From December 4 until December 8, Luiss University Press partners with the national festival of small and medium-sized publishing houses, Più libri Più liberi, at the La Nuvola Conference Center. LUP also has a stand (N24 - N26) to host events dedicated to the theme of Europe and identity.
The first, held on December 4, in the Sala Sirio, entitled What Does it Mean to Feel European? Is a Common Identity Really Necessary? is moderated by Marco Valerio Lo Prete with Sergio Fabbrini, Director of the Department of Political Science, Carlo Bastasin Professor at the Luiss School of European Political Economy (SEP) and Angelo Panebianco.
On December 5, in the Sala Sirio, LUP hosts a dialogue entitled Does a Common Idea Create Union? Questions on Shared Ethics between Sebastiano Maffettone, Luiss Professor of Political Philosophy and Director of the Ethos Observatory, and Luciano Violante, moderated by the Director of il Messaggero Virman Cusenza.
Finally, on December 6, the Sala Sirio hosts a debate on Constitution, Parliament and European Identity: Which Instruments Create Union? moderated by Roberto Sommella with Andrea Manzella, Professor of Constitutional Law and President of the Luiss Centre for Parliamentary Studies (CESP), Nicola Lupo, Professor of Elected Assemby Law and CESP Director, Romano Ferrari Zumbini, Professor of the History of Law and Giovanni Legnini.
Students who present Luiss badge can participate in the fair at a reduced rate on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.