND RELIGIONS

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Code
96290
ACADEMIC YEAR
2021/2022
CREDITS
9 credits during the 2nd year of 11161 ADMINISTRATIVE AND POLITICAL SCIENCES (L-16) GENOVA

6 credits during the 3nd year of 8768 International and Diplomatic Sciences (L-36) GENOVA

SCIENTIFIC DISCIPLINARY SECTOR
IUS/11
LANGUAGE
Italian
TEACHING LOCATION
GENOVA (ADMINISTRATIVE AND POLITICAL SCIENCES)
semester
2° Semester
Teaching materials

OVERVIEW

On the one hand, the course aims at providing the knowledge of the tools for the analysis of the new boundaries of religious identity and of the religious phenomenon in contemporary systems; on the other hand, to analyze the relationship between the religious phenomenon and the Public Administration, especially in terms of the third sector, highlighting the social, economic and legal implications.

AIMS AND CONTENT

LEARNING OUTCOMES

The course aims to provide comparative knowledge of the religious phenomenon in relation to the legal dynamics of contemporaneity.

The course aims to provide comparative knowledge of the reli-gious

> phenomenon in relation to the legal dynamics of contem-poraneity.

AIMS AND LEARNING OUTCOMES

At the end of the course the student will be able to know, describe, understand, analyze:
- Moments and problems of the religious phenomenon
- Secular rights and religious rights to the test of fundamentalisms
- The relationship between minorities and the religious majority
- The relationship between Public Administration and the religious phenomenon

PREREQUISITES

No special requirements are required

 

Teaching methods

The course consists of face-to-face lectures for a total of 54 hours (equal to 9 credits). During the course credited in-depth seminars will be held, optional oral or written exercises with distribution of the relevant material through insertion on Aulaweb, which can replace or integrate parts of the program, to be agreed with the teacher. During the course, attending students will have the opportunity to carry out specific work, in groups or individually, under the guidance of the teacher. The part of the program covered by these works, the value of which will be taken into account for the purposes of the final evaluation, will not be required in the final oral exam to be held in one of the ordinary sessions scheduled.

Attendance to lessons will be detected in the manner that will be explained by the teacher during the first lessons.

If the epidemiological situation requires it, in accordance with the rules for access to university premises adopted to combat the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, the teaching and related exams could take place remotely, on the Teams Office online platform, according to the specifications that will be published promptly in the Aulaweb channel of the course.

SYLLABUS/CONTENT

 
Part 1.
Moments and problems of the religious phenomenon
Secular rights and religious rights to the test of fundamentalisms
The relationship between minorities and the religious majority
Part 2.
The relationship between public administration and religious phenomenon
Cultural heritage of religious interest
The third sector

RECOMMENDED READING/BIBLIOGRAPHY

Attending students: The material to be studied in Aulaweb will be inserted. It will be possible to integrate it with the following texts: P. Consorti, Diritto e religione, Bari 2019 (limitatamente ai capitoli 2, 3, 4, 6); Le minoranze religiose tra passato e futuro, a cura di D. Ferrari, Torino, 2016; P. Consorti, L. Gori, E. Rossi, Diritto del Terzo settore, Bologna, 2018 (limitatamente ai capitoli 2, 3, 4, 6 e 9).

 

Non-attending students: P. Consorti, Diritto e religione, Bari 2019 (limitatamente ai capitoli 2, 3, 4, 6); E. Vitali - G. Chizzoniti, Manuale breve di diritto ecclesiastico, Milano, 2016; Le minoranze religiose tra passato e futuro, a cura di D. Ferrari, Torino, 2016; C. Cardia, Risorgimento e religione, Torino, 2011; P. Consorti, L. Gori, E. Rossi, Diritto del Terzo settore, Bologna, 2018 (limitatamente ai capitoli 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 9 e Conclusioni)

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 If the health situation does not allow the reception to take place in person, it will be done on the Teams platform in the channel "Ricevimenti Tarantino" code 37c83m3, every Tuesday from 2 to 3 pm by appointment by writing to daniela.tarantino @ unige.it or by registering in Teams and sending a message to the teacher directly from the platform. Other days and other reception hours can also be arranged by appointment.  

LESSONS

Teaching methods

The course consists of face-to-face lectures for a total of 54 hours (equal to 9 credits). During the course credited in-depth seminars will be held, optional oral or written exercises with distribution of the relevant material through insertion on Aulaweb, which can replace or integrate parts of the program, to be agreed with the teacher. During the course, attending students will have the opportunity to carry out specific work, in groups or individually, under the guidance of the teacher. The part of the program covered by these works, the value of which will be taken into account for the purposes of the final evaluation, will not be required in the final oral exam to be held in one of the ordinary sessions scheduled.

Attendance to lessons will be detected in the manner that will be explained by the teacher during the first lessons.

If the epidemiological situation requires it, in accordance with the rules for access to university premises adopted to combat the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, the teaching and related exams could take place remotely, on the Teams Office online platform, according to the specifications that will be published promptly in the Aulaweb channel of the course.

LESSONS START

Second semester (February-May)

EXAMS

Exam description

The exam is carried out orally and consists of 3/4 questions on the program. During the course, attending students will have the opportunity to carry out specific works, in groups or individually, under the guidance of the teacher. The part of the program covered by these works, the value of which will be taken into account for the purposes of the final evaluation, will not be required in the final oral exam, which will be held in one of the ordinary sessions scheduled.
 

Assessment methods

The oral or written exercises carried out during the course and the final exam aim to verify the acquisition by the student of the knowledge and skills related to the analysis of the new boundaries of religious identity and the religious phenomenon in contemporary systems and analysis of the relationship between religious phenomenon and public administration, especially in the third sector, underlining the social, economic and legal implications.

FURTHER INFORMATION

Class timetable and classrooms on: http://www.aulescienzesociali.unige.it/orari/scpol_cds.php

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

On the basis of the legislation concerning the epidemiological situation, the reception could take place on the appropriate teams channel Ricevimenti Tarantino, code 37c83m3, by appointment with the teacher via email or teams

If the epidemiological situation requires it, in accordance with the rules for access to university premises adopted to counter the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, the teaching and related exams could take place remotely, on the Teams Office online platform, according to the specifications that will be published promptly in the Aulaweb channel of the course.