CULTURAL HERITAGE LEGISLATION
Learning outcomes of the course unit
The course seeks to introduce students to fundamental concepts and notions in the discipline of Cultural Heritage Legislation. Particular attention will be dedicated to the evolution of the regulatory framework for the protection and enhancement of cultural heritage since the pre-unification states up to the most recent legislation introduced by the Cultural Heritage Code of 2004 and subsequent amendments (legislative decrees 156 del 2006 e 62 del 2008).
Course contents summary
Among the specific topics covered: constitutional principles and institutions in the field of administrative law that govern it, the concept of cultural heritage, their identification (check and statement of cultural heritage), discipline concerning the limits of their circulation and finally the issues of conservation/protection of cultural heritage, the enjoyment (individual and collective) of cultural heritage and promotion (of prevailing regional jurisdiction) of the property of the cultural heritage.
For those students who attend the course the examination will be on: ALBERTO ROCCELLA, Legislazione dei beni culturali, Bottega del libro, Parma 2011;FABIO MERUSI, Ragionevolezza e discrezionalità amministrativa, Editoriale Scientifica, Napoli 2011;FABIO MERUSI, Pubblico e privato e qualche dubbio di costituzionalità nello statuto dei beni culturali, in Dir. Amm., 1/2007, 1-13 (photocopies are available from the Department). Finally, for an historical contextualization of the topics of the cultural heritage programme - but highly critical - and for its literary value, knowledge based on textbooks should be integrated with the reading of SAVATORE SETTIS, Italia S.p.A. L’assalto al patrimonio culturale, Piccola Biblioteca Einaudi, Torino 2007. For those students who do not attend the course or for those students who wish to deepen the knowledge, the examination will be on: CARLA BARBATI, MARCO CAMMELLI, GIROLAMO SCIULLO (a cura di), Diritto e gestione dei beni culturali, il Mulino, Bologna 2011. Students may also use the Code of the cultural heritage available at www.aedon.mulino.it
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