GLOSSAE 17 (2020)

STUDIES

  • An introduction to the birth of criminal positivism in Europe and Latin America at the end of the 19th century: rise and resistance, pp. 1-21
  • Yves Cartuyvels, Aniceto Masferrer

 

  • The Theory of Social Defence and the Italian Positive School of Criminal Law, pp. 22-46
  • Michele Pifferi

 

  • Bernardino Alimena and Emanuele Carnevale: The third school of criminal law searching for a compromise, pp. 47-82
  • Stefano Vinci

 

  • Argentina’s Participation in the International Penal and Penitentiary Congress (1872-1950), pp. 83-118
  • Esteban González, Jorge Núñez

 

  • About the concept of the ‘dangerous individual’ in turn-of-the-century penal reform: Debates on recidivism, état dangereux, indeterminate sentencing, and civil liberty in the International Union of Penal Law, 1889-1914, pp. 119-149
  • Richard F. Wetzell

 

  • Zweckgedanke, Social Defence and Transnational Criminal Law: Franz von Liszt and the Network of Positivist Criminology (1871-1918), pp. 150-175
  • Karl Härter

 

  • Adolphe Prins and social defence in Belgium: The reform in the service of maintaining social order, pp. 176-210
  • Yves Cartuyvels

 

  • Gerhardus Antonius van Hamel (1842-1917) and the new horizons of criminal justice under penal positivism, pp. 211-232
  • John A.E. Vervaele

 

  • Echoes of Karl Binding and Franz von Liszt? The Discussion between the ‘Classical School’ and the ‘Positivist School’ in Austria, pp. 233-258
  • Martin P. Schennach

 

  • Toward New Horizons: Penal Positivism and Swiss Criminal Law Reform in the late 19th and early 20th Centuries, pp. 259-276
  • Urs Germann

 

  • The hybrid construction of a European form of penal thinking. From Italian positivism to the birth of French criminology Reception, resistance and appropriation, pp. 277-302
  • Martine Kaluszynski

 

  • The reception of the positivist school in the Spanish criminal doctrine (1885-1899), pp. 303-352
  • Aniceto Masferrer

 

  • Pedro Dorado Montero: A Transitioning Figure, pp. 353-395
  • José Franco-Chasán

 

  • A frantic mayfly at the turn of the century: The positivist movement and Portuguese criminal law, pp. 396-439
  • Pedro Caeiro, Frederico de Lacerda da Costa Pinto

 

  • Reception of social defense in the RSFSR and the USSR, pp. 440-468
  • Maria Filatova, Tatiana Alekseeva

 

  • Ascension and decline of positivism in Argentina, pp. 469-485
  • Enrique Roldán Cañizares, Matías J. Rosso

 

  • The Italian Scuola Positiva in Brazil between the nineteenth and twentieth centuries: the problematic issue of “influence”, pp. 486-516
  • Ricardo Sontag

 

    MISCELLANEA

    • La peste en Constantinopla, pp. 517-549
    • The Plague in Constantinople
    • María José Bravo Bosch

     

    • Tratamiento jurídico de las lesiones en la Edad Media, pp. 550-568
    • Legal regime of injuries in the Middle Ages
    • Adolfo A. Díaz-Bautista Cremades

     

    • Oficiales competentes para reprimir la exportación de bienes prohibidos en Castilla hasta finales del Antiguo Régimen, pp. 569-596
    • Competent officials to repress the export of prohibited goods in Castile until the end of the Old Regime
    • Miguel Pino Abad

     

    • Ius commune and juridical conflicts in the early-modern almotaçaria of Lisbon on construction laws and disputes between neighbours, pp. 597-627
    • Sandra M. G. Pinto

     

    • Incumplimiento de la donación promisoria y beneficium competentiae: Bases romanistas de su recepción en el Código civil de Bello, pp. 628-672
    • Breach of promising donation and beneficium competentiae: The Roman law legacy and its reception in the Civil code of Bello
    • Juan Carlos Prado Rodríguez

     

    • Bans on Combinations: Nineteenth-Century France, Great Britain and Spain, pp. 673-696
    • Isabel Ramos Vázquez

     

    • Los estudios de Leyes durante el Barroco. El primer manual para la enseñanza de la Iurisprudentia, escrito en castellano, pp. 697-720
    • The studies of Law in the Baroque period. The first textbook written in Spanish to teach the Iurisprudentia
    • Marina Rojo Gallego-Burín

     

    • La influencia del Derecho romano en Estados Unidos en el ámbito académico y jurisprudencial, pp. 721-743
    • The influence of Roman law in the United States in the scholarly and jurisprudential field
    • José Luis Zamora Manzano

     

      BOOK REVIEWS

      • Hylkje de Jong, ’Εντολή (mandatum) in den Basiliken, Leiden – Boston: Brill, 2020, XII + pp. 239 [ISBN: 978-90-04-41011-4], pp. 744-746
      • Francisco J. Andrés Santos

       

      • Aniceto Masferrer (ed.), Tradición e influencias extranjeras en la codificación penal española. Parte especial, Cizur Menor (Navarra): Thomson Reuters-Aranzadi, 2020, pp. 1130 [ISBN: 978-84-1346-572-2], pp. 747-749
      • Álex Corona Encinas

       

      • NO TAN LEJANO. Una visión de la mujer romana a través de temas de actualidad (María José Bravo Bosch, Alicia Valmaña Ochaíta, Rosalía Rodríguez López, eds.), Valencia: Tirant lo Blanch, 2020, 502 pp. [ISBN: 978-84-17203-00-9], pp. 750-762
      • Juan Alfredo Obarrio Moreno

       

      • Daniel Schwartz, The Political Morality of the Late Scholastics. Civil Life, War and Conscience, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019, XIII + pp. 234 [ISBN: 978-1-108-49245-4], pp. 763-766
      • Francisco J. Andrés Santos

       

      • Daniel L. Dreisbach & Mark David Hall (eds.), Great Christian jurists in American history, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019, XXII + pp. 336, £99,99 [ISBN: 978-1-108-47535-8], pp. 767-768
      • Fernando Hernández Fradejas

       

      • Diccionario jurídico bizantino griego-español. Sobre la base de la Introducción al derecho del patriarca Focio y de las Novelas de León VI el Sabio, redacción y coordinación de Juan Signes Codoñer, José-Domingo Rodríguez Martín y Francisco Javier Andrés Santos, Granada: Comares, 2018, pp. 632 [ISBN: 978-84-9045-789-4], pp. 769-771
      • Álex Corona Encinas

       

      • Giuseppe Mecca, Il governo rappresentativo. Cultura politica, sfera pubblica e diritto costituzionale nell’Italia del XIX secolo, Macerata Edizioni Università di Macerata (EUM), Biblioteca del Giornale di Storia costituzionale, 2019, 240 pp. [ISBN 978-88-6056-623-2], pp. 772-776
      • Belinda Rodríguez Arrocha

       

      • Bernardo Bayona Aznar, Pactismo y Teocracia. Las dos caras del pensamiento político de Francesc Eiximenis, Madrid: Tecnos, 2019, pp. 237 [ISBN: 978-84-309-7792-5], pp. 777-778
      • Fernando Hernández Fradejas

       

      • Manuel Ángel Bermejo Castrillo (ed.), La memoria del jurista español. Estudios, Madrid: Dykinson, 2020, pp. 416 [ISBN: 978-84-1324-413-6], pp. 779-780
      • Álex Corona Encinas

       

      • Modesto Barcia Lago, LA ARENA VISCOSA DEL FORO: El mundo de la justicia ante el espejo de la sátira, Madrid: Ed. Dykinson (Colección Monografías de Derecho romano y Cultura clásica), 2020, pp. 303 [ISBN: 978-84-1324-546-1], pp. 781-784
      • María José Bravo Bosch

       

      • George L. Priest, The rise of law and economics: an intellectual history, Abingdon- New York: Routledge, 2020, XII + pp. 118 [ISBN: 978-0-367-33938-8], pp. 785-786
      • Fernando Hernández Fradejas

       

      • Richard J. Dougherty (ed.), Augustine’s political thought. Rochester studies in medieval political thought, 2, Woodbridge: Boydell & Brewer Ltd., 2019, IX + pp. 290 [ISBN: 978-1580469241], pp. 787-788
      • Álex Corona Encinas

       

      • Beatriz García Fueyo, Amador Rodríguez Salamanca, creador de la categoría jurídica “concurso de acreedores” (1570-c. 1622), Oviedo: Servicio de Publicaciones, Universidad de Oviedo, 2019 [ISBN 978-84-16343-82-9], pp. 789-792
      • Juan Alfredo Obarrio Moreno

       

      • Jörg Alejandro Tellkamp (ed.), A companion to Early Modern Spanish imperial political and social thought, Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2020, X + pp. 376 [ISBN: 978-9004412798], pp. 793-795
      • Fernando Hernández Fradejas

       

        NEWS

        • Nuevos catedráticos y profesores titulares de Historia del Derecho y de las Instituciones, p. 796
        • Fernando Hernández Fradejas
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            • Dolores Guillot Aliaga (1960-2019): Requiescat in pace, pp. 797-801
            • Aniceto Masferrer
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                • Enrique Gómez Royo: In Memoriam, pp. 802-804
                • Juan Alfredo Obarrio Moreno
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                    • I Congreso de la Sociedad Española de Historia del Derecho, 14-15 May 2020, p. 805
                    • Fernando Hernández Fradejas
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                        • 6th European Society for Comparative Legal History Biennial Conference, 1-3 July 2020 p. 806
                        • Fernando Hernández Fradejas
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                            • 2020 Annual Meeting of the American Society of Comparative Law, 15-16 October 2020, pp. 807-808
                            • Fernando Hernández Fradejas
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                                • 2020 Annual Meeting of the American Society for Legal History, 13-14 November 2020, pp. 809-810
                                • Fernando Hernández Fradejas
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                                    • Concesión del Premio Internacional «Galileo Galilei», en su LVIII edición, al profesor Carlos Manuel Petit Calvo, p. 811
                                    • Fernando Hernández Fradejas