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The Committee for the National Edition of Aldo Moro’s Works has been established by the Italian Ministry for the Cultural Endowment, Cultural Activities and Tourism, with a Ministerial Decree dated November 15, 2016 and was installed on December 6, 2016.

As its first goal the Committee has to provide a critical, philologically sure and annotated edition of Moro’s published and unpublished texts, with historical introductions to them. Moreover the National Edition of Aldo Moro’s Works will have three other major features:

  1. it will be implemented in digital (on a platform provided by Il Mulino Editions) in order to make the outcome, not only universally accessible, but also searchable with complex procedures (Bruno Kessler Foundation); 
  2. it will be the first National Edition to propose written texts (for what concerns Moro’s speeches and interviews) and audio and/or visual documents in an integrated way, by inserting links to the audio-visual sources related to the same event or occasion;
  3. it will devote a special attention to the internationalization of the results, foreseeing key words also in English and a guide to orient the International public, also listing which ones among Moro’s works are available in foreign languages.

The work will be articulated in three sections:

Section I – Writings and speeches, articulated in four volumes, devoted to the religious, journalistic and political writings of Moro, according to an essentially biographical sequence;

Section II – Juridical works, articulated in four volumes and devoted to the juridical works, that is those of an Academic character that Moro published as a lecturer and then as docent-at-large and finally as full professor of Criminal Law, and as professor of the courses of Philosophy of Law , according to a chronological articulation;

Section III – Correspondence, still to be structured and devoted to the epistolary, both personal and political.


Plan of publication

The first two sections will require, as estimated, three years of activity. The third section will require a longer span of time.


Section I – Writings and speeches
1. The Early Years (1932-1946), edited by Tomino Crociata and Paolo Trionfini
2. The Period of Dossetti and Iniziativa Democratica (1946-1958), edited by Ugo De Siervo and Enrico Galavotti
3. The Center-Left Coalition (1959-1968), edited by Leopoldo Nuti e Paolo Pombeni
3.a. Book I: Secretary of the Christian Democratic Party 1959-1963)
3.b. Book II: The First Center- Left Coalition (1964-1968)
4. The Last Phase, edited by Guido Formigoni and Agostino Giovagnoli

Section II – Juridical works
1. The First Monographs (1939-1942), edited by Luciano Eusebi
2. The Lecture Notes on Philosophy of Law (1941-1947), edited by Nicola Antonetti
3. The Post-War Monographs (1947-1951)
4. The Lessons of Institutions of Criminal Law and Procedure, edited by Francesco Carlo Palazzo

Section III – Correspondence (yet to be structured)


Scientific Commission

President: Renato Moro
Secretary/Bursar: Luigi Mandolesi
Alfonso Alfonsi, Giuliano Amato, Nicola Antonetti, Piero Craveri, Ugo De Siervo, Luciano Eusebi, Guido Formigoni, Enrico Galavotti, Marina Giannetto, Agostino Giovagnoli, Francesco Malgeri, Alberto Melloni, Leopoldo Nuti, Francesco Carlo Palazzo, Paolo Pombeni, Maria Salvati, Francesco Traniello, Paolo Trionfini, Giuseppe Vacca.

For further information:
Prof. Renato Moro
Address: Dipartimento di Scienze Politiche, Via G. Chiabrera, 199 – 00145 ROMA
e-mail: renato.moro@uniroma3.it
Tel: + 39 06 57335325