This integrative course of Canon Law and Sociology of Law aimed at deepening the theme of religious pluralism in close relation with the changes of law generated by the crisis of the State as a source of law. It provides students with the fundamental conceptual and legal tools to address the issue of religious and cultural diversity in a plural society.
Expected learning outcomes
- Knowledge and understanding of the main sociological and legal questions posed by the multicultural evolution of our societies. - Ability to reflect in an interdisciplinary way. - Independence in the analysis of the cases treated and in the identification of the solutions applicable to them. - Communication skills, argumentative consistency, and an adequate command of the terminology.
The course analyses the relationship between religious pluralism and localism of rights from the women's point of view, focusing on these issues: Religious communities Religion and International Protection Religious Authorities Repudiation Divorce
Prerequisites for admission
No preliminary knowledge is required.
Lectures, reading and class discussion of cases. Participation of experts and use of documentary materials.
Material will be provided during the course.
Assessment methods and Criteria
Students must attend the class meetings. The exam will be oral and will focus on the analysis of case law. The evaluation is expressed with "approved/not approved".