La internacionalització del saber jurídic entre el vuit-cents i el nou-cents

Project Details

Description

This research deals with the presence of legal doctrines and thinkers in both western legal cultures (civil law and common law) as means of an international exchange movement (19th-20th centuries). The following aspects are underlined: a) analysis of reception processes (i.e. European codes as pattern for the American codification movement; American experience on uniform laws and its intellectual presence in Europe); b) case studies of some relevant figures in the international network of scientific contacts (i.e. European legal thinkers as visiting professors in American universities; American presence on European Festschriften); c) some preliminary work to establish a catalog of legal translations, especially into Spanish.
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date27/07/9427/07/97

Funding

  • Dirección General de Investigación Científica y Técnica (DGICYT)

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