work in progress


Giuliani, A., Three paradigms of legal history: F. K. von Savigny, H. Kantorowicz and P. Glenn

Giuliani, A., The age of presumptions. A study of Jacopo Menochio’s De praesumptionibus (1587)



Wiener realism and its transformations: Vienna, America and post-War Europe

Eastern Europe and the legal historian. Changing images of the Eastern legal tradition: Roman law, canon law, Pandektism and anti-Pandektism

Legal humanism and us. Bartoliens and Cujaciens in Jacques Berriat-Saint-Prix’ Histoire du droit romain, suivie de l’histoire de Cujas (1821)

Hermann Kantorowicz as a philosopher of language

Ius commune europaeum and the crisis of legal science, 1930-60

What a legal historian can learn from the neo-Thomist revival of John Poinstot’s Tractatus de Signis (1632-34)