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

Dolores Guillot Aliaga (1960-2019): Requiescat in pace, pp. 797-801

Aniceto Masferrer

Enrique Gómez Royo: In Memoriam, pp. 802-804

Juan Alfredo Obarrio Moreno

I Congreso de la Sociedad Española de Historia del Derecho, 14-15 May 2020, p. 805

Fernando Hernández Fradejas

6th European Society for Comparative Legal History Biennial Conference, 1-3 July 2020 p. 806

Fernando Hernández Fradejas

2020 Annual Meeting of the American Society of Comparative Law, 15-16 October 2020, pp. 807-808

Fernando Hernández Fradejas

2020 Annual Meeting of the American Society for Legal History, 13-14 November 2020, pp. 809-810

Fernando Hernández Fradejas

Concesión del Premio Internacional «Galileo Galilei», en su LVIII edición, al profesor Carlos Manuel Petit Calvo, p. 811

Fernando Hernández Fradejas