The course aims to allow the student to acquire skills and knowledge in the disciplinary field of the cultural heritage law, so as to be able to operate both within private companies in the sector and within public institutions. In particular, the objective is that the student can acquire: - knowledge and ability to directly understand the legislation applicable to the sector, through direct reading and commenting on the applicable rules; - ability to use the knowledge thus acquired in the context of their future work experiences, also through the examination of practical cases; - ability to draw conclusions with respect to new cases that may arise in his experience, through the construction of models and case studies; - communication skills, which include the ability to transmit to the interlocutors, first in the context of the study and subsequently in the professional experiences, the knowledge thus acquired regarding the rules of production, processing and marketing of food products; - ability to learn also for the future. The course aims to make the student acquire an adequate knowledge of the discipline in force today, but also the ability to know directly the changes that this discipline will have in the future.
Part I. Preliminary remarks - 14 h I.1. The legal system and the law. - I.2. The sources of law and the mechanisms of interpretation. - I.3. The administrative organization. - I.4. Administrative law and the notion of public administration in national and EU legal systems. - I.5. The procedure and the proceedings; negotiation tools Part II. Cultural heritage - 26 h II.1. The constitutional principles of cultural heritage. II.2. Cultural heritage: notion and characteristics - II.3. The legal nature of cultural goods. - II.4. Administrative functions: protection. - II.6. Administrative functions: enhancement, management and use. - II.7. Administrative functions: enhancement, management and use. - II.8. The administrative organization of cultural heritage. Central administrations. - II.9. The administrative organization of cultural heritage. Decentralized administrations. - II.10. Landscape. Notion. - II.11. Landscape. Planning and constraints. Part III. The global dimension - 8 h III.1. The legal globalization of cultural heritage. - III.2. Unesco sites.
Mandatory Textbook C. Barbati – M. Cammelli – L. Casini – G. Piperata – G. Sciullo, Diritto del patrimonio culturale (Cultural heritage law), II ed., Il Mulino, Bologna, 2020, Prleiminary remarks and Chapter I-II-III-IV-V Optional S. Cassese - S. Battini – C. Franchini – R. Perez – G. Vesperini, Manuale di diritto pubblico (Public law Textbook), V ed., Giuffrè, Milano, 2014, Chapter 1-2-3-4-24-31 L. Casini, La globalizzazione giuridica dei beni culturali (globalization of cultural heritage), in Aedon 3/2012 www.aedon.mulino.it
Dates of beginning and end of teaching activities
From 03/10/2022 to 13/01/2023
Objectives of the course
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