Francesco MANCUSO Curriculum

Graduated summa cum laude in Philosophy at University of Salerno (a.a. 1990-91), Francesco Mancuso (1969) obtained a PhD in Ethics and Political and Legal Philosophy and was qualified as a Philosophy teacher in high schools. He also awarded a two-year fellowship in Legal Theory cofinanced by EU. From 2001 to 2005 he was Assistant Professor in Legal Theory; from 2002 to 2009 he holds the chair of Theory of interpretation at Department of Law (University of Salerno). Since 2005 he is Associate Professor of Legal Theory and History of Political Institutions at Department of Law, University of Salerno. He is member of Scientific Committees of "Rivista di Biodiritto" and of “Collana dei Quaderni del Laboratorio Hans Kelsen” (Mimesis ed.). He is also the Local Coordinator of Cultural and Scientific Cooperation Agreement between the University of Salerno (Laboratorio Hans Kelsen) and Université Paris 1 Sorbonne (NoSoPhi). His main research interest are in bioethics, history of legal and political concepts, philosophy of public (domestic and international) law.
According to ASN (National Scientific Habilitation) prof. Mancuso has received the habilitation for full professorship in Philosophy of Law (y. 2013)