Gabriele Fattori is Full Professor at the Law School of University of Foggia (Italy), where he is Director of the Master in Security and where he teaches Italian Church and State relations, Canon Law and, Religious freedom and Security. He collaborate with the Center of Religious Studies (ISR) of the Bruno Kessler Foundation. He obtained a Phd from the University of Urbino and graduated from the Gratianus programme on law and religion at the University of Paris XI. He has conducted research and held teaching appointments at the Universities of Siena, Macerata and Genova. His most recent publication is: Diritto Costituzionale della religione (Giappichelli, 2018). Among his research interests: Church-State relationships in Europe, history of canon law, civil and canon marriage law, bio-ethics law, property and taxation aspects of Church-State relations, criminal law and religion. He is a member of the editorial board of the journal “Quaderni di diritto e politica ecclesiastica” and of the scientific committee of “Studi urbinati”.
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